Imperial College London

Panagiotis Angeloudis

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Reader in Transport Systems and Logistics
 
 
 
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Chow AHF, Kuo Y-H, Angeloudis P, Bell MGHet al., 2022, Dynamic modelling and optimisation of transportation systems in the connected era, TRANSPORTMETRICA B-TRANSPORT DYNAMICS, Vol: 10, Pages: 801-802, ISSN: 2168-0566

Journal article

Ngu E, Parada L, Macias JJE, Angeloudis Pet al., 2022, Decentralised Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Approach for the Same-Day Delivery Problem, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, ISSN: 0361-1981

Journal article

Zhang X, Angeloudis P, Demiris Y, 2022, ST CrossingPose: A Spatial-Temporal Graph Convolutional Network for Skeleton-based Pedestrian Crossing Intention Prediction, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems

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Zhang X, Feng Y, Angeloudis P, Demiris Yet al., 2022, Monocular visual traffic surveillance: a review, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, ISSN: 1524-9050

To facilitate the monitoring and management of modern transportation systems, monocular visual traffic surveillance systems have been widely adopted for speed measurement, accident detection, and accident prediction. Thanks to the recent innovations in computer vision and deep learning research, the performance of visual traffic surveillance systems has been significantly improved. However, despite this success, there is a lack of survey papers that systematically review these new methods. Therefore, we conduct a systematic review of relevant studies to fill this gap and provide guidance to future studies. This paper is structured along the visual information processing pipeline that includes object detection, object tracking, and camera calibration. Moreover, we also include important applications of visual traffic surveillance systems, such as speed measurement, behavior learning, accident detection and prediction. Finally, future research directions of visual traffic surveillance systems are outlined.

Journal article

Ye Q, Feng Y, Candela E, Escribano Macias J, Stettler M, Angeloudis Pet al., 2022, Spatial-temporal flows-adaptive street layout control using reinforcement learning, Sustainability, Vol: 14, ISSN: 2071-1050

Complete streets scheme makes seminal contributions to securing the basic public right-of-way (ROW), improving road safety, and maintaining high traffic efficiency for all modes of commute. However, such a popular street design paradigm also faces endogenous pressures like the appeal to a more balanced ROW for non-vehicular users. In addition, the deployment of Autonomous Vehicle (AV) mobility is likely to challenge the conventional use of the street space as well as this scheme. Previous studies have invented automated control techniques for specific road management issues, such as traffic light control and lane management. Whereas models and algorithms that dynamically calibrate the ROW of road space corresponding to travel demands and place-making requirements still represent a research gap. This study proposes a novel optimal control method that decides the ROW of road space assigned to driveways and sidewalks in real-time. To solve this optimal control task, a reinforcement learning method is introduced that employs a microscopic traffic simulator, namely SUMO, as its environment. The model was trained for 150 episodes using a four-legged intersection and joint AVs-pedestrian travel demands of a day. Results evidenced the effectiveness of the model in both symmetric and asymmetric road settings. After being trained by 150 episodes, our proposed model significantly increased its comprehensive reward of both pedestrians and vehicular traffic efficiency and sidewalk ratio by 10.39%. Decisions on the balanced ROW are optimised as 90.16% of the edges decrease the driveways supply and raise sidewalk shares by approximately 9%. Moreover, during 18.22% of the tested time slots, a lane-width equivalent space is shifted from driveways to sidewalks, minimising the travel costs for both an AV fleet and pedestrians. Our study primarily contributes to the modelling architecture and algorithms concerning centralised and real-time ROW management. Prospective applications out o

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Mijic A, Whyte J, Myers R, Angeloudis P, Cardin M-A, Stettler M, Ochieng Wet al., 2021, Reply to a discussion of 'a research agenda on systems approaches to infrastructure' by david elms, Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems: decision making and problem solving, Vol: 38, Pages: 295-297, ISSN: 0263-0257

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Anastasiadis E, Angeloudis P, Ainalis D, Ye Q, Hsu P-Y, Karamanis R, Escribano Macias J, Stettler Met al., 2021, On the selection of charging facility locations for EV-based ride-hailing services: a computational case study, Sustainability, Vol: 13, ISSN: 2071-1050

The uptake of Electric Vehicles (EVs) is rapidly changing the landscape of urban mobility services. Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) have been following this trend by increasing the number of EVs in their fleets. Recently, major TNCs have explored the prospect of establishing privately owned charging facilities that will enable faster and more economic charging. Given the scale and complexity of TNC operations, such decisions need to consider both the requirements of TNCs and local planning regulations. Therefore, an optimisation approach is presented to model the placement of CSs with the objective of minimising the empty time travelled to the nearest CS for recharging as well as the installation cost. An agent based simulation model has been set in the area of Chicago to derive the recharging spots of the TNC vehicles, and in turn derive the charging demand. A mathematical formulation for the resulting optimisation problem is provided alongside a genetic algorithm that can produce solutions for large problem instances. Our results refer to a representative set of the total data for Chicago and indicate that nearly 180 CSs need to be installed to handle the demand of a TNC fleet of 3000 vehicles.

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Whyte J, Mijic A, Myers RJ, Angeloudis P, Cardin M, Stettler M, Ochieng Wet al., 2020, A research agenda on systems approaches to infrastructure, Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, Vol: 37, Pages: 214-233, ISSN: 1029-0249

At a time of system shocks, significant underlying challenges are revealed in current approaches to delivering infrastructure, including that infrastructure users in many societies feel distant from nature. We set out a research agenda on systems approaches to infrastructure, drawing on ten years of interdisciplinary work on operating infrastructure, infrastructure interventions and lifecycles. Research insights and directions on complexity, systems integration, data-driven systems engineering, infrastructure life-cycles, and the transition towards zero pollution are summarised. This work identifies a need to better understand the natural and societal impacts of infrastructure interventions under uncertainty. We argue for a change in current approaches to infrastructure: starting from the natural environment and its resources, encompassing societal use of infrastructure and the supporting infrastructure assets and services. To support such proposed new systems approaches to infrastructure, researchers need to develop novel modelling methods, forms of model integration, and multi-criteria indicators.

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Escribano Macias J, Goldbeck N, Hsu P-Y, Angeloudis P, Ochieng Wet al., 2020, Endogenous stochastic optimisation for relief distribution assisted with unmanned aerial vehicles, OR SPECTRUM, Vol: 42, Pages: 1089-1125, ISSN: 0171-6468

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been increasingly viewed as useful tools to assist humanitarian response in recent years. While organisations already employ UAVs for damage assessment during relief delivery, there is a lack of research into formalising a problem that considers both aspects simultaneously. This paper presents a novel endogenous stochastic vehicle routing problem that coordinates UAV and relief vehicle deployments to minimise overall mission cost. The algorithm considers stochastic damage levels in a transport network, with UAVs surveying the network to determine the actual network damages. Ground vehicles are simultaneously routed based on the information gathered by the UAVs. A case study based on the Haiti road network is solved using a greedy solution approach and an adapted genetic algorithm. Both methods provide a significant improvement in vehicle travel time compared to a deterministic approach and a non-assisted relief delivery operation, demonstrating the benefits of UAV-assisted response.

Journal article

Karamanis R, Anastasiadis E, Stettler M, Angeloudis Pet al., 2020, Vehicle redistribution in ride-sourcing markets using convex minimum cost flows

Ride-sourcing platforms often face imbalances in the demand and supply ofrides across areas in their operating road-networks. As such, dynamic pricingmethods have been used to mediate these demand asymmetries through surge pricemultipliers, thus incentivising higher driver participation in the market.However, the anticipated commercialisation of autonomous vehicles couldtransform the current ride-sourcing platforms to fleet operators. The absenceof human drivers fosters the need for empty vehicle management to address anyvehicle supply deficiencies. Proactive redistribution using integer programmingand demand predictive models have been proposed in research to address thisproblem. A shortcoming of existing models, however, is that they ignore themarket structure and underlying customer choice behaviour. As such, currentmodels do not capture the real value of redistribution. To resolve this, weformulate the vehicle redistribution problem as a non-linear minimum cost flowproblem which accounts for the relationship of supply and demand of rides, byassuming a customer discrete choice model and a market structure. Wedemonstrate that this model can have a convex domain, and we introduce an edgesplitting algorithm to solve a transformed convex minimum cost flow problem forvehicle redistribution. By testing our model using simulation, we show that ourredistribution algorithm can decrease wait times up to 50% and increase vehicleutilization up to 8%. Our findings outline that the value of redistribution iscontingent on localised market structure and customer behaviour.

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Hsu P-Y, Aurisicchio M, Angeloudis P, Whyte Jet al., 2020, Understanding and visualizing schedule deviations in construction projects using fault tree analysis, Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol: 27, Pages: 2501-2522, ISSN: 0969-9988

Delays in construction projects are both disruptive and expensive. Thus, potential causes of schedule deviation need to be identified and mitigated. In previous research, delay factors were predominantly identified through surveys administered to stakeholders in construction projects. Such delay factors are typically considered individually and presented at the same level without explicitly examining their sequence of occurrence and inter-relationships. In reality, owing to the complex structure of construction projects and long execution time, non-conformance to schedule occurs by a chain of cascading events. An understanding of these linkages is important not only for minimising the delays but also for revealing the liability of stakeholders. To explicitly illustrate the cause–effect and logical relationship between delay factors and further identify the primary factors which possess the highest significance toward the overall project schedule delay, the fault tree analysis (FTA) method, a widely implemented approach to root cause problems in safety-critical systems, has been systematically and rigorously executed.

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Karamanis R, Anastasiadis E, Angeloudis P, Stettler Met al., 2020, Assignment and pricing of shared rides in ride-sourcing using combinatorial double auctions, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol: 22, Pages: 5648-5659, ISSN: 1524-9050

Transportation Network Companies employ dynamic pricing methods at periods of peak travel to incentivise driver participation and balance supply and demand for rides. Surge pricing multipliers are commonly used and are applied following demand and estimates of customer and driver trip valuations. Combinatorial double auctions have been identified as a suitable alternative, as they can achieve maximum social welfare in the allocation by relying on customers and drivers stating their valuations. A shortcoming of current models, however, is that they fail to account for the effects of trip detours that take place in shared trips and their impact on the accuracy of pricing estimates. To resolve this, we formulate a new shared-ride assignment and pricing algorithm using combinatorial double auctions. We demonstrate that this model is reduced to a maximum weighted independent set model, which is known to be APX-hard. A fast local search heuristic is also presented, which is capable of producing results that lie within 10% of the exact approach for practical implementations. Our proposed algorithm could be used as a fast and reliable assignment and pricing mechanism of ride-sharing requests to vehicles during peak travel times.

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Yu J, Stettler MEJ, Angeloudis P, Hu S, Chen XMet al., 2020, Urban network-wide traffic speed estimation with massive ride-sourcing GPS traces, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Vol: 112, Pages: 136-152, ISSN: 0968-090X

The ability to obtain accurate estimates of city-wide urban traffic patterns is essential for the development of effective intelligent transportation systems and the efficient operation of smart mobility platforms. This paper focuses on the network-wide traffic speed estimation, using trajectory data generated by a city-wide fleet of ride-sourcing vehicles equipped with GPS-capable smartphones. A cell-based map-matching technique is proposed to link vehicle trajectories with road geometries, and to produce network-wide spatio-temporal speed matrices. Data limitations are addressed using the Schatten p-norm matrix completion algorithm, which can minimize speed estimation errors even with high rates of data unavailability. A case study using data from Chengdu, China, demonstrates that the algorithm performs well even in situations involving continuous data loss over a few hours, and consequently, addresses large-scale network-wide traffic state estimation problems with missing data, while at the same time outperforming other data recovery techniques that were used as benchmarks. Our approach can be used to generate congestion maps that can help monitor and visualize traffic dynamics across the network, and therefore form the basis for new traffic management, proactive congestion identification, and congestion mitigation strategies.

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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, Pages: 1079-1110, ISSN: 2324-9935

Large-scale evacuations constitute common life-saving exercises that are activated in many disaster response campaigns. Their effectiveness is often inhibited by traffic congestion, disrupted and imperfect coordination mechanisms, and the poor state of the underlying transportation networks. To address this problem, this paper presents a hybrid simulation-optimisation methodology to optimise evacuation response strategies through demand staging and signal phasing. We introduce a pre-planning model that evaluates evacuation policies, using a low-level dynamic traffic assignment model that captures the effects of congestion, queuing and vehicle spillback. Optimal strategies are determined using derivative-free optimisation algorithms, applied to an evacuation problem based on a benchmark dataset. The effects of varying the number of activated paths and the frequency of departure under different network conditions are observed. Our analysis indicates that combined departure time scheduling and signal phasing is a promising method to improve evacuation efficiency when compared to a worst-case benchmark scenario.

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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, Pages: 56-80, ISSN: 0968-090X

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are being increasingly deployed in humanitarian response operations. Beyond regulations, vehicle range and integration with the humanitarian supply chain inhibit their deployment. To address these issues, we present a novel bi-stage operational planning approach that consists of a trajectory optimisation algorithm (that considers multiple flight stages), and a hub selection-routing algorithm that incorporates a new battery management heuristic. We apply the algorithm to a hypothetical response mission in Taiwan after the Chi-Chi earthquake of 1999 considering mission duration and distribution fairness. Our analysis indicates that UAV fleets can be used to provide rapid relief to populations of 20,000 individuals in under 24 h. Additionally, the proposed methodology achieves significant reductions in mission duration and battery stock requirements with respect to conservative energy estimations and other heuristics.

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Goldbeck N, Angeloudis P, Ochieng W, 2020, Optimal supply chain resilience with consideration of failure propagation and repair logistics, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Vol: 133, Pages: 1-20, ISSN: 1366-5545

The joint optimisation of investments in capacity and repair capability of production and logistics systems at risk of being damaged is an important aspect of supply chain resilience that is not sufficiently addressed by state-of-the-art modelling approaches. Furthermore, logistical issues of procuring repair resources impact speed of recovery but are not considered in most existing models. This paper presents a novel multi-stage stochastic programming model that optimizes pre-disruption investment decisions, as well as post-disruption dynamic adjustment of supply chain operations and allocation of repair resources. A case study demonstrates how the method can quantify the effects of pooling repair resources.

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Hsu P-Y, Aurisicchio M, Angeloudis P, 2019, Risk-averse supply chain for modular construction projects, Automation in Construction, Vol: 106, Pages: 1-12, ISSN: 0926-5805

The traditional in-situ construction method is currently being replaced by modular building systems, that take advantage of modern manufacturing, transportation, and assembly methods. This transformation poses a challenge to construction supply chains, which have, thus far, been concentrated on raw material transportation only. A mathematical model is conceived in this study for the design and optimisation of risk-averse logistics configurations for modular construction projects under operational uncertainty. The model considers the manufacturing, storage, and assembly stages, along with the selection of optimal warehouse locations. Using robust optimisation, the model accounts for common causes of schedule deviations in construction sites, including inclement weather, late deliveries, labour productivity fluctuations and crane malfunctions. A school dormitory construction project is used as a case study, demonstrating that the proposed model outperforms existing techniques in settings with multiple sources of uncertainty.

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Goldbeck N, Angeloudis P, Ochieng WY, 2019, Resilience assessment for interdependent urban infrastructure systems using dynamic network flow models, Reliability Engineering and System Safety, Vol: 188, Pages: 62-79, ISSN: 0951-8320

Critical infrastructure systems are becoming increasingly interdependent, which can exacerbate the impacts of disruptive events through cascading failures, hindered asset repairs and network congestion. Current resilience assessment methods fall short of fully capturing such interdependency effects as they tend to model asset reliability and network flows separately and often rely on static flow assignment methods. In this paper, we develop an integrated, dynamic modelling and simulation framework that combines network and asset representations of infrastructure systems and models the optimal response to disruptions using a rolling planning horizon. The framework considers dependencies pertaining to failure propagation, system-of-systems architecture and resources required for operating and repairing assets. Stochastic asset failure is captured by a scenario tree generation algorithm whereas the redistribution of network flows and the optimal deployment of repair resources are modelled using a minimum cost flow approach. A case study on London's metro and electric power networks shows how the proposed methodology can be used to assess the resilience of city-scale infrastructure systems to a local flooding incident and estimate the value of the resilience loss triangle for different levels of hazard exposure and repair capabilities.

Journal article

Achurra-Gonzalez PE, Angeloudis P, Goldbeck N, Graham D, Zavitsas K, Stettler Met al., 2019, Evaluation of port disruption impacts in the global liner shipping network, Journal of Shipping and Trade, Vol: 4, Pages: 1-21, ISSN: 2364-4575

The global container shipping network is vital to international trade. Current techniques for its vulnerability assessment are constrained due to the lack of historical disruption data and computational limitations due to typical network sizes. We address these modelling challenges by developing a new framework, composed by a game-theoretic attacker-defender model and a cost-based container assignment model that can identify systemic vulnerabilities in the network. Given its focus on logic and structure, the proposed framework has minimal input data requirements and does not rely on the presence of extensive historical disruption data. Numerical implementations are carried in a global-scale liner network where disruptions occur in Europe’s main container ports. Model outputs are used to establish performance baselines for the network and illus-trate the differences in regional vulnerability levels and port criticality rankings with different disruption magnitudes and flow diversion strategies. Sensitivity analysis of these outputs identifies network compo-nents that are more susceptible to lower levels of disruption which are more common in practice and to assess the effectiveness of component-level interventions seeking to increase the resilience of the system.

Journal article

Achurra-Gonzalez PE, Novati M, Foulser-Piggott R, Graham DJ, Bowman G, Bell MGH, Angeloudis Pet al., 2019, Modelling the impact of liner shipping network perturbations on container cargo routing: Southeast Asia to Europe application, Accident Analysis & Prevention, Vol: 123, Pages: 399-410

Understanding how container routing stands to be impacted by different scenarios of liner shipping network perturbations such as natural disasters or new major infrastructure developments is of key importance for decision-making in the liner shipping industry. The variety of actors and processes within modern supply chains and the complexity of their relationships have previously led to the development of simulation-based models, whose application has been largely compromised by their dependency on extensive and often confidential sets of data. This study proposes the application of optimisation techniques less dependent on complex data sets in order to develop a quantitative framework to assess the impacts of disruptive events on liner shipping networks. We provide a categorization of liner network perturbations, differentiating between systemic and external and formulate a container assignment model that minimises routing costs extending previous implementations to allow feasible solutions when routing capacity is reduced below transport demand. We develop a base case network for the Southeast Asia to Europe liner shipping trade and review of accidents related to port disruptions for two scenarios of seismic and political conflict hazards. Numerical results identify alternative routing paths and costs in the aftermath of port disruptions scenarios and suggest higher vulnerability of intra-regional connectivity.

Journal article

Liu Q, Hu S, Angeloudis P, Wang Y, Zhang L, Yang Q, Li Yet al., 2019, Simulation and Evaluation of CAVs Behavior in an Isolated Signalized Intersection Equipped with Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer System, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (IEEE-ITSC), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 2207-2212, ISSN: 2153-0009

Conference paper

Hsu P-Y, Angeloudis P, Aurisicchio M, 2018, Optimal logistics planning for modular construction using two-stage stochastic programming, AUTOMATION IN CONSTRUCTION, Vol: 94, Pages: 47-61, ISSN: 0926-5805

Journal article

Haughton TW, Angeloudis P, Parpas P, Aurisicchio Met al., 2018, Optimal Component Modularisation of Process Plants for Modular Construction, EURO 2018

Conference paper

Ainalis D, Achurra-Gonzalez P, Gaudin A, Garcia de la Cruz JM, Angeloudis P, Ochieng WY, Stettler MEJet al., 2018, Ultra-Capacitor based kinetic energy recovery system for heavy goods vehicles, 15th International Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Transport Technology, Publisher: International Forum for Heavy Vehicle Transport & Technology

The Climate Change Act 2008 commits the UK to reduce the Greenhouse Gas emissions by 80% by 2050 relative to 1990 levels. While Heavy Goods Vehicles and buses contribute about 4% of the total Greenhouse Gas emissions in the UK, these emissions only decrease by 10% between 1990 and 2015. Urban areas are particularly susceptible to emissions and can have a significant impact upon the health of residents. For Heavy Goods Vehicles, braking losses are one of the most significant losses. A Kinetic Energy Recovery System can help reduce these emissions, and increase fuel efficiency by up to 30 %. This paper describes an InnovateUK funded project aimed at evaluating the technical and economic feasibility of a retrofitted Kinetic Energy Recovery System on Heavy Goods Vehicles through an operational trial, controlled emissions and fuel tests, and numerical modelling. A series of preliminary results using a numerical vehicle model is compared with operational data, along with simulations comparing the fuel efficiency of a Heavy Goods Vehicle with and without the KERS.

Conference paper

Karamanis R, Angeloudis P, Sivakumar A, Stettler Met al., 2018, Market dynamics between public transport and competitive ride-sourcing providers, 7th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation, Publisher: hEART

Conference paper

Escribano Macias J, Angeloudis P, Ochieng W, 2018, AIAA Integrated Trajectory-Location-Routing for Rapid Humanitarian Deliveries using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, 2018 Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Conference

Conference paper

Achurra Gonzalez PE, Angeloudis P, Zavitsas K, Niknejad S, Graham Det al., 2017, Attacker-defender modelling of vulnerability in maritime logistics corridors, Advances in Shipping Data Analysis and Modeling: Tracking and Mapping Maritime Flows in the Age of Big Data, Editors: Ducruet, ISBN: 9781351985093

Book chapter

Hsu P-Y, Aurisicchio M, Angeloudis P, 2017, Supply chain design for modular construction projects, 25th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction (IGLC), Publisher: IGLC, ISSN: 2309-0979

The construction sector is currently undergoing a shift from stick-built construction techniques to modular building systems. If construction supply chains are to support this transformation, they need to be modified and strengthened using an adapted logistics system. The aim of this study is to establish a mathematical model for the logistics of modular construction covering the three common tiers of operations: manufacturing, storage and construction. Previous studies have indicated that construction site delays constitute the largest cause of schedule deviations. Using the model outlined in this paper we seek to determine how factory manufacturing and inventory management should be adapted to variations in demand on the construction site. We propose a Mixed Integer Linear Programming model that captures construction scenarios with demands for modular products that are either foreseeable or abruptly disrupted. The use of the model is illustrated through a case study of bathroom pods for a building project. The model outputs include supply chain configurations that reduce total costs across a range of scenarios. The model could serve as a decision support tool for modular construction logistics.

Conference paper

Nikhalat-Jahromi H, Angeloudis P, Bell MGH, Cochrane RAet al., 2017, Global LNG trade: A comprehensive up to date analysis, Maritime Economics & Logistics, Vol: 19, Pages: 160-181

Journal article

Karamanis R, Niknejad A, Angeloudis P, 2017, A Fleet Sizing Algorithm for Autonomous Car Sharing, Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting

Conference paper

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