Jinhee Kim is an Assistant Professor in the Department of the Built Environment of the Eindhoven University of Technology. His areas of expertise include traffic and transport studies and urban and rural planning, specifically transportation planning, travel behavior, discrete choice modeling, and travel demand modeling. Jinhee’s main research interests are modeling behavioral process in activity-travel decisions, including the effects of social networks on decision-making process, and developing advanced discrete choice models. A major field of application is Smart Mobility such as car-sharing and autonomous vehicles
Jinhee Kim obtained his BSc in Urban Planning and Engineering from the College of Engineering of Yonsei University, Republic of Korea, in February 2007. He received his PhD in the Urban Planning and Engineering emphasizing transportation planning and modeling from Yonsei University in August 2013. After completion of his PhD, Jinhee started his postdoc research in the Urban Planning Group at TU/e. His work has been published in top international peer-reviewed journals such as Transportation Research Part A, Transport Policy, Transportmetrica A, Transportation Research Record, and Transportation Planning and Technology. He is a member of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, and a life member of the Korean Society of Transportation. Jinhee has served as a reviewer for several international journals such as Transportation Research Part A, D and E, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, European Transport Research Review, Journal of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, and Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services.
Task allocation and gender roles in dual earner householdsTravel Behaviour and Society (2019)
Heterogeneity in car-sharing decisions under uncertain travel time21st International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies: Smart Transportation, HKSTS 2016 (2018)
Utility of work arrangements in two-earner households with children97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (2018)
Investigating heterogeneity in social influence by social distance in car-sharing decisions under uncertainty: A regret-minimizing hybrid choice model framework based on sequential stated adaptation experimentsTransportation Research. Part C: Emerging Technologies (2017)
The effects of activity-travel context and individual attitudes on car-sharing decisions under travel time uncertaintyTransportation Research. Part D: Transport and Environment (2017)
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