ICMC2022 @ Reykjavík, Iceland

We (I and two students, Haewon san and Keishi kun) participated in the 7th The International Choice Modelling Conference (ICMC 2022) held on May 23-25, 2022 in Reykjavik, Iceland (http://www.icmconference.org.uk/2022-icmc-reykjavik.html).

Conference venue
Conference venue

Keishi kun presented the work entitled Exploring the effects of response lag on model estimation results using a real-time context-aware stated preference survey data (Authors: Fujiwara, K., Varghese, V., Chikaraishi, M., Maruyama, T., Fujiwara, A.)

Haewon san presented the work entitled Capturing people’s perceived safety under a new transport environment with V2V and V2I communications based on a comparison of real and virtual experiences (Authors, Namgung, H., Chikaraishi, M., Fujiwara, A.)

Congratulations on Excellent jobs!

bar near the venue
bar near the venue

We also presented the following work: Fukuda, D., Chikaraishi, M., Nakagawa, S., Ono, T.: A unified survey and estimation framework for valuing travel time reliability. And, thankfully, there are two presentations citing our q-generalized logit (Nakayama & Chikaraishi, 2015; Chikaraishi & Nakayama, 2016). Thanks a lot, Fiore and Araki kun!