Journal Publications:
    1. C. Rudloff, M. Leodolter: Personalization of Routing Services – User Classification as a Method to Overcome the Colds Start Problem for Personalized Models. Accepted for Publication in Transportation Research Record, (2017).(pdf)
    2. P. Campigotto, C. Rudloff, M. Leodolter, D. Bauer: Personalized and situation-aware multimodal route recommendations: the FAVOUR algorithm,  IEEE Transactions on ITS, (2017), Vol. 18 (1), 92-102.
    3. C. Rudloff, D. Bauer, M. Leodolter, R. Auer, W. Brög, K. Kehnscherper: Influence of Weather on Transport Demand: A Case Study from the Vienna Region, Transportation Research Record, (2015), Vol. 2482, 110 - 116(pdf)
    4. C. Rudloff, B. Lackner: Modeling Demand for Bicycle Sharing Systems – Neighboring Stations as a Source for Demand and a Reason for Structural Breaks. Transportation Research Record (2014), Vol.2430, 1-11.(pdf)
    5. T. Eiter, T. Krennwallner, M. Prandtstetter, C. Rudloff, P. Schneider, M. Straub: Semantically Enriched Multi-Modal Routing. International Journal of Intelligent Transport Systems Research (2014), 1-16.
    6. C. Rudloff, R. Schönauer, M. Fellendorf: Comparing a calibrated shared space simulation model to real life data. Transportation Research Record (2013),  Vol. 2390, 44-52.
    7. R. Kölbl, D. Bauer, C. Rudloff: Travel Behavior And E-mobility In Germany: Is the problem the driving range or the costs or both? Transportation Research Record (2013), Vol. 2385, 45-52. (link)
    8. R. Schönauer, M. Stubenschrott, W. Huang, C. Rudloff, M. Fellendorf: Modeling concepts for mixed traffic: Steps towards a microscopic simulation tool for shared space zones. Transportation Research Record (2012), Vol. 2316, 114-121. (link)
    9. A. Taudes, C. Rudloff: Integrating Inventory Control and a Price Change in the Presence of Reference Price Effects. Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, (2012), Vol. 75(1), 29-65. (link)
    10. O.Roider, C. Rudloff, M. Ray: An individualized travel information system for optimizing mode and route choice behavior of commuter. Procedia, (2012), Vol. 48, 1948-1975. (link)
    11. C. Rudloff, T. Matyus, S. Seer, D. Bauer: Can walking behavior be predicted? An analysis of the calibration and fit of pedestrian models. Transportation Research Record (2011), Vol. 2264, 101-109. (link)
    12. L. Gimpl- Heersink, C. Rudloff, M. Fleischmann, A. Taudes: Integrated pricing an inventory management – is it worth the effort? BuR, (2008), Vol. 1(1), 106-123 (pdf)
    13. C. Rudloff, A. E. Zalesski: On multiplicity one eigenvalues of elements in irreducible representations of finite quasi-simple groups. J. Group Theory, (2007), Vol. 10(5), 585-612 (pdf)
    Conference Proceedings:
    • C. Rudloff: Using technology assisted surveying to improve the choice modeling for traffic simulations. Submitted to Transportation Research Arena 2018.
    • M. Straub, C. Rudloff, A.Graser, C. Kloimüllner, G. Raidl, M. Pajones, F. Beyer: Semi-Automated Location Planning for Urban Bike-Sharing Systems. Submitted to Transportation Research Arena 2018.
    • C. Rudloff, K. Markvica, M. Wunsch: Capturing potential for active mobility: A multi-level survey analysis incorporating associated meanings. Submitted to Transportation Research Arena 2018.
    • C. Rudloff, M. Straub, M. Leodolter: Applications for Road Popularity Measures: Infrastructure Evaluation and Route Choice Modelling for Cyclists. Accepted for presentation at the Scientists for Cycling Colloquium, Velo-city 2017, Nijmegen.
    • M. Leodolter, C. Rudloff: Learning mobility profiles: an application as personalised weather warning system. presented at Semantics 2015, Vienna, Austria.
    • S. Seer, C. Rudloff, T. Matyus, N. Brändle: Validating Social-Force Based Models with Comprehensive  Real World Motion Data.Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 2, 2014, Pages 724-732
    • R. Schönauer, G. Richter, M. Straub, C. Rudloff, M. Dragaschnig: Red or Green: Identifying Patterns in Traffic Signal through Cyclists GPS Tracks. Presented at the TRB 93rd Annual Meeting 2014, Washington DC, USA. (pdf)
    • C. Schneider, C. Rudloff, D. Bauer, M. Gonzalez: Daily travel behavior: Lessons from a week-long survey for the extraction of human mobility motifs from mobile phone data. Presented at the 2nd ACM SIGKDD International Workshop on Urban Computing (UrbComp) 2013, Chicago, IL, USA.(pdf)
    • T. Eiter, T. Krennwallner, M. Prandtstetter, C. Rudloff, P. Schneider, M. Straub: Semantically Enriched Multi-Modal Routing. Presented at the ITS World Congress, Vienna 2012. (download)
    • C. Rudloff, T. Matyus, S. Seer: Comparison of different Calibration Techniques on Simulated Data. Presented at the 6th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, Zürich 2012
    • C. Rudloff, D. Bauer, T. Matyus, S. Seer: Mind the gap: Boarding and Alighting Processes using the Social Force Paradigm Calibrated on Experimental Data. Proceedings of the 14th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Washington DC, USA, 2011 (link)
    • I. Zeiler, C. Rudloff, D. Bauer: Modelling random taste variations in Passenger Route Choice for Level Changes in a Public Transport Station. Proceedings of PED 2010, Gaithersburg, MD. (presentation), (link)
    • C. Rudloff, M. Ray: Detecting travel modes and profiling commuter habits solely based on GPS data. Presented at the 89th TRB Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010. (link)

    Conference Presentations:

    • K. Markvica, C. Rudloff: Get Families to Cycle More Often by Providing a Family-Friendly Tricycle Package. Accepted for presentation at International Cycling Conference 2017, Mannheim, Germany.
    • C. Rudloff, M. Straub: flexiTrike – Erleichterter Wiedereinstieg in den Radverkehr. 9. Österreichischer Radgipfel 2016, Eisenstadt, Österreich.
    • G. Richter, C. Rudloff, A. Graser: Extraction of bicycle commuter trips from day-long GPS trajectories. Presented at: Understanding Urban Cycling: A Data Challenge (CDC 2013), Leuven, Belgium.
    • C. Rudloff, B. Lackner, M. Prandtstetter, and M. Straub. Demand modelling as a basis for optimising the rearrangement of bikes in the vienna bicycle sharing system. Presented at: EURO XXVI, Rome, Italy, 2013.
    • A. Graser, C. Rudloff. On the transferability of mode detection algorithms. Presented at: Urbanism on Track Workshop, Delft, 2012.
    • U. Ritzinger, J. Puchinger, C. Rudloff, R. Hartl: Real-World Patient Transportation. Presented at ODYSSEUS 2012 
    • L. Gimpl-Heersink, C. Rudloff, and A. Taudes. Integrated pricing and inventory control with reference effects. Presented at 7th Annual INFORMS Pricing and Revenue Management Conference, 2007, Barcelona, Spain, 2007.
    • C. Rudloff, L. Gimpl-Heersink, M. Fleischmann, and A. Taudes. Integrated inventory and pricing with reference effects. Presented at EURO XXI, Prague, Czech Republic, 2007.

    • C. Rudloff. On eigenvalue multiplicities of p-elements in complex representations of finite quasi –simple groups. (PhD- Dissertation), University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 2001.
    • C. Rudloff.: The theorem of Riemann-Roch for algebraic curves. (MSc-Dissertation), University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 1997.
    Supervised Thesis
      • V. Öllerer. Imputation and Prediction of Multivariate Travel Time Data. (Diplomarbeit) Vienna University of Technology, 2012.