Dr.ir. S. (Sander) van Cranenburgh

Profile

Dr. ir. Sander van Cranenburgh is Assistant Professor in the Transport and Logistics Group of the faculty of Technology Policy and Management of Delft University of Technology.

See my personal website www.advancedrrmmodels.com for the latest developments in Random Regret Minimization (RRM) modelling, estimation codes for advanced RRM models, and my list of publications.

Research

Sander his research focusses on choice behaviour analysis. During his Postdoc he mainly worked on Random Regret Minimization (RRM) based discrete choice models, and made several important methodological contributions to this modelling approach. His current research increasingly focusses on enriching understanding of (travel) choice behaviour through developing new data-driven modelling approaches. In this research he specifically seeks the edge between traditional theory-driven approaches, such as Discrete Choice Models, and data-driven approaches, such as Artificial Neural Networks.

  • Travel behaviour research: the state-of-the-art
    2016/2017
    Master Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Man.
    ECTS: 5
  • Kwantitatieve modellen voor transport
    2016/2017
    Bachelor Technische Bestuurskunde
    ECTS: 5

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Pure


Sander van Cranenburgh

Assistant Professor


Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Transport and Logistics

Secretary:
Betty van Koppen

Research interests:
Travel Behaviour
Choice modelling
Large-scale travel demand models


Additional information

Dr.ir. S. van Cranenburgh

publications
Publications in Pure
subjects
2013 - Project Research Methods in Transport and Logistics
2013 - Kwantitatieve modellen TIL domein
2012 - Project Research Methods in Transport and Logistics
2016 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2013 - Kwantitatieve modellen TIL domein
2015 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2014 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2017 - Travel Behaviour Research
2017 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2017 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2016 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2016 - Travel Behaviour Research
2018 - Travel Behaviour Research
2018 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2018 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2018 - Research and data-analysis
2019 - Research and data-analysis
2019 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2019 - Quantitative Models for Transport
2019 - Travel Behaviour Research
ancillary activities
No secondary work -

2016-01-01 - 2020-01-01