Workshop on Activity-Based Modeling of Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Human Travel Behavior
July 9-10, 2016: Tongji University, Shanghai, China
The Center for Transportation Research (CTR) of the University of Texas at Austin is leading a workshop on activity-based modeling of spatial and temporal patterns of human travel behavior. The workshop is scheduled to be held in conjunction with the World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR). Professor Ram Pendyala of MARG serves as one of the instructors for the workshop, alongside Professor Chandra Bhat of the University of Texas at Austin and Professor Konstadinos Goulias of the University of California at Santa Barbara. For complete information, please visit the workshop webpage. The workshop flyer offers more details about the event. Early bird registration expires June 1, 2016. Register NOW!
PhD Research Assistantships in Mobility Analytics and Travel Behavior Modeling
The Mobility Analytics Research Group (MARG) at Arizona State University (ASU) invites applications for two doctoral research assistantship positions. The positions begin January 2017, and require that the students be selected for entry into the PhD program at Arizona State University. Click here for more details.
Article on Millennials' Activity-Travel Behavior Patterns
A paper that explores longitudinal trends in millennials' activity-travel and time use patterns using the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) data series has been published in Transport Reviews. Access the full text publication here.
ITM2016, Denver, CO, May 1-4, 2016
MARG team members made four presentations at the 6th Transportation Research Board (TRB) Innovations in Travel Modeling Conference held in Denver, Colorado during May 1-4, 2016. The four presentations are: