On April 23, 2021, the Transport and Telecommunication Institute held the 39th Research and Academic Conference “Research and Technology – Step into the Future” (RaTSiF-2021) This year, the conference was divided into 5 sessions, in which young scientists engaged in research in the field of technical and social sciences presented 42 abstracts. Within the framework […]
TSI opens a grant competition to support potential doctoral students in their research endeavours. Priority research areas for receiving the grants: Artificial Intelligence for Traffic Flow predictions or AI for real time traffic management Computer Vision (for Road Traffic Analysis, etc…) Aviation: Digitalization Processes and Digital Twins A grant fully covers the tuition fee for […]
The Best among Private Research Institutes in the International Evaluation of Latvian Scientific Institutions
The latest International Evaluation of Latvian Scientific Institutions, commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Science (MES) and carried out by foreign experts involved by Tehnopolis, shows significant progress compared to the previous period (until 2013) in the country as a whole. The results of this assessment are public and you can find them here. […]
We are pleased to inform you that book of selected Papers from 20th International Conference on Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication (RelStat’20) has been published in the Springer Lecture Notes in Network and Systems. Book is available HERE Congratulation to all authors with the publication!
This year, the 20th International Multidisciplinary Conference “Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication” (RelStat-20) was held remotely, but despite this, all the participants performed and, on many works active discussions flared up. In this anniversary year, the conference organizing committee also held two competitions. 1) Competition for Best Paper by Young Researchers. We are […]
TSI Researchers continue to be in the top! This time, a new paper of TSI researcher, Dr. Dmitry Pavlyuk, has been published in a peer-reviewed open access journal Algorithms (ISSN 1999-4893). The paper is titled “Transfer Learning: Video Prediction and Spatiotemporal Urban Traffic Forecasting” and devoted to transferring of video prediction models into urban traffic forecasting context. Taking […]