Philipp holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mobility and Transportation (Transportation Engineering) from Technical University Braunschweig and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Transportation Systems at Technical University Munich (TUM). Next to his studies, he gained practical experience at mobility and analytic departments of BMW Group and Deutsche Bahn and further worked at the Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control (TUM) as student assistant. His areas of expertise include microscopic traffic simulation, pedestrian flow simulation and intelligent transportation systems.
Philipp is currently working as a research assistant at TUMCREATE and is meanwhile writing his Master’s Thesis. His work focuses mainly on traffic control and microscopic traffic simulation. He is responsible for developing collaborative prioritization measures for autonomous public transport systems. The development involves modelling and calibrating microscopic traffic simulation, developing and implementing control algorithms as well as testing and evaluating the control measures.