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Experts in: Transportation networks

BASTIN, Fabian

Professeur titulaire

My research interests focus on mathematical programming, namely the optimization of functions with or without constraint, particularly in a continuous nonlinear framework. In view of the uncertainty prevalent in the real world, I am particularly interested in the field of stochastic programming, combining probability theory and optimization. This field of mathematical optimization can provide solutions that apprehend the unknown factors, present or future, more adequately. This research encounters many applications, and I work in particular on model estimation issues, including discrete choice theory. Discrete choice models attempt to explain the decision factors leading individuals to make particular choices among finite sets of alternatives (purchase decisions, route choice, transportation mode, etc.). Finally, I am also interested in general issues of computer simulation, and transportation problems.


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Professeur associé

My main research area is the application of operations research to transportation and telecommunication planning. A large portion of my work deals with the development of efficient metaheuristics for solving difficult problems in this area. As co-director of the Laboratory on Intelligent Transportation Systems of the Centre for Research on Transportation, I am also very interested in all real-time transportation planning problems.


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