As a professor in the Urban Science and Systems group, prof.dr. (H.J.P.) Harry Timmermans is active in consumer demand modeling and is responsible for 11 courses.
Covering future urban mobility, auto-mobility, urban plans, advance modeling techniques for urban planning and more. Harry is an expert concerning the integration of electric vehicle solutions into consumer practices, and its effects on the build environment.
- A fuzzy decision table approach for business site selection (1996)
- The integration of expert knowledge in decision support systems for facility location planning (1995)
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 19(4), 227. ISSN 0198-9715.
- A day in the city : using conjoint choice experiments to model urban tourists’ choice of activity packages (1995)
Tourism Management, 16(5), 347. ISSN 0261-5177
- Competing risk hazard model of activity choice, timing, sequencing, and duration (1995)
Transportation Research Record, 1493, 101. ISSN 0361-1981
- Context dependencies in housing choice behavior (1995)
Environment and Planning A, 27(2), 181. ISSN 0308-518X
- The development of a knowledge-based decision support system for retail and service planning (1995)
- Integrating GIS and spatial modeling : a generic DSS for retail planning (1995)
- Geographical information systems and the measurement of accessibility in the context of multipurpose travel : a new approach (1994)
Geographical Systems, 1, 87. ISSN 1069-2665
- Multistop-based measurements of accessibility in a GIS environment (1994)
International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, 8(4), 343. ISSN 0269-3798
- Modeling hierarchical conjoint processes with integrated choice experiments (1994)
Journal of Marketing Research, 31(1), 92. ISSN 0022-2437
Research Group :
Urban Science & Systems
Demand Response Management
Power electronics components and systems