Type and Press enter
  • Νame: Boile Maria-Poulia
  • Role: Professor
  • Department: Department of Maritime Studies
  • Office: 507/Lambr. 21 Bld.
  • Telephone: +30 210 4142514
  • E-mail: boile[at]unipi[dot]gr
  • CURRICULUM VITAE

Undergraduate Program

  • ΝΑ409 Port and Terminal Operations Management
  • ΝΑΑΓΓ48 Ports and Spatial Planning
  • ΝΑAΓΓ20 Ports and Intermodal Transport

M.Sc. in Shipping 

  • ΜΝ335 Port and Terminal Management
  • ΜΝ407 Ports and Intermodal Transports

M.Sc. in Shipping Management

  • SM204 Port and Terminal Management

Research Projects

Project Partner               ‘Maritime Logistics Engineering and Management – MarLEM. EMFF, Budget: 812000 euro. October 2019 – September 2022

Project Manger               ‘Proposal for a Sectoral Study on the potential of Agro logistics in Greece’. Budget: 50.020 euro Sectoral Study in the context of a Stavros Niarchos Foundation project.

Project Manager             ‘Port IoT for environmental Leverage- PIXEL’ support to the Thessaloniki Port Authority SA. on a H2020 project. Budget: 38.700euro July 2019

Project Partner               ‘SAFEMODE’ H2020 Budget: 1.6M ευρώ January 2019-May 2022

Project Partner               ‘Cluster Act’. EMFF, Budget: 735.000 ευρώ January 2019-December 2021

Project Partner               ‘AW DRONES’ H2020. Budget: 2.6M ευρώ January 2019-December 2021

Project Partner               “Sustainable Ports in the Adriatic-Ionian Region – SUPAIR” ADRION INTERREG V-B TRANSNATIONAL. Budget: 1.2M euro   January 2018 – December 2019

Project Partner               “Maritime Alliance for fostering the European Blue economy through a Marine Technology Skilling Strategy- MATES” EU Sector Skill Alliances ERASMUS+, Budget: euro 5M. January 2018 – December 2021.

Project Partner               “Μελέτη λειτουργίας της Πύλης 16 του Οργανισμού Λιμένος Θεσσαλονίκης ΑΕ» ΟΛΘ Α.Ε.. Budget: euro 15000. August 2018 – February 2019.

Project Partner               “Intentify future transport research needs – INTEND” EU H2020. Budget: euro 1M.  August 2017 – September 2018.

Project Partner               «Ευφυή και Αυτοματοποιημένα Συστήματα για τη Σχεδίαση, Προσομοίωση και Ανάπτυξη ολοκληρωμένων Προϊόντων και Διεργασιών – ODYSSEAS» ΕΣΠΑ. Budget: euro 1.9M. 2017 – 2020

Project Partner               “Δυναμική Δρομολόγηση Διασυνδεδεμένων Οχημάτων και Έξυπνων Φαναριών Κυκλοφορίας – DRIVE-IT” ΕΠΑΝΕΚ Ερευνώ-Δημιουργώ-Καινοτομώ. Budget: euro 535300.  September 2018 – August 2020.

Project Partner               “Common framework for a European Life Cycle based Asset Management Approach for transport infrastructure networks – AM4INFRA” EC H2020. Budget: euro 1.4M. September 2016 – August 2018.

Project Partner               “Optimal fuel consumption with predictive power train control and calibration for intelligent truck – OptiTruck” EC H2020. Budget: euro 4.4M. September 2016 – August 2019.

Project Manager             “Παροχή συμβουλευτικής υποστήριξης στο Δήμο Δελφών για τεκμηρίωση προτάσεων βιώσιμων μεταφορών” Σύμβαση Παροχής Υπηρεσιών, Δήμος Δελφών. Προϋπολογισμός 20000 ευρώ. Μάρτιος 2016 – Δεκέμβριος 2017.

Project Partner               “Study on accident causation for traffic accidents involving powered two wheelers and bicycles in the European Union – SaferWheels” EC Tender, DG MOVE. Budget: euro 989300. January 2015 – December 2017.

Project Partner               “New cooperative business models and guidance for sustainable city logistics – NOVELOG” EC H2020 Budget: euro 4.4M. June 2015 – May 2018.

Scientific Coordinator   “Σύστημα Περιβαλλοντικής Διαχείρισης Κυκλοφορίας σε Αστικό Περιβάλλον- TEMR” Budget: euro 93,250. June 2014 – Sept 2015

Project Manager             “European PORTWorkers TRAIning Scheme – EUPORTRAITS” EC FP7, CSA-CA. Budget: euro 1,4 M. 2013 – 2016

Project Manager             “Cargo Ferry Operations Between Thessaloniki, Greece, and Novorossiysk, Russia. Budget: euro 11,800. April 2014 – June 2014.

Project Partner/              “Support the Uptake of Innovative Sustainable Urban Mobility

Team Leader                  SOLUTIONS – SOLUTIONS” EC FP7, CSA-SA. Budget: Euro 2M 2013-2016

Project Partner/              “Ex-Post Evaluation of Transport Research and Innovation in the FP7

Team Leader                  ‘Cooperation’ Programme – Tri-Value” EC FP7, CSA-SA. Budget: Euro 498,211. 2013-2014

Team Leader                  “Strategic Study on Transport for the Development of the National Strategic Reference Framework” Ministry of Development, Greece. Budget: Euro 15000. Dec. 2012 – March 2013.

Project Manager             “Application of the Road Equivalent Tariff Concept” Ministry of Development, Greece. Budget: Euro 42250. Dec 2011 – April 2013

Project Manager             “Estimation of RoadTransport Costs” Hellenic Syndicate of Land Goods Transport. Budget: Euro 15000. Dec. 2012-Feb. 2013.

Project Partner               “ERA NET Transport III – ENT III” EC-FP7, CSA-CA. Budget: Euro 2.3M. Nov. 2012-Nov. 2015.

Project Manager             “Advanced Cargo Transport Information Services – ACTIS” National Programme SYNERGASIA” Budget: Euro 499075. September 2013 – May 2015.

Project Manager             “Education and Training Requirements and Certification Procedures of the Logistics Sector in Greece”. (budget and project details, confidential) World Bank, Nov – Jan 2013.

Project Manger               “Recommendations and Policies to Enhance Airport Environmental Co-Modality – AEC for Passenger and Freight Transport through Research Clusters and SMEs Participation – CARE” Contract through the Clean Aerospace Regions (CARE) Project, Aerospace Valley. Budget: Euro 25000. Feb. 2013 – April 2013.

Project Partner/              “Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration in the field of Energy and

Team Leader                  Environment – Collaboration-CERTH” Ministry of Education, Programme KRIPIS. Budget: Euro 1.13M. Jan. 2013 – July 2015.

Project Partern/              “Promotion of Port Communities SMEs role in Energy Efficiency and

Team Leader                  GREEN Technologies for Berthing Operations – GREENBERTH” STC Programme MED. Budget: Euro 1.616M.  Nov. 2012 – May 2015

Project Partern/              “Smart Green Innovative Urban Logistics for Energy Efficient

Team Leader                  Mediterranean  Cities – SMILE” STC Programme MED. Budget: Euro 1.872M.  Nov. 2012 – April 2015

Project Manager             “Future Prospects on Transport Evolution and Innovation Challenges for the Competitiveness of Europe – FUTRE” EC-FP7. CSA-SA. Budget: Euro 877000. Nov 2012 – Oct 2014.

Project Manager             “ Network of European – Asian Rail Research Capacities –  NEAR2” EC-FP7, CSA-CA. Budget: Euro 887000. Dec 2012 – Nov 2014

Project Manager             “Development of an optimization-based simulation platform for modeling and analysis of freight transport operations through marine container terminals – COMPETE” National Program “Thalis”. Budget: Euro 415,000. October 2011 – October 2014.

Team Leader                  “Carbon Footprint of Freight Transport – COFRET” EC FP7 Collaborative Project. June 2011 – November 2013

Project Manager             “Road Safety Campaign” National Project. Budget: Euro 22,000. September 2010 – December 2013

Team Leader                  “European Transport Research Area International cooperation activities – EUTRAIN”  (EC FP7 TPT.2011.3-1) Budget: Euro 314,500. October 2011- October 2013.

Team Leader                 “Supporting the Transport Research Arena 2012 Conference – TRA2012” (EC FP7 SST.2011.6-1) Budget: Euro 672,500. June 2011 – April 2013.

Project Manager            “Maritime Policy Support-MARPOS” EC FP7 (FP7-SST-2007-RTD 1). Budget: Euro 479,820. January 2009-December 2010

Team Leader                  “European e-Freight capabilities for Co-modal transport, e-Freight” EC FP7 (SST-2008-TREN-1, SST.2008.2.1.5). Budget: Euro 8,389,250 (HIT budget 132,525 Euro). September 2009-September 2012.

Work Package Leader    “Smart Container Management – SMART CM” EC FP7 Collaborative Project. Budget: Euro 10,235,084 total, Euro 6,499,942 EC contribution. August 2008 – August 2011.

Principal Investigator    “Application of CRS&SI Technologies to Multimodal Short Sea Freight Shipping System (MMSFS)” US Department of Transportation, GMU subcontract Budget $70,000 January 2010 – January 2012

Principal Investigator     “A Novel Methodological Framework for Modeling Flexible Transit Services”  Federal Transit Administration. Budget: $82,340 September 2009 – August 2011

Co-Principal Investigator “Growth Forecasting for Public Transit System Planning in a Changing World” Federal Transit Administration. Budget: $71,940. September 2009 – August 2011

Principal Investigator     “A Cooperative Agreement to Evaluate and Compare Federal Formula Grant Programs” Budget $200,000. September 2009 – September 2010

Principal Investigator     “Short Line Rail: Its Role in Intermodalism and Distribution” Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, US Department of Transportation. Budget: $30,000 May 2008 – April 2009

Principal Investigator     “Development of an Integrated Transit Asset Management Framework” Federal Transit Administration. Budget: $30,000. May 2007-May 2008

Co-Principal Investigator  “Using Transit to Evacuate High-Density Clusters in Urban Areas- A Microsimulation Based Integrated Tool” Federal Transit Administration. Budget: $30,000. May 2007-May 2008

Principal Investigator     “Feasibility of Freight Villages in the NYMTC Region” NYSDOT/New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC). Budget: $424,382. Project duration: 5/07 – 12/09

Principal Investigator     “Variability of Travel Times on New Jersey Highways” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $120,000. 2/07 – 8/08

Co-Principal Investigator “The Global Logistics Chain: A 21st Century Change Agent” Sponsor: National Science Foundation – Human and Social Dynamics. Budget: $649,931 12/06 – 12/08

Principal Investigator     “Ferry Parking and Landside Access” Sponsor: NYSDOT/New York

Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC). Budget: $66,282. Project duration: Eighteen months. 11/06 – 5/08

Co-Principal Investigator “Strategic Distribution Business Promotion Plan – Phase I” Sponsor: Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Budget: $199,797. 5/06 – 11/06

Project Manager             “Partnership to Maximize Port Industry Performance – Integration of (RU-NB) and Technical Port Information Systems, Processing and Control Equipment, and Microsimulation Tools” Sponsor: National Science Foundation – Partnerships for Innovation. Budget: $599,436  4/06 – 3/09

Principal Investigator     “Evaluation and Testing of Regional Models – Phase I” Sponsor: NYSDOT/NYMTC. Budget: $197,297  5/06 – 4/08

Principal Investigator     “Feasibility of Establishing a Virtual Container Yard in the New York – New Jersey Region” Sponsor: USDOT/UTRC. Budget: $99,986  7/05 – 6/06

Project Manager             “Feasibility Study to Establish a Freight Transportation Center of Excellence at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey” Sponsor: Rutgers University Academic Excellence Fund. Budget: $160,000. 5/06 – 12/06

Principal Investigator     “Landscape Enhanced Cue Guidance” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $157,908. Anticipated starting date subject to funding availability

Principal Investigator     “Estimation of the Average Number of Trucks Visiting Non-Residential Sites in New Jersey” Sponsor: NJDEP. Budget: $10,000. 11/05 – 3/06

Principal Investigator     “Development of a Dynamic Laboratory for Freight Intermodal and Maritime Engineering Instruction and Research” Sponsor: Advisory Committee for Instructional Computing, Rutgers University. Budget: $13,000. 8/05 – 7/06

Principal Investigator     “Implementation of Construction Quality Assurance (CQA) Measures for Harbor Sediments and Processed Dredged Material (PDM) Placement” Sponsor: NJDOT/USEPA. Budget: $40,700. 11/04 – 11/05.

Co-Principal Investigator “Holland Tunnel Entrance and Exit Consolidation Study” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $35,000. 8/04 – 8/05

Co-Principal Investigator “Solidification of Soft River Sediments Using Deep Soil Technology” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $418,000. 7/04 – 7/05

Co-Principal Investigator “Transportation Safety Resource Center – Year 1” Sponsor: NJDOT/FHWA. Budget: $500,000. 7/04 – 6/05

Principal Investigator     “Empty Intermodal Container Management” Sponsor: NJDOT/FHWA. Budget: $144,564. 4/04 – 3/06

Co-Principal Investigator “Biohazard Detection and Security of Critical Transportation Infrastructure” Sponsor: NSF. Budget: $58,236. 3/03 – 3/04

Principal Investigator     “IT Assisted Intermodal Freight Network Modeling for Transportation Contingency Planning” Sponsor: AAAS/NSF, Women’s International Science Collaboration Program. Budget: $4,000 travel grant. April 2002

Co-Principal Investigator “Operational Improvements at Traffic Circles” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $422,524. 1/03 – 12/05

Principal Investigator     “Develop a Training Programme to Improve Work Zone Safety – PREVENT” Sponsor: Leonardo DaVinci Programme, European Commission. (EL/03/B/F/PP-148205). Budget: Euro 90,500. 2003 – 2005

Principal Investigator     “The Future of Transportation Modeling” Sponsor: NJDOT/NJ Transit. Budget: $246,358. 1/02- 12/04

Principal Investigator     “Estimation of Truck Volumes and Flows” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $400,000. 1/02 – 8/04

Principal Investigator     “Technical Solutions to Overcrowded Park & Ride Facilities” Sponsor: USDOT/NJDOT. Budget: $47,251. 1/02 –12/03

Principal Investigator     “Infrastructure Costs Attributable to Commercial Vehicles” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $78,200. 1/01 – 3/02

Co-Principal Investigator “Global Intermodal Freight Transport System – GIFTS” Sponsor: Information Societies Technology Programme, European Commission. Budget: Euro 392,462. 2001-2004.

Co-Principal Investigator “Evaluation of Adaptive Control Strategies for New Jersey Highways” Sponsor: NJDOT. Budget: $250,000. 1/01 – 8/04

Principal Investigator     “Development of a Transportation E-Teaching and Learning Facility” Sponsor: Advisory Committee for Instructional Computing, Rutgers University. Budget: $36,985. 8/01 – 12/01

Co-Principal Investigator “A Mobile Self-Sufficient Traffic Data Collection Unit” Sponsor: Engineering Information Technology/Equipment Leasing Fund, Rutgers University. Budget: $30,000. 8/01 – 10/01

Principal Investigator     “University-Based Research, Education and Technology Transfer Program” Sponsor: PennDOT. Budget: $5,000. 1/98 – 12/98

Principal Investigator     “Analysis and Evaluation of Intermodal Commuter Corridors in New Jersey” NCTIP/USDOT. Budget: $15,000. 9/99 – 3/00

Principal Investigator     “Supplemental Grant to Assist in the Multi-Modal Freight Transportation: Regional Data Development and Analysis” Sponsor: NCTIP/USDOT. Budget: $10,000. 9/96 – 12/97

Books and Monographs

BM1. International Trade and Transportation Infrastructure Development – Infrastructure Development in North America and Europe. Co-authors: Juan Carlos Villa, Maria Boile, Sotiris Theofanis. Paperback ISBN: 9780128157411 Imprint: Elsevier, Date: April 2020 Page Count: 304

BM2. Consolidation of Technical, Safety and Human Resources in Eurasian Railway Transport Corridors. Co-authors: G. Bureika, M. Boile, Ch. Pyrgidis, A. Kortsari, N. Ivanova, T. Titova, S. Tsykhmistro. eISBN 978-609-457-978-3. Doi: 10.20334/2375-M. VGTU Press TECHNIKA book No 2375-M. 2016.

BM3. Delivering the Goods – Recommendations for Funding a Federal Freight Program. Freight Working Group, Eno Center for Transporation. May 2016 (Maria Boile, Member of the Freight Working Group)

BM4. Europe-Asia Railway Transport: Issues and Prospects. Project NEAR2. Co-authors: Maria Boile, Annie Kortsari. November 2014. Editing Services: Brands Communication. ISBN: 978-618-80673-3-2

 

Book Chapters

BC1. Anagnostopoulou, A., & Boile, M. (2019) Environmental aspects of urban freight movement in private sector, Nathanail, E., and Karakikes, I. (Eds.) in Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility, Springer, vol. 879, pp 607-613. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-02305-8_73

BC2. Aggelakakis, A., Anagnostopoulou, A., Tromaras, A., & Boile, M. (2019) Influence of traffic emissions on urban air quality: a case study of a medium sized city, in Nathanail, E., and Karakikes, I. (Eds.) Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility, Springer, vol. 879, pp 323-329. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-02305-8_39

BC3. Intelligent Transportation and Planning: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice. Chapter 11: Modeling Carrier Interactions in an International Freight Transport System. Pp 234 – 263. Co-authors: Hyangsook L., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2018) IGI Global ISBN13: 9781522552109 ISBN10: 1522552103|EISBN13: 9781522552116|DOI: 10.4018/97 8-1-5225-5210-9

BC4. Anagnostopoulou A., Sdoukopoulos E. and Boile M. (2017). Sustainable urban logistics for efficient and environmentally friendly port-cities in Soares, C. G., and Teixeira, A. P. (Eds) Developments in Maritime Transportation and Harvesting of Sea Resources (2-Volume set): IMAM 2017, CRC Press – Taylor & Francis Group, vol. 1, pp. 625 – 632.

BC5. Σδουκόπουλος Ε., Μποϊλέ Μ. (2016) “Το ερευνητικό έργο GREENBERTH: ανασκόπηση, στόχοι και ενδιάμεσα αποτελέσματα”, Θαλάσσια Χωρικά Ζητήματα: Θαλάσσια διάσταση της εδαφικής συνοχής – Θαλάσσια Χωροταξία – Βιώσιμη γαλάζια ανάπτυξη, Εκδόσεις Κριτική, ISBN: 9789605861124.

BC6. Towards Green Marine Technology and Transport – Chapter 79. The New Wave of Port Congestion and the Impact of Ultra Large Container Vessels. Co-author: Theofanis S. Edited by Carlos Guedes Soares, Roko Dejhalla and Dusko Pavletic. ISBN: 978-1-138-02887-6 pp. 683-693. eBook ISBN: 978-1-315-64349-6. DOI: 10.1201/b18855-90. CRC Press 2015.

BC7. The Future of the Transport Industry. JRC Technical Report, EUR 27085 EN. Co-Authors: Α. Aggelakakis, J. Bernardino, M. Boile, P. Christidis, A. Condeco, M. Krail, A. Papanikolaou, M. Reichenbach, J. Schippl. ISBN: 978-92-79-45246-8 (PDF), ISSN: 1831- 9424 (online), DOI: 10.2791/904866. European Union, 2015.

BC8. Future Prospects on Transport Evolution and Innovation Challenges for the Competitiveness of Europe. Co-authors: A. Aggelakakis, J. Bernardino, M. Boile, P. Christidis, A. Condeco, M. Krail, A. Papanikolaou, M. Reichenbach, J. Schippl, J. Vieira. ISBN: 978-618-81668-0-6. Dynamic Brands Communication. September 2014. Available online at: http://issuu.com/dbcpressoffice/docs/futre.teliko 9

BC9. Port Infrastructure Finance – Chapter 8: Experiences with Bond Financing and Innovative Transport Project Financing in the United States – Some Evidence from Port and Port Related Projects. Co-author: Theofanis S. Book edited by: H. Meersman, E. Van de Voorde, T. Vanelslander. ISBN 978-0-415-72006-9. Informa Law from Routledge, June 2014.

BC10. Developments in Maritime Transportation and Exploitation of Sea Resources – Volume 2 Maritime Transportation: Assessing the impact of marine terminal gate operational and infrastructure improvements. Co-authors: Anagnostopoulou A., Sdoukopoulos E. Book edited by: G. Guedes Soares and F. Lopez Pena. ISBN: 978-1-138-00162-6. pp. 625, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group. 2014. Access online at: http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781138001244#

BC11. Project Management Techniques and Innovations in Information Technology. Chapter 1: “A Multi-Objective Decision and Analysis Approach for the Berth Scheduling Problem” Co- Authors: Golias M., Boile M., Theofanis S., Taboada H. (2012) pp 1-20. Book edited by: John Wang. ISBN: 978-1-466-0930-3 Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global)

BC12. Evolutionary computation – Chapter Title: Scheduling of Berthing Resources at a Marine Container Terminal via the use of Genetic Algorithms: Current and Future Research. Co- authors: Golias M. and Theofanis S. Book edited by: Wellington Pinheiro dos Santos, ISBN 978-953-307-008-7, pp. 572, October 2009, I-Tech, Vienna, Austria

BC13. Transport Science and Technology – Chapter Title: The Role of Liner Shipping within an Intermodal System – The Port Community Case and the Port Authority Investment Problem. Co-authors: S. Theofanis and L. Spasovic. Publisher: Elsevier. K. Goulias Editor. 2007.

BC14. Transport Science and Technology – Chapter Title: Infrastructure Development to Support the Floating Accommodation Program of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games – Prospects and Challenges. Co-author: S. Theofanis. Publisher: Elsevier. K. Goulias Editor. 2007.

Monday 10:00 – 12:00

Tuesday 10:00 – 12:00

The listed publications have received 1747 citations in Google Scholar (Boile, public profile, accessed Μay 2020) h-index 23 and i10-index 44. SCOPUS citations: 697, h-index: 16 (accessed May 2020)

1)  Anagnostopoulou A., Tromaras A., Boile M., Mantzinou N. (2019) Influence of Traffic Emissions on Urban Air Quality: A Case Study of a Medium Sized City. In: Nathanail E., Karakikes I. (eds) Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility. CSUM 2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 879. Springer, Cham

2)  Boile M., Theofanis S. (2019) “Large-scale freight facility development to support port- related logistics activity in urban areas” under review for consideration for publication in Maritime Economics and Logistics (Impact factor: 1.661)

3)  Spyrou, E., Anagnostopoulou, A., Boile, M., & Mitrakos, D. (2019) Game Theoretic Algorithm for Vehicle Selection from Deployed Fleet, 6th International Conference on Control, Decision and Information Technologies (CoDIT). IEEE, 2019.

4)  Anagnostopoulou, A., Spyrou, E., Mitrakos, D. & Boile, M. (2019) An advanced solution for efficient logistics management at both company and network level, Transportation Planning and Technology, DOI: 10.1080/03081060.2019.1600240 (SJR factor: 0.442)

5)  Anagnostopoulou, A., Aggelakakis, A., Boile, M., Hijdra, A., Werland, S., Shrestha, S., Lah,O. (2018). Comprehensive framework on asset management of transportation networks and resilience planning, Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1484890

6)  Boile M., Theofanis S., Sdoukopoulos E., Plytas N. (2016) “Developing a Port Energy Management Plan: Issues, Challenges and Prospects” Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board No. 2549, pp. 19 – 28, DOI: 10.3141/2549-03.(Impact factor: 0.695).

7)  Margaritis D., Anagnostopoulou A., Tromaras A., Boile M. (2016) “Electric commercial vehicles: Practical perspectives and future research directions” Research in Transportation Business & Management. Vol. 18. pp 4-10.( Impact Factor: 1.238)

8)  Moreno-Gutierrez, J., Calderay F., Saborido N., Boile M., Valero R., Duran-Grados V., (2015) “Methodologies for estimating shipping emissions and energy consumption: A comparative analysis of current methods” Energy. Vol. 86, pp 603-616.(Impact factor: 2.737)

9)  Sdoukopoulos L., Boile M., Anagnostopoulou A., (2015) “Estimating truck operating costs for domestic trips – case studies from Greece” Logistics & Sustainable Transport. Vol. 6, No. 1, pp 41-49.(Impact factor: 1.175)

10) Bernardino, J., Aggelakakis A., Reichenbach M., Vieira J., Boile M., Schippl J., Christidis P., Papanikolaou A., Condeco A., Garcia H., Krail M. (2015) “Transport demand evolution in Europe – factors of change, scenarios and challenges” European Journal of Futures Research. Vol. 3, Issue 1, Article 13.(Impact factor: 0.47)

11) Boile, M., Sdoukopoulos E. (2014) “Supply Chain Visibility and Security – the SMART-CM project solution” International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics. Vol.6, No. 3. Pp 280-292 (Impact Factor 1.340)

12) Lee, H., Boile, M. and Theofanis, S. (2014) “Modeling Carrier Interactions in an International Freight Transportation System”, International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, 7(1), pp. 15-39 (SJR Indicator 0.38)

13) Lee, H., Boile, M., Theofanis, S. and Choo, S. (2014) Game Theoretical Models of the Cooperative Carrier Behavior. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering. Vol. 18, Issue 5, pp 1528- 1538 (Impact Factor 0.511)

14) Lee, H., Boile, M., Theofanis, S., Choo, S. and Lee, K. (2014) A freight network planning model in oligopolistic shipping markets. Cluster Computing, Vol. 17, Issue 3, pp. 835-847. (Impact Factor 0.78)

15) Lee, H., T. Zhang, M. Boile, S. Theofanis, S. Choo (2013) “Designing an Integrated Logisdesignitics Network in a Supply Chain System” KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 17(4), pp. 806-814 (Impact Factor 0.511)

16) Peric, K., M. Boile (2013) “A Bilevel Model for Transit Vehicle Allocation” Gradevinar, Vol. 65, Issue 3, pp. 213-222. (Impact Factor 0.216)

17) Mittal N., Boile M., Baveja A., Theofanis S. (2013) “Incorporating Maritime Stakeholder Perspectives for Implementing an ‘Inland-Depots-for-Empty-Containers’ System Using an Analytic Hierarchy Process” International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. Vol. 6, Issue 1, pp. 1-23. (SJR Indicator 0.38)

18) Mittal N., Boile M., Baveja A., Theofanis S. (2012) “Determining Optimal Inland-Empty- Container Depot Locations under Stochastic Demand” Research in Transport Economics Freight Transportation and Sustainability. Vol. 42, Issue 1, pp. 50-60. (SJR Indicator 1.412)

19) Moini, N., M. Boile, S. Theofanis, W. Laventhal (2012) “Estimating the Determinant Factors of Container Dwell Times at Seaports” Maritime Economics and Logistics, Vol. 14, Issue 2, pp. 162-177 (Impact Factor 1.045)

20) Golias M.M., Saharidis G.K.D., Boilé M., Theofanis S. (2012) Scheduling of inbound trucks at a cross-docking facility: Bi-objective vs bi-level modeling approaches. International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. 5(1):20-37. (SJR Indicator 0.38)

21) Saharidis G., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2011) “Initialization of the Benders Master Problem using Valid Inequalities Applied to Fixed-Charge Network Problems” Expert Systems with Applications 38 (2011) 6627-6636. (Impact Factor 1.965)

22) Golias M.M., Boile M., Theofanis S., Taboada A.H. (2010) “A multi-objective decision and analysis approach for the berth scheduling problem”. International Journal of Information Technology Project Management 1(1), 54-73 (Average Impact Factor 0.36)

23) Golias M., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2010) “The discrete berth scheduling problem: Towards a unified mathematical formulation” Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2168, 1- 8 (Impact Factor 0.556)

24) Golias M.M., Boilé M., Theofanis S., Efstathiou C. (2010) The berth scheduling problem: Maximizing berth productivity and minimizing fuel consumption and emissions production. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2166, 20-27. (Impact Factor 0.556)

25) Golias M.M., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2010) “A λ-opt based heuristic for the discrete berth scheduling problem”. Transportation Research Pt. C 18(5), 794-806. (Impact Factor 2.820)

26) Zhang T., Saharidis, G., Theofanis S. Boile M. (2010) “Scheduling of Inbound and Outbound Trucks at Cross-Docks – Modeling and Analysis” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board Vol. 2162, pp. 9-16. (Impact Factor 0.556)

27) Laventhal W., Theofanis S., Boile M (2010) “Trends in Global Port Operations and Their Influence on Port Labor: Challenges and Implications for US East Coast Longshoremen” Journal of the Transportation Research Record Vol. 2166 pp. 37-43. (Impact Factor 0.556)

28) Saharidis G.K.D., Golias M.M., Boile M., Theofanis S., Ierapetritou M. (2010). “The berth scheduling problem with customer differentiation: A new methodological approach based on hierarchical optimization”. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 46, Numbers 1-4 pp. 377-393 (Impact Factor 1.779)

29) Golias M.M., Saharidis G.K.D., Boile M., Theofanis S., Ierapetritou M. (2009) “The berth scheduling problem: Optimizing vessel arrival times”. Journal of Maritime Economics and Logistics. Vol. 11, issue 4, pp 358-37 (Impact Factor 1.045)

30) Golias M., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2009) “Service Time Based Customer Differentiation Berth Scheduling”. Transportation Research Part E. Volume 45, Issue 6, pp 878-892. (Impact Factor 2.193)

31) Golias, M., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2009) “Adaptive Algorithm Based on Time Window Partitioning for Discrete and Dynamic Berth Scheduling Problem” Journal of the Transportation Research Board Volume 2091 pp 21-30 (Impact Factor 0.556)

32) Theofanis S., Boile M., Golias M. (2009) “Container Terminal Berth Planning: Research Approaches and Practical Challenges – A Critical Review”. Journal of the Transportation Research Board Volume 2100 pp 22-28 (Impact Factor 0.556)

33) Theofanis, S., Boile M. (2009) “Empty Marine Container Logistics: Facts, Issues and Management Strategies”. GeoJournal Vol. 74, no. 1, pp. 51-65 (SJR Indicator 0.59)

34) Boile, M., Theofanis, S., Baveja A. and Mittal N. (2008) “Regional Repositioning of Empty Containers: A Case for Inland Depots” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. Volume 2066 / 2008, pp. 31-40 (Impact Factor 0.556)

35) Camay S., Derman B., Bohn E., Ramasubramanian L., Milczarski W., Albrecht J., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2008) “Ferry Parking and Landside Access Study – Implementing Public Outreach and Impact Assessment” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. Volume 2077 / 2008, pp. 39-45. (Impact Factor 0.556)

36) Lei, L., Fan C. X., Boile M., Theofanis S. (2007) “Collaborative vs. Non-Collaborative Vessel Scheduling in Liner Shipping Operations – A Modeling Approach and Empirical Results” Transportation Research – Part E Vol. 44, Issue 33, pp. 504-520. (Impact Factor 2.193)

37) Boile, M. and Theofanis, S. (2006) “Developing a Maritime Transportation and Port Operations Education and Research Program in the US-Experiences and Challenges”, WSEAS Transactions on Advances in Engineering Education, Vol. 3, Issue 11, pp. 1010- 1015.

38) Boile, M. and Golias M. (2006) “Truck Volume Estimation via Linear Regression under Limited Data” Journal of the Transportation Research Forum Vol. 45, Number 1, pp. 41-59.

39) Boile, M., Theofanis S. and Mikiki F., (2005) “Oil Spills in Maritime Transport: Call for Actions” Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1909, pp. 100-107. (Impact Factor 0.556)

40) Boile M. and Golias M. (2004) “A Dynamic GIS-based Tool for Truck Volume Estimation” ITE Journal, Vol. 74(12),pp. 42-47. (Impact Factor 0.147)

41) Boile M.P., Narayanan, P., and Ozbay K. (2003) “The Impact of Buses on Highway Infrastructure – A Case Study for the State of New Jersey” Transportation Research Record, No. 1841, pp. 32-40. (Impact Factor 0.556)

42) Boilé, M.P. and Gaspard J.G. (2002) “A Combined Passenger/Freight Intermodal Transportation System” Transportation Quarterly, Vol. 56, No. 2, Spring 2002.

43) Boile, M.P. (2001). “Evaluating the Efficiency of Transportation Services on Intermodal Commuter Networks” Transportation Quarterly. Vol. 56, No.1, Winter 2002.

44) Profillidis V.A. and Boile M.P. (2001). “Evolutions et Restructurations au Transport de Frêt en Europe” Transports, no. 405, Janvier-Février.

45) Boile, M.P. (2001). “Estimating Technical and Scale Inefficiencies of Public Transit Systems.” ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 127, No. 3, May-June. (Impact Factor 0.877)

46) Boile, M.P., Benson S. and Rowinski J. (2000). “Freight Flow Forecasting – An Application to New Jersey Highways.” Journal of the Transportation Research Forum, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 159-170.

47) Boile, M.P. and Spasovic L.N. (2000). “An Implementation of the Mode Split -Traffic Assignment Method,” Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, Vol. 15, pp. 293-307. (Impact Factor 5.625)

48) Boile M. P., Spasovic L. N. (1997) “A Combined Mode Choice and Traffic Assignment Model for Evaluating Commuter Travel Options.” Advances in Business and Management Forecasting, Vol. 2, pp. 17-37.

49) Boile M. P., Spasovic L. N., and Pignataro L. J. (1997) “Developing a Market Sensitive ITS Educational Program.” Transportation Research Record, No. 1588, pp. 120-129. (Impact Factor 0.556)

50) Spasovic L. N., and Boile M. P. (1996) “A Methodological Framework for Modeling Traffic Assignment on Intermodal Auto-Rail Commuter Networks.” Applications of Management Science: Engineering Applications, Vol. 9.

51) Boile M. P., Spasovic L. N., and Bladikas A. K (1995) “Modeling Intermodal Auto-Rail Commuter Networks.” Transportation Research Record, No. 1516, pp. 38-47. (Impact Factor 0.556)

52) Spasovic L. N., Boile M. P., and Bladikas A. K. (1995) “A Framework for Assessing the Benefits of Highway Traveler Information Services.” Transportation Research Record, No. 1485, pp. 27-34. (Impact Factor 0.556)