The trade-off between virtual and physical activities during the first COVID-19 lockdown
Based on empirical data collected from Italy, Sweden, India and few more others, we found that the external restrictions and personal characteristics are the driving factors of the changes in ones' daily trips. However, the estimation results do not show a strong correlation between the countries' restriction policy and the respondents' likelihood to adopt the new and online-based behaviours for any of the activities after the restriction period. The article can be seen in here.
January 5, 2021
DAVeMoS research in US TRB 100th Annual Meeting
DAVeMoS' member's research which focuses on "The Trade-Off Behaviours between Virtual and Physical Activities during COVID-19 Pandemic Period" has been featured in the US TRB 2021 annual meeting and also in the sub-committee's meeting of on Activity & Time-Use Patterns - Travel Behaviours and Values (AEP30).
January 25-26, 2021
DAVeMoS provides the closing presentation in a national conference
Prof. Susilo was invited to give a presentation at the closing session of a 2-days National Seminar on Infrastructure Technology, which was organised by Universitas Gajah Mada, Indonesia. His presentation was entitled "Innovation=just do it+the right support+systematic and honest evaluation".
January 1, 2021
DAVeMoS' researcher in Transport Reviews' Editorial Board
Prof. Susilo has been appointed as an Editorial Board member of Transport Reviews. Transport Review currently is the 2nd highest ranked among Transportation journals. It aims to not only providing an overview of existing studies on a certain subject, but also new insights, theories, models, and/or avenues for further research.
January 14, 2021
DAVeMoS in national collaboration working document
The 2020 "Arbeitsdokument zur Harmonisierung von Tests mit automatisierten Shuttles", by colleagues from AustriaTech, now is published. Davemos feels privileged to be able to contribute to the content.