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External affiliates

Maya Abou-Zeid

Maya Abou-Zeid, American University of Beirut

Research areas: transport, marketing
Collaborative projects: dynamic modelling of travel choices and well-being , driving behaviour modelling with data from driving simulators

Moshe Ben-Akiva

Moshe Ben-Akiva, MIT

Research areas: transport, market research, econometrics, data collection, simulation
Collaborative projects: integrated modelling of long, medium and short term decisions

Michel Bierlaire

Michel Bierlaire , EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Research area: transport
Collaborative projects: choice probability generating functions, large scale choice models, demand in operations research

Michiel Bleimer

Michiel Bliemer, The University of Sydney

Research areas: transport
Collaborative projects: route choice modelling; choice modelling with data from driving simulators; building bridges between choice modelling and network modelling

Maria Börjesson

Maria Börjesson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Research areas: transport
Collaborative projects: acceptability of road pricing; transition to increased use of RP data; cross-sectional vs longitudinal elasticities; use of longitudinal data in large scale transport models

Caspar Chorus, TU Delft

Research areas: Transport, Behavioral Economics

Collaborative projects: Non-Random Utility models, Random regret.

Christian Angelo Guevara

Christian Angelo Guevara, Universidad de Chile

Research areas: transport
Collaborative projects: sampling of alternatives and endogeneity correction; behaviour when faced with large choice sets; micro-economic formation and estimation of value of time

David Hensher, The University of Sydney

Research areas: behavioural economics, transport
Collaborative projects: process heuristics, attribute processing, group choice making 

John Rose

John Rose, University of Technology Sydney

Research area: Econometrics
Collaborative projects: experimental design theory; econometrics of choice models; Transportation demand; Health Economics; Environmental Economics

Nobuhiro Sanko

Nobuhiro Sanko, Kobe University

Research areas: transport
Collaborative projects: model transferability; SP design effects; Impact of cultural differences in choice models

Amanda Stathopoulos

Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University

Research area: transport
Collaborative projects: long-term or inter-temporal choice models; models using new data sources; operational and policy-relevant models of decision-rules

Joan Walker

Joan Walker, University of California, Berkeley

Research areas: transport
Collaborative projects: choice modelling with big data; social networks in choice modelling; dynamics and impacts of new transport paradigms

Mark Zuidgeest, University of Cape Town

Research areas: transport
Collaborative projects: choice modelling in Africa