Matthieu de Lapparent supervision

This page reports only the academic work registered in the databases of the Transport and Mobility Laboratory, and is not necessarily a comprehensive list of the work by Matthieu de Lapparent.

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Masters theses

Pauline Hansotte
Section: Civil Engineering
Modelling High Mobility Practices in Santiago de Chile
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent
Expert: Prof. Ricardo Hurtubia
Cosupervised by Prof. Vincent Kaufmann
Alexis Gumy
Section: Civil Engineering
Dynamiques de la grande mobilité
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: V. Kaufmann, E. Ravalet, Sebastien Munafo
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
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
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
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
Anna-Katharina Clodong
Section: Civil Engineering
Discrete choice model for the automobile market: modeling willingness-to-pay for marginal and non marginal changes in car attributes
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin, Michel Bierlaire
Takao Dantsuji
Section: Civil Engineering
Disaggregate modeling of vehicle-miles traveled: what about users of alternative-fuel vehicles?
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin, Michel Bierlaire
Baillif Maurin
Section: Civil Engineering
Modeling consideration and willingness-to-pay for electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in car renewal
Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Yves Delacrétaz
Loïc Tinguely
Section: Civil Engineering
Exploiting pedestrian WiFi traces for destination choice modeling
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Supervision:Antonin Danalet, Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
Expert: Andres Sevtsuk

Semester projects

  • Emotions and risky discrete choices, Le Sueur Cécile Christianne Anny Déborah Suzanne (SMA), June 02, 2017
  • Une modélisation de la grande mobilité, Pauline Hosotte, December 23, 2016
  • Grandes mobilités réversibles. Approche par la modélisation dynamique de choix discrets., Alexis Gumy, December 23, 2016
  • 4. Modeling Route Choice in Quebec City Using Mental Representations, Mathieu Plourde, December 23, 2016
  • Passengers' connection time preferences in airline itinerary choice, Elisabeth Zbinden (SGC), December 23, 2016
  • Accounting for dynamics in pedestrian multi-class speed-density relationship, Marc-Edouard Schultheiss (SGC), December 23, 2016
  • Modeling evolution of sales of alternative fuel vehicles in Europe, Christophe Paillard (SMA), June 17, 2016
  • Modeling route choice in Québec using mental representations, Mathieu Plourde, June 03, 2016
  • Hedonic pricing of car attributes: a comparison across European countries, Anna-Katharina Clodong (SGC), January 30, 2016
  • Development of an aggregate route choice model for a big network, Arriagada Diego Alexandre, June 19, 2015
  • A destination choice model for EPFL Campus, Loïc Tinguely (SGC), December 19, 2014
  • Accounting for attitudes in modeling demand for electric vehicles, Maurin Baillif (SGC), December 19, 2014
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