Ilka Dubernet joined the Institute of Transport Research in August 2021. She focuses on passenger transport modeling, the development and implementation of theoretical model approaches, and the analysis of economic effects of transport changes.
Her research focuses on the analysis of individual mobility behavior in interaction with the environment and society using multivariate statistical methods such as discrete choice models. Another focus of her work is the planning, design, execution and analyses of surveys on mobility behavior of individuals on various topics in transportation research.
Dissertation Title: Understanding the value of travel time: Advanced modelling techniques applied to the national German value of travel time and travel time reliability study
Dissertation Title: Using a piecewise Cox PH model to analyse workplace changes in mobility biographies
Dissertation Title: Analyse der Zielwahl im motorisierten Individualverkehr - Eine Betrachtung der Auftretungshäufigkeiten routinisierter Fahrten
Full publication lists
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=LbYCYuEAAAAJ&hl=de
An overview of all publications, which are created as part of her DLR activity, can be found at the DLR-Publicationserver elib.