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Hong K. LO (羅康錦) PhD , The Ohio State University

Chair Professor (Head)

Email: cehklo@ust.hk
Homepage: http://ihome.ust.hk/~cehklo/
RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Transportation system management and evaluation; intelligent transportation systems; dynamic traffic assignment; dynamic traffic control, reliability analysis of transportation networks; public transportation system management.

RESEARCH PROJECTS:

• Management Strategies for Dynamic Networks with Travel Behavior under Uncertainty. RGC Competitive Earmarked Research Grant

• Robust Signal Control for Congested Traffic. RGC Competitive Earmarked Research Grant

• Optimal Transportation Supply and Demand Management over Time. RGC Competitive Earmarked Research Grant

• Integrated planning of urban development with sustainable public transit services. RGC Competitive Earmarked Research Grant

• Transportation Planning Models for Over-saturated Networks. RGC Competitive Earmarked Research Grant

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

• Wang, D.Z.W. and H. Lo. 2010. Global Optimum of the Linearized Network Design Problem with Equilibrium Flows. Transportation Research Part B, 44, 482-492.

• Tang, S. and H. Lo. 2010. On the Financial Viability of Mass Transit Development: The Case of Hong Kong. Transportation, 37, 299-316.

• Bie, J. and H. Lo. 2010. Stability and attraction domains of traffic equilibria in a day-to-day dynamical system formulation. Transportation Research Part B, 44, 90-107.

• Lo, H. and W.Y. Szeto. 2009. Time-Dependent Transport Network Design under Cost-Recovery. Transportation Research Part B, 43, 142-158.

• Lin, W. and H. Lo. 2009. Investigating Braess’ Paradox with Time-Dependent Queues. Transportation Science, 43(1), 117-126.

• Wang, D. Z.W. and Lo, H. 2008. Multi-fleet ferry service network design with passenger preferences for differential services. Transportation Research Part B, 42, 798-822.

• Tang, S. and H. Lo. 2008. The Impact of Public Transport Policy on the Viability and Sustainability of Mass Railway Transit – The Hong Kong Experience. Transportation Research Part A, 42, 563- 576.

• Szeto, W.Y. and H. Lo. 2008. Time-Dependent Transport Network Improvement and Tolling Strategies. Transportation Research Part A, 42(2), 376-391.

• Siu, B. and H. Lo. 2008. Doubly Uncertain Transport Network: Degradable Capacity and Stochastic Demand. European Journal of Operational Research, 191, 164-179.

• Chow, A.H.F. and H. Lo. 2007. Sensitivity analysis of signal control with physical queuing: Delay derivatives and an application. Transportation Research Part B, 41, 462-477.

• Lo, H., X.W. Luo, and B. Siu. 2006. Degradable Transport Network: Travel Time Budget of Travelers with Heterogeneous Risk Aversion. Transportation Research Part B, 40, 792-806.

• Lo, H. 2006. A Reliability Framework for Traffic Signal Control. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 7(2), 250-260.

• Szeto, W.Y. and H. Lo. 2006. Transportation Network Improvement and Tolling Strategies: The issue of Intergeneration Equity. Transportation Research Part A, 40, 227-243.

• Lo, H. and W.Y. Szeto. 2005. Road Pricing Modeling for Hyper-congestion. Transportation Research Part A, 39, 705-722.

• Szeto, W.Y. and H. Lo. 2004. A Cell-based Simultaneous Route and Departure Time Choice Model with Elastic Demand. Transportation Research Part B, 38, 593-612.

• Lai, M.F. and H. Lo. 2004. Ferry Service Network Design: Optimal Fleet Size, Routing, and Scheduling. Transportation Research Part A, 38, 305-328.

• Lo, H. and W.Y. Szeto. 2004. Modeling Advanced Transportation Information Systems: Static versus Dynamic Paradigms. Transportation Research Part B, 38, 495-515.

• Lo, H, C.W. Yip, and Q.K.H. Wan. 2004. Modeling Competitive Multi-modal Transit Services: A Nested Logit Approach. Transportation Research Part C, 12, 251-272.

• Han, D. and H. Lo. 2004. Solving Non-additive Traffic Assignment Problems: A Decent Methods for Co-coercive Variational Inequalities. European Journal of Operational Research, 159(3), 529-544.

• Lo, H., C.W. Yip, and Q.K.H. Wan. 2003. Modeling Transfers and Nonlinear Fare Structure in Multi-modal Transit Network. Transportation Research Part B, 37, 149-170.

• Lo, H. and Y.K. Tung. 2003. Network with degradable Links: Capacity Analysis and Design. Transportation Research Part B, 37, 345-363.

• Lin, W. and H. Lo. 2003. A Theoretical Probe of a German Experiment on Stationary Moving Traffic Jams. Transportation Research Part B, 37, 251-261.

• Lo, H. and Y.W. Szeto. 2002. A Cell-based Variational Inequality Formulation of the Dynamic User Optimal Assignment Problem. Transportation Research Part B, 36, 421-443. (Conference version won the 2001 WCTR Prize)

• Lo, H., Y.W. Szeto. 2002. A Methodology for Sustainable Traveler Information Services. Transportation Research Part B, 36, 113-130.

• Chen, A., H. Yang, H. Lo, and W. Tang. 2002. Capacity Reliability of a Road Network: An Assessment Methodology and Numerical Results. Transportation Research Part B, 36, 225-252.

• Lo, H. 2001. A Cell-based Traffic Control Formulation: Strategies and Benefits of Dynamic Timing Plans. Transportation Science, 35(2), 148-164.

• Lo, H., E. Chang, and Y.C. Chan. 2001. Dynamic Network Traffic Control. Transportation Research Part A, 35(8), 721-744.

• Wong, S.C., C. Yang, and H. Lo. 2001. A Path-based Traffic Assignment Algorithm Using the TRANSYT Traffic Model. Transportation Research Part B, 35, 163-181.

• Chen, A, H. Lo, and H. Yang. 2001. A Self-Adaptive Projection and Contraction Algorithm for the Traffic Equilibrium Problem with Path-Specific Costs. European Journal of Operational Research, 135 (1): 27-41.

• Lo, H. and A. Chen 2000. Traffic Equilibrium Problem with Route-specific Costs: Formulation and Algorithms. Transportation Research Part B, 34, 493-513

• Lin, W. and H. Lo. 2000. Are the Objective and Solutions of the Dynamic User-Equilibrium Models Always Consistent? Transportation Research Part A, 34, pp. 137-144.

• Yang, H., Y. W. Lau, S. C. Wong, and H. Lo. 2000. A Macroscopic Taxi Model for Passenger Demand, Taxi Utilization, and Level of Services. Transportation, 27(3), 317-340.

• McCord. M., Y.K. Lee, and H. Lo. 1999. Strategic Routing Through Dynamic Current Estimates Derived from Satellite Altimetry: Simulated Performance Results. Transportation Science, 33, 1, 49-67.

• Lo, H. 1999. A Novel Traffic Signal Control Formulation. Transportation Research Part A, 33, pp. 433-448.

• Lo, H. and M. McCord. 1998. Adaptive Ship Routing through Stochastic Ocean Currents: General Formulations and Empirical Results. Transportation Research Part A, 32, pp. 547-561.

• Lo, H. and M. McCord. 1995. Routing Through Dynamic Ocean Currents: General Heuristics and Empirical Results in the Gulf Stream Region. Transportation Research Part B, 29, pp. 109-124.

• Lo, H., M. McCord, and C. Wall. 1991. Value of Ocean Current Information for Strategic Routing. European Journal of Operational Research, 55(2), pp. 124-135.

 
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