The Transport Systems and Logistics Laboratory studies the algorithms and technologies that improve the efficiency of modern transport systems.

About us

TSL is led by Dr Panagiotis Angeloudis and is part of the Centre for Transport Studies at the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London.

Our areas of interest include Networks, Logistics and Autonomy, which we study using mathematical optimisation, network analytics and artificial intelligence. We have a multidisciplinary team of researchers, and are always keen to recruit new members.

Research Areas

Networks

We study the structure of transport networks, and their vulnerability against disruptions.

Logistics

We specialise in the analysis of urban, humanitarian and maritime freight transport.

Autonomy

We develop algorithms for the design and control of autonomous vehicle fleets.

Director

Avatar Panagiotis
Angeloudis

Associate Professor

Researchers

Avatar Lefteris
Anastasiadis

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Network Mechanism Design

Avatar Eduardo
Candela

PhD Student

Autonomous Vehicles

Avatar Jose
Escribano-Macias

PhD Student

Humanitarian Logistics

Avatar Felix
Feng

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Connect & Autonomous Vehicles

Avatar Nils
Goldbeck

Visiting Research Associate

Infrastructure Resilience

Avatar Timothy
Haughton

PhD Student

Construction Logistics

Avatar Leo
Hsu

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Stochastic Programming

Avatar Simon
Hu

Visiting Research Fellow

Transport and Environment

Avatar Nina
Jirouskova

PhD Student

Natural Disaster Resilience

Avatar Renos
Karamanis

PhD Student

Ride-sharing Operations

Avatar Ali
Niknejad

Visiting Research Fellow

Maritime Analytics

Avatar Qiming
Ye

PhD Student

Urban Planning & Modelling

Avatar Hongmin
Zhu

PhD Student

Reliability Analysis

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Recent Publications

Recent Conferences

(2019). Analysis of the world container shipping network by spanning tree and gravity model. 9th International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems (LOGMS2019).