Home Teaching Publications Office Hours Contact

Research Areas

Throughout His Career

Most of Dr. Bernstein's research has focused on the use of computing and communications technology in transportation. This has included work on in-vehicle computing:

    An Introduction to In-Vehicle Navigation Systems (Slides)
    Finding Alternative Paths (Overview)
    Incorporating Time and Tolls in Path Finding Algorithms (Overview)
    Map Matching (Overview)

other kinds of intelligent transportation systems:

    An Introduction to Intelligent Transportation Systems (Slides)
    The Future of Intelligent Transportation Systems (Slides)
    Efficiency, Fairness and Equity of ITS (Slides)
    Congestion Pricing with an Untolled Alternative (Working Paper)
    Well-Behaved Link Delay Functions (Working Paper)
    An Introduction to Electronic Commerce Technologies (Slides)
    Personal Travel Assistants and En-Route Commerce (Tech. Report)
    Real-Time Pricing of Taxi Services (Slides)
    Internet Congestion and Pricing (Slides)
    Congestion (Slides)

some work on transit systems, and a significant amount of work on route and departure-time choice. (See his list of publications for more information.)

Current Research

Dr. Bernstein continues to have an interest in transportation-related topics but has recently branched out into a couple of other areas.

Editorial Responsibilities

Dr. Bernstein is, or has been, on the editorial boards of several journals, including:

    Journal of Regional Science
    Operations Research
    Spatial and Network Theory
    Transportation Science

and is, or has been, a reviewer for numerous other journals.

Invited Talks

Dr. Bernstein has given a variety of invited "semi-technical" talks to a broad range of audiences over the years, including:

    Calculus for the Morning Commute (Slides)
    Getting from Here to There (Slides)
    Introduction to TeX and LaTeX (Slides, Sample)
    Modeling for En-Route Commerce (Slides)


Route Finding

Graphs in Sports


Educational Games
Copyright © David Bernstein