Armando Carteni

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https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4181-6631
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Italy

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Armando Carteni (2016-01-24)

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Quantitative methods,

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

Transportation planning,

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

Transportation systems analysis,

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

Discrete choice model,

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

Public transport quality,

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

Sustainable mobility,

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

Freight transport,

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

Accessibility

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Armando Carteni (2015-01-07)

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https://www.docenti.unina.it/armando.carteni%27

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Scopus Author ID: 24279706400

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ResearcherID: E-9586-2012

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ResearcherID (2017-08-03)

Biography

Armando Cartenì was born in Naples (Italy, EU) on July 14, 1975. From 2010 he is assistant professor in Transportation Systems at the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering of the University of Naples, Federico II. In 2004 he got a PhD degree on Transportation Engineering at the Department of Transportation Engineering, University of Naples. In 2000 he got a Civil Engineering degree on Transportation at the University of Naples. His research activity has mainly regarded: transportation planning; transportation decision-making process and public engagement; sustainable mobility; public transport; discrete choice models for transport user behaviour; freight transport and container terminal simulation modelling. He has the author of more than 50 papers published in journals, book series and conferences proceedings. He has also been participated in many research projects. Recently has provided different scientific advices including the Technical and Economic Feasibility for an electric car-sharing system for an Italian medium size city (2013); the Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAP) of Naples, Italy (2012); the Community Energy Plan of Salerno, Italy (2009).
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