MARTA Reach is a program designed to help minimize waiting and walking, eliminating the inconvenience of users having to walk a mile or more to their nearest MARTA station. After a six-month pilot, researchers and officials are now examining the data.
Check this article to learn about MARTA Reach.
A. Russell Chandler III Chair and Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck and his team look at transportation through a different lens.
Civic Innovation Challenge Award Provides $1M for Community-Based Mobility Solution
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1 million Stage 2 Civic Innovation Challenge grant to a team led by Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck to pilot an On-Demand Multimodal Transit System in Atlanta.
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Van Hentenryck gave a keynote on Socially-Aware Mobility Systems at the 2020 South-African OR Society Conference.
How to integrate optimization, machine learning, and model-predictive control for dispatching large-scale ride-sharing systems
Large-Scale Evacuations: 50th anniversary of the journal Networks
The team includes ISyE Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck and the Socially Aware Mobility Lab.
The SAM Lab was awarded the GovTech's Innovation of the Month.
Pascal Van Hentenryck to give a keynote at the 2020 INFORMS Optimization Society Conference.
Georgia Tech-Savannah hosted a “Learners and Leaders” breakfast series on Wednesday, February 19th to discuss how complex factors help determine the best way to execute evacuations. Pascal Van Hentenryck, a professor in the Georgia Tech H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial Systems Engineering, led this discussion.
ISyE Shaping the Future
The interdisciplinary SAM Lab is working to improve Atlanta's traffic problem by making public transportation more user-friendly and convenient.
As ACIE, Van Hentenryck will, among other responsibilities, lead the development of “blue sky” initiatives and build strategic partnerships.
Our work on Socially Aware Mobility was featured in the October 2019 issue of the ISE magazine. Read also the Editor's commentary.
Van Hentenryck has done significant research in the areas of artificial intelligence, data science, and operations research — all of which are essential to address the current problems in mobility.
ISyE's Pascal Van Hentenryck is solving transportation issues through powerful algorithms.