This dissertation presents an econometric model to measure supply and demand within the Chinese vehicle market. The model will be significant for industry, particularly car manufacturers interested in better targeting cars, including alternative vehicles, for the Chinese market.
This project will look at the geospatial modeling of electric vehicles supply equipment (EVSE). This project aims to develop a set of up-to-date geospatial models for future fuel infrastructure transition in California.
Differences and similarities between women and men in their prospective interest in EVs were analyzed and placed in context with observed motor vehicle and EV sales in California. This will research will analyze 12 additional states.
Using Atlanta’s MARTA rail system as a case study, this thesis will assess the feasibility of integrating autonomous transit vehicles (transit AVs) into the public transportation system as a first-mile and last-mile solution for riders.