Dr. Andre L. Carrel is an assistant professor of transportation and the director of the OSU Travel Behavior Research Group. His expertise is in travel behavior and travel demand forecasting, and his research focuses on long-term and short-term dynamics of travel behavior and the impact of emerging mobility technologies on travel behavior. His research contributes to the forecasting of travel demand trends and has practical implications for designing policies to promote more sustainable travel choices. Dr. Carrel primarily focuses on empirically driven research, where he combines different types of survey data and automatically collected data to develop unique perspectives. Dr. Carrel is jointly appointed in Civil Engineering and City and Regional Planning and is a core faculty member of the OSU Translational Data Analytics Institute. Dr. Carrel graduated from UC Berkeley, MIT, and ETH Zurich, and was a postdoctoral associate at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics.