I am Tianli Zhou (周天骊), a Ph.D. candidate in Transportation at the MIT CEE (Civil & Environmental Engineering). My main research interest now focuses on the design and analysis of vehicle sharing service and transportation networks. In research, I mainly use optimization methods, data mining techniques and other IT technologies. My Ph.D. advisor is Professor Carolina Osorio.
I obtained my S.M. degree (M.S.T.) in Transportation from MIT in 2015. My research advisors were Professor Cynthia Barnhart and Professor Carolina Osorio. I obtained my B.Eng. degree in Industrial Engineering from Tsinghua University in 2013. My research advisor was Professor Hai Jiang.
My hobbies include swimming, badminton, photographing and so on.