Ivan Sanchez-Diaz

Associate Professor at Supply and Operations Management

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz is an Associate Professor at the Division of Supply and Operations Management. His research focuses on freight demand modeling and the design of urban freight transportation policy. His work involves the development of statistical analysis, behavioral models, and analytical models for freight transportation systems planning.

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Showing 55 publications

2024

Effects of freight curbside management on sustainable cities: Evidence and paths forward

Juan Pablo Castrellon, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. Vol. 130
Journal article
2024

Smart loading zones. A data analytics approach for loading zones network design

Juan Pablo Castrellon, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jorge Gil
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Vol. 24
Journal article
2024

Evaluating spatial inequity in last-mile delivery: a national analysis

Travis Fried, Anne Goodchild, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2023

Using Machine Learning to Predict Freight Vehicles' Demand for Loading Zones in Urban Environments

Andres Regal Ludowieg, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi
Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2677 (1), p. 829-842
Journal article
2023

Enabling Factors and Durations Data Analytics for Dynamic Freight Parking Limits

Juan Pablo Castrellon, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi
Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2677 (2), p. 219-234
Journal article
2023

Uncovering freight curbside management effects on cities' sustainable development goals. A systematic literature review

Juan Pablo Castrellon, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Procedia. Vol. 72, p. 2581-2588
Paper in proceeding
2023

Freight trip generation models: Using establishment data to understand the origin of urban freight traffic

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Juan Pablo Castrellon
Handbook on City Logistics and Urban Freight, p. 115-139
Book chapter
2023

Seeking equity and justice in urban freight: where to look?

Travis Fried, Anne Goodchild, Michael Browne et al
Transport Reviews. Vol. 44 (1), p. 191-212
Journal article
2023

Assessing the eco-efficiency benefits of empty container repositioning strategies via dry ports

Juan Pablo Castrellon, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Violeta Roso et al
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. Vol. 120
Journal article
2022

Joint modeling of arrivals and parking durations for freight loading zones: Potential applications to improving urban logistics

Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Juan Pablo Castrellon et al
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 166, p. 307-329
Journal article
2022

Dynamic Stochastic Electric Vehicle Routing with Safe Reinforcement Learning  

Rafael Basso, Balázs Adam Kulcsár, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. Vol. 157 (157)
Journal article
2022

Property owners as possible game changers for sustainable urban freight

Alena Brettmo, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Research in Transportation Business and Management. Vol. 45
Journal article
2022

Managing household freight: The impact of online shopping on residential freight trips

Joris Beckers, Ivan Cardenas, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transport Policy. Vol. 125, p. 299-311
Journal article
2021

Generalized noortman and van es’ empty trips model

Carlos Gonzalez-Calderon, José Holguín-Veras, Johanna Amaya et al
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 145, p. 260-268
Journal article
2021

Energy-efficient retrofit measures (EERM) in residential buildings: An application of discrete choice modelling

Clara Camarasa, Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Buildings. Vol. 11 (6)
Journal article
2021

Assessing the inequalities in access to online delivery services and the way COVID-19 pandemic affects marginalization

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Ceren Altuntas Vural, Arni Halldorsson
Transport Policy. Vol. 109, p. 24-36
Journal article
2021

Value-Added Services at Dry Ports: Balancing the Perspectives of Different Stakeholders

Alena Khaslavskaya, Violeta Roso, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Transportation Journal. Vol. 60 (4), p. 406-438
Journal article
2021

Electric Vehicle Routing Problem with Machine Learning for Energy Prediction

Rafael Basso, Balázs Adam Kulcsár, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. Vol. 145, p. 24-55
Journal article
2021

Bus rapid transit (Brt) and urban freight—competition for space in densely populated cities

Paola Andrea Cruz-Daraviña, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Juan Pablo Bocarejo Suescún
Sustainability. Vol. 13 (12)
Journal article
2020

State of the art and practice of urban freight management: Part I: Infrastructure, vehicle-related, and traffic operations

José Holguín-Veras, Johanna Amaya Leal, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 137, p. 360-382
Journal article
2020

A Multiclass Tour Flow Model and Its Role in Multiclass Freight Tour Synthesis

Jose Holguin-Veras, Trilce Encarnacion, Diana Ramirez-Rios et al
Transportation Science. Vol. 54 (3), p. 631-650
Journal article
2020

Assessing the magnitude of freight traffic generated by office deliveries

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 142, p. 279-289
Journal article
2020

Spatial patterns of logistics facilities in Gothenburg, Sweden

Adeline Heitz, Laetitia Dablanc, Jerry Olsson et al
Journal of Transport Geography. Vol. 88 (October 2020)
Journal article
2020

A Time-Efficiency Study of Medium-Duty Trucks Delivering in Urban Environments

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Laura Palacios-Arguello, Anders Levandi et al
Sustainability. Vol. 12 (1), p. 425-
Journal article
2020

The Role of Food Hubs in Enabling Local Sourcing for School Canteens

Laura Palacios-Argüello, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu et al
Food Supply Chains in Cities: Modern Tools for Circularity and Sustainability, p. 233-263
Book chapter
2020

State of the art and practice of urban freight management Part II: Financial approaches, logistics, and demand management

José Holguín-Veras, Johanna Amaya Leal, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 137, p. 383-410
Journal article
2019

The influence of aggregation level and category construction on estimation quality for freight trip generation models

Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. Vol. 121, p. 134-148
Journal article
2019

Services at Swedish Dry Ports

Alena Khaslavskaya, Violeta Roso, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
1st International Conference of Maritime Science & Technology - NAŠE MORE 2019
Paper in proceeding
2019

Energy consumption estimation integrated into the Electric Vehicle Routing Problem

Rafael Basso, Balázs Adam Kulcsár, Bo Egardt et al
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. Vol. 69, p. 141-167
Journal article
2019

Implications of activity classification aggregation in urban freight trip generation linear models

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu
Handbook of Research on Urban and Humanitarian Logistics
Book chapter
2018

Characterization and analysis of metropolitan freight patterns in Medellin, Colombia

Carlos A. Gonzalez-Calderon, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Ivan Sarmiento-Ordosgoitia et al
European Transport Research Review. Vol. 10 (2)
Journal article
2018

Potential of Implementing Urban Freight Strategies in the Accommodation and Food Services Sector

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2672 (9), p. 194-203
Journal article
2018

The New York city off-hour delivery program: A business and community-friendly sustainability program

J. Holguín-Veras, Stacey Hodge, Jeffrey Wojtowicz et al
Interfaces. Vol. 48 (1), p. 70-86
Journal article
2018

Towards a logistic organization for organic-local product supply in school canteen distribution systems

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Laura Palacios-Argüello, Jesús Gonzalez-Feliu et al
ILS 2018 - Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, Proceedings, p. 552-562
Paper in proceeding
2018

Accommodating urban freight in city planning

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Michael Browne
European Transport Research Review. Vol. 10 (2)
Other text in scientific journal
2017

Electric vehicle routing problem – a nested two level approach

Rafael Basso, Balázs Adam Kulcsár, Bo Egardt et al
Proceedings of Swedish transportation research conference Stockholm 17-18 October 2017
Paper in proceeding
2017

Fostering unassisted off-hour deliveries: the role of incentives

José Holguín-Veras, Xiaokun Wang, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 102, p. 172-187
Journal article
2017

Modeling Urban Freight Generation: A Study of Commercial Establishments’ Freight Needs

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 102, p. 3-17
Journal article
2017

Urban freight-parking practices: The cases of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Delhi (India)

Leeza Malik, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Geetam Tiwari et al
Research in Transportation Business and Management. Vol. 24, p. 37-48
Journal article
2017

Shifting Urban Freight Deliveries to the Off-Peak Hours: A Review of Theory and Practice

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Peter Géoren, Märta Brolinson
Transport Reviews. Vol. 37 (4), p. 521-543
Journal article
2017

Urban traffic congestion and freight transport: A comparative assessment of three European cities

Cathy Macharis, Michael Browne, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Interdisciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic
Paper in proceeding
2016

Aggregation Level, Variability, and Linear Hypotheses for Urban Delivery Generation Models

Jesús Gonzalez-Feliu, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Christian Ambrosini
Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Paper in proceeding
2016

Assessing the implications of aggregating data by activity-based categories for urban freight trip generation modeling

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Christian Ambrosini
Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain Conference Proceedings
Paper in proceeding
2016

Sustainable Urban Freight Systems and Freight Demand Management

José Holguin-Veras, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Michael Browne
Transportation Research Procedia. Vol. 12, p. 40-52
Paper in proceeding
2016

Exploring Carriers Perceptions about City Logistics Initiatives

Evandro Manzano dos Santos, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2547, p. 66-73
Journal article
2016

Freight Demand Management and the Potential of Receiver-Led Consolidation Programs

José Holguín-Veras, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 84, p. 109-130
Journal article
2016

ETC adoption, time-of-travel choice, and comprehensive policies to enhance time-of-day pricing: a stated preference investigation

J. Holguín-Veras, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, B. Reim
Transportation. Vol. 43 (2), p. 273-299
Journal article
2016

An exploratory analysis of spatial effects on freight trip attraction

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, J. Holguín-Veras, X. Wang
Transportation. Vol. 43 (1), p. 170-196
Journal article
2016

Urban Freight-Parking Practices: The Cases of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Delhi (India)

Leeza Malik, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Geetam Tiwari et al
14th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR) 2016, Shanghai, 10-15 July, p. 1-17
Paper in proceeding
2015

The Role of Classification Systems In Freight Trip Attraction Modeling

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Shama Campbell, Miguel Jaller et al
TRB 94th Annual Meeting
Paper in proceeding
2015

Identifying Freight Intermediaries. Implications for Modeling of Freight Trip Generation

Miguel Jaller, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jose Holguin-Veras
Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2478 (1), p. 48-56
Journal article
2015

A time-dependent freight tour synthesis model

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, José Holguín-Veras, Xuegang (Jeff) Ban
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. Vol. 78, p. 144-168
Journal article
2015

An investigation of the effects of critical infrastructure on urban mobility in the city of Medellín

Miguel Jaller, Carlos Gonzalez-Calderon, Wilfredo Yushimito et al
International Journal of Critical Infrastructures. Vol. 11 (3), p. 213-232
Journal article
2015

Improving Freight System Performance in Metropolitan Areas: A Planning Guide

José Holguin-Veras, Johanna Amaya-Leal, Jeffrey Wojtowicz et al
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Showing 13 research projects

2023–2026

REDIG system demonstration: open logistics system for the Evenemangsstraket for more efficient transport

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Supply and Operations Management
VINNOVA

2023–2026

E-Laas: Energy optimal urban Logistics As A Service

Balázs Adam Kulcsár Automatic Control
Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Dan Andersson Service Management and Logistics
Fangting Zhou Automatic Control
Ala Arvidsson Supply and Operations Management
Swedish Energy Agency
European Commission (EC)

3 publications exist
2023–2024

Understanding curbside demand using big data analytics & business models - A freight perspective

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Jorge Gil Urban Design and Planning
Juan Pablo Castrellon Service Management and Logistics
Jon Williamsson Unknown organization
Chalmers

2022–2023

Synergies in Autonomous Transportation (SAT)

Lars-Ola Bligård Design & Human Factors
Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi Service Management and Logistics
Fredrick Ekman Design & Human Factors
VINNOVA

2020–2023

Empty container positioning

Violeta Roso Service Management and Logistics
Ceren Altuntas Vural Service Management and Logistics
Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi Service Management and Logistics
Juan Pablo Castrellon Service Management and Logistics
Swedish Energy Agency

1 publication exists
2020–2021

Logistics for the marginalized: The quest for equitable access to goods in the transport system of the future

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Arni Halldorsson Service Management and Logistics
Ceren Altuntas Vural Service Management and Logistics
Chalmers

1 publication exists
2019–2020

Using data analytics for smart loading zones management in cities

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi Service Management and Logistics
Jorge Gil Urban Design and Planning
Balázs Adam Kulcsár Automatic Control
VINNOVA

3 publications exist
2019–2022

Value2Sea

Violeta Roso Service Management and Logistics
Alena Khaslavskaya Service Management and Logistics
Per Wide Service Management and Logistics
Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Interreg

12 publications exist
2018–2019

EL FORT - Optimering av elfordonsflotta i Real-Tid - (Fas 2)

Balázs Adam Kulcsár Automatic Control
Rafael Basso Automatic Control
Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
VINNOVA

4 publications exist
2018–2019

Autonomous and Connected Trucks for Electric Distribution (ACTED)

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Balázs Adam Kulcsár Automatic Control
Jorge Gil Urban Design and Planning
Henk Wymeersch Communication Systems
Chalmers

1 publication exists
2016–2018

Suburban logistics - efficient use of infrastructure

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Sönke Behrends Service Management and Logistics
Region Västra Götaland
VINNOVA

2014–2025

Gothenburg Urban Freight Platform

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Dan Andersson Service Management and Logistics
Lokesh Kumar Kalahasthi Service Management and Logistics
Michael Browne Unknown organization
VREF

29 publications exist
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