María Alonso González of our Smart Public Transport Lab has been awarded the 2nd prize of the European TRAVISIONS 2020 young researcher competition (cross modality category). Congrats Maria, well deserved!
This recognition of Maria’s excellent work joins the Michael Beesley Award for the best
young researcher paper at the Thredbo 16 international conference in Singapore. Her research has also been shortlisted among the top 12 submissions for the
2020 ITF (International Transport Forum) Young Researcher of the Year Award.
Interested in learning about Maria’s work? You can find here the her PhD dissertation entitled “Demand for Urban Pooled On-Demand Services: Attitudes, Preferences and Usage” which she defended in July.
The following journal publications are included in her PhD dissertation:
Alonso Gonzalez M., Cats O., van Oort N., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S., and Hoogendoorn S. (2020). What are the determinants of the willingness to share rides in pooled on-demand services?Transportation, in press.
Alonso Gonzalez M., van Oort N., Cats O., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S., and Hoogendoorn S. (2020). Value of Time and Reliability for Urban Pooled On-Demand Services. Transportation Research Part C, 115, 102621.
Alonso Gonzalez M., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S., van Oort N., Cats O. and Hoogendoorn S. (2020). Drivers and Barriers in Adopting Mobility as a Service (MaaS) – A Latent Class Cluster Analysis of Attitudes. Transportation Research Part A, 132, 378-401.
Alonso-Gonzalez M., Liu T., Cats O., van Oort N. and Hoogendoorn S. (2018).The Potential of Demand Responsive Transport as a Complement to Public Transport: An Assessment Framework and an Empirical Evaluation. Transportation Research Record, in press.
In addition, she contributed to more than 10 conference proceedings and numerous national and international events where she shared her research findings with experts, service planners and providers and other partners in the industry.