Posts Categorized: ITE Student Chapter Seminar

Stochastic integer programming explained by Merve Bodur

Professor Merve Bodur presented “Stochastic integer programming in staffing and scheduling problems under uncertainty” at the UT-ITE seminar on  September 21, 2018. Stochastic integer programming is a useful tool for decision making under uncertainty in optimization problems. One of the…

Papaioannou: Public transit service quality and contracting

Professor Panagiotis (Panos) Papaioannou of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, gave a special guest seminar for the UT-ITE Friday Seminar Series on March 23. Following his presentation “Public Transit Service Quality and Contracting” and Q&A, Professor Papaioannou enjoyed a reunion with friends…

Gagandeep Singh on GTHA Logistics Sprawl

Following his UT-ITE seminar on December 14, 2017, Gagandeep Singh has kindly shared a PDF of his presentation file: Logistics Sprawl: Spatial Patterns and Characteristics of New Warehousing Establishments in The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area Abstract A significant sprawl…

Under what conditions will consumers adopt and use AVs?

Professor Matthias Sweet of Ryerson presented “Autonomous Vehicles: Public Policy Considerations and Consumer Interest in the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area,” based on joint paper with Kailey Laidlaw, for the UT-ITE Friday Seminar Series on November 10, 2017. In his presentation, Sweet…

ITE: Serving transportation professionals

Sean Nix, President of the Toronto Section of the Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers, spoke on October 27. Sean’s presentation provided an overview of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). The institute is an international organization divided into eight districts…

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