Senior Scientist at IRT SystemX, responsible for the scientific axis on scientific computing and optimization.
Head of the Anthropolis chair, focussing on human centered mobility.
Co-director of the future cities lab at Centrale Pékin.
Mobility and Urban Futures
The future of cities is strongly related to the evolution of their transport systems. Within the Anthropolis chair we are mainly considereing mobility of people in cities.
We are interested in understanding urban environments on diferent scales, using data analysis, participative approaches, simulation, and optimization.
Our main goal is to develop sustainable human centric solutions leading towards more livable cities.
Urban logistics and especially vehicle routing optimization is an essential part of my researching. I focus on novel optimization problems such as electric vehicle routing or multi-echelon deliveries using robotic vehicles (ground drones). The main objective in treating such problems is to reduce the environmental impact of delivery systems
The interaction with passenger transport and the sharing economy are also fields of interest, and pose very challenging questions in terms of vehicle and acitvity synchronisation.
Michele Tirico Postdoctoral researcher of the Future Cities Lab
Adam Abdin Assistant Professor at CentraleSupélec and member of the Future Cities Lab
Flore Vallet Senior Researcher within the Anthropolis Chair at IRT SystemX and CentraleSupélec
Tjark Gall PhD student supervised by Bernard Yannou, Flore Vallet and Sylvie Douzou within the Anthropolis Chair at IRT SystemX and CentraleSupélec
Sebastian Hörl Researcher within the LEAD project at IRT SystemX
Current PhD Students
Yue Su, Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec and IRT SystemX, Optimization models and methods for solving dial-a-ride problems with electric vehicles. Co-supervised with Nicolas Dupin.
Tarek Chouaki, Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec and IRT SystemX, Stochastic optimization and reinforcement learning for the design by simulation of on-demand mobility systems . Co-supervised with Sebastian Hörl.
Laura Mariana Reyes Madrigal, Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec and IRT SystemX, Mobility as a Service: concepts, governance and business models. Co-supervised with Isabelle Nicolaï and Virginie Boutueil.
Ouidad Benhlima , Centrale Casablanca et Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec , Urban mobility in emerging countries: Data analysis and simulation. Centrale Casablanca, Morocco and Ecole doctorale Interfaces. Co-supervised with Fouad Riane.
Julien Baltazar, Université Paris Saclay - CentraleSupélec, Ecodesign of an electric mobility system combining vehicles, infrastructures, users and territory. Co-supervised with Flore Vallet and Nicolas Perry.
Past PhD Students
Ouail Al Maghraoui, 29/01/2019, Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec and IRT SystemX, Designing for urban mobility: Modeling the traveler experience. Co-supervised with Flore Vallet and bernard Yannou. https://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-02043534
Abood Mourad, 14/06/2019, Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec and IRT SystemX, The synchronization of shared mobility flows in urban environments. Co-supervised with Chengbin Chu. https://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-02286031
Réza Vosooghi, 28/10/2019, Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec and IRT SystemX, Shared Autonomous Vehicle Service Design, Modeling, and Simulation. Co-supervised with Marija Jankovic.
Gerhard Hiermann, 22/11/2019, University of Vienna, Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, Solving vehicle routing problems with a hybrid heterogeneous fleet. Co-supervised with Richard Hartl.
Shaohua Yu, 18/12/2020, Northwestern Polytechnic University, Xi'an and Université Paris-Saclay - CentraleSupélec and IRT SystemX, Optimization models and methods for tour planning in smart urban logistics. Co-supervised with Shudong Sun.
Ulrike Ritzinger, 13/11/2021, University of Vienna, Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, Health Logistics: Dynamic Stochastic Fleet Management. Co-supervised with Richard Hartl.