Transport and Mobility Laboratory: yearly report 2017

TRANSP-OR

TeachingTop

Spring 2017

Conception et gestion des systèmes de transport
Section(s): Civil Engineering
Lecturer: Daniel Emery
Number of students: 51
Decision-aid methodologies in transportation
Section(s): Civil Engineering
Lecturers: Virginie Lurkin, Mor Kaspi
Teaching assistant: Tomáš Robenek, Stefan Binder, Iliya Markov, Meritxell Pacheco
Number of students: unknown
Enjeux mondiaux : Mobilité A
Section(s): All sections
Lecturer: Michel Bierlaire
Teaching assistant: Nicholas Molyneaux, Stefan Binder
Number of students: unknown
Optimization and Simulation
Section(s): Doctoral program in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Lecturers: Michel Bierlaire, Riccardo Scarinci
Teaching assistant: Marija Nikolic, Stefan Binder
Number of students: unknown
Systèmes de transport
Section(s): Civil Engineering
Lecturer: Daniel Emery
Number of students: 12

PhD thesesTop

Defense scheduled in 2017 or after and theses in progress

2017

Marija Nikolic
Data-driven fundamental models for pedestrian movements
Committee: Prof. H. Mahmassani (Northwestern University), Prof. S. Hoogendoorn (TU DElft), Prof. Geroliminis (EPFL) Prof. Frossard (chairman), Prof. Bierlaire (thesis director)
Exam: December 23, 2017
Defense: May 05, 2017

Ongoing

Evanthia Kazagli
Route choice models with latent constructs
Anna Fernandez Antolin
Characterization of demand models with applications in the electric vehicles market
Stefan Binder
Delay propagation in railway scheduling
Iliya Markov
Vehicle routing for recycling
Stefano Moret
Decision-making under uncertainty for energy systems
Co-supervisor: François Maréchal
Meritxell Pacheco
Demand-based discrete optimization
Nicholas Molyneaux
Dynamic management polices for transportation hubs

PhD committeesTop

Myrsini Angelidi (President of the jury)
Ductility and strain rate-dependency of adhesively-bonded timber joints
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
June 07, 2017
Marija Nikolic (Thesis director)
Data-driven fundamental models for pedestrian movements
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
February 23, 2017
Valentina Morandi
Linear programming models for a fair and efficient traffic assignment in congested road networks
Università degli studi di Bergamo, Italy
January 20, 2017

Masters thesesTop

Jérôme Bichsel
Section: Civil Engineering
Organisation d'un interface rail-route en Valais Central
Supervision:Daniel Emery
Expert: Pascal Bovey
20/02/2017-31/07/2017
Salma Deruiche
Section: Civil Engineering
Demand based rolling stock allocation
Supervision:Virginie Lurkin, Stefan Binder, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Simon Landureau
20/02/2017-16/06/2017
Martin Ellwanger
Section: Civil Engineering
Clip-Air-Rail - Capsules et gabarits ferroviaires
Supervision:Daniel Emery, Claudio Leonardi
Expert: Thomas Bernet
20/02/2017-31/07/2017
Alexis Gumy
Section: Civil Engineering
Dynamiques de la grande mobilité
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: V. Kaufmann, E. Ravalet, Sebastien Munafo
20/02/2017-16/06/2017
Christophe Paillard
Section: Mathematics
Concurrence sur les marchés automobiles européens: une approche par la modélisation de la demande
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Antonin Danalet
20/02/2017-16/06/2017
Mathieu Plourde
Section: Civil Engineering
Modeling Heterogeneity of Drivers Route Choice Behavior in Quebec
Supervision:Evanthia Kazagli, Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Charisma Choudhury
20/02/2017-16/06/2017
Marc-Edouard Schultheiss
Section: Civil Engineering
Integrating Bicycle Travel Demand to a Land-Use and Transport Model
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Marija Nikolic, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Christopher Zegras
20/02/2017-16/06/2017
Elisabeth Zbinden
Section: Civil Engineering
Passenger's Connection Time Preferences in Airline Itinerary Choice
Supervision:Virginie Lurkin, Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Laurie Garrow
20/02/2017-16/06/2017
Federico Orsini
Information system for passenger discretionary activities in transport terminals
Supervision:Riccardo Scarinci, Marija Nikolic, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Riccardo Rossi
15/09/2016-28/02/2017

Semester projectsTop


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Additional teachingTop

Hybrid Choice Models (ctd)
Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 16, 2017-February 16, 2017
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Lecturer: de Lapparent Matthieu
Assistant(s): Kazagli Evanthia, Pacheco Meritxell, Fernandez Antolin Anna
Logit Mixture; Hybrid Choice Models
Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 15, 2017-February 15, 2017
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Lecturer: de Lapparent Matthieu
Assistant(s): Kazagli Evanthia, Pacheco Meritxell, Fernandez Antolin Anna
Forecasting; Combining RP and SP
Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 14, 2017-February 14, 2017
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Lecturer: Pacheco Meritxell
Assistant(s): Kazagli Evanthia, de Lapparent Matthieu, Fernandez Antolin Anna
Nested logit; Specification testing
Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 13, 2017-February 13, 2017
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Lecturer: Kazagli Evanthia
Assistant(s): Pacheco Meritxell, de Lapparent Matthieu, Fernandez Antolin Anna
Introduction; Logit estimation
Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 12, 2017-February 12, 2017
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Lecturer: Kazagli Evanthia
Assistant(s): Pacheco Meritxell, de Lapparent Matthieu, Fernandez Antolin Anna

SeminarsTop

Dr. Nikola Obrenovic
The Choice of Metric for Clustering of Electrical Power Distribution Consumers
Affiliation: Department of Power, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
February 27, 2017

Prof. Moshe Ben-Akiva
Smart Mobility: Optimization and Behavioral Modeling
Affiliation: Edmund K. Turner Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Director, Intelligent Transportation Systems Lab Massachusetts Institute of Technology
February 09, 2017

Organization of conferences, workshops, etc.Top

12th Workshop on Discrete Choice Models
June 22, 2017-June 24, 2017
Location: EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Role: Organizer
Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares
February 12, 2017-February 16, 2017
Location: EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Role: Founder, organizer and lecturer
Winter School on Optimization and Operations Research
January 15, 2017-January 20, 2017
Location: Hotel Europe, Zinal
Role: Organizer

PublicationsTop

Papers in international journals (accepted for publication)Top

  1. Moret, S., Codina Girones, V., Bierlaire, M., and Maréchal, F. (to appear). Characterization of input uncertainties in strategic energy planning models, Applied energy (accepted for publication on May 13, 2017)

Papers in international journalsTop

  1. Scarinci, R., Rast, F., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Needed reduction in mobility energy consumption to meet the goal of a 2000-watt society, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 101:133-148.
  2. Scarinci, R., Markov, I., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Network design of a transport system based on accelerating moving walkways, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 80:310–328.
  3. Lurkin, V., Garrow, L. A., Higgins, M., Newman, J. P, and Schyns, M. (2017). Accounting for Price Endogeneity in Airline Itinerary Choice Models: An Application to Continental U.S. Markets, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 100:228-246.
  4. Binder, S., Maknoon, Y., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). The multi-objective railway timetable rescheduling problem, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 78:78-94.
  5. Maknoon, Y., Soumis, F., and Baptiste, P. (2017). An integer programming approach to scheduling the transshipment of products at cross-docks in less-than-truckload industries, Computers & Operations Research 82:167–179.
  6. Scarinci, R., Bahrami, F., Ourednik, A., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). An exploration of moving walkways as a transport system in urban centers, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 17(2):191-206.
  7. Robenek, T., Sharif Azadeh, S., Maknoon, Y., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Hybrid Cyclicity: Combining The Benefits Of Cyclic And Non-Cyclic Timetables, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 75:228-253.
  8. Hänseler, F.S., Lam, W.H.K., Bierlaire, M., Lederrey, G., and Nikolic, M. (2017). A dynamic network loading model for anisotropic and congested pedestrian flows, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 95:149-168.
  9. Umang, N., Bierlaire, M., and Erera, A. L. (2017). Real-time management of berth allocation with stochastic arrival and handling times, Journal of Scheduling 20(1):67-83.
  10. Jiang Hang, C., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). The study of the unidirectional quay crane scheduling problem: complexity and risk-aversion, European Journal of Operational Research 260(2):613-624.

BooksTop

  1. Bierlaire, M., Kaufmann, V., and Rérat, P. (2017). La mobilité en questions. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).

Book chaptersTop

  1. Audikana, A., and Binder, S. (2017). Faut-il penser les transports pour qu'ils soient les plus rapides possibles ?. In Bierlaire, Kaufmann, Rérat (ed) La mobilité en questions pp.23-36. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).
  2. Bierlaire, M., and Baehler, D. (2017). Faut-il construire plus de routes pour limiter les embouteillages ?. In Bierlaire M., Kaufmann V. and Rérat P. (ed) La mobilité en questions pp.9-22. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).
  3. Bierlaire, M., Kaufmann, V., and Rérat, P. (2017). Pour une approche globale, informée et interdisciplinaire de la mobilité. In Bierlaire M., Kaufmann V. and Rérat P. (ed) La mobilité en questions pp.181-184. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).
  4. Binder, S., and Ravalet, E. (2017). Quel est le prix d'une minute gagnée dans nos déplacements?. In Bierlaire, Kaufmann, Rérat (ed) La mobilité en questions pp.37-52. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).
  5. Danalet, A., and Audikana, A. (2017). Le péage urbain modifie-t-il les comportements de mobilité?. In Bierlaire M., Kaufmann V. and Rérat P. (ed) La mobilité en questions pp.55-70. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).
  6. Munafò, S., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). La densité urbaine permet-elle de favoriser une mobilité plus durable ? . In Bierlaire M., Kaufmann V. and Rérat P. (ed) La mobilité en questions pp.124-140. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).
  7. Rérat, P., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Les déplacements pendulaires font-ils partie du choix d'un lieu d'habitation ?. In Bierlaire M., Kaufmann V. and Rérat P. (ed) La mobilité en questions pp.141-155. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes (PPUR).

Conference proceedingsTop

  1. Binder, S., Maknoon, Y., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Efficient investigation of multiple dimensions of the railway timetable rescheduling problem. Proceedings of the 17th Swiss Transportation Research Conference May 17-19th, 2017.
  2. Fernandez-Antolin, A., Lurkin, V., de Lapparent, M., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Discrete-continuous maximum likelihood for the estimation of nested logit models. Proceedings of the 16th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) 17-19 May, 2017.
  3. Markov, I., Bierlaire, M., Cordeau, J., Maknoon, Y., and Varone, S. (2017). A general framework for routing problems with stochastic demands. Proceedings of the 17th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) May, 17-19, 2017.
  4. Montesinos, M. F, Ortelli, N. M, Bellocchi, L., Kazagli, E., and Geroliminis, N. (2017). Modeling simplicity in drivers' route choice behavior. Proceedings of the 17th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) 17-19, 2017, 2017.
  5. Pacheco, M., Sharif Azadeh, S., Bierlaire, M., and Gendron, B. (2017). Integrating advanced demand models within the framework of mixed integer linear problems: A Lagrangian relaxation method for the uncapacitated case. Proceedings of the 17th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) 17-19 May, 2017.

Technical reportsTop

  1. Kazagli, E., Bierlaire, M., and de Lapparent, M. (2017). Operational route choice methodologies for practical applications. Technical report TRANSP-OR 170526. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL.
  2. Bierlaire, M. (2017). Calculating indicators with PythonBiogeme. Technical report TRANSP-OR 170517. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL.
  3. Bierlaire, M., and Lurkin, V. (2017). Introduction to disaggregate demand models. Technical report TRANSP-OR 170508. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL.
  4. Binder, S., Maknoon, Y., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Introducing exogenous priority rules for the capacitated passenger assignment problem. Technical report TRANSP-OR 170209. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL.
  5. Scarinci, R., Markov, I., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Network design of a transport system based on accelerating moving walkways. Technical report TRANSP-OR 170123. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL.
  6. Nikolic, M., Bierlaire, M., de Lapparent, M., and Scarinci, R. (2017). Multi-class speed-density relationship for pedestrian traffic. Technical report TRANSP-OR 170115. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL.

Speaker in external seminarsTop

  1. Kazagli, E., Modeling route choice using aggregate models. Invited lecture, Ecole des Ponts - ParisTech, May 24, 2017, Paris
  2. Kazagli, E., Bierlaire, M., and de Lapparent, M., Modeling route choice in Québec city using mental representations . 17th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC), May 18, 2017, Ascona
  3. Fernandez-Antolin, A., Lurkin, V., de Lapparent, M., and Bierlaire, M., Discrete-continuous maximum likelihood for the estimation of nested logit models. 16th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC), May 18, 2017, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland
  4. Pacheco, M., Sharif Azadeh, S., Bierlaire, M., and Gendron, B., Integrating advanced demand models within the framework of mixed integer linear problems: A Lagrangian relaxation method for the uncapacitated case. 17th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC), May 18, 2017, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland
  5. Markov, I., Bierlaire, M., Cordeau, J., Maknoon, Y., and Varone, S., A general framework for routing problems with stochastic demands. 17th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC), May 17, 2017, Ascona, Switzerland
  6. Binder, S., Maknoon, Y., and Bierlaire, M., Efficient investigation of multiple dimensions of the railway timetable rescheduling problem. 17th Swiss Transportation Research Conference, May 17, 2017, Ascona, Switzerland
  7. Bierlaire, M., and Pacheco, M., From Complex Travel Behaviour to Optimization: the Methodological Challenges. Transport Seminar Series, School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Newcastle University, March 22, 2017, Newcastle upon Tyne
  8. de Lapparent, M., Structural modelling of sales and prices in the 2015 new car market in France. Seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Yamanashi, March 09, 2017, Kofu, Japan
  9. de Lapparent, M., Travel discomfort-time tradeoffs in Paris subway. Seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Yamanashi, March 09, 2017, Kofu, Japan
  10. Nikolic, M., Data-driven fundamental models for pedestrian movements. Workshop on Transportation Network and Management, EPFL, March 09, 2017, Lausanne
  11. de Lapparent, M., On modeling optimal use and ownership duration of a car: a dynamic discrete choice approach. Seminar, Department of Civil Engineering, Nagoya University, March 07, 2017, Nagoya, Japan
  12. de Lapparent, M., Structural modelling of sales and prices in the 2015 new car market in France. Small International Workshop on Advanced Choice Modelling, Tokyo Institute of Technology, March 06, 2017, Tokyo, Japan
  13. de Lapparent, M., Modeling Interactions under Imperfect Information. International Workshop on Dynamic Risk Management of Transport Network: Social Interaction, Monitoring and Simulation, Tokyo Institute of Technology, March 05, 2017, Tokyo, Japan
  14. Robenek, T., Behaviorally driven train timetable design. Invited seminar, Erasmus University Rotterdam, March 02, 2017, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  15. Bierlaire, M., Introduction to choice modeling. Invited lecture, GuangDong University of Technology , January 06, 2017, Guangzhou, China
  16. Bierlaire, M., and Pacheco, M., Using disaggregate demand models in operations research. Invited seminar, GuangDong University of Technology , January 05, 2017, Guangzhou, China
  17. Bierlaire, M., Dynamic choice models with panel data. Invited lecture, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, January 03, 2017, Hong Kong
  18. Bierlaire, M., Demand forecasting with discrete choice models. Invited lecture, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, January 03, 2017, Hong Kong
  19. Bierlaire, M., and Pacheco, M., Integrating advanced discrete choice models into (mixed) integer linear optimization. Invited seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, January 03, 2017, Hong Kong

Awards and distinctionsTop

ReviewingTop

  1. Computers & Operations Research (1)
  2. Expert Systems with Applications (1)
  3. Journal of Air Transport Management (1)
  4. Journal of Urban Planning and Developement (1)
  5. Naval Research Logistics (1)
  6. Transportation Letters: the International Journal of Transportation Research (1)
  7. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies (1)
  8. Transportation Research Procedia (1)
  9. Transportation Science (1)
  10. Miscalleneous reviews (1)

Research projects (6)Top

Capacity building program in urban mobility and transportation
Sponsor: State Secretariat for Economic Affairs
Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Yousef Maknoon (PM), Riccardo Scarinci (PM)
Period: September 01, 2016-September 01, 2019
The purpose of this project is to develop graduate curriculum in urban mobility and transportation. The relevant courses of this curriculum will be available in MOOC format. This program is a collaborative project between Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and Urban Transport Systems Laboratory (LUTS) and Transport and Mobility Laboratory (TRANSP-OR) at EPFL.
Incorporating advanced behavioral models in mixed integer linear optimization
Sponsor: Swiss National Science Foundation
Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Shadi Sharif Azadeh (PM), Meritxell Pacheco
Period: April 01, 2016-March 31, 2019
Discrete choice models are used for detailed representation of the "demand". However, their complexity makes mathematical formulations highly non convex in the explanatory variables. On the other hand, Mixed Integer Linear Programs (MILP) are optimization problems with discrete variables that are used in many applications to design and configure the "supply". In this project, we propose a new modeling framework that allows to include any random utility model in a mixed integer optimization formulation. The heterogeneity of demand is captured within the general choice model framework and the offers are tailored in a way that is beneficial for users as wells as providers. The main objective of the project is to obtain a framework that is both general, so that it can be applied in many applications, and operational, so that it can be used in practice.
TRANS-FORM: Smart transfers through unravelling urban form and travel flow dynamics
Sponsor: The Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications (DETEC)
Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Shadi Sharif Azadeh (PM), Riccardo Scarinci (PM), Nicholas Molyneaux
Period: March 03, 2016-March 03, 2019
TRANS-FORM, a cooperation between universities, industrial partners, public authorities and private operators, will develop, implement and test a data driven decision making tool that will support smart planning, and proactive and adaptive operations. The objective of the project is to better understand transferring dynamics in multi-modal public transport systems and develop insights, strategies and methods to support decision makers in transforming public transport usage to a seamless travel experience by using smart data. The tool will integrate new concepts and methods of behavioral modelling, passenger flow forecasting and network state predictions into real-time operations. TRANS-FORM is funded under the European Commission Horizon 2020 ERA-NET program.
myTOSA 2.0 - Enhanced simulation and optimization tool for cost-optimal deployment of TOSA electric buses
Sponsor: Commission pour la technologie et de l'innovation, Office Fédéral de la formation professionnelle et de la technologie.
Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Riccardo Scarinci (PM), Virginie Lurkin (PM), Shadi Sharif Azadeh, Yousef Maknoon
Period: September 30, 2015-November 16, 2017
The TOSA catenary-free electric bus system is the ABB response to the challenge of decreasing the environmental impact of public transportation. The project builds on the previous CTI project - myTOSA - and it aims to introduce new business analytics features and to improve the fidelity of the simulation and (robust) optimization modules used for a cost-optimal deployment of the TOSA charging infrastructure and component sizing.
Drive For You: a driving assistant tool to detecting pedestrians
Sponsor: MINES ParisTech
Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Riccardo Scarinci (PM)
Period: December 01, 2014-November 30, 2018
This project aims to develop an onboard pedestrian tracking system to assist the driver detect them and, ultimately, to increase security. The project, with a duration of four years, will focus on pedestrians detection, tracking and trajectory prediction, and will be will be closely related to vehicle command strategies. The project is part of the automated driving research Chair "Drive for you" led by MINES ParisTech in partnership with French industrialists and three prestigious academic institutions the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL (Switzerland), the University of Shanghai Jiao Tong (China) and the University of Berkeley (USA). Supported by the Foundation MINES ParisTech, with Valeo industrial, PSA Peugeot Citroën and Safran contributing 3.7 million euros in funds, the Chair will work for five years on the subject of automated driving. The three main objectives are expand knowledge of self-driving vehicles, develop intelligent onboard systems, get self-driving vehicles on the road in Asia, Europe and the United States.
Electric vehicle adoption dynamics: exploring market potentials
Sponsor: Nissan
Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Matthieu de Lapparent (PM), Anna Fernandez Antolin
Period: April 01, 2014-March 31, 2017
This project proposes innovative methods to identify the determinants of acceptance of alternative vehicles and their impact on everyday mobility.

The greatest challenge faced by the promoters of the transition towards this low carbon engine technology lies in understanding how consumers accept the financial and lifestyle investments associated with the leap from traditional to electric powertrains. This project proposes innovative methods to identify the determinants of acceptance of alternative vehicles and their impact on everyday mobility. A deeper understanding of adoption dynamics is critical to predict who will opt for EVs when and under which conditions.

This project will focus on innovative data-collection and modelling methodologies to uncover the acceptance of EVs at different stages of market-penetration (considering inexperienced/experienced users, early pioneers/late-adopters). A thorough analysis of the consumer decision-making process will lead to uncovering the barriers and success factors related to EV uptake and to forecast buying and usage behaviours related to new vehicle classes.

Miscellaneous responsibilitiesTop

Ongoing

    Bierlaire

  1. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, Transportation Research Part B (since January 01, 1995)
  2. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, European Transport, Quarterly Journal of Transport Law, Economics and Engineering (since February 01, 2005)
  3. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, Transportation Research Part C (since January 01, 2006)
  4. Director of the Transport and Mobility Laboratory, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (since July 01, 2006)
  5. Associate Editor, Journal of Choice Modelling (since June 01, 2007)
  6. Member of the Scientific Council, Centre for Transport Studies, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (since March 06, 2009)
  7. Director, Transportation Center, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland (since May 06, 2009)
  8. Director of the Doctoral Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (since January 01, 2010)
  9. Editor-in-Chief, EURO Journal on Transport and Logistics (since February 01, 2011)
  10. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (since November 08, 2011)
  11. Associate Editor, Operations Research (since January 01, 2012)
  12. Member of the research council, Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), Bern, Switzerland (since January 01, 2015)
  13. Member of the Academic Promotion Committee, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (since April 01, 2015)
  14. Member of the scientific advisory board, CIRRELT (Interuniversity Research Center on Enterprise Networks, Logistics and Transportation, Québec, Canada (since January 01, 2016)
  15. Scientific advisor, BestMile SA (since May 12, 2016)

Finished in 2017

    Scarinci

  1. Mobility systems coach expert for the Solar Decathlon 2017 project, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (September 01, 2015-September 01, 2017)

Expertise

  • Transportation Research
  • Operations Research
  • Discrete Choice Models

Methods

Modeling, optimization, simulation

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