LUMS academics present at leading transportation analysis conference

Konstantinos Zografos

Konstantinos G. Zografos, Director of the Centre for Transport and Logistics (CENTRAL) and Fotios Katsigiannis, doctoral student in CENTRAL, participated in the Tenth Triennial Symposium on Transportation Analysis (TRISTAN X) which took place at Hamilton Island, Queensland, Australia last month.

The TRISTAN symposium is an opportunity to showcase recent research and applications in transportation analysis and transportation science. Earlier TRISTAN symposiums have established a tradition of a symposium of high scientific quality, with lots of interaction during and outside the technical sessions, a good sense of community, and enriching and enjoyable social tours. It was attended by over 100 academics, researchers and practitioners from across the world who convened to discuss mathematical models, methodologies and computational results, and to exchange ideas on advanced applications and technologies in transportation.

Professor Konstantinos G. Zografos presented the paper entitled “A mathematical model and a solution algorithm for the electric vehicle routing problem with nonstationary battery swapping”, authored by Ramin Raeesi and Konstantinos G. Zografos.

Fotios Katsigiannis presented a paper titled “Optimising multi-level, multi-objective airport slot scheduling decisions” authored by Fotios Katsigiannis and Konstantinos Zografos.

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