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Discrete Choice Modelling & Cause-Effect Case Studies

When:
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Time:
9:00am - 12:15pm
Where:
Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor, Kelvin Suite, 1-9 Grosvenor Terrace, Glasgow, UK get directions

The Urban Big Data Centre in conjunction with SASNet invite you to participate in a free training seminar on Discrete Choice Modelling & Cause-Effect Case Studies, featuring Chandra Bhat, Director of theCenter for Transport Research (CTR), Professor of Engineering and Economics at the University of Texas at Austin, and a world-renowned expert in the area of transportation and urban policy design.

The seminar will provide time for discussion and networking around featured talks by Prof. Bhat:

  • Introduction to Discrete Choice Modelling
  • Cause-Effect Relationships in Residential, Auto Ownership, and Activity Choices (see abstract below)

This free event will be held at the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor in their spacious Kelvin Suite meeting room and will be relevant to anyone with an interest in big data, transportation, and urban data analysis. It will be methods-focused and especially relevant to those interested in modelling complex and heterogeneous forms of data.

***Please note: Registration via Eventbrite is requested for catering purposes. 

Register Here

If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact: Keith.Maynard@glasgow.ac.uk

 

Programme

09h00 – 09h30:  Registration with Coffee/tea and pastries provided

09h30 – 09h35:  Introduction: Prof. Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah (Director, Urban Big Data Centre) will give an introduction to the seminar within the background context of the SASNet project.

09h35 – 10h35:  Lecture: “Introduction to Discrete Choice Modelling”

10h35 – 10h45:  Q&A discussion

10h45 – 11h00:  Mid-Morning Break with Coffee/tea and selection of muffins

11h00 – 12h00:  Lecture: “Cause-Effect Relationships in Residential, Auto Ownership, and Activity Choices” (see abstract below)

12h00 – 12h15:  Q&A discussion, closing comments

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