Wilfredo Yushimito

Wilfredo Yushimito
Wilfredo Yushimito
Profesor Asistente
Área(s): INGENIERÍA INDUSTRIAL / OPERACIONES
FACULTAD DE INGENIERÍA Y CIENCIAS
PH.D. EN INGENIERÍA DE TRANSPORTE, RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, UNITED STATES, 2011
E-mail: wilfredo.yushimito@uai.cl
Sede: VIÑA DEL MAR
Edificio: A
Número de oficina: 224

RESUMEN

Profesor asistente del Área de Operaciones  de la Facultad de Ingeniería y Ciencias, Campus Viña del Mar desde enero de 2012. Profesor de las cátedras de: Optimización, Taller de Modelamiento y Logística.

Es miembro del Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), del capítulo de Transporte y Logística del Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS), y del Transportation Economics Committee del Transportation Research Board (TRB).  Es referee para los journals: Networks and Spatial Economics (NETS), Journal of Intelligent Transportation (JITS), y de la Conferencia Anual de Profesionales de Transporte en China (International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals).
 


Artículos
2016 A branch-and-bound algorithm for the maximum capture problem with random utilities , European Journal of Operational Research, 252, 204-212
2016 Assessing the impact of urban off-hour delivery program using city scale simulation models, EURO Journal on Transportation and Logistics, 5, 205–230
2016 Data envelopment analysis and Pareto genetic algorithm applied to robust design in multiresponse systems , Revista Facultad de Ingeniería (Colombia), , 119-129
2016 Firm’s efficiency and the feasibility of incentives for flextime adoption: a preliminary analysis of Chilean employer’s response, Transportation Letters, , 1-13
2015 An investigation of the effects of critical infrastructure on urban mobility in the city of Medellín, International Journal of Critical Infrastructures, 11, 213-232
2013 A two-stage optimization model for staggered work hours, Journal Of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 410-425, 18
2013 Correcting the market failure in work trips with work rescheduling: An analysis using bi-level models for the firm-workers interplay, Networks and Spatial Economics, ,
2012 Park-and-ride facilities in New York City economic analyses of alternative location, Transportation Research Record, , 123-130
2012 User rationality and optimal park-and-ride location under potential demand maximization, Transportation Research Part B - Methodological, 46, 949-970