Prof. Michiel Bliemer
Professor of Transport Planning and Modelling,
Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies,
University of Sydney Business School,
The University of Sydney, Australia.
Michiel Bliemer is Professor of Transport Planning and Modelling at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney Business School. Michiel has a background in Econometrics and Operations Research (MSc cum laude, University of Groningen, the Netherlands) and Transport Planning and Engineering (PhD, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands). With more than 100 published journal articles, he has made significant contributions in the areas of traffic assignment methodology and discrete choice modelling, and is also active in developing strategies for road pricing reform. Michiel is associate editor of Transportation Research Part C and the Journal of Choice Modelling. Together with colleagues, he has developed several macroscopic traffic simulation models and algorithms implemented in widely used software packages such as AIMSUN and OmniTRANS, and he is one of the founders of ChoiceMetrics and the experimental design software Ngene, which is used in more than 60 countries for creating choice experiments.