8th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation (hEART 2019) was held in Budapest, Hungary, from 4-6 September 2019. Our group contributed with six interesting presentations. Check out below for more details.
Servizi, V., Pereira, F. C., Nielsen, O. A.
A deep learning and data fusion approach towards an off-line stop detection method for smartphone-based travel surveys
Dastjerdi, A. M., Hess, S., Pereira, F. C.
Discovering causal structure from attitudinal data: what motivates people to use mobility-management travel apps
Duran, D., Wulfhorst, G., Pereira, F. C.
Spatial factors influencing bikesharing usage: a “mobility culture” approach
Borysov, S. S., Rich, J.
Identifying “slow” and “fast” movers in a travel preference space: application of a synthetic pseudopanel approach