TOMNET Leadership Webinar Series


Opening Remarks and Welcome (PDF)
– Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Georgia Institute of Technology

Project Overview and Results from the Initial Phoenix Pilot Survey (PDF)
– Ram M. Pendyala, Denise Capasso da Silva, and Sara Khoeini, Arizona State University

Comparison of Alternative Survey Recruitment/Deployment Methods (PDF)
– Giovanni Circella, Georgia Institute of Technology

People’s Lifestyle Preferences, Attitudes, and Travel Patterns (PDF)
– Nikhil Menon and Michael Maness, University of South Florida

Residential Choice Preferences in Relation to New Mobility Options (PDF)
– Deborah Salon, Arizona State University

Autonomous Vehicles: Potential Travel Behavior Implications (PDF)
– Michael Maness, University of South Florida

Micro-mobility and Ridehailing Services: Current Use and Perceptions (PDF)
– Yongsung Lee, Giovanni Circella, and Patricia Mokhtarian, Georgia Institute of Technology

Willingness to Share Ridehailing Trips: Revealed and Stated Preferences (PDF)
– Shuqing Kang and Chandra Bhat, University of Texas Austin

Autonomous Vehicles: Familiarity, Awareness, and Perceptions (PDF)
– Sara Khoeini, Arizona State University

Future Vehicle Ownership Patterns in an Era of Autonomous Vehicles (PDF)
– Katherine Asmussen and Chandra Bhat, University of Texas Austin

Exploring Willingness to Pay for Autonomous Vehicles (PDF)
– Denise Capasso da Silva and Sara Khoeini, Arizona State University

Speaker Title Date and Time Listen
Michael Maness, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of South Florida, Tampa
Using Hybrid Choice Models to Differentiate Opinion Neutrality and Unfamiliarity (FLYER) Wednesday, December 5, 2018
12 Noon EST (USA)
Cynthia Chen, PhD
Professor and
​TOMNET Associate Director
​University of Washington
Promises of Big Data in Transportation Planning Applications (FLYER)
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Xuesong Zhou, PhD
Associate Professor
Arizona State University
How to Integrate Deep Learning Methods with Transportation Model Calibration: A Computational Graph-Based Approach with Multiple Data Sources (FLYER)
Friday, February 1, 2019
Fred L. Mannering, PhD
Professor and Associate Dean
TOMNET Associate Director
University of South Florida
The Role of Temporal Instability in Transportation Modeling: The Example of Highway Accident Data (FLYER)
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
​(Note: Recording is Interrupted from 13:40 to 26:20)
(Contact [email protected] for publication related to this webinar)
Giovanni Circella, PhD
Senior Research Engineer
Georgia Institute of Technology
Travel Behaviors and Vehicle Ownership in the Era of the “3 Revolutions” in Transportation (FLYER)
Friday, March 22, 2019
Patricia L. Mokhtarian, PhD
Professor and
​TOMNET Research Director
Georgia Institute of Technology
Imputing Attitudes into Travel/Activity Diary Databases: Does Targeted Marketing Information Help? (FLYER)
Friday, April 26, 2019
Deborah Salon, PhD
Assistant Professor and
​TOMNET Associate Director
Arizona State University
How Do We Choose Where to Live: A Qualitative Investigation of Residential Location Choice (FLYER)
Thursday, May 16, 2019