Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Bogenberger

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Bogenberger



  • 1990 - 1991 Military Service
  • 1991 - 1996 studies at the Technical University of Munich

Major: Civil Engineering

  • Diploma at the Technical University of Munich

Professional career

  • 12/1996 - 8/2001 PhD student at the Department of Traffic Engineering and Planning at the Technical University of Munich; Univ. Dr. / UCB Hartmut Keller
  • 1999 Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Transportation Studies at the University of California at Berkeley

Official Host: Prof. Carlos Daganzo

Collaboration with Prof. Dolf May and Prof. Lotfi Zadeh.

  • 7/2001 Graduation

"Adaptive Fuzzy Systems for Coordinated Traffic Responsive Ramp Metering" (thesis and oral examination in English)
Examiner: Prof. Hartmut Keller and Prof. Stephen G. Ritchie,
University of California at Irvine
Review: "summa cum laude"


  • 9/2001 - 09/2006 Consultant at the BMW Group in the "Science and Transportation", responsible for the topics "Traffic Engineering and Models"
  • 3/2003 completion of the 18-month program DRIVE of the BMW Group for Young Executives
  • 05/2006 completion of MALIK Academy for Strategic Management
  • 9/2006 - 7/2008 consultant at the BMW Group's "corporate quality". As part of the product management responsible for the quality of the "diesel engine", "transmission" and "navigation systems"
  • 8/2008 - 12/2011 Managing Partner of TRANSVER GmbH (Consulting Engineers for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering) in Munich and Hannover.
  • Since 1/2012 Professor of Traffic Engineering at the University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich


  • Award of Heureka Foundation for publication and presentation within the Heureka conference in Karlsruhe in 2002, organized of the Research Institute for Road and Transportation and the Association of German Transportation companies.



  • Consulting Engineer of the Technical Chamber of Bavaria.
  • Member of the Research Association for Roads and Transportation.
  • Member of the Association of Road and Traffic Engineers.


  • Traffic control (e.g. control of ramp metering systems, control method for network control, quality of´traffic management systems)
  • Traffic flow / traffic simulation (e.g. analysis of empirical traffic data , congestion cluster analysis, categorization of congestion types)
  • Traffic information (e.g. quality of traffic information)
  • Navigation (e.g. user behavior of dynamic navigation systems and new algorithms for guidance, so-called "risk-averse routing")
  • Cooperative transportation systems (e.g. optimized control of traffic lights by vehicle data)
  • Driver assistance systems (e.g. effects of driver assistance systems on traffic flow and road safety)
  • Carsharing (relocation strategies, user analysis)