Biogeme Users' Meeting

September 5, 2023

Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETHZ, Switzerland

Room HIL H 35.1

The Biogeme Users' Meeting provides an informal platform for sharing insights, concepts, and best practices revolving around the Biogeme software package. This event is inclusive, welcoming everyone, from novice enthusiasts to seasoned experts.

The meeting will be structured into three key segments:

  1. Michel Bierlaire will present the latest enhancements in Biogeme.
  2. Engage in open discussions touching upon individual recommendations, ongoing concerns, potential enhancements, and sought-after features. If you intend to deliver a brief presentation on a specific subject, please express your interest during registration.
  3. A collaborative computer session where participants can assist one another in resolving specific challenges.

Upon registering, kindly indicate your expectations from the event, along with the particular information and assistance you seek. Your participation will greatly contribute to the event's success.


The meeting will take place at Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETHZ, Switzerland. Room: HIL H 35.1

Tentative program

10:05-10:35Recent Biogeme features, by Michel Bierlaire
10:50-11:45Open discussions
12:00-13:00Collaborative computer session

List of participants

Name First name Institution
JunbiaoSUThe Hong Kong Polytechnic University
DrabickiArkadiuszCracow University of Technology
CaiYangqianTechnical University of Munich
ShadiHaj YahiaTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology
KellenyBishoy Resource Systems Group (RSG)
Bassie Yizengaw Utas
RadmehrMehrshad Cyprus international university
MartaBonioliUniversity of Verona
GeržiničNejcDelft University of Technology
ten DamChrisUtrecht University
AmirAmirMelbourne University
Lucy Mariel Lopez QuirogaLucyYokohama National University
Mohammad Haider KamruzzamanHaiderDTCA
XuezongTaoShanghai Maritime University
Transport and Mobility Laboratory

The Biogeme users' meeting is organized by the Transport and Mobility Laboratory, EPFL.