Dr. Laurie Garrow Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA3 Talks
Laurie Garrow is an Assistant Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Dr. Garrow's research addresses the development and application of advanced models of travel demand that integrate discrete choice, econometric and market research methods to enhance understanding of travel behavior. Dr. Garrow earned her PhD in Civil... read moreEngineering at Northwestern University, with an emphasis on travel demand modeling and airline passenger behavior. Her dissertation won first prize in the 2004 Aviation Applications Section of the Institute for the Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS) and honorable mention in the 2004 Eric Pas dissertation competition sponsored by the International Association of Travel Behavior Research (IATBR). Dr. Garrow and a colleague from Boeing are currently writing a book
entitled Discrete Choice Models of Air Travel Demand: Theory and Application. Dr. Garrow serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management and is Guest Editor for a special edition of Transportation Research Part B. Dr. Garrow has five years of industry experience, including four years as an Analyst in the research and development revenue management group of United Airlines and one year as an Analyst in the customer science unit of Mercer Management Consulting.