Juan Antonio Carrasco

Investigador Principal
Línea Acceso y Movilidad

 

j.carrasco@udec.cl

Profesor asociado del Departamento de Ingeniería Civil de la Universidad de Concepción.

 

Ingeniero Civil en Industrias y Magíster en Ciencias de la Ingeniería de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Doctor en Filosofía, Ingeniería y Planificación de Transporte de la Universidad de Toronto.

 

ÁREAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN

Sus investigaciones están orientadas a la planificación e ingeniería de transporte, al desarrollo de modelos de comportamiento y demanda de transporte, y al estudio del contexto social de dicha demanda. También aborda las políticas del transporte público y el uso del suelo vinculado con el transporte.

 

ÚLTIMAS 10 PUBLICACIONES

 

Calastri, C., S. Hess, A. Daly, and J.A. Carrasco (2017), “Does the social context help with understanding and predicting the choice of activity type and duration? An application of the Multiple Discrete-Continuous Nested Extreme Value model to activity diary data,” Transportation Research Part A, forthcoming.

 

Chávez, O.*, J.A. Carrasco, and A. Tudela (2017), “Social activity-travel dynamics with core contacts: Evidence from a two-wave personal network data,” Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research, forthcoming.

 

López, F., A. Páez, J.A. Carrasco and N. Ruminot* (2017), “Vulnerability of Nodes under Controlled Network Topology and Flow Autocorrelation Conditions,” Journal of Transport Geography, 59, 77-87.

 

Rojas, C., A. Páez, O. Barbosa, and J.A. Carrasco (2016), “Accessibility to Urban Green Spaces in Chilean Cities using Adaptive Thresholds,” Journal of Transport Geography, 57, 227-240.

 

Lucas, K., J. Bates, J. Moore*, and J.A. Carrasco (2016), “Modelling the relationship between travel behaviour and social disadvantage,” Transportation Research Part A, 85, 157-173.

 

Schwanen, T., K. Lucas, N. Akyelken, D. Solsona*, J.A. Carrasco, and T. Neutens, (2015), “Rethinking the links between social exclusion and transport disadvantage through the lens of social capital,” Transportation Research Part A, 74, 123-135.

 

Farber, S., T. Neutens, J.A. Carrasco, and C. Rojas (2014), “Exploration of Social Interaction Potential (SIP) and the spatial distribution of face-to-face social interactions,” Environment and Planning B, doi:10.1068/b120034p.

 

García, C., J.A. Carrasco, and C. Rojas (2014), “El contexto urbano y las interacciones sociales: Dualidad del espacio de actividades de sectores de ingresos altos y bajos, localizados en Concepción, Chile,” Eure¸ 40 (121), 75-99. [The urban context and social interactions: Duality of the activity spaces of high and low income groups, located in Concepción, Chile]. http://www.eure.cl/index.php/eure/article/view/478

 

Kowald, M., P. van den Berg, A. Frei, J.A. Carrasco, T. Arentze, K. Axhausen, D. Mok, H. Timmermans, and B. Wellman (2013), “Distance patterns of personal networks in four countries: A comparative study,” Journal of Transport Geography, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.06.006. Preprint

 

Whalen, K., A. Páez, and J.A. Carrasco (2013), “Mode choice of university students commuting to school and the role of active travel,” Journal of Transport Geography, 31, 132-142, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.06.008.