Jishnu Narayan

Jishnu Narayan
University College London | UCL · The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources

PhD
Research Fellow

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8 Research Items
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Introduction
My area of expertise and research interests include modeling transport systems; particularly public transport and on-demand mobility systems and crowd behavior modelling with application that includes public transport and on-demand service design/operations and evacuation modeling. Research approach involves techniques such as agent--based simulation, evolutionary optimisation models, and discrete choice models.
Additional affiliations
June 2016 - October 2020
Delft University of Technology
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
June 2016 - October 2020
Delft University of Technology
Field of study
  • Transport and Planning
July 2011 - August 2013
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Field of study
  • Transportation Engineering

Publications

Publications (8)
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The emergence of on-demand transport services is set to change the mobility landscape in urban areas. This study investigates the potential scalability of an on-demand mobility system to substitute motorised trips performed by private cars and public transport in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. We adopt an agent-based simulation framework and investiga...
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The recent emergence of innovative mobility solutions is changing the mobility landscape in urban areas. However, it remains unknown how the combined operation of private and pooled on-demand services affect service performance and the required dimensioning of the fleet size for such services. This study develops a model to determine the fleet size...
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The recent technological innovations in various ICT platforms have given rise to innovative mobility solutions. Such systems could potentially address some of the inherent shortcomings of a line/schedule based public transport system. Previous studies either assumed that flexible on-demand services are used as an exclusive door-to-door service or o...
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The emergence of innovative mobility services, is changing the way people travel in urban areas. Such systems offer on-demand service (door-to-door or stop-to-stop, individual or shared) to passengers. In addition to providing flexible services to passengers, past studies suggested that such services could effectively absorb the demand for private...
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The emergence of innovative mobility services, is changing the way people travel in urban areas. Such systems offer on-demand service (door-to-door or stop-to-stop, individual or shared) to passengers. In addition to providing flexible services to passengers, past studies suggested that such services could effectively absorb the demand for private...
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--- Open Access http://www.cogitatiopress.com/urbanplanning/article/view/931 --- Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a recent innovative transport concept, anticipated to induce significant changes in the current transport practices. However, there is ambiguity surrounding the concept; it is uncertain what are the core characteristics of MaaS and in w...

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The HARMONY project envisages developing a new generation of harmonised spatial and multimodal transport planning tools which comprehensively model the dynamics of the changing transport sector and spatial organisation, enabling metropolitan area authorities to lead the transition to a low carbon new mobility era in a sustainable manner. Small-scale demonstrations with Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) and drones take place to understand in real-life their requirements and collect data to be used for modelling. The HARMONY model suite is also linked to the EC's EU-wide model TRIMODE to further identify the impact of the concepts and technologies on the TEN-T level. HARMONY's concepts and the model suite are applied and validated on six EU metropolitan areas on six TEN-T corridors: 1. Rotterdam (NL), 2. Oxfordshire (UK), 3. Turin (IT), 4. Athens (GR), 5. Trikala(GR), 6. Upper Silesian-Zaglebie Metropolis (PL).
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This project aims to improve the passenger experience and safety of ultra large passenger ships by developing a new agent-based simulation model based on crowd route choice behavior. This new crowd behavior model (CBM) will be specifically tailored to the unique heterogeneous behavior of the passengers and crew on board and to the unique regulatory and safety requirements associated with ultra large passenger ships. The CBM will include the detailed modeling of local interaction between agents and the generation of consistent and safe trajectories for the agents within a crowded environment.
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This project aims to improve the passenger experience and safety of ultra large passenger ships by developing a new agent-based simulation model based on crowd route choice behavior. This new crowd behavior model (CBM) will be specifically tailored to the unique heterogeneous behavior of the passengers and crew on board and to the unique regulatory and safety requirements associated with ultra large passenger ships. The CBM will include the detailed modeling of local interaction between agents and the generation of consistent and safe trajectories for the agents within a crowded environment.