Jose is a Research Associate at the Transport Systems and Logistics Laboratory, Centre for Transport Studies at Imperial College London. His research focuses on collaborative vehicle control, optimisation of last-mile logistics, urban air mobility, and machine learning and game theoretical models. He currently works as part of Project D-Risk, which aims at improving the safety of autonomous vehicles to make them a commercial reality.
Jose joined the Centre for Transport Studies in October 2015 as part of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable Civil Engineering and was awarded his Ph.D. in March 2021. His thesis focused on the optimisation of humanitarian relief operations using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Jose has also worked as a consultant for the United Nations World Food Programme in the development of UAV coordination model to improve the safety, efficiency and standardisation of UAV deployments in humanitarian contexts.
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