ITLS celebrates three PhD graduations

06 Jun 2014

ITLS congratulates our three most recent PhD graduates:

Dr Montathip Chanpum, from Thailand, wrote her doctoral thesis on: The influence of supply chain relationships on empty container management. She was supervised by Dr Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya, Dr Ada Ngand Honorary Professor David Walters.

Dr Joe Fai Poon, whose studies were supported by a scholarshipfrom Singapore Land Transport Authority, wrote his doctoral thesis on: Analysing the effects of travel information on public transport traveller's decision making and learning.He was supervised by Professor Peter Stopher and Associate Professor Stephen Greaves.

Dr Waiyan Leong, also from Singapore, wrote his doctoral thesis on: Embedding decision heuristics in discrete choice models: assessing the MERITS of Majority of Confirming Dimensions, Extremeness Aversion, and Reference Revision. He was supervised by Professor David Hensher and Professor John Rose.

Montathip Chanpum, Professor David Hensher, Waiyan Leong and Joe Fai Poon

L-R: Montathip Chanpum, Professor David Hensher,
Waiyan Leong and Joe Fai Poon

Professor Peter Stopher (L) with Joe Fai Poon

Professor Peter Stopher (L) with Joe Fai Poon