Panagiotis Angeloudis

Panagiotis Angeloudis

Reader in Transport
Systems & Logistics,
Group Leader

Imperial College London

Dr Panagiotis Angeloudis is Reader and Head of the Transport Systems and Logistics Laboratory (TSL), based in the Centre for Transport Studies (CTS) at Imperial College London.

His research focuses on the intersection of autonomous systems, multi-agent modelling and network optimisation and their applications to freight distribution and passenger transportation. His research group specialises in developing high-performance, scalable models that capture the interactions between users, providers, infrastructure and operating regimes. Recent TSL projects have focused on the design of deployment strategies for safe and efficient autonomous transport systems (AVs, drones) for passenger and freight mobility.

Panagiotis was recently appointed by the UK Department for Transport to the Expert Panel for Maritime 2050 and has been a member of the Future of Mobility review team for the UK Government Office of Science. Over the years, he has advised and developed bespoke models for major corporations, government agencies and consultancies worldwide on initiatives related to transport infrastructure, operations management and technology deployment.

At Imperial, he leads a team of over 15 researchers. He has a broad portfolio of funded research projects, with significant support from EPSRC, InnovateUK, the UK and foreign governments, and the industry. He is a member of the management committee for the Imperial Robotics Forum, Director of Teaching for the Transport Section, and transport champion for the Institute for Security Science and Technology.

He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Maritime Policy and Management and a member of the United States Transportation Research Board Committee on Ports and Channels.

  • Agent-Based Modelling
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Network Optimization
  • PhD in Transportation, 2009

    Imperial College London

  • MEng in Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2009

    Imperial College London

Journal Papers

  1. (2015). Environmental Balance of Shipping Emissions Reduction Strategies. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. Cite DOI
  2. (2013). A cost-based maritime container assignment model. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. Cite DOI
  3. (2010). An uncertainty-aware AGV assignment algorithm for automated container terminals. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. Cite DOI
  4. (2006). Large subway systems as complex networks. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. Cite DOI


Conference Papers

  1. (2022). The Competition and Inefficiency in Urban Road Last-Mile Delivery. Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2022). Cite
  2. (2021). Fast Collision Prediction for Autonomous Vehicles using a Stochastic Dynamics Model. 2021 IEEE 24th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2021). Cite
  3. (2018). Dynamic Pricing in One-Sided Autonomous Ride-Sourcing Markets. 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2018). Cite DOI
  4. (2018). Market dynamics between public transport and competitive ride-sourcing providers. hEART 2018 - 7th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation. Cite
  5. (2017). Supply chain design for modular construction projects. LC3 2017 - 25th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction. Cite DOI
  6. (2016). Equipment Sizing using Petri Networks. Annual Meeting of the Global Ports Research Alliance (GPRA). Cite
  7. (2016). Regional conflicts and impact of liner shipping. Annual Meeting of the Global Ports Research Alliance (GPRA). Cite
  8. (2015). Strategic maritime container transport design in oligopolistic markets. 21st International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory. Cite DOI
  9. (2012). Repositioning in Bicycle-Sharing Schemes. Transportation Research Board 91st Annual Meeting. PDF Cite
  10. (2010). Future for the Automation of Container Terminals. Logistics and Maritime Systems Conference (LOGMS). Cite

Book Chapters

  1. (2017). Building Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure to Support Future Cities. Defining the Urban: Interdisciplinary and Professional Perspectives. Cite
  2. (2017). Port Environmental Management. Encyclopedia of Maritime and Offshore Engineering. Cite
  3. (2015). Economic and environmental trade-offs in water transportation. Green Logistics and Transportation: A Sustainable Supply Chain Perspective. Cite DOI