I am a Presidential Young (Assistant) Professor at the National University of Singapore.

I am interested in creating methodological innovations at the intersection of Bayesian Machine Learning, Econometrics, Causal Inference, and Computational Psychology to address challenging questions in travel/consumer behaviour modeling, value-based decision making, and traffic safety.

My interdisciplinary research primarily encompasses the following research themes:

  1. Approximate Bayesian Inference

  2. Agent-based modeling

  3. Causal inference in behavioral models

  4. Sequential sampling models

  5. EEG and Eyetracking-based choice experiments

The main application areas are (but not limited to):

  1. Consumer preferences for emerging technologies

  2. E-mobility, micro-mobility, and mobility-on-demand services

  3. Automobile markets

  4. Transit demand modeling