Refereed Articles Published

  1. Yuan, Hao, Qi Luo, and Cong Shi. “Marrying Stochastic Gradient Descent with Bandits: Learning Algorithms for Inventory Systems with Fixed Costs.” forthcoming, Management Science.
    • APS 2019 Student paper competition, finalist.
    • Murty Prize 2019 for best paper on optimization.
  2. Luo, Qi, Romesh Saigal, Zhibin Chen, and Yafeng Yin, “Accelerating the Adoption of Automated Vehicles by Subsidies: A Dynamic Games Approach. ” Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 129:226-243, 2019.
  3. Luo, Qi, Xuechun Dou, Xuan Di, and Robert Hampshire. “Multimodal Connections between Micro-Mobility and Micro-transit: Conceptual Foundations and Empirical Evidence.” forthcoming, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine.

Papers under Revision

  1. Li, Shukai, Qi Luo, and Robert Hampshire. “Optimizing Large On-Demand Transportation Networks” Revision, European Journal of Operational Research, 2019.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Luo, Qi, Zhiyuan Huang, and Henry Lam. “Dynamic Congestion Pricing for Ridesourcing Traffic: A Simulation-Based Approach.” Winter Simulation Conference 2019 Proceedings.
    • Winter Simulation Conference 2019 I-Sim Ph.D. Colloquium Best Student Paper Award, winner
  2. Yu, Fangzhou, Qi Luo, Tayo Fabusuyi, and Robert Hampshire. “A Heuristic for Learn-and-Optimize New Mobility Services with Equity and Efficiency Metrics.” 98th Annual Meeting Transportation Research Board, Washington 2020.
  3. Luo, Qi, Xuechun Dou, Xuan Di, and Robert Cornelius Hampshire. ”Multimodal Connections between Dockless Bike-sharing and Ride-Hailing: An Empirical Study in New York City.” In 2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), pp. 2256-2261. IEEE, 2018.
  4. Luo, Qi, Romesh Saigal, Robert Hampshire, and Xinyi Wu. ”A Statistical Method for Parking Spaces Occupancy Detection via Automotive Radars.” In 2017 IEEE 85th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), pp. 1-5. IEEE, 2017.

Working/Submitted Papers:

  1. Luo, Qi, Marissa Gee, Daniel Work, Benedetto Piccoli, and Samitha Samaranayakee. “Managing Public Transit in the Prevalence of Pandemic and Reopening the Economy.” Submitted
  2. Sundt, Alexander, Qi Luo, John Vincent, Mehrdad Shahabi, and Yafeng Yin. “Heuristics for Customer-focused Ride-pooling Assignment.” Submitted.
  3. Qin, Guoyang, Qi Luo, Yafeng Yin, Jian Sun, and Jieping Ye. “Optimal Matching Time Interval Policy for Ride-hailing Services using Reinforcement Learning.” Submitted.
  4. Dong, Tingting, Zhengtian Xu, Qi Luo, Yafeng Yin, Jian Wang, and Jieping Ye, “Optimal Contract Design for Ride-sourcing Services under Dual Sourcing.” Submitted.
  5. Hampshire, Robert C., Carol Flannagan, H.V. Jagadish, Tayo Fabusuyi, Andong Chen, Eric Hanss, Oliver He, Kathleen D. Klinich, Qi Luo, Aditi Misra, and Matthew P. Reed. “A Public Health Informed Approach to Transportation Equity.” Submitted.
  6. Yunlei Yin, Qi Luo, Zhenfei Zhan, and Romesh Saigal,
    “Dynamic Subsidies for a Synergy between Charging Infrastructure Development and Electric Vehicle Adoption.” Submitted.
  7. Luo, Qi, and Romesh Saigal. “Multiagent Incentive Contracts: Existence, Uniqueness and Implementation.” Submitted.
  8. Luo, Qi, Shukai Li, and Robert Hampshire. “Design of a Hub-and-Spoke Multimodal Network for the On-Demand Mobility Ecosystem: Connecting Ride-Hailing and Micro-Mobility.” Submitted.

Workshops and Invited Presentations

  1. Yuan, Hao, Qi Luo, and Robert Hampshire. “Data-Driven Modeling of Ride-Hailing Trajectories.”  Workshop in ACM SIGIR conference, Ann Arbor 2018.
  2. Song, Jiah, Romesh Saigal, Kang-Ching Chu, and Qi Luo. “Data-Driven Three-Phase Fundamental Diagram for Traffic Modeling.” Traffic Flow Theory Conference , Sydney 2016.
  3. Wu, Xinyi, Kartik Balkumar, Qi Luo, Robert Hampshire, and Romesh Saigal. “An Evaluation of Information Sharing Parking Guidance Policies Using a Bayesian Approach.” Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC 2016.