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).
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!
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!