ITS Seminar

Presenter Affiliation Title Time

Felipe Augusto de Souza Felipe Augusto de Souza

TSE PhD Candidate The Impacts of Capacity Drop on Control of Freeways: Model and Simulation Analysis July 26 2018 10:00–12:00

Anthony Chen Anthony Chen

Hong Kong Polytechnic University A THIRD ROUTE CHOICE ALTERNATIVE FOR THE STOCHASTIC USER EQUILIBRIUM MODEL July 24 2018 14:00–15:00

Junji Urata Junji Urata

Kobe University, Japan SAMPLING APPROACH TO SPATIAL VARIATION FOR OBTAINING A SET OF TRAVEL DEMANDS July 20 2018 11:00–12:00

Makoto Chikaraishi Makoto Chikaraishi

Hiroshima University, Japan LINK AS AN AGGREGATE ALTERNATIVE: A CONTINUOUS RECURSIVE LOGIT REPRESENTATION OF PEDESTRIAN BEHAVIOR July 20 2018 10:00–11:00

Jiangbo (Gabriel) Yu Jiangbo (Gabriel) Yu

TSE PhD Candidate Paradigms of Identifying & Quantifying Uncertainty & Information in Constructing a Cognition-Modeling Framework of Human-Machine Transportation Systems May 25 2018 09:00–11:00

Jorge Laval Jorge Laval

Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology
STATISTICAL INFERENCE OF A CLASS OF STOCHASTIC CAR-FOLLOWING MODELS May 18 2018 09:30–10:30

Giovanni Circella Giovanni Circella

Senior Research Engineer, Georgia Institute of Technology
Director, 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program, University of California, Davis
ADOPTION OF SHARED MOBILITY May 1 2018 13:00–14:30

Ömer Verbas Ömer Verbas

Computational Transportation Engineer
Argonne National Laboratory
MODELING THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW: INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK AND APPLICATIONS April 26 2018 13:00–14:30

Roger Chen Roger Chen

Assistant Professor
Rochester Institute of Technology
LATENT QUEUES AND COLLECTIVE EFFECTS: REVISITING THE ACTIVITY-BASED APPROACH TO TRAVEL ANALYSIS FOR SMART CITIES April 19 2018 13:00–14:30

Jee Eun (Jamie) Kang Jee Eun (Jamie) Kang

Assistant Professor
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
SERVICE DESIGN AND OPERATIONS OF AUTONOMOUS CAR-SHARING SYSTEMS (ACSS) April 17 2018 13:00–14:30