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Dr Milan Lovric

Dr Milan Lovric

Research Fellow

Dept of Civil, Environ &Geomatic Eng

Faculty of Engineering Science

Joined UCL
1st Jan 2020

Research summary

Dr Milan Lovric has expertise in transport demand & supply modelling and development of agent-based simulations for policy analysis.

1) He is currently working on the project AI-TraWell, which investigates the link between mobility and health and well-being:

http://www.ai-trawell.eu/

2) Before joining UCL, Dr Lovric was based at the University of Southampton, where he was the main developer of NISMOD Transport – a suite of the UK's national-scale transport models for road, rail, and air. This work was part of the EPSRC-funded consortium that pioneered the use of system-of-systems modelling to support infrastructure policy and planning:

https://www.itrc.org.uk/themes/transport/
https://nt2.readthedocs.io/en/latest/?badge=latest

NISMOD's demand prediction and network assignment models can be used to assess various vehicle electrification scenarios of the UK's path to achieving the Net Zero emissions target:

It can also be used to simulate local impacts of new transport infrastructure, such as road expansions and new road developments, as was demonstrated for the Oxford-Cambridge Arc:

3) As a postdoctoral associate at the Singapore-based SMART Centre of MIT, Dr Lovric gained hands-on experience with state-of-the-art transport research including activity-based demand modelling, network assignment, model calibration, smart card data analysis, and GIS visualisation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOig-jURGLQ

4) Dr Lovric was one of the scientific code contributors to the FP7 project CRISIS, in the capacity of a sponsored visiting researcher at the University of Oxford (INET) and an external consultant to the Santa Fe Institute. There he worked on the implementation of realistic bank bankruptcy resolution mechanisms within an agent-based model of the UK’s financial sector:

5) Dr Lovric's first postdoctoral position was at the Rotterdam School of Management, where he developed a decision support system for sustainable revenue management in Dutch and Chinese public transport (metro, high-speed rail). There he also got experience with MATSIM (an open-source multiagent transport simulation framework) and smart card data analysis.

Dr Milan Lovric obtained a PhD in Finance from the Erasmus University Rotterdam (in 2011), and a dipl.ing. (integrated master) in Computing from the University of Zagreb (in 2005).

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