Research Project Title
Geospatial Intermodal Freight Transportation (GIFT) Model
The Geospatial Intermodal Freight Transportation (GIFT) Model is a network optimization model collaboratively developed by the University of Delaware and the Rochester Institute of Technology to evaluate the energy, emission, cost, and time-of-delivery attributes of intermodal freight transport. The network is characterized not only by distance and time-of-delivery, but also by operating costs, energy, and emissions.
James J. Corbett
Other UD Faculty
PAST co-PI, NOT current:
Earl “Rusty” Lee
Some UD staff S-contract support.
PAST students, NOT current:
Chengfeng Wang, Ph.D., Eric Deans, Ph.D.
Some RIT students
James J. Winebrake, Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology; Karl Korfmacher, Rochester Institute of Technology; J. Scott Hawker, Rochester Institute of Technology.