I am a PhD student in the Urban Transport Systems Laboratory (LUTS) of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). I received the M.Sc. degree in Econometrics and Management Science (specialization in Operations Research and Quantitative Logistics) in 2019 from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
My primary research fields and main research interests involve on-demand mobility and transportation systems. I am using a combination of optimization, simulation and control methods to solve operational and strategic challenges in these systems. My current work is mainly focused on large-scale carpooling and crowd-shipping systems.
|P. Stokkink and N. Geroliminis
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological
|Predictive user-based relocation through incentives in one-way car-sharing systems|
Teaching & PhD
The scope of the lecture is to provide the basic concepts in transport economics and introduce new ones for private and public transport and environmental issues. Demand, supply, welfare analysis and regulation will be illustrated.