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Submissions from 2020

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The Movingo integrated ticket: seamless connections across the mälardalen region of Sweden, Ilyas B. Alhassan, B. Matthews, Jeremy P. Toner, and Yusak O. Susilo

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Effect of critical incidents on public transport satisfaction and loyalty: an Ordinal Probit SEM-MIMIC approach, Jaime Allen, Laura Eboli, Gabriella Mazzulla, and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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Mobility as a service and sustainable travel behaviour: A thematic analysis study, Elena Alyavina, Alexandros Nikitas, and Eric Tchouamou Njoya

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Physiological investigation of cognitive load in real-life train travelers during information processing, A. Armougum, A. Gaston-Bellegarde, C. Joie-La Marle, and P. Piolino

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Optimal fares and frequencies for bus services in a small city, Disa Asplund and Roger Pyddoke

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The allocation of national public resources in the Italian local public bus transport sector, Alessandro Avenali, Giuseppe Catalano, Tiziana D'Alfonso, and Giorgio Matteucci

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User acceptance of automated public transport: Valence of an autonomous minibus experience, Christoph Bernhard, Daniel Oberfeld, Christian Hoffmann, Dirk Weismüller, and Heiko Hecht

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Existence, relatedness and growth needs as mediators between mode choice and travel satisfaction: evidence from Denmark, Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Sigal Kaplan, João de Abreu e Silva, Floridea di Ciommo, Yoram Shiftan, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Bike sharing use in conjunction to public transport: Exploring spatiotemporal, age and gender dimensions in Oslo, Norway, Lars Böcker, Ellinor Anderson, Tanu Priya Uteng, and Torstein Throndsen

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Distributional effects of public transport subsidies, Maria Börjesson, Jonas Eliasson, and Isak Rubensson

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Citizens’ opinion about investment in public transport projects in cities, Francisco Calvo-Poyo, Adriana Medialdea, and Ramón Ferri-García

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Long-term cost efficiency of alternative management forms for urban public transport from the public sector perspective, Cristina M. Campos-Alba, Diego Prior, Gemma Pérez-López, and Jose L. Zafra-Gómez

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Mobility policy through the lens of policy mobility: The post-political case of introducing free transit in Luxembourg, Constance Carr and Markus Hesse

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Integrating node-place and trip end models to explore drivers of rail ridership in Flanders, Belgium, Freke Caset, Simon Blainey, Ben Derudder, Kobe Boussauw, and Frank Witlox

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Learning and Adaptation in Dynamic Transit Assignment Models for Congested Networks, Oded Cats and Jens West

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An innovative model to estimate the accessibility of a destination by public transport, Frederico Cavallaro and Alberto Dianin

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Route guidance ranking procedures with human perception consideration for personalized public transport service, Avishai (Avi) Ceder and Yu Jiang

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Determinants of intention-to-use first-/last-mile automated bus service, Pei Nen Esther Chee, Yusak O. Susilo, and Yiik Diew Wong

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Segmenting travellers based on day-to-day variability in work-related travel behaviour, Fiona Crawford

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On the modeling of passenger mobility for stochastic bi-modal urban corridors, Igor Dakic, Lukas Ambühl, Oliver Schümperlin, and Monica Menendez

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Perception of Public Transport Quality of Service among Regular Private Vehicle Users in Madrid, Spain, Juan de Oña, Esperanza Estévez, and Rocio de Oña

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A GIS-based method for evaluating the walkability of a pedestrian environment and prioritised investments, Gabriele D'Orso and Marco Migliore

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Can we estimate accurately fare evasion without a survey? Results from a data comparison approach in Lyon using fare collection data, fare inspection data and counting data, Oscar Egu and Patrick Bonnel

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How comparable are origin-destination matrices estimated from automatic fare collection, origin-destination surveys and household travel survey? An empirical investigation in Lyon, Oscar Egu and Patrick Bonnel

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Valuation of transfer for bus users: The case of Gran Canaria, Raquel Espino and Concepción Román

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Comparison of urban public transport systems in the Czech Republic and Slovakia: Factors underpinning efficiency, Hana Fitzová and Markéta Matulová

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Demand responsive transport: Generation of activity patterns from mobile phone network data to support the operation of new mobility services, Patrizia Franco, Ryan Johnston, and Ecaterina McCormick

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Sustainable urban futures from transportation and planning to networked urban mobilities, Malene Freudendal-Pedersen

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Intermodality in European metropolises: The current state of the art, and the results of an expert survey covering Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg and Paris, Mirko Goletz, Sonja Haustein, Christina Wolking, and Alain L'Hostis

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Revealed and stated preferences for reliable commuter rail in Norway, Askill Harkjerr Halse, Vegard Østli, and Marit Killi

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A passenger-pedestrian model to assess platform and train usage from automated data, Flurin S. Hänseler, Jeroen P.A. van den Heuvel, Oded Cats, Winnie Daamen, and Serge P. Hoogendoorn

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Determinants affecting ferry users’ waiting time at ferry terminals, Thor-Erik Sandberg Hanssen, Finn Jørgensen, and Berner Larsen

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The influence of waiting time on the value of headway time on a ferry service in Norway, Thor-Erik Sandberg Hanssen and Berner Larsen

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A probabilistic fleet analysis for energy consumption, life cycle cost and greenhouse gas emissions modelling of bus technologies, Andrew Harris, Danielle Soban, Beatrice M. Smyth, and Robert Best

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Transitioning towards the deployment of line-based autonomous buses: Consequences for service frequency and vehicle capacity, Jonas Hatzenbühler, Oded Cats, and Erik Jenelius

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Public preferences for mobility as a service: Insights from stated preference surveys, Chinh Q. Ho, Corinne Mulley, and David A. Hensher

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Optimal public transit frequency under stochastic demand and fixed vehicle size: Application in the Norwegian car ferry sector, Harald Høyem and James Odeck

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Transit-oriented development: A review of research achievements and challenges, Anna Ibraeva, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, Cecília Silva, and António Pais Antunes

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Identifying spatio-temporal patterns of bus bunching in urban networks, Christina A. Iliopoulou, Christina P. Milioti, Eleni I. Vlahogianni, and Konstantinos L. Kepaptsoglou

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Capacity-Constrained Bus Bridging Optimization Framework, Alaa Itani, Siva Srikukenthiran, and Amer Shalaby

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Personalized predictive public transport crowding information with automated data sources, Erik Jenelius

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Determination of infrastructure capacity in railway networks without the need for a fixed timetable, Lars Wittrup Jensen, Marie Schmidt, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Network–wide prediction of public transportation ridership using spatio–temporal link–level information, Stephan Karnberger and Constantinos Antoniou

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The role of information availability to passengers in public transport disruptions: An agent-based simulation approach, Nuannuan Leng and Francesco Corman

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People’s current mobility costs and willingness to pay for Mobility as a Service offerings, Timo Liljamo, Heikki Liimatainen, Markus Pöllänen, and Roni Utriainen

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Electric and hydrogen buses: Shifting from conventionally fuelled cars in the UK, Kathryn G. Logan, John D. Nelson, and Astley Hastings

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The impact of centroid connectors on transit assignment outcomes, Ouassim Manout, Patrick Bonnel, and François Pacull

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Designing a large-scale public transport network using agent-based microsimulation, Patrick Manser, Henrik Becker, Sebastian Hörl, and Kay W. Axhausen

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Economic and distributional effects of different fare schemes: Evidence from the Metropolitan Region of Barcelona, Anna Matas, Joseph-Lluis Raymond, and Adriana Ruiz

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The role of city geometry in determining the utility of a small urban light rail/tram system, Michael Mc Gettrick

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Identifying barriers to implementation of local transport policy – Lessons learned from case studies on bus policy implementation in Great Britain, Clare McTigue, Tom Rye, and Jason Monios

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Organizing integrated services in mobility-as-a-service systems: Principles of alliance formation applied to a MaaS-pilot in the Netherlands, Henk Meurs, Fariya Sharmeen, Vincent Marchau, and Rob van der Heijden

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Contributory factors to sleepiness amongst London bus drivers, Karl A. Miller, Ashleigh J. Fitness, Anna Anund, Sally E. Maynard, and Fran Pilkington-Cheney

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Does conducting activities while traveling reduce the value of time? Evidence from a within-subjects choice experiment, Eric Molin, Kingsley Adjenughwure, Menno de Bruyn, Oded Cats, and Pim Warffemius

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User characteristics influencing use of a bicycle-sharing system integrated into an intermodal transport network in Spain, Sebastian Molinillo, Miguel Ruiz-Montañez, and Francisco Liébana-Cabanillas

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Integrated route choice and assignment model for fixed and flexible public transport systems, Jishnu Narayan, Oded Cats, Niels van Oort, and Serge Hoogendoorn

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Public transport procurement in Britain, Chris Nash and Andrew Smith

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The adoption of grid transit networks in non-metropolitan contexts, Silvio Nocera, Alberto Fabio, and Federico Cavallaro

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Determinants of passengers' metro car choice revealed through automated data sources: a Stockholm case study, Soumela Peftitsi, Erik Jenelius, and Oded Cats

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How to create functioning collaboration in theory and in practice – practical experiences of collaboration when planning public transport systems, Fredrik Pettersson and Robert Hrelja

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Shifting from Private to Public Transport using Duration-Based Modeling of a School-Based Intervention, Mariza Motta Queiroz, Carlos Roque, and Filipe Moura

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Test-riding the driverless bus: Determinants of satisfaction and reuse intention in eight test-track locations, Jordi Rosell and Jaime Allen

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Real-world fuel efficiency and emissions from an urban diesel bus engine under transient operating conditions, Fredy Rosero, Natalia Fonseca, José-María López, and Jesús Casanova

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Is flat fare fair? Equity impact of fare scheme changeIs flat fare fair? Equity impact of fare scheme change, Isak Rubensson, Yusak Susilo, and Oded Cats

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Economic and ecological optimization of electric bus charging considering variable electricity prices and CO2eq intensities, Matthias Rupp, Christian Rieke, Nils Handschuh, and Isabel Kuperjans

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Decomposing journey times on urban metro systems via semiparametric mixed methods, Ramandeep Singh, Daniel Hörcher, Daniel J. Graham, and Richard J. Anderson

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Impact of public transport strikes on the road network: The case of Athens, Ioanna Spyropoulou

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Passenger-centered vulnerability assessment of railway networks, Christopher Szymula and Nikola Bešinović

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Modeling and optimizing a fare incentive strategy to manage queuing and crowding in mass transit systems, Yili Tang, Yu Jiang, Hai Yang, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Developing a tool for assessing park-and-ride facilities in a sustainable mobility perspective, Aud Tennøy, Jan Usterud Hanssen, and Kjersti Visnes Øksenholt

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Mobility needs, activity patterns and activity flexibility: How subjective and objective constraints influence mode choice, Mikkel Thorhauge, Habtama Tilahun Kassahun, Elisabetta Cherchi, and Sonja Haustein

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Enhancing rail direct demand models with competition between ticket types using contributions from economic theory and market research, Jeremy Toner, Mark Wardman, Jeremy Shires, Fitsum Teklu, and Andrew Hatfield

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The Distance Factor in Swedish Bus Contracts How far are operators willing to go?, Andreas Vigren

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The impact on bus ridership of passenger incentive contracts in public transport, Andreas Vigren and Roger Pyddoke

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The valuation and demand impacts of the worthwhile use of travel time with specific reference to the digital revolution and endogeneity, Mark Wardman, Phani Chintakayala, and Chris Heywood

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Crowding valuation in urban tram and bus transportation based on smart card data, Menno Yap, Oded Cats, and Bart van Arem

Submissions from 2019

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What is the role of weather, built-environment and accessibility geographical characteristics in influencing travelers’ experience?, Roberto F. Abenoza, Chengxi Liu, Oded Cats, and Yusak O. Susilo

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Impact on urban form by the localization of railway stations: Evidence from Sweden, Marcus Adolphson and Oskar Fröidh

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Effect of a major network reform on bus transit satisfaction, Jaime Allen, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Jordi Rosell

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The impact of fare complexity on rail demand, Paulo Anciaes, Paul Metcalfe, Chris Heywood, and Rob Sheldon

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Subsidisation of public transport fares for the young: An impact evaluation analysis for the Madrid Metropolitan Area, José M. Arranz, Mercedes Burguillo, and Jennifer Rubio

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Inferring dynamic origin-destination flows by transport mode using mobile phone data, Danya Bachir, Ghazaleh Khodabandelou, Vincent Gauthier, Mounim El Yacoubi, and Jakob Puchinger

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Employer perceptions of the business benefits of sustainable transport: A case study of peri-urban employment areas in South West England, Caroline Bartle and Kiron Chatterjee

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Stable and robust train routing in station areas with balanced infrastructure capacity occupation, Nikola Bešinović and Rob M.P. Goverde

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Urban bus emission trends in the Krakow metropolitan area (Poland) from 2010 to 2015, Marek Bogacki and Paulina Bździuch

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Satisfaction with crowding and other attributes in public transport, Maria Börjesson and Isak Rubensson

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What value do travelers put on connectivity to mobile phone and Internet networks in public transport? Empirical evidence from the Paris region, Nathan Bounie, François Adoue, Martin Koning, and Alain L'Hostis

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Verkehrsverbund: The evolution and spread of fully integrated regional public transport in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, Ralph Buehler, John Pucher, and Oliver Dümmler

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Factors influencing trip generation on metro system in Madrid (Spain), Francisco Calvo, Laura Eboli, Carmen Forciniti, and Gabriella Mazzulla

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How the built environment and the railway network can affect the mobility of older people: Analyses of the southern Swedish region of Scania, Rosalia Camporeale, Anders Wretstrand, and Magnus Andersson

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Vulnerability of public transportation networks against directed attacks and cascading failures, Antonio Candelieri, Bruno G. Galuzzi, Ilaria Giordani, and Francesco Archetti

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Selecting an optimal contractual payment model for Istanbul's public bus operators using non-linear mathematical programming, Fatih Canıtez, Dilay Çelebi, Muhammet Deveci, and Yusuf Kuvvetli

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Urban transport and social inequities in neighbourhoods near underground stations in Greater London, Mengqiu Cao and Robin Hickman

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A matheuristic for integrated timetabling and vehicle scheduling, Samuela Carosi, Antonio Frangioni, Laura Galli, Leopoldo Girardi, and Giuliano Vallese

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Measuring the potential emission reductions from a shift towards public transport, Páraic Carroll, Brian Caulfield, and Aoife Ahern

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User perception of transfers in multimodal urban trips: A qualitative study, Rocio Cascajo, Elena Lopez, Fernando Herrero, and Andres Monzon

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Frequency and Vehicle Capacity Determination using a Dynamic Transit Assignment Model, Oded Cats and Stefan Glück

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An optimization model for integrated transit-parking policy planning, Joana Cavadas and António Pais Antunes

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On the Usefulness of a Combined Mode Choice-Schedule Choice Model: Case of the Paris–Bordeaux Rail Line (France), Minghui Chen and Stéphanie Souche Le Corvec

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Time Available at Destination: Tool to Evaluate the Quality of Public Transport Service and a Determinant of Mode Choice, Minghui Chen, Stéphanie Souche Le Corvec, and Alain Bonnafous