Alexandre Bayen Presents NAE Gilbreth Lecture

Featured Faculty: Alexandre M. Bayen

Professor Alexandre Bayen was selected to give an National Academy of Engineering Gilbreth Lecture. The Gilbreth Lectures recognizes outstanding young American engineers and increases visibility to the NAE membership.

Bayen presented Distributed Learning Dynamics Convergence in Routing Games, covering how routing games offer a simple yet powerful model of congestion in traffic networks — both in transportation and communication systems.

The talk explained how congestion is affected by combined decisions of the drivers or routers, and modeling the decision process is important — not only to estimate and predict the behavior of the system, but also to control it.

See Bayen Presents Gilbreth Lecture (Institute of Transportation Studies)

Published 02/14/2017