Jose joined the Centre for Transport studies as a PhD student in October 2015. He is part of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable Civil Engineering. His research area focuses on humanitarian relief, in particular the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and their integration in airspace for humanitarian relief efforts.
Jose holds a MEng degree in Civil Engineering from Imperial College London, from which he graduated in 2015. Jose has worked as an intern in Mott MacDonald, where he was involved in some work for Thames Water’s Tideway Tunnel. Additionally, he has been involved with e.quinox, the student-led, non-profit humanitarian organisation to develop sustainable renewable energy in Rwanda as part of the Hydro Kiosk project.
Otero Arenzana A, Escribano Macias JJ, Angeloudis P, 2020, Design of hospital delivery networks using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Vol:2674, ISSN:0361-1981, Pages:405-418
Escribano-Macias JJ, Angeloudis P, Han K, 2020, Optimal design of Rapid evacuation strategies in constrained urban transport networks, Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, Vol:16, ISSN:2324-9935, Pages:1079-1110
Escribano Macias J, Angeloudis P, Ochieng W, 2020, Optimal hub selection for rapid medical deliveries using unmanned aerial vehicles, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Vol:110, ISSN:0968-090X, Pages:56-80
Escribano Macias J, Angeloudis P, Ochieng W, AIAA Integrated Trajectory-Location-Routing for Rapid Humanitarian Deliveries using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, 2018 Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Conference