We study transportation and information systems to realize a better society based on theory and data. The research interests include methods for estimating the state of transportation and information systems, modeling to understand the behavior of these systems, and measures to make the state of these systems better for society. We consider general transportation and information systems, but we are particularly interested in emerging technologies such as automated driving, ridesharing, and connected vehicles.
Our educational policy is to provide students with the ability to understand (or create) mathematical models that abstract the real world, compute such models, perform statistical analysis of data, develop computer programs, and write logically. Emphasis is placed on a solid understanding of principles and their application to the expression and solution of problems.
The head of this lab is Associate Professor Toru Seo. We are at Department of Civil and Emviromental Engineering, School of Environment and Society, Tokyo Institute of Technology (aka. Tokyo Tech). We are also a part of Transport Studies Unit of Tokyo Tech.
If you wish to apply to our lab for the graduate school admission exam, please consult with Prof. Seo in advance.
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