Elżbieta MACIOSZEK, PhD, DSc, Assoc. Prof.

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Room number: 004B                                                
Phone number: 32-6034392; 32-6034150

E-mail adress: elzbieta.macioszek@polsl.pl

Research and scientific interest:

  • road traffic engineering
  • roads and intersections capacity analyzing
  • measurements, researches and traffic flow forecasts
  • transport infrastructure
  • functional analysis
  • transport systems and processes modeling

More information about research areas PhD. DSc. Ing. Elżbieta Macioszek can be found in database Bazie Ekspertów Politechniki Śląskiej (in Polish).

Courses conducted:

  • Basics of Traffic Engineering
  • Transport Infrastructure
  • Elements of Road Transport Designing
  • Transport Systems Designing
  • Modeling and Simulation of Transport Processes (doctoral studies)
  • Theory of Systems and Transport Processes Optimization (doctoral studies)
  • Statistics and data analysis (doctoral studies)

Important publications:

  1. Macioszek E.: Modele Przepustowości Wlotów Skrzyżowań Typu Rondo w Warunkach Wzorcowych. Open Access Library, Volume 3 (21) (2013) 1-260 (Models of Traffic Capacity in Roundabout Inlets in Ideal Conditions).
  2. Macioszek E., Akçelik R.: A Comparison of Two Roundabout Capacity Models. Paper for presentation at the 5th International Roundabout Conference. Transportation Research Board, Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA, 8-10 May 2017. Proceedings for 5th International Conference on Roundabouts.
  3. Macioszek E., Sierpiński G.: Recent Advances in Traffic Engineering for Transport Networks and Systems. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems 21. 14th Scientific and Technical Conference „Transport Systems. Theory & Practice 2017”. Selected Papers. Katowice, Poland, September 18-20, 2017. Springer International Publishing 2018.
  4. Macioszek E.: The comparison of models for follow-up headway at roundabouts. [in:] E. Macioszek, G. Sierpiński (eds.) Recent Advances in Traffic Engineering for Transport Networks and Systems. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems 21. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2018, p. 16-26.
  5. Macioszek E.: First and last mile delivery – problems and issues. [in:] G. Sierpiński (ed.) Advanced Solutions of Transport Systems for Growing Mobility. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 631. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2018, p. 147-154.
  6. Macioszek E., Staniek M., Sierpiński G.: Analysis of trends in development of freight transport logistics using the example of Silesian Province (Poland) – a case study. 20th EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting, EWGT 2017. Transportation Research Procedia 2017.
  7. Macioszek E., Czerniakowski M.: Road traffic safety-related changes introduced on T. Kościuszki and Królowej Jadwigi Streets in Dąbrowa Górnicza between 2006 and 2015. Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport. Volume 96, 2017, p. 95-104.
  8. Macioszek E., Sierpiński G. (eds.) Contemporary Challenges of Transport Systems and Traffic Engineering. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems 2. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017.
  9. Macioszek E.: Analysis of Significance of Differences Between Psychotechnical Parameters for Drivers at the Entries to One-lane and Turbo Roundabouts in Poland. [w:] G. Sierpiński (ed.) Intelligent Transport Systems and Travel Behaviour. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 505. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017, p. 149-161.
  10. Macioszek E.: The Comparison of Models for Critical Headways Estimation at Roundabouts. [in:] E. Macioszek, G. Sierpiński (eds.) Contemporary Challenges of Transport Systems and Traffic Engineering. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems 2. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017, p. 205-219.
  11. Macioszek E., Sierpiński G., Staniek M., Celiński : Transport Planning Organisation and Management. Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’17). Barcelona, Spain 2017, p. 122-1-122-8.
  12. Macioszek E., Sierpiński G., Staniek M., Celiński : Smarter and Greener City by Using Travel Planners to Inform and Educate People – Recommendations Under the Green Travelling Project. Winter Conference 2016: „New Pressures on Cities and Regions”. Regional Studies Association. The Global Forum for City and Regional Research. Development and Policy, London, UK 2016.
  13. Macioszek E.: The Application of HCM 2010 in the Determination of Capacity of Traffic Lanes at Turbo Roundabout Entries. Transport Problems, Vol. 11, issue 3, 2016, p. 77-89.
  14. Macioszek E.: The Road Safety at Turbo Roundabouts in Poland. The Archives of Transport, Volume 33, Issue 1, 2015, p. 57-67
  15. Macioszek E.: Relationship between Vehicle Stream in the Circular Roadway of a One-Lane Roundabout and Traffic Volume on the Roundabout at Peak Hour. J. Mikulski (Ed.): Transport Systems Telematic 2014. CCIS 471, pp. 110–119, 2014. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2014.

Additional information:

– author and co-author of more than 150 domestic and foreign publications
– participant in projects related to transport, co-author of expert opinions and studies commissioned by public authorities and entities carrying out public tasks
– participant in the international grant (CIII-RS-0603-02-1213-M-65564) for the scientific internship in University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences in Croatia entitled “Traffic, Transportation and Logistics Development for Achieving Sustainable Competitive Advantage (TransLog4ComAd)”

– author of lectures in the field of transport, transport infrastructure, traffic engineering and modeling of transport systems and processes conducted at foreign universities, among others in:

  • 2011 r. – Technological Education Institute of Pireaus. Tourism Management Departament. Pireaus, Greece,
  • 2012 r. – Karel De Grote-Hogeschool, Katholieke Hogeschool Antwerpen, Industrial Science and Technology Departament. Antwerp, Belgium,
  • 2013 r. – Vilnius University of Applied Engineering Science. Vilnius, Lithuania,
  • 2013 r. – University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences. Zagreb, Croatia,
  • 2014 r. – Ecole Superieure d’Ingenieurs en Informatique et Genie des Telecommunications (ESIGETEL). Laboratoire Informatique Distributee et Temps Reel. Villejuif, France,
  • 2015 r. – University of Pisa, Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering. Pisa, Italy,
  • 2016 r. – University of Szeged. Szeged, Hungary,
  • 2017 r. – Polytechnic of Sibenik, Faculty of Transport. Sibenik, Croatia,
  • 2018 r. – Sapienza University (Università degli Studi di Roma „La Sapienza”), Department of Civil, Building and Environmental Engineering (DICEA). Rome, Italy.

– lecturer on refresher and training courses organized by the Transport Systems and Traffic Engineering Department at Faculty of Transport at Silesian University of Technology, on post-graduate studies and doctoral studies in the transport discipline organized at the Faculty of Transport of the Silesian University of Technology

Honors and scientific awards:

  • 2008 r. – individual award of the Rector of the Silesian University of Technology IIIrd degree for scientific achievements
  • 2009 r. – team award from the Rector of the Silesian University of Technology IInd degree for the organizational achievements
  • 2011 r. – team award from the Rector of the Silesian University of Technology IInd degree for the organizational achievements
  • 2012 r. – team award from the Rector of the Silesian University of Technology IInd degree for the organizational achievements
  • 2016 r. – individual award of the Rector of the Silesian University of Technology IIIrd degree for scientific achievements
  • 2017 r. – team award of the Rector of the Silesian University of Technology IIIrd degree for scientific achievements