ADS Coffee & Data offers the opportunity for researchers and business to share their knowledge and give insight on a central theme, specifically in the morning of Thursday 29 March this was on Data Science in the Urban Analytics domain. Here, Jurjen presented his work on Electric Vehicles data and modeling activities.

Abstract: Since the first uptake of electric vehicles, policy makers are questioning how to rollout public charging infrastructure in an efficient manner, such that user convenience balances with costs of investment. In some metropolitan areas, the first phase of rollout has been passed, meaning an optimized deployment of future charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs) becomes important to improve the charging infrastructure and ensure customer satisfaction and sufficient service provision. This research, based on real-world charging data, provides a novel approach for improving the roll-out strategy of municipalities by applying a graph theoretical approach.

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