Higher degree by research students
Sch Natural & Built Environments
Telephone: +618 8302 1837
1986-1992 University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Transportation and Communication.
Completed a Postgraduate Diploma Course in Transport Systems Engineering at the University of South Australia in 1997 and started working as a Traffic Operations Engineer at the Metropolitan Region of Transport SA in Adelaide.
Commenced working for the Transport Systems Centre at the UniSA in November 2000 as a Research Assistant.
Completed a Master Degree Course in Transport Systems Engineering in 2006.
His expertise is in the field of traffic modelling especially in the use of PARAMICS, AIMSUN, SIDRA, SCATES and CUBE(formerly Trips) software.
Currently working for UniSA as a Research Associate.
Linking macro level strategic transport forecasting models and traffic microsimulation models to enhance transportation analysis process.
Traditional strategic level transport models based on static network equilibrium are still widely used tool in Transportation analysis despite their inability to deal with many important aspects of dynamic traffic behaviour. When the need arises to gain more detailed view of transport networks and individual vehicle interaction then microsimulation modelling is used instead. Both, macro and micro, level modelling have their advantages over the other and it will continue to play important role in transportation modelling. Thus, linking strategic and micro level models would enable consistent data exchange and increase cost-effectiveness of development, application and maintenance of such models.
Holyoak, N, Stazic, B (2009). Benefits of Linking Macro-Demand Forecasting Models and Microsimulation Models. ITE Journal, Vol. 79 (10), Institute of Transportation Engineers, Washington, DC, USA
Zhang, K, Stazic, B and Taylor, M A P (2008). Simulation of travellers’ dynamic response to real time traffic information. Road Traffic: Safety, Modeling, and Impacts, Nova Science Publishers: New York
Stazic, B (2007) Customising vehicle attributes for road traffic microsimulation modelling, In Zupancic, B, Karba, R and Blazic, S (eds) Proceedings of the 6th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation 9-13 September 2007, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (ARGESIM, Vienna University of Technology).
Zhang K, Woolley J E, Stazic B (2007) An effective tool for advanced traveller’s information systems, State of Australian Cities (SOAC) 2007 Conference, Adelaide
Stazic, B (2006) The Development of Custom Vehicle Fleet Profiles for Traffic Microsimulation Modelling, Master Thesis, School of Natural and Built Environments, University of South Australia, Adelaide.
Stazic, B, Taylor, MAP, Woolley, J (2005) Traffic Microsimulation of Adelaide CBD road network, Intelligent Vehicles and Road Infrastructure Conference IVRI05, University of Melbourne, 16-17 February
Taylor, M A P, Stazic, B and Woolley, J E (2005). Road traffic microsimulation as a tool for local government, Proc Adelaide International Public Works Conference, August, Adelaide CD-ROM (Institute of Public Works Engineering: Sydney)
Stazic, B, Taylor, MAP, Vogiatzis, N (2004) Microsimulation Case Studies - Transport Systems Centre, Workshop on Traffic Simulation: University of Queensland
Stazic, B, Woolley, J, Vogiatzis, N (2004) Traffic Microsimulation of ITS Implementations in CBD Road Networks, Workshop on Traffic Simulation: University of Queensland
Woolley, J E, Dyson C B, Taylor M A P, Zito R and Stazic, B (2002). Impacts of lower speed limits in South Australia, IATTS RESEARCH, 26(2).
Regular Member of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS)