Dr Panagiotis Angeloudis is Senior Lecturer in Transport Systems and Logistics at Imperial College London. His work focuses on the design and operation of intelligent and autonomous transport systems and their application in the reliable and efficient movement of people and goods across modes.
Panagiotis leads the Transport Systems and Logistics group within the Centre for Transport Studies and the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. He is also Director of the Intelligent Infrastructure and Transport Systems Laboratory and the Port Operations Research and Technology Centre. He holds a doctoral degree in Transport, an MEng in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Imperial, and was previously a Research Fellow at Kyoto University having been awarded with a Fellowship from the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science.
His particular expertise is in multi-agent transportation systems, with consideration of system-level control strategies, financial/societal impacts of their deployment and the design and integration aspects of supporting infrastructure. His work uses numerical analysis and game theory to capture dynamic relationships among agents and mathematical programming/artificial intelligence for the specification of optimal control strategies and network designs.
Recently funded projects focus on the safety validation of autonomous vehicles using large scale simulations, the design of mobility as a service platforms that are integrated with public transport networks, development of resilience analysis methodologies for passenger and freight transport networks, and the use of unmanned aerial systems in humanitarian response.
He has provided advice to Government departments, and was recently appointed to the UK Department for Transport Expert Panel for Maritime 2050 and involved in the Future of Mobility review by the UK Government Office for Science.
Within Imperial, he contributes to teaching on Transport Systems, Operations Research, and Maritime Transport and leads a team of ten PhD students and four postdocs. He is Theme Leader in Production Systems at the Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation, Transport Systems Champion at the Institute for Security Science and Technology, affiliate of the Grantham Institute and member of the Imperial Robotics Forum.
Three postdoctoral positions are available at the Transport Systems and Logistics Laboratory, linked to a collaborative project that will develop a simulation-based safety validation framework for autonomous vehicles:
Applicants should hold a PhD in Engineering, Computer Science or Mathematics for appointment at Research Associate Level, or be close to obtaining a PhD (or equivalent) for appointment at Research Assistant level. The deadline for applications is on the 10th of September.
Recruitment (PhD Students)
We welcome PhD applicants in the areas of:
- Design and control of autonomous transport systems.
- Urban Logistics
- Demand Responsive Transportation
- Autonomous Vessels for Short-Sea Shipping
- AV/UAS Traffic Management
et al., 2016, Spot sale of uncommitted LNG from Middle East: Japan or the UK?, Energy Policy, Vol:96, ISSN:0301-4215, Pages:717-725
Anvari B, Angeloudis P, Ochieng WY, A Multi-Objective GA-based Optimisation for Holistic Manufacturing,transportation and Assembly of Precast Construction, Automation in Construction, ISSN:0926-5805
et al., 2016, Modelling the impact of liner shipping network perturbations on container cargo routing: Southeast Asia to Europe application., Accid Anal Prev
Angeloudis P, Greco L, Bell MGH, 2016, Strategic maritime container service design in oligopolistic markets, Transportation Research Part B - Methodological, Vol:90, ISSN:0191-2615, Pages:22-37
Angeloudis P, Fisk D, 2006, Large subway systems as complex networks, Physica A - Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications, Vol:367, ISSN:0378-4371, Pages:553-558