International scientific articles:
Scarinci, R., Markov, I., and Bierlaire, M. 2017. Network design of a transport system based on accelerating moving walkways. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 80, 310-328.
Scarinci, R., Rast, F., and Bierlaire, M., 2017. Needed reduction in mobility energy consumption to meet
the goal of a 2000-watt society. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 101, 133–148.
Scarinci R., Bahrami F., Ourednik A., and Bierlaire M., 2017. An exploration of moving walkways as a
transport system in urban centers. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 17(2), 191−206.
Jeanbart C., Bierlaire M, Scarinci R, Molyneaux N. 2018. Network design of moving walkways in transportation hubs.
Rojanawisut B., Scarinci R. 2015, Optimisation of the network design of a futuristic transport system based on accelerated moving walkways.
Petit A. Scarinci R., 2016. Accelerating moving walkways as a transport mode of the future: system optimization and management.
Luthi R., Scarinci R., 2015. Implementation of a futuristic transport system based on accelerated moving walkways: optimization on a real case study.
Lopez G., Scarinci R., 2014. Optimisation of the network design of a futuristic transport system based on moving walkways.
Scarinci R., Markov I., Bierlaire M., 2016. Network design of a transport system based on accelerating
moving walkways. Triennial Symposium on Transportation Analysis TRISTAN IX, 12-17/06/2016
Oranjestad, Aruba. Green Transportation Award.
Scarinci R., Bahrami F., Ourednik A., Bierlaire M., 2015. Moving walkways: from a past science-fiction
transport system to future reality. The Future of Mobilities: Flows, Transport and Communication. Joint
conference of the International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility (T2M) and
the Cosmobilities Network, 14-17/09/2015, Caserta, Italy.
Scarinci R., Markov I., Bierlaire M., 2015. Accelerating Moving Walkways: Optimization of an Innovative
Transport System for Dense Urban Areas. 4th Symposium of the European Association for Research in
Transportation hEART, 9-11/09/2015, Copenhagen, Denmark.
eWALK is based on a solid methodology recognized by the scientific community.