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Ipin Le

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Department of Information Networking for Innovation and Design
PositionAssistant Professor
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Association Memberships

  • Transportation Research Board
  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF TRAFFIC ENGINEERS
  • NPO SOCIETY FOR TOURISM INFORMATICS

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2017 04  - 現在, Toyo University
  •   2014 04  - 2017 03 , The University of Tokyo
  •   2015 09  - 2016 06 , University of California, San Diego
  •   2009 10  - 2014 03 , The University of Tokyo

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • Understanding Additional Stopover Behaviors of Car Tourists: An Analysis of Combined Route Search and Mobile GPS Travel Trajectory Data, Yiping Le, Saizo Aoyagi, Kazuki Takahashi, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Engineering (ICITE), Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Engineering (ICITE), 10 , Refereed
  • International Comparison of Development Level of Nationwide Transport infrastructures by Considering Geographic, Demographic and Economic Differences of Countries,, Hitoshi IEDA, Yiping LE, Jie XU, Xi Zhao, Refereed
  • Analysis of the Transport Efficiency of Reverse Logistics in Japan, J.Yoon, Yiping LE, International Journal of Urban Science,, International Journal of Urban Science,, 17, (3) 399 - 433, Refereed
  • A Case Study of Cooperative Transport in Reverse Logistics for Efficient Material Recycling in Japan, Yiping LE, J.Yoon, 379 - 385, Refereed
  • An Analysis on Institutional Impacts on the Concentration of Container Port Systems: Cases of Japan, China and Korea,, Yiping LE, Hitoshi IEDA, 3rd International Conference on Transportation Logistics, 3rd International Conference on Transportation Logistics, Refereed
  • Modified Herfindahl-Hirschman Index for Measuring the Concentration Degree of Container Port Systems, LE Yiping, IEDA Hitoshi, Transp Res Rec, Transp Res Rec, (2166) 44 - 53, Refereed
  • Evolution Dynamics of Container Port Systems with a Geo-Economic Concentration Index, LE Yiping, IEDA Hitoshi, Asian Transport Studies, Asian Transport Studies, 1, (1) 46 - 61, Refereed
  • A Bi-level Programming Model and a Solution Method for Public Logistics Terminals Planning,, Yiping LE, L. MIAO, H. WANG, C. WANG, Refereed

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Study on Additional Stopovers on Homeward Journeys from Sightseeing - An Experiment Using a Travel Assistant Mobile Application, Yiping LE, The 6th Conference on Sustainable Tourism in Asia,   2020 03 28
  • Understanding Additional Stopover Behaviors of Car Tourists: An Analysis of Combined Route Search and Mobile GPS Travel Trajectory Data, Yiping Le, 2019 4th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Engineering (ICITE),   2019 09 06
  • Study on the Influence of Real-time Traffic Information on Excursion Travel Behavior based on Route Search and Vehicle Travel Data, Yiping LE, The 3rd Asian Symposium on Sustainable Tourism for Development,   2019 03 23
  • The current situation and issues of reverse logistics for waster mangment in Japan, Yiping LE, The 4th International Conference on Transportation Logistics,   2012
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PORT CONCENTRATION IN THE CONTAINER PORT SYSTEMS OF JAPAN, CHINA AND KOREA, LE Yiping, IEDA Hitoshi, 土木計画学研究・講演集(CD-ROM),   2009 11
  • Evolution Dynamics of Container Port Systems with a Geo-Economic Concentration Index: A Comparison of Japan, China and Korea, Le Yiping, Ieda Hitoshi, Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies,   2009 , The advent of containerization technology has resulted in inter-port competition due to the expansion of hinterlands. Two tendencies, namely concentration and deconcentration of container traffic, have been observed during this process. This study focuses on three Eastern-Asia countries: Japan, China and Korea, to make a comparative discussion of their port concentration dynamics during 1975-2005. Based on the Herfindahl-Hirschman Index (HHI), a new index named Geo-Economic Concentration Index (GECI), which considers the competitive interactions among ports by incorporating geographical and economic characteristics of countries, is presented to measure the degree of concentration of the port systems on a country level. The results of concentration analysis using this new index show the diversified evolution dynamics of the countries concerned. Furthermore, the differences of evolution patterns are explained from the perspective of port governance structure and development policies.
  • Comparative Study of Container Port System Evolution in Japan, China and Korea, Yiping LE, Hitoshi IEDA, 2nd T-LOG/EASTS Logistics IRG Seminar,   2008
  • Research of Traffic Flow Based on Car-following Mode, H. WANG, L. MIAO, Y. LE, Citytrans International Conference,   2005
  • Genetic Algorithm for a bi-level programming model of public logistics terminals planning, Yiping LE, L. MIAO, H. WANG, C. WANG,   2005