International Choice Modelling Conference 2015

Austin, Texas - USA

10 May 2015 – 13 May 2015


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The International Choice Modelling Conference brings together leading researchers and practitioners from across different areas of study, with presentations looking both at state of the art methodology as well as innovative real world applications of choice models. Following on from the success of the third Conference held in Sydney in 2013, the fourth International Choice Modelling Conference will be organised jointly by the Center for Transportation Research (CTR) at The University of Texas at Austin and Resource Systems Group, Inc. (RSG).  The 2015 Conference is being held at AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center at The University of Texas at Austin from May 10-13, 2015.

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The schedule of presentation is now available on the Programme page.  ICMC 2015 will feature the following Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Kenneth Train

Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley and Vice President of NERA Economic Consulting

Prof. Wagner Kamakura

Jesse H. Jones Professor of Marketing at the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University

Dr. Fariba Alamdari

Vice President of Marketing and Aviation Policy for Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Read the keynote speakers' biographical highlights.

The conference will be held in the city of Austin, located along the Colorado River in Central Texas. In addition to being a rich hub of culture, government, and industry, Austin is considered the “live music capital of the world.” Austin is accessible via major highway corridors and airlines.    

The AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center at The University of Texas at Austin is an excellent venue for the conference. The Center has abundant meeting room space, spacious guest rooms, and an extensive business center. The hotel is within walking distance of downtown entertainment and restaurants, and offers many attractions in and around downtown Austin. For example, the Congress Avenue bridge bats, the red granite Texas State Capitol, the Texas State History Museum, the Austin Lyric Opera, and the Zilker Botanical Gardens are just some of the many attractions in very close proximity to the conference venue.

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