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Académicos

Sebastián Astroza Tagle:



Ingeniería Civil Industrial y MS en Cs. de la Ingeniería Mención Transporte de la Universidad de Chile
PhD. Ingeniería de la University of Texas at Austin
Cargo: Profesor Asistente
Carrera: Ingeniería Civil Industrial
Oficina: DII, 4to piso Ed. Central, Fac. de ingeniería
Horario de atención alumnos: Jueves de 11:00 a 12:00 horas
Teléfono: 41 2 20 3618
Correo: sastroza@udec.cl

  • Modelos de elección discreta
  • Econometría espacial
  • Sistemas econométricos discretos continuos
  • Modelos de datos heterogéneos generalizados
  • Comportamiento del consumidor
  • Modelos de demanda de viaje
  • Participación de la actividad y uso del tiempo, 
  • Redes sociales y TICs
     

Bhat, C.R., S. Astroza, and P.S. Lavieri (2017). A new spatial and flexible multivariate random-coefficients model for the analysis of pedestrian injury counts by severity level. Analytic Methods in Accident Research, 16, 1-22.

Astroza, S., A.R. Pinjari, C.R. Bhat, and S.R. Jara-Díaz (2017). A microeconomic theory-based latent class multiple discrete-continuous choice model of time use and goods consumption. Transportation Research Record, 2664, 31-41.

Astroza, S., V.M. Garikapati, C.R. Bhat, R.M. Pendyala, P. Lavieri, and F. Dias (2017). Analysis of the impact of technology use on multi-modality and activity-travel characteristics. Transportation Research Record, 2666, 19-28.

Astroza, S., P.N. Patil, K.I. Smith, and C.R. Bhat (2017). Transportation planning to accommodate needs of wind energy projects. Transportation Research Record, 2669, 10-18.

Dias, F.F., P. Lavieri, V.M. Garikapati, S. Astroza, R.M. Pendyala and C.R. Bhat (2017). A behavioral choice model of the use of car-sharing and ride-sourcing services. Transportation, TRB 2017 Special Issue, 44(6), 1307-1323.

Lavieri, P., V.M. Garikapati, C.R. Bhat, R.M. Pendyala, S. Astroza, and F. Dias (2017). Modeling individual preferences for ownership and sharing for autonomous vehicle technologies. Transportation Research Record, 2665, 1-10.

Bhat, C.R., S. Astroza, and A. Hamdi (2017). A spatial generalized ordered-response model with skew normal kernel error terms with an application to bicycling frequency. Transportation Research Part B, 95, 126-148.

Bhat, C.R., S. Astroza, and A.C. Bhat (2016). On allowing a general form for unobserved heterogeneity in the multiple discrete-continuous probit model: formulation and application to tourism travel. Transportation Research Part B, 86, 223-249.

Bhat, C.R., S. Astroza,  A.C. Bhat, and K. Nagel (2016). Incorporating a multiple discrete-continuous outcome in the generalized heterogeneous data model: application to residential self-selection effects analysis in an activity time-use behavior model, Transportation Research Part B, 91, 52-76.

Jara-Díaz, S.R., S. Astroza, C.R. Bhat, and M. Castro (2016). Introducing relations between activities and goods consumption in microeconomic time use models. Transportation Research Part B, 93, 162-180.

Bhat, C.R., S. Astroza, R. Sidharthan, M. Jobair Bin Alam, and W.H. Khushefati (2014). A joint count-continuous model of travel behavior with selection based on a multinomial probit residential density choice model.  Transportation Research Part B, 68, 31-51.

Bhat, C.R., S. Astroza, R. Sidharthan, and P. Bhat (2014). A multivariate hurdle count data model with an endogenous multiple discrete-continuous selection system.  Transportation Research Part B, 63, 77-97.

Jara-Díaz, S.R. and S. Astroza (2014). Joint analysis of time use and consumer expenditure data: examination of two approaches to deriving values of time.  Transportation Research Record, 2382, 75-82.

Konduri, K., S. Astroza, B. Sana, R.M. Pendyala and S.R. Jara-Díaz (2014). Joint analysis of time use and consumer expenditure data: examination of two approaches to deriving values of time.  Transportation Research Record, 2231, 53-60.

  • Understanding consumer behavior through discrete choice models
  • Modelos Estocásticos en Investigación de Operaciones