Publicaciones

Esta lista de publicaciones se actualizó en Enero de 2021. También puedes revisar mis publicaciones en Publons, ORCID, o en mi perfil de Google Scholar.

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Revistas ISI / WoS

29. Echiburú, T., Hurtubia, R., & Muñoz, J. C. (2021). The role of perceived satisfaction and the built environment on the frequency of cycle-commuting. Journal of Transport and Land Use14(1), 171–196. https://doi.org/10.5198/jtlu.2021.1826
28. Cox, T. and  Hurtubia, R. (2021). Latent segmentation of urban space through residential location choice. Networks and Spatial Economics https://doi.org/10.1007/s11067-021-09520-1
27. Ramirez, T.,  Hurtubia, R., Lobel, H. and Rossetti, T. (2021). Measuring heterogeneous perception of urban space with massive data and machine learning: An application to safety. Landscape and Urban Planning,  208, 104002 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2020.104002
26. Tiznado-Aitken, I., Muñoz, J.C., and Hurtubia, R. (2021). Public transport accessibility accounting for level of service and competition for urban opportunities: An equity analysis for education in Santiago de Chile. Journal of Transport Geography, 90, 102919  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2020.102919
25. Tiznado-Aitken, I., Lucas, K., Muñoz, J.C., and Hurtubia, R. (2020). Understanding accessibility through public transport users’ experiences: A mixed methods approach. Journal of Transport Geography, 88, 102857.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2020.102857
24. Cox, T., and Hurtubia, R. (2020). Subdividing the sprawl: Endogenous segmentation of housing submarkets in expansion areas of Santiago, Chile. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/2399808320947728
23. Gutierrez, M., Hurtubia, R. and Ortúzar, J. de D. (2020) The role of habit and the built environment in the willingness to commute by bicycle. Travel Behaviour and Society, 20, 62-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tbs.2020.02.007
22. Vallejo-Borda, J.A., Ortiz-Ramírez, H.A., Rodríguez-Valencia, A., Hurtubia, R. and Ortúzar, J. de D. (2020) Forecasting the quality of service of Bogota’s sidewalks from pedestrian perceptions: an ordered probit MIMIC approach. Transportation Research Record, 2674(1), 205-216.  https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198119896782
21. Vecchio, G., Tiznado-Aitken, I. and Hurtubia, R. (2020) Transport and equity in Latin America: a critical review of socially oriented accessibility assessments. Transport Reviews, 40:3, 354-381https://doi.org/10.1080/01441647.2020.1711828
20. Rossetti, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2020) An assessment of the ecological validity of immersive videos in stated preference surveys. Journal of Choice Modelling, 34, 100198. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jocm.2019.100198
19. Guevara, C.A., Tirachini, A., Hurtubia, R. and Dekker, T. (2020). Correcting for endogeneity due to omitted crowding in public transport choice using the Multiple Indicator Solution (MIS) method. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 127, 472-484. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2018.10.030
18. Bansal, P., Hurtubia, R., Tirachini, A. and Daziano, R. (2019). Flexible Estimates of Heterogeneity in Crowding Valuation in the New York City Subway. Journal of Choice Modelling, 31, 124-140. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jocm.2019.04.004
17. Rossetti, T., Saud, V. and Hurtubia, R. (2019) I want to ride it where I like: Measuring design preferences in cycling infrastructure. Transportation, 46(3), 697–718.   https://doi.org/10.1007/s11116-017-9830-y
16. Hurtubia, R., Martínez, F. and Bierlaire, M. (2019). A quasi-equilibrium approach for market clearing in land use microsimulations. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 46(3), 445–468.   https://doi.org/10.1177/2399808317719071 
15. Rossetti, T., Lobel, H., Rocco, V. and Hurtubia, R. (2019) Explaining subjective perceptions of public spaces as a function of the built environment: A massive data approach. Landscape and Urban Planning, 181, 169-178. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2018.09.020
14. Guimpert, I. and Hurtubia, R. (2018). Measuring, understanding and modelling the Walking Neighborhood as a function of built environment and socioeconomic variables. Journal of Transport Geography, 71, 32-44. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2018.07.001
13. Tiznado-Aitken, I., Muñoz, J.C. and Hurtubia, R. (2018). The Role of Accessibility to Public Transport and Quality of Walking Environment on Urban Equity: The Case of Santiago de Chile. Transportation Research Record, 2672(35) 129–138. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198118782036
12. Rossetti, T., Guevara, C. A., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2018). Modeling safety as a perceptual latent variable to assess cycling infrastructure. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 111, 252–265. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2018.03.019
11. Oliva, I., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2018). Identifying cycling-inducing neighborhoods: A latent class approach, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 12:10, 701-713. https://doi.org/10.1080/15568318.2018.1431822
10. Navarro, I., Galilea, P., Hidalgo, R., and Hurtubia, R. (2018). Transporte y su integración con el entorno urbano: ¿cómo incorporamos los beneficios de elementos urbanos en la evaluación de proyectos de transporte?. EURE – Revista De Estudios Urbano Regionales, 44(132): 133-151. http://eure.cl/index.php/eure/article/view/2076
9. Tirachini, A., Hurtubia, R., Dekker, T. and Daziano, R. A. (2017) Estimation of crowding discomfort in public transport: results from Santiago de Chile. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 103, 311-326.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2017.06.008
8. Niehaus, M., Galilea, P., and Hurtubia, R. (2016). Accessibility and equity: An approach for wider transport project assessment in Chile. Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 412-422. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.retrec.2016.05.003
7. Cox, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2016). Vectores de expansión urbana y su interacción con los patrones socioeconómicos existentes en la ciudad de Santiago. EURE-Revista de Estudios Urbanos Regionales, 42(127): 185-207. http://www.eure.cl/index.php/eure/article/view/1683
6. Hurtubia, R., Nguyen, M., Glerum, A., and Bierlaire, M. (2014). Integrating psychometric indicators in latent class choice models. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 64, 135-146   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2014.03.010
5. Hurtubia, R., and Bierlaire, M. (2014). Estimation of bid functions for location choice and price modeling with a latent variable approach. Networks and Spatial Economics, 14, 47-65. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11067-013-9200-z 
4. Farooq, B., Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R., and Flötteröd, G. (2013). Simulation based Synthesis of Population. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 58:243–263    http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.trb.2013.09.012
3. Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R., and Flötteröd, G. (2010). Analysis of implicit choice set generation using a Constrained Multinomial Logit model. Transportation Research Record, 2175:92-97    https://doi.org/10.3141/2175-11 
2. Martínez F., Aguila F. and Hurtubia R. (2009). The Constrained Multinomial Logit Model: A Semi-Compensatory Choice Model. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 43(3):365-377.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.trb.2008.06.006 
1. Martínez, F. and Hurtubia, R. (2006). Dynamic model for the simulation of equilibrium states in the land use market. Networks and Spatial Economics, 6, pp. 55-73.   https://doi.org/10.1007/s11067-006-7685-4

Otras revistas y colecciones

5. Hurtubia, R. and Leonhardt, J. (2021). The Experience of Reforming Bus Concessions in Santiago de Chile. Discussion paper 2021-09. Public Transport Market Organisation and Innovation Working Group, International Transport Forum, OECD (See article)
4. Astroza, S., Tirachini, A:, Hurtubia, R., Carrasco, J. A.,  Guevara, A., Munizaga, M., Figueroa, M. and Torres, V. (2020). Mobility Changes, Teleworking, and Remote Communication during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Chile. Transport Findings, July. https://doi.org/10.32866/001c.13489
3. Guimpert, I., and Hurtubia, R. (2016). Modelación de las fronteras del barrio caminable con modelos de elección discreta. Ingeniería de Transporte, 20(2). (See article)
2. Tiznado-Aitken, I., Muñoz, J.C. and Hurtubia, R. (2016). How Equitable is Access to Opportunities and Basic Services Considering the Impact of the Level of Service? The Case of Santiago, Chile. Discussion paper 2016-15, Income Inequality, Social Inclusion and Mobility Roundtable, International Transport Forum, OECD. (See article)
1. Hurtubia, R., Guevara, A., & Donoso, P. (2015). Using images to measure qualitative attributes of public spaces through SP surveys. Transportation Research Procedia, 11, 460-474. (See article)

Libro

Bierlaire, M., de Palma, A., Hurtubia, R. and Waddell, P. (Eds.) (2015). Integrated Transport and Land Use Modeling for Sustainable Cities. EPFL Press / Routledge. ISBN: 978-0415729109.

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“Integrated transport and land use models are an increasingly used tool for evaluation of urban policy and large scale projects. Although there is a well-built theoretical background supporting the existing models, there are few exhaustive descriptions of the methodological implications and implementation efforts behind these tools.This handbook describes the modeling effort, methodological contributions, and results of the SustainCity project. SustainCity, financed by the European Union, implemented integrated microsimulation models for European cities, generating a quantitative tool for policy evaluation, specially focused on sustainability issues. The book describes the implementation of an improved, UrbanSim-based platform for three European cities: Brussels, Paris, and Zürich. The analysis is focused on the methodological contributions that resulted from the modeling effort and the practical aspects of microsimulation models as policy evaluation tools.”

Capítulos de libros

12. Tiznado-Aitken, I., Muñoz, J. C. and Hurtubia, R. (2021) Who gains in a distance-based public transport fare scheme? Accessibility, urban form, and equity implications in Santiago, Chile, in Mulley, C., and Nelson, J. D. (Eds.)  Urban Form and Accessibility: Social, Economic, and Environment Impacts. Elsevier (ISBN: 978-0-12-819822-3)
11. Rossetti, T., Lobel, H. and Hurtubia, R. (2020) Cuantificación del impacto de las percepciones del espacio público sobre el valor del suelo urbano: El caso de Santiago de Chile. En Intersecciones, III Congreso Interdisciplinario de Investigación en Arquitectura, Diseño, Ciudad y Territorio, ARQ Ediciones. pp 166-177 (ISBN: 978-956-9571-83-1)
10. Silva, H., J. C. Muñoz, R. Giesen, J. C. Herrera, R. Hurtubia, H. Jorquera, J. de D. Ortúzar, L. I. Rizzi, C. Rojas and L. Sagaris (2018) Transporte y Movilidad. En Camino a ciudades sustentables: aportes desde la investigación a las políticas públicas urbanas en Chile, editado por J. Gironás, W. Bustamante y J. A. Carrasco. Ediciones CEDEUS, Santiago, Chile, pp 103-108
9. Herrera, J. C., J. C. Muñoz, R. Giesen, H. Silva, R. Hurtubia, H. Jorquera, J. de D. Ortúzar, L. I. Rizzi, C. Rojas, L. Sagaris (2018) Ciudades inteligentes. En Camino a ciudades sustentables: aportes desde la investigación a las políticas públicas urbanas en Chile, editado por J. Gironás, W. Bustamante y J. A. Carrasco. Ediciones CEDEUS, Santiago, Chile, pp 117-120
8. Hurtubia, R., Rossetti, T. y Lobel, H. Modelación de la percepción subjetiva del espacio público mediante técnicas de machine learning y modelos de elección discreta, en Anales de Arquitectura (2017-2018), ARQ Ediciones. pp 142-149.
7. Waintrub, N., Rossetti,T., Oliva, I., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2018) Caracterización socioespacial de los ciclistas urbanos de Santiago, in Intersecciones 2016, II Congreso Interdisciplinario de Investigación en Arquitectura, Diseño, Ciudad y Territorio, ARQ Ediciones. pp 150-167 (see chapter)
6. Tiznado-Aitken, I., Muñoz, J.C. and Hurtubia, R. (2018) Accesibilidad a oportunidades mediante transporte público considerando el impacto del entorno urbano y el nivel de servicio, in Intersecciones 2016, II Congreso Interdisciplinario de Investigación en Arquitectura, Diseño, Ciudad y Territorio, ARQ Ediciones. pp 134-148 (see chapter)
5. Waddell, P., de Palma, A., Bierlaire, M. and Hurtubia, R. (2015) SustainCity: Overview and introduction, in M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, R. Hurtubia and P. Waddell (Eds.), Integrated Transport and Land Use Modeling for Sustainable Cities, EPFL Press / Routledge, pp 1-13.
4. Hurtubia, R. and Bierlaire, M. (2015) Microsimulation for land use modeling: implementation challenges, in M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, R. Hurtubia and P. Waddell (Eds.), Integrated Transport and Land Use Modeling for Sustainable Cities, EPFL Press / Routledge, pp 41-54,
3. Farooq, B., Hurtubia, R. and Bierlaire, M. (2015). Simulation based generation of a synthetic population for Brussels, in M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, R. Hurtubia and P. Waddell (Eds.), Integrated Transport and Land Use Modeling for Sustainable Cities, EPFL Press / Routledge, pp 95-111.
2. Cabrita, I., Gayda, S., Hurtubia, R., Efthymiou, D., Thomas, I., Peeters, D., Jones, J., Cotteels, C., Nagel, K., Nicolai, T. and Roder D. (2015). Integrated land use and transport microsimulation for Brussels, in M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, R. Hurtubia and P. Waddell (Eds.), Integrated Transport and Land Use Modeling for Sustainable Cities, EPFL Press / Routledge, pp 373-411.
1. de Palma, A., Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R. and Waddell, P. (2015) Future challenges in transport and land use modeling, in M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, R. Hurtubia and P. Waddell (Eds.), Integrated Transport and Land Use Modeling for Sustainable Cities, EPFL Press / Routledge, pp 513-529.

Actas de conferencias

Guimpert, I. and Hurtubia, R. (2017). Modelación De La Percepción Del Barrio Caminable Con Modelos De Elección Discreta. Actas del XVIII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, La Serena, Chile, October 24-26 (See article)

Oliva, I., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2017). Latent Class Choice Models To Understand The Influence Of The Built Environment On Bicycle Usage. Actas del XVIII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, La Serena, Chile, October 24-26 (See article)

Tiznado-Aitken, I., Muñoz, J. C. and Hurtubia, R. (2017). Un Nuevo Enfoque Para Medir Equidad En La Distribución Del Acceso Mediante Transporte Público Considerando El Impacto Del Entorno Urbano Y El Nivel De Servicio. Actas del XVIII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, La Serena, Chile, October 24-26 (See article)

Cox, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2017). Segmentation Of Real Estate Developers In Extension Areas Of Santiago, Chile. Actas del XVIII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, La Serena, Chile, October 24-26 (See article)

Rossetti, T.,Lobel, H. and Hurtubia, R. (2017). Modelación De La Percepción Subjetiva Del Espacio Público Mediante Técnicas De Machine Learning Y Modelos De Elección Discreta. Actas del XVIII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, La Serena, Chile, October 24-26 (See article)

Rossetti, T., Galilea, P., Guevara, C. A. and Hurtubia, R. (2017). Sobre La Inclusión De Variables Latentes Perceptuales En Modelo De Elección Discreta: Una Aplicación A Infraestructura Ciclista. Actas del XVIII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, La Serena, Chile, October 24-26 (See article)

Tiznado-Aitken, I., Muñoz, J. C. and Hurtubia, R. (2016). Accesibilidad mediante transporte público considerando el impacto del nivel de servicio. Memorias del XIX Congreso Panamericano de Ingeniería de Tránsito, Transporte y Logística, Ciudad de México, 28 -30 de Septiembre.

Lizana, A., Delgado, F., Hurtubia, R. and Palma, D. (2016). Modelación de la demanda por transporte terrestre desde aeropuertos: el caso de Santiago de Chile. Memorias del XIX Congreso Panamericano de Ingeniería de Tránsito, Transporte y Logística, Ciudad de México, 28 -30 de Septiembre.

Niehaus, M., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2016). Accounting for access equity impacts of transport projects: Towards a wider assessment in the Latin American context. Proceedings of the 14th World Conference on Transport Research, Shanghai, China, July 10-15.

Rossetti, T., Saud, V., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2016). Identifying user preferences for cycling infrastructure design using latent class discrete choice models. Proceedings of the 14th World Conference on Transport Research, Shanghai, China, July 10-15. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Guevara, A. and Donoso, P. (2015). Using images to measure qualitative attributes of public spaces through SP surveys. Transport Survey Methods: Embracing Behavioural and Technological Changes Selected contributions from the 10th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods 16-21 November 2014, Leura, Australia  (Article on Transportation Research Procedia)

Hernandez, F., Hurtubia, R. and Munizaga, M. (2015). Identificación de la estructura espacial urbana a partir de datos pasivos de transporte público en Santiago de Chile. Proceedings of the XVII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, Concepción, Chile, October 13-15 (see article)

Niehaus, M., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2015). Accesibilidad y equidad: ampliando la caja de herramientas para la planificación en transporte. Proceedings of the XVII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, Concepción, Chile, October 13-15 (see article)

Navarro, I., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2015). Valoración de atributos urbanos en un corredor de buses usando experimentos de preferencias declaradas. Proceedings of the XVII Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, Concepción, Chile, October 13-15 (see article)

Niehaus, M., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2015). Accessibility and equity indicators: approach for wider transport project assessment in Chile. International Conference Series on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (THREDBO 14), Santiago, Chile, August 30 – September 3

Hurtubia, R., Daziano., R., Dekker, T. and Tirachini, A. (2015) Measuring crowding and travel time trade-off in public transport using stated preferences data. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR), Windsor, UK, July 19 – 23 (See article)

Hurtubia, R. (2014). Un indicador de accesibilidad para evaluar la localización de proyectos de vivienda social. Uneven Mobilities / Movilidades desiguales, Santiago de Chile, October 12 -17 (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Nguyen, M., Glerum, A. and Bierlaire, M. (2013). Estimation of mode choice models with latent classes and psychometric indicators. Proceedings of the XVI Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, October 21-25, 2013 (See article)

Efthymiou, D., Hurtubia, R., Bierlaire, M. and Antoniou C. (2013). The Integrated Land‐Use and Transport Model of Brussels. Proceedings of the 13th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC), April 24-26, 2013. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Bierlaire, M., and Martinez, F. (2012). Dynamic microsimulation of location choices with a quasi-equilibrium auction approach. Proceedings of the 12th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) May 2-4, 2012. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Martinez, F., and Bierlaire, M. (2011). Bid auction model for simultaneous determination of location and rent in land use microsimulation models. Proceedings of the XV Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte. October 3 – 6, 2011. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., and Bierlaire, M. (2011). Bid rent model for simultaneous determination of location and rent in land use microsimulations. Proceedings of the Swiss Transport Research Conference. May 11-13, 2011. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Flötteröd, G., and Bierlaire, M. (2010). Estimation techniques for MEV models with sampling of alternatives. Proceedings of the European Transport Conference. October 11 – 13, 2010. (See article)

Atasoy, B., Glerum, A., Hurtubia, R., and Bierlaire, M. (2010). Demand for public transport services: Integrating qualitative and quantitative methods. Proceedings of the 10th Swiss Transport Research Conference September 1 – 3, 2010. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Martinez, F., Flötteröd, G., and Bierlaire, M. (2010). Comparative analysis of hedonic rents and maximum bids in a land-use simulation context. Proceedings of the 10th Swiss Transport Research Conference September 1 – 3, 2010. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Atasoy, B., Glerum, A., Curchod, A., and Bierlaire, M. (2010). Considering latent attitudes in mode choice: The case of Switzerland. Proceedings of the World Conference on Transport Research  July 11-15, 2010. (See article)

Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R., and Flötteröd, G. (2010). An analysis of the implicit choice set generation using the Constrained Multinomial Logit model. Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 2010 Annual Meeting January 10-14, 2010. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Flötteröd, G., and Bierlaire, M. (2009). Inferring the activities of smartphone users from context measurements using Bayesian inference and random utility models. Proceedings of the European Transport Conference October 5 – 7, 2009. (See article)

Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R., and Flötteröd, G. (2009). A comparative analysis of implicity and explicit methods to model choice set generation. Proceedings of the 9th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) September 9 – 11, 2009. (See article)

Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R., and Flötteröd, G. (2009). An experimental analysis of the implicit choice set generation using the Constrained Multinomial Logit Model. Proceedings of the 4th Kuhmo-Nectar Conference July 2 – 3, 2009. (See article)

Working papers y reportes técnicos

Cox, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2019).  Latent segmentation of urban space through residential location choice. Working paper. Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.  (See article)

Cox, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2019). Subdividing the sprawl: Endogenous identification of housing submarkets in expansion areas of Santiago, Chile. Working paper. Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. (See article)

Rossetti, T., Lobel , H. and Hurtubia, R. (2018) Explaining subjective perceptions of public spaces as a function of the built environment: A massive data approach. Working paper. Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. (See article)

Rossetti, T., Lobel , H. and Hurtubia, R. (2017) Modelación de la percepción subjetiva del espacio público mediante técnicas de Machine Learning y Modelos de Elección Discreta. Working paper. Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.  (See article)

Cox, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2017) A location choice model for residential real estate projects in expansion areas of Santiago, Chile. Working paper. Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. (See article)

Saud, V. and Hurtubia, R. (2014) Panorama de las ciclovías en la ciudad de Santiago. Working paper. Departamento de Urbanismo, Universidad de Chile. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Nguyen, M., Glerum, A., and Bierlaire, M. (2013). Integrating psychometric indicators in latent class choice models. Technical report TRANSP-OR 130423. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL. (See article)

Farooq, B., Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R., and Flötteröd, G. (2013). Simulation based Synthesis of Population. Technical report TRANSP-OR 130125. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL. (See article)

Hurtubia, R., and Bierlaire, M. (2012). Estimation of bid functions for location choice and price modeling with a latent variable approach. Technical report. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL (See article)

Hurtubia, R., Gallay, O., and Bierlaire, M. (2010). Attributes of Households, Locations and Real-Estate Markets for Land Use Modeling (SustainCity deliverable). Technical report. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL (See article)

Bierlaire, M., Hurtubia, R., and Flötteröd, G. (2009). “An experimental analysis of the implicit choice set generation using the Constrained Multinomial Logit model”. Technical report. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL. (See article)

Patterson, Z., and Hurtubia, R. (2008). “A Prototype Integrated Transportation Land-use Model for the Lausanne Region”. Technical report. Transport and Mobility Laboratory, ENAC, EPFL. (See article)

Quijada, R., Tirachini, A., Henriquez, R. y Hurtubia, R. (2007) “Investigación al Transantiago: Sistematización de Declaraciones hechas ante la Comisión Investigadora, Resumen de Contenidos de los Principales Informes Técnicos, Información de Documentos Públicos Adicionales y Comentarios Críticos”. Reporte entregado a la Comisión Parlamentaria de Investigación a Transantiago. (document, see press clipping #1#2#3#4)

Tesis

Hurtubia, R. (2012) “Discrete choice and microsimulation methods for agent-based land use modeling”. PhD Thesis. École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Download  (Infoscience)

Hurtubia, R. (2006) “Un modelo dinámico para la simulación de estados de equilibrio en el mercado inmobiliario” (A dynamic model for the simulation of equilibrium states in the real estate market). Master Thesis. Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas. Universidad de Chile. Download (in spanish only)

Posters

Mora, R., Echiburu, T., Rossetti, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2019) Radiografía de los ciclistas de vereda en Santiago. XIX Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, Santiago, Chile, October 7-9.

Hernandez, S., Hurtubia, R. and Muñoz, J. C. (2019) Análisis de los factores que influyen en la elección de modo de transporte hacia el colegio en Santiago. XIX Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, Santiago, Chile, October 7-9.

Cox, T., Rossetti, T. and Hurtubia, R. (2019) Rol de las percepciones cualitativas sobre el espacio público en la elección residencial: El caso de Santiago y Temuco. XIX Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte, Santiago, Chile, October 7-9.

Oliva, I., Galilea, P. and Hurtubia, R. (2016). Entorno construido y frecuencia del uso de la bicicleta: Análisis de viajes al trabajo para usuarios de Santiago de Chile. Congreso Latinoamericano de Ciclismo Urbano – RuedaLab. Bogotá, Colombia, November 2016. (See poster)

Martínez, Guevara, Hurtubia, Zegras, Ferreira, Ben-Akiva, Rocco, Li, Zhu (2013). Modeling Household Residential Behavior. Future Urban Mobility Long Term Workshop. SMART, Singapore, January 15, 2012 (See poster)

Hurtubia, R. (2012). Market clearing for agent-based land use microsimulations. ENAC Research Day 2012 “Energy in the city”. School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC), EPFL. June 15th 2012. (See poster)

Hurtubia, R. (2011). Bid-­auction based mechanism for location choice and price formation in land use microsimulations. ENAC Research Day 2011 “La métropole Lémanique – quel avenir, quels enjeux ?”. School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC), EPFL. June 8th 2011. (See poster)

Hurtubia, R. (2010). SustainCity: Land use and transportation microsimulation models for more sustainable cities in Europe. ENAC Research Day 2010 “Living with Risks : How to Build New Forms of Expertise”. School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC), EPFL. June 9th 2010. (See poster)