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Dr. Tsippy Lotan, Phd

Work Experience


2003- current     Chief Scientist, OR YAROK
2003-                 Scientific Coordinator, Ministry of Science and Technology
2000-‏2002         Scientific consultant, Ministry of Science Culture and Sports
1998-2000         Karat Digital Press (a joint venture of Scitex and KBA),
                           Project Manager and Chief Color Scientist.
1996-1997         A.I. Systems Corporation, Belgium, Researcher
1993-1997         University of Brussels Belgium, Post-doctoral fellow
                          and Researcher
1988-1992         Center for Transportation studies, MIT, USA, Teaching assistant
                          and researcher
1986-1987         Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Lecturer & Teaching assistant.
1981-1985         Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Teaching assistant, Researcher
1983-1985         Cambridge Systematics Israel, Researcher & Model developer


Education

  • Post doctoral fellow, University of Brussels, 1993.
    Multiple criteria decision making & optimization.
  • Ph.D.  Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), USA, 1992. 
    Thesis on: "Modeling Route Choice Behavior in the Presence of Information Using Concepts from Fuzzy Set Theory and Approximate Reasoning". 
  • M.A. Cum Laude; Statistics & Operations Research, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1984. 
  • B.Sc. Cum Laude; Computer Science & Statistics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1982


Selected Publications


Koutsopoulos H. N. and Lotan T., "Motorist Information Systems and Recurrent Congestion: A Sensitivity Analysis of Expected Benefits" Transportation Research Record, 1281, pp. 148-159, 1990.

Lotan T. and Koutsopoulos H. N., "Route Choice in the Presence of Information Using Concepts from Fuzzy Control and Approximate Reasoning", special issue on Applications of Fuzzy Set Theory to  Transport Problems,  Transportation Planning and Technology, vol. 17, no. 2, pp.113-126, 1993.

Lotan T. and Koutsopoulos H. N., "Models for Route Choice in the Presence of Information Using Concepts from Fuzzy Set Theory and Approximate Reasoning".  Transportation 20, pp.129-155, 1993.

Lotan T. and Koutsopoulos H. N., "Approximate Reasoning Models for Route Choice Behavior in the Presence of Information", in Transportation and Traffic Theory, edt. by C. F. Daganzo, pp. 71-88, 1993.

Koutsopoulos H. N., Lotan T., and Yang Q. "A Driver Simulator and Its Application for Modeling Route Choice in the Presence of Information".  Transportation Research C, Vol 2, No 2, pp. 91-107, 1994.
 
Lotan T. and Koutsopoulos H. N. "Modeling Route Choice Behavior in the Presence of Traffic Information", in Cybernetics and Systems '94, edt. by Trappel R. World Scientific, pp. 335-342, 1994.
 
Lotan T., Cattrysse D. and Van Oudheusden D., "Winter Gritting in the Province of Antwerp - a Combined Location and Routing Problem", JORBEL Belgian Journal of Operations Research, Statistics and Computer Science, vol 36  no. 2-3 pp. 141-157, 1996.

Lotan T., "Integration of Fuzzy Numbers Corresponding to Static Knowledge and Dynamic Information", Fuzzy Sets and Systems vol 86, pp. 335-344, 1997.

Lotan T., "Effects of Familiarity on Route Choice Behavior in the Presence of Information", Transportation Research C, vol. 5 no.3/4, pp. 225-243, 1997.

Cattrysse D. and Van Oudheusden D. and Lotan T., "The problem of efficient districting",  OR insight, vol. 10 no. 4 pp. 9-13, 1997.

Bierlaire, M., Lotan, T. and Toint, P. L.. “On the overspecification of multinomial and nested logit models due to alternative specific constants”, Transportation Science 31(4): 363-371, 1997.

Lotan T., "Modeling Discrete Choice Behavior Based on Explicit Information Integration And Its Application to the Route Choice Problem", IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, vol. 28 no. 1 pp. 100-114, 1998. 

Koutsopoulos H.N. and Lotan T. "Analysis of drivers' response to information using fuzzy logic and approximate reasoning models", Behavioral and network impacts of driver information systems, etd. R. Emmerink and P. Nijkamp, Ashgate Publishing 1999.
 
Muyldermans L., Cattrysse D., Van Oudheusden D., and Lotan T. “Districting for salt spreading operations”, European Journal of Operational Research 139, 521-532, 2002.

Lotan T. and Toledo T., "An in-vehicle data recorder for evaluation of driving behavior and safety", Transportaion Research Record, #1953, pp. 112-119 2006.

Toledo T., Musicant O. and Lotan T."In-vehicle data recorders for monitoring and feedback on drivers' behavior", Transportation Research C. vol 16, pp. 320-331, 2008

Hakkert S. and Lotan T., "Road Safety Research and Education in Israel", in Towards Future Traffic Safety Research, etd. By H. Monterdei-i-Bort and D. Moreno-Ribas, 2008.

Prato C., Lotan T. and Toledo T., Intra-familial transmission of driving behavior: evidence from in-vehicle data recorders, Transportation Research Records, no. 2138, Washington DC, pp. 54-65, 2009.

Lotan T. Prato C. and Toledo T. , Modeling the behavior of novice young drivers using data from in-vehicle data recorders, Proceedings of 5th International Driving Symposium on Human Driving Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, Montana USA, 2009.

Prato C., Toledo T., Lotan T. and Taubman – Ben-Ari O., "Modeling the behavior of novice young drivers during the first year", Accident Analysis and Prevention 42, pp. 480-486, 2010.

Taubman-Ben-Ari O. and Lotan T., "The contribution of a novel intervention to enhance safe driving among young drivers in Israel", Accident Analysis and Prevention 43, pp. 352-359, 2011.

Guttman N. and Lotan T., "Spying or steering? Views of parents of young novice drivers on the use and ethics of driver-monitoring technologies", Accident Analysis and Prevention 43, pp. 412-420, 2011  

 

 
 

 

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