Zhou Bojian


Dr. Bojian Zhou is an assistant professor in School of Transportation at Southeast University. He obtained his Bachelor degree in 2006, and attained his Ph.D degree in 2015 from Southeast University. In 2016, Dr. Bojian Zhou received an award for excellent doctor degree dissertation from China intelligent transportation systems association. From 2013-3014, he worked at Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies in The University of Sydney as a visiting scholar. From 2015-2016, He worked as a post doctor research fellow in Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at National University of Singapore.


Dr. Bojian Zhous research interests include nonlinear programming and variational inequality, Network equilibrium modeling and solution algorithm development, transportation and Logistics systems planning and design.


Dr. Bojian Zhou has conducted or participated 4 theoretical research projects include Natural Science Foundation of China and Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province. He has also finished more than 20 practical research projects in transportation engineering. So far, Dr. Bojian Zhou has published about 10 research papers. Most of them are accepted by top ranked journals.




Selected Papers:

(1)Bojian Zhou, Min Xu, Qiang Meng*,Zhong xiang Huang . A day-to-day route flow evolution process towards the mixed equilibria. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 2017, 82: 210-228.

(2)Bojian Zhou*, Michiel Bliemer, Michael Bell, Jie He, 2015. Two new methods for solving the path-based stochastic user equilibrium problem. Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering. 2016, 31(2):100-116.

(3) Bojian Zhou*, Michiel Bliemer, Hai Yang, Jie He. A trial-and-error congestion pricing scheme for networks with elastic demand and link capacity constraints. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 2015, 72: 77-92.

(4) Bojian Zhou*, Xuhong Li, Jie He. Exploring trust region method for the solution of logit-based stochastic user equilibrium problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 2014, 239(1): 46-57.

(5) Bojian Zhou*, Michiel Bliemer, Xuhong Li, Di Huang. A modified truncated Newton algorithm for the logit-based stochastic user equilibrium problem. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 2015, 39(18): 54155435.

(6)Zhiyuan Liu*, Shuaian Wang, Bojian Zhou, Qixiu Cheng.. Robust optimization of distance-based tolls in a network considering stochastic day to day dynamics. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 2017,79, 58-72.