Nikolaos Geroliminis

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Full Professor +41 21 693 24 81

Citizenship: Greek

Birth date: 24.04.1980

GC C2 383 (Bâtiment GC)
Station 18
CH-1015 Lausanne

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GC A2 425 (Bâtiment GC)
Station 18
CH-1015 Lausanne

CM 2 274 (Centre Midi)
Station 10
CH-1015 Lausanne

CH A1 375 (Bâtiment CH)
Station 6
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Teaching & PhD


Civil Engineering

Humanities and Social Sciences Program

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Architecture and Sciences of the City

Doctoral Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering

Doctoral program in robotics, control, and intelligent systems


Traffic engineering

Introduce the major elements of transportation systems and traffic engineering-Develop analytical and technical skills in applying the fundamentals of the transport field-Understand the key concepts and physics of the transport phenomena- Connect with real transportation problems and data analytics

Program: MINEUR

Transportation economics

The scope of the lecture is to provide the basic concepts in transport economics and introduce new ones for private and public transport and environmental issues. Demand, supply, welfare analysis and regulation will be illustrated.

Program: Section of Civil Engineering

Fundamentals of traffic operations and control

The objectives of this course are to present the major elements of traffic operations and to develop basic skills in applying the fundamentals of traffic analysis and control. Students should be able to start applying these skills to model different aspects of congestion in urban systems.

Program: Section of Civil Engineering

Global issues: mobility B

Human and freight mobility in large cities is a complex process with dense population and many transport modes to compete for limited space. New emerging modes of transport, such as on-demand services, and new technologies, such as autonomous vehicles, create additional opportunities and challenges.

Program: Humanities and Social Sciences Program