Andre Carrel

Andre Carrel

Andre Carrel

Assistant Professor, Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering and City and Regional Planning

Areas of Expertise

  • Passenger Transportation and Logistics Systems
  • Mobility Data Analytics
  • Travel Behavior
  • Sustainable Transportation


  • Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 2015
  • M.Sc., Transportation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 2009
  • B.Sc./M.Sc., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), 2007

Dr. Andre Carrel is an assistant professor of transportation systems at the Ohio State University. He holds appointments in Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering (CEGE), in City and Regional Planning (CRP), and Integrated Systems Engineering (ISE). Dr. Carrel conducts research on public transportation planning, operations, quality of service, and reliability; travel behavior in the context of emerging, on-demand and flexible transportation services; the impacts of new vehicle technologies on vehicle ownership and travel demand; urban logistics and supply chains; transportation energy consumption and sustainability; and various smart city technology applications. Dr. Carrel uses combinations of large-scale data sets from automated sensing systems and mobile phones, targeted surveys, and simulations to model traveler decision-making, facilitate the design, operations and monitoring of transportation and logistics systems, and to support the management of public or private transportation infrastructure. He has ongoing collaborations with several other centers and departments at the Ohio State University as well as with various industry and government partners.

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