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Amanda Stathopoulos

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Amanda Stathopoulos

International journals


Total: 7


    Papers in conference proceedings

    • Fernandez-Antolin, A., Stathopoulos, A., and Bierlaire, M. (2014). Exploratory Analysis of Endogeneity in Discrete Choice Models. Proceedings of the 14th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) 14-16 May, 2014.
    • Hänseler, F.S., Molyneaux, N., Bierlaire, M., and Stathopoulos, A. (2014). Schedule-based estimation of pedestrian demand within a railway station. Proceedings of the Swiss Transportation Research Conference (STRC) 14-16 May, 2014.
    • Varotto, S. F., Glerum, A., Stathopoulos, A., and Bierlaire, M. (2014). Modelling travel time perception in transport mode choices. Proceedings of the 14th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) May 14-16, 2014.
    • Stathopoulos, A., Glerum, A., Thémans, M., and Bierlaire, M. (2013). Dynamic vehicle ownership forecasting: a framework to model inter-temporal renewal decisions. Proceedings of the Swiss Transportation Research Conference (STRC) April 24-26, 2013.



    • Journal of Choice Modelling (3)
    • Transportation (3)
    • International Journal of Sustainable Transportation (2)
    • Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review (2)
    • European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (1)
    • European Transport (1)
    • Research in Transportation Business and Management (1)
    • Transport Policy (1)
    • Transportation Research Part B: Methodological (1)
    • Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment (1)
    • Transportmetrica (1)
    • Total: 17 reviews for 11 journals (since 2004). Per year: 2014: 4, 2013: 4, 2012: 9.

      Research projects

      Sponsor: PSA Peugeot-Citroën
      Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Amanda Stathopoulos (PM), Aurélie Glerum
      Period: April 01, 2012-April 30, 2013
      The aim of this research project is to develop a dynamic model framework to forecast car demand. The model-system jointly accounts for behavioural variables (e.g. household evolution, individual motivations), institutional factors (e.g. incentives and taxation) and market features (e.g. new fuel or vehicle technology launches) to forecast vehicle acquisition. The project benefits from a large-scale, longitudinal dataset on vehicle transactions from major European markets. Methodologically the framework consists of a system of aggregate, disaggregate and duration-based choice models, accounting for dynamic features of the decision at each stage. Importantly, the proposed dynamic framework enhances realism by representing the durability of possession, rapid changes in value across product and ownership cycles and uncertainty about future market developments and institutional factors. The proposed framework sheds light on the timing and type of vehicle ownership, illustrating the benefits of taking the first steps away from a static approach. The findings will aid the prediction of consumer behaviour in response to critical policy variables, such as incentives, alongside market dynamics, such as the appearance and diffusion of novel technologies. A deeper understanding of future vehicle choice behaviour is critical given sizable institutional and industrial investments to promote alternative vehicle technologies with a final aim to improve energy efficiency in the transportation sector. More information

      Regular teaching

      Decision-aid methodologies in transportation
      Year: Spring 2014
      Section(s): Civil Engineering
      Lecturers: Amanda Stathopoulos, Jianghang Chen
      Teaching assistant: Iliya Markov, Anna Fernandez Antolin
      Mathematical modeling of behavior
      Year: Fall 2013
      Section(s): Mathematics, Master in Financial Engineering
      Lecturers: Michel Bierlaire, Amanda Stathopoulos
      Teaching assistant: Evanthia Kazagli, Anna Fernandez Antolin
      Mathematical modeling of behavior
      Year: Fall 2012
      Section(s): Mathematics, Master in Financial Engineering
      Lecturer: Michel Bierlaire
      Teaching assistant: Antonin Danalet, Amanda Stathopoulos

      Miscellaneous lectures

      Modelling the Choice of Alternative Fuel Vehicles
      Program: Lectures in doctoral programme, section 'government and institutions', February 27, 2012
      School: University of 'Roma Tre'
      Lecturer: Amanda Stathopoulos

      Project supervision

      Masters theses

      Billal Mahoubi
      Section: Civil Engineering
      Exploring approaches to model financial decisions
      Supervision:Amanda Stathopoulos, Michel Bierlaire
      Silvia Francesca Varotto
      How perceptions affect the modal choice? A cross country comparison from a gender oriented point of view
      Supervision:Michel Bierlaire, Amanda Stathopoulos, Aurélie Glerum

      Semester projects

      • Schedule-based estimation of pedestrian travel demand within a quasi-uncongested railway station, Quentin Mazars-Simon (SSC), January 31, 2014
      • Modeling the demand for financial products, Billal Mahoubi (SGC), January 10, 2014
      • Modelling car ownership duration, Natalie Sauerwald (SMA), June 07, 2013
      • Enhancement of Naville's Press Delivery Regulation Tool: An Exploratory Analysis, Lea Kissling (SMA), June 07, 2013
      • Movement patterns of pedestrians on platforms, Nicholas Alan Molyneaux, May 31, 2013
      • Modelling the choice of vehicle in an extended framework, Areg Gevorgyan (MTE), January 07, 2013

      Past activities (4)