Jee Eun "Jamie" Kang

PhD

Jee Eun "Jamie" Kang

Jee Eun "Jamie" Kang

PhD

Jee Eun "Jamie" Kang

PhD

Research Topics

Transportation modeling; applied operations research

Contact Information

409 Bell Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-2427

jeeeunka@buffalo.edu

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Publications

* Students/visiting scholars advised by JE Kang

  • Khayati Y*, JE Kang, MH Karwan, and CC Murray, Household Use of Autonomous Vehicles: Modeling Framework, to be submitted
  • Zhu X* and JE Kang, Dynamic Bus Routing for Evacuation, to be submitted
  • Wu L*, JE Kang, Y Chung, and A Nikolaev, Monitoring Multimodal Travel Environment Using Automatic Fare Collection Data: Data Processing and Travelers' Route Choice, to be submitted
  • Zhang A*, JE Kang, K Axhausen, and C Kwon, Multi-day Activity-Travel Pattern Sampling Based on Single-Day Data: Application of Battery Electric Vehicle Feasibility Assessment, under review
  • Khayati Y* and JE Kang, A Comprehensive Scenario Analysis of Household Use of Battery Electric Vehicles, under review
  • Dian S*, JE Kang, and R Batta, Optimization of Evacuation Warnings Prior to Hurricane Disaster, under review
  • Liu J, JE Kang, X Zhou, and R Pendyala, Network-Oriented Household Activity Pattern Problem for System Optimization, under review
  • Xu Z*, JE Kang, and RB Chen, A Random Utility Based Estimation Framework for the Household Activity Pattern Problem, 
    Under Review
  • Ebadi N*, JE Kang, and S Hasan, Constructing Activity-Mobility Trajectory Patterns of College Students based on Smart Card Transaction Data, Under Review
  • Haider Z, A Nikolaev, JE Kang, and C Kwon, Inventory Rebalancing through Pricing in Public Bike Sharing Systems, Under Review
  • Zhang A*, JE Kang, and C Kwon (2017), Incorporating Demand Dynamics in Multi-Period Capacitated Recharging Location Planning for Electric Vehicles, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, accepted
  • Swamy R*, JE Kang, R Batta, and Y Chung (2017) Hurricane Evacuation Planning Using Public Transportation, Socio Economic Planning Sciences, accepted
  • Kumar AA*, JE Kang, C Kwon, and A Nikolaev (2016) Inferring Origin-Destination Pairs and Utility-Based Travel Preferences for Shared Mobility System Users in a Multi-Modal Environment, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 91, 270-291
  • Kang JE and A Chen (2016) Constructing the Feasible Space-Time Region of the Household Activity Pattern Problem, Transportmetrica Part A: Transportation Science, 12-7, 591-611
  • Kang JE and WW Recker (2015) Strategic hydrogen refueling station locations with scheduling and routing considerations of individual vehicles, Transportation Science, 49(4):767-783
  • Kang JE and WW Recker (2014) Measuring the inconvenience of operating an alternative fuel vehicle, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 40, 30-40
  • Kang JE, TM Brown, WW Recker, and GS Samuelsen (2014) Refueling hydrogen fuel cell vehicles with 68 proposed refueling stations in California: measuring deviations from daily travel patterns, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39-7, 3444-3449
  • Kang JE, JYJ Chow, and WW Recker (2013) On activity-based network design problems, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 57, 398-418
  • Kang JE and WW Recker (2013) The location selection problem for the household activity pattern problem, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 55, 75-97
  • Stephens-Romero SD, TM Brown, M Carreras-Sospedra, JE Kang, J Brouwer, D Dabdub, WW Recker, and GS Samuelsen (2011) Projecting full built-out environmental impacts and roll-out strategies associated with viable hydrogen fueling infrastructure strategies, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 36-22, 14309-14323
  • Stephens-Romero SD, TM Brown, JE Kang, WW Recker, and GS Samuelsen (2010) Systematic planning to optimize investments in hydrogen infrastructure deployment, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35-10, 4652-4667
  • Kang JE and WW Recker (2009) An activity-based assessment of the potential impacts of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles on energy and emissions using 1-day travel data, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 14-8, 541-556 

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