Yuki Tamura received Dean’s Award and Department Award. Congratulations!
Our labmate Dr. Yohei Fujigaki, who completed the doctoral course of the Department of Urban Engineering, UTokyo in September 2018, was awarded as the Promising Young Researchers from the City Planning Institute of Japan with his doctoral dissertation on the methodology for planning and designing the Integrated Mobility Service. Congratulations!
Our paper “Scenario Evaluation of Autonomous Vehicle Spread Using Agent-Based Simulation” (in Japanese), authored by Yo KAMIJO, Giancarlos TRONCOSO PARADY, Kiyoshi TAKAMI, and Noboru HARATA, was awarded by Japan Society of Traffic Engineers!
On June 29th, 2018, Dean Tatsuya Okubo, School of Engineering, awarded the title “Fellow, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo” to Professor Shengchuan Zhao, Dean of School of Transportation and Logistics, Director of International Office, Dalian University of Technology, China. Prof. Zhao is an alumnus of our research unit.
Our paper “”Metro-MaaS”, an Integrated Mobility Service Concept for Megacities: Concept Proposal and Demand Evaluation Aiming at Future Integration of Autonomous Demand-Responsive-Transit and Existing Public Transportation” (in Japanese), authored by Yohei FUJIGAKI, Kiyoshi TAKAMI, Giancarlos TRONCOSO PARADY and Noboru HARATA, was awarded CPIJ (City Planning Institute of Japan) Best Paper Award 2017!
Assistant Professor Giancarlos Troncoso Parady was awarded as one of promising researchers from the City Planning Institute of Japan with his doctoral dissertation “Re-examining the Built Environment-Travel Behavior Connection: A Case Study of Japanese Cities”.
Our paper “Analysis on the Feasibility of a Shopping Center Cooperative Bus Service Based on Substitutability between Fixed-Route Bus and Courtesy Bus – A Case Study in Misato City” (in Japanese), authored by Yohei FUJIGAKI, Kiyoshi TAKAMI, Nobuaki OHMORI and Noboru HARATA, was awarded CPIJ (City Planning Institute of Japan) Best Paper Award 2012!