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Michael Kuby

Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5302
Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5302
Biography

Professor, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Director, Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate Program in Transportation Systems

Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability

Michael Kuby is a professor of geographical sciences and urban planning at ASU, where he has taught since 1988. His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, US Department of Energy, World Bank, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and NASA. He is lead author of the interactive textbook, Human Geography in Action, published by John Wiley & Sons, and co-editor of the 2009 and 2015 Arizona Town Hall background reports on Transportation. In 2011-2013 he co-authored the Transportation chapter in the National Climate Assessment. He is currently Area Editor for Location Science for Networks and Spatial Economics and is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Transport Geography and the International Regional Science Review. Previously, he served as Chair and Secretary/Treasurer of the Transportation Geography Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers. He is also faculty sponsor of Gamma Theta Upsilon (the Geography Honor Society) and the ASU Men's Ultimate Frisbee club.

He has recently published papers in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Journal of Transport Geography, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and the Environment, and the European Journal of Operational Research.

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(480) 965-8313
Education

Ph.D., Geography, Boston University 1988

B.A., Geography, University of Chicago, 1980

Research Interests

Kuby develops new models and decision support tools for sustainable energy and transport systems, such as for optimal facility location and network design. Recent work has focused on optimal pipeline networks for carbon capture and storage and optimal networks of alternative-fuel station for hydrogen, CNG, LNG, and fast EV charging. In addition to developing spatial optimization models, he also studies empirical data on energy, transportation, sustainability, and economic geography using statistics and GIS. Recent studies include spatial refueling patterns of CNG and gasoline drivers in Los Angeles (funded by NSF), energy conservation in buildings (as part of the Energize Phoenix project funded by DOE), coal use and CO2 emissions in China, and retail geography in the U.S. (with PhD student Larry Joseph). Rail transit has been another research direction, including predicting light-rail ridership and understanding the effects of climate and weather on rail transit.

Publications

Books

2013    Kuby, Michael, John Harner, and Patricia Gober. 2013 Human Geography in Action, 6th edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Includes online Student and Instructor Book Companion Sites at www.wiley.com/college/kuby and WileyPlus version of book and activities at www.wileyplus.com. First-third editions included CD-ROMs).

Reports

2015    Kuby, Michael and Aaron Golub (editors). 2015. Transportation & Arizona. Background report from the 106th Arizona Town Hall, April 2015, Tucson, AZ, 10 chapters, 135 pages (http://www.aztownhall.org/page-1863425)

2009    Kuby, Michael and Aaron Golub (editors). 2009. From Here to There: Transportation Opportunities for Arizona. Background report from the 94th Arizona Town Hall, April 2009, Tucson, AZ, 18 chapters, 228 pages (http://www.aztownhall.org/94).

Refereed Articles (access via Research Gate or Google Scholar)

2016    Michael Kuby, Ismail Capar, and Jong-Geun Kim. Equitable transnational infrastructure planning for natural gas trucking in the European Union. European Journal of Operational Research (available online Aug. 10, 2016). (doi: 10.1016/j.ejor.2016.08.017)

2016     Hong, Shuyao and Michael Kuby. 2016. A threshold covering flow-refueling location model to build a critical mass of alternative-fuel stations. Journal of Transport Geography 56: 128-137. (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2016.08.019)

2016    Joseph, Lawrence and Michael Kuby. The Location Types of US Retailers. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 7(4): 1-22. (doi: 10.4018/ijagr.2016100101)

2015    Joseph, Lawrence and Michael Kuby. 2015. Modeling Retail Chain Expansion and Maturity through Wave Analysis: Theory and Application to Walmart and Target. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 6(4): 1-26. (doi: 10.4018/ijagr.2015100101)

2014    Kuby, Michael, Ozgur Araz, Michael D. Palmer, and Ismail Capar. 2014. An Efficient Online Mapping Tool for Finding the Shortest Feasible Path for Alternative-Fuel Vehicles. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39(32):18433–18439. (doi: 10.1016/ j.ijhydene.2014.08.104)

2014    Seo, Kihwan, Aaron Golub, and Michael Kuby. 2014. Combined impacts of highways and light rail transit on residential property values: A hedonic price model for Phoenix, Arizona. Journal of Transport Geography 41: 53–62. (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo. 2014.08.003)

2014    Kuby, Michael and Christopher Upchurch. 2014. Evaluating Light Rail Sketch Planning: Actual vs. Predicted Station Boardings in Phoenix. Transportation 41:173–192.  (doi: 10.1007/s11116-013-9499-9)

2013    Kelley, Scott and Michael Kuby. 2013. On the Way or Around the Corner? Observed Refueling Choices of Alternative-Fuel Drivers in Southern California. Journal of Transport Geography 33:258-267 (x.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.08.008).

2013    Kuby, Michael, Scott Kelley, and Joseph Schoenemann. 2013. Spatial Refueling Patterns of Alternative-Fuel and Gasoline Vehicle Drivers in Los Angeles. Transportation Research Part D – Transport and Environment 25:84-92. (dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2013.08.004)

2013    Joseph, Lawrence and Michael Kuby. 2013. Regionalism in US Retailing. Applied Geography 37: 150-159. (dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2012.10.005)

2013    Çapar, İsmail, Michael Kuby, V. Jorge Leon, and Yu-Jiun Tsai. 2013. An Arc Cover-Path Cover Formulation and Strategic Analysis of Alternative-Fuel Station Locations. European Journal of Operational Research 227: 142-151 (dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2012.11.033).

2013    Kim, Jong-Geun and Michael Kuby. 2013. A Heuristic Approach for the Deviation Flow Refueling Location Model. Computers and Operations Research 40: 1122–1131. (dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cor.2012.10.021)

2013    Kelley, Jason, Michael Kuby, and Rodrigo Sierra. 2013. Transportation Network Optimization for the Movement of Indigenous Goods in Amazonian Ecuador. Journal of Transport Geography 28: 89-100. (dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2012.11.006)

2012    Capar, Ismail and Michael Kuby. 2012. An Efficient Formulation of the Flow-Refueling Location Model for Alternative-Fuel Stations. IIE Transactions 44(8):622-636. (doi: 10.1080/0740817X.2011.635175)

2012    Kim, Jong-Geun and Michael Kuby. 2012. The Deviation Flow Refueling Location Model for Optimizing a Network of Refueling Stations. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37(6):5406-5420. (doi:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2011.08.108)

2012    Middleton, R.S., Michael J. Kuby, Ran Wei. Gordon N. Keating, and R. J. Pawar. 2012. A Dynamic Model for Optimally Phasing In CCS Infrastructure. Environmental Modeling and Software 37:193-205. (doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.04.003)

2012    Maliszewski, Paul J, Michael J. Kuby, and Mark W. Horner. 2012. A Comparison of Multi-objective Spatial Dispersion Models for Managing Critical Assets in Urban Areas. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 36(4):331-341. (doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2011.12.006)

2012    Middleton, Richard S., Michael Kuby, and Jeffrey M. Bielicki. 2012. Generating candidate networks for optimization: the CO2 capture and storage optimization problem. Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems 36(1): 18-29. (doi: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2011.08.002)

2011    Kuby, Michael, Richard Middleton, and Jeffrey Bielicki. 2011. Analysis of Cost Savings from Networking Pipelines in CCS Infrastructure Systems. Energy Procedia 4: 2808-2815. (doi: 10.1016/j.egypro.2011.02.185)

2011    Kuby, Michael, Jeffrey Bielicki, and Richard Middleton. 2011. The Spatial Deployment of Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage with a Price on Carbon Dioxide. International Regional Science Review 34: 285-305. (doi: 10.1177/0160017610397191)

2011    Kuby, Michael, Canfei He, Barbara Trapido-Lurie, and Nicholas Moore. 2011. The Changing Structure of Energy Supply, Demand, and CO2 Emissions in China. Annals of the Association of American Geographers (Special issue on Energy) 101(4): 795-805. (doi: 10.1080/00045608.2011.567944)

2010    Atkinson-Palombo, Carol and Michael Kuby. 2010. The Geography of Advance Transit-Oriented Development in Metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, 2000-2007. Journal of Transport Geography 19 (2): 189-199. (doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2010.03.014)

2010    Upchurch, Christopher and Michael Kuby. 2010. Comparing the p-Median and Flow-Refueling Models for Locating Alternative-Fuel Stations. Journal of Transport Geography 18(6):750-758.  (doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2010.06.015)

2010    Kuby, Michael. 2010. Introduction to Special Section on Alternative Fuels. Journal of Transport Geography 18(6):711-714.  (doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2010.05.009)

2010    Kuby, Michael and Richard Church. 2010. Introduction to Special Issue on Location Analysis. Networks and Spatial Economics 10(3):293-295.(doi: 10.1007/s11067-010-9136-5)

2010    Lim, Seow and Michael Kuby. 2010. Heuristic Algorithms for Alternative-Fuel Stations Using the Flow-Refueling Location Model. European Journal of Operational Research 204(1): 51-61. (doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2009.09.032)

2009    Kuby, Michael, Lee Lines, Ronald Schultz, Zhixiao Xie, Jong-Geun Kim and Seow Lim. 2009. Optimal Location Strategy for Hydrogen Refueling Stations in Florida. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 34: 6045-6064 (doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2009.05.050)

2009    Kalkstein, Adam, Michael Kuby, Daniel Gerrity, and James Clancy. 2009. The Effect of Air Masses on Rail Transit Ridership. 2009. Journal of Transport Geography 17(3): 198-207. (doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2008.07.003)

2009    Upchurch, Christopher, Michael Kuby, and Seow Lim. 2009. A Model for Location of Capacitated Alternative-Fuel Stations. Geographical Analysis 41:85-106 (in Special Issue honoring Charles S. ReVelle). (doi: 10.1111/j.1538-4632.2009.00744.x)

2008    Lines, Lee, Michael Kuby, Ronald Schultz, James Clancy, and Zhixiao Xie. 2008. A Rental Car Strategy for Commercialization of Hydrogen in Florida. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 33(20): 5312-5325. (doi:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2008.05.102)

2008    Tierney, Sean, and Michael Kuby. 2008. Airline and Airport Choice by Passengers in Multi-Airport Regions: The Effect of Southwest Airlines. Professional Geographer 60(1): 15–32.

2007    Tudor-Locke, Catrine, Jennie J. Kronenfeld, Sam S. Kim, Mary Benin, and Michael Kuby. 2007. A Geographical Comparison of Prevalence of Overweight School-Aged Children: The National Survey of Children’s Health 2003. Pediatrics 120(4): e1043-e1050.

2007    Kuby, Michael and Seow Lim. 2007. Location of Alternative-Fuel Stations Using the Flow-Refueling Location Model and Dispersion of Candidate Sites on Arcs. Networks and Spatial Economics 7(2): 129-152.

2006    Kuby, Michael. 2006. Prospects for Geographical Research on Alternative-Fuel Vehicles. Journal of Transport Geography 14(3): 234-236.

2005    Kuby, Michael, Seow Lim, and Christopher Upchurch. 2005. Dispersion of Nodes Added to a Network. Geographical Analysis 37: 384-409.

2005    Kuby, Michael, William F. Fagan, Charles ReVelle, and William L. Graf. 2005. Multiobjective Optimization for Dam Removal: An Example Trading Off Salmon Passage With Hydropower and Water Storage in the Willamette Basin. Advances in Water Resources 28(8): 845-855.

2005    Kuby, Michael, and Seow Lim. 2005. The Flow-Refueling Location Problem for Alternative-Fuel Vehicles. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 39(2): 125-145.

2004    Kuby, Michael, Christopher Upchurch, and Anthony Barranda. 2004. Factors Influencing Light Rail Station Boardings in the United States. Transportation Research Part A 38(3): 223-247.

2004    Upchurch, Christopher, Michael Kuby, Michael Zoldak, and Anthony Barranda. 2004. Using GIS to Generate Mutually Exclusive Service Areas Linking Travel On and Off a Network. Journal of Transport Geography 12: 23-33. (doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2003.10.001)

2003    Sommer, Curtis R., Michael Kuby, and Gordon Bloomquist. 2003. The Economic Geography of Geothermal District Energy in a Small Community. Geothermics 32: 3-19.

2001    Wentz, Elizabeth, Michael Kuby, and Brandon Vogt. 2001. Use of Geographic Information Systems for Extraction of Peak and Canyon Locations in the State of Arizona. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 28(4): 259-271.

2001    Kuby, Michael, Elizabeth Wentz, Brandon Vogt, and Randy Virden. 2001. Experiences in Developing a Tourism Web Site for Hiking Arizona’s Highest Summits and Deepest Canyons. Tourism Geographies 3(4): 454–473.

2001    Kuby, Michael and Zhijun Xie. 2001. The Effect of Restructuring on U.S. Coal Mining Labor Productivity, 1980-1995. Energy–The International Journal 26: 1015–1030.

2001    Kuby, Michael, Zhongyi Xu, and Xiaodong Xie. 2001. Railway Network Design with Multiple Project Stages and Time Sequencing. Journal of Geographical Systems 3: 25–47.

1997    Kuby, Michael, Xu Zhongyi, and Xie Xiaodong. 1997. A Minimax Method for Finding the  k -Best Differentiated Paths. Geographical Analysis 29: 298–313. 

1997    Xie, Zhijun and Michael Kuby. 1997 Supply Side-Demand Side Optimization and Cost-Environment Tradeoffs for China's Coal and Electricity Delivery System. Energy Policy 25: 313–326.

1997    Kuby, Michael, Randall Cerveny, and Ronald I. Dorn. 1997. A New Approach to Paleoclimatic Research Using Linear Programming. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 129: 269–290.

1997    Kuby, Michael and Peter Cook. 1997. The Implications of Structural Change, Reform and Congestion for Freight Traffic in China. Asian Profile 25: 1–21.

1995    Wyman, Max M. and Michael Kuby. 1995. Proactive Optimization: A Multiobjective Technology Location Model for Designing Toxic Waste Systems. Location Science 3: 167–185.

1995    Wyman, Max M. and Michael Kuby. 1995. Turning the Tables: Using Location Science to Specify Technology Rather Than Using Technology to Constrain Location. INFOR–The Canadian Journal of Operational Research and Information Processing 33: 118–122.

1995    Rahman, Mushtaq and Michael Kuby. 1995. A Multiobjective Model for Locating Solid Waste Transfer Facilities Using an Empirical Distance-Based Opposition Function. INFOR–The Canadian Journal of Operational Research and Information Processing 33: 34–49.

1995    Kuby, Michael, Shi Qingqi, Thawat Watanatada, Sun Xufei, Cao Wei, Xie Zhijun, Zhou Dadi, Zhang Chuntai, Yu Xiaodong, Lin Fatang, Peter Cook, Terry Friesz, Susan Neuman, Rong Jiang, Wang Xuesheng, Gao Shenhuai. 1995. Planning China's Coal and Electricity Delivery System. Interfaces 25: 41–68 (Special Issue: Franz Edelman Award Papers).

1993    Kuby, Michael and Robert Gray. 1993. The Hub Network Design Problem with Stopovers and Feeders: The Case of Federal Express. Transportation Research Part A 27: 1–12.

1993    Kuby, Michael, Susan Neuman, Zhang Chuntai, Peter Cook, Zhou Dadi, Terry Friesz, Shi Qingqi, Gao Shenhuai, Thawat Watanatada, Cao Wei, Sun Xufei, and Xie Zhijun. 1993. A Strategic Investment Planning Model for China's Coal and Electricity Delivery System. Energy 18: 1–24.

1992    Kuby, Michael and Neil Reid. 1992. Technological Change and the Concentration of the U.S. Liner Port System: 1970-88. Economic Geography 69: 272–289.

1992    Rahman, Mushtaq, A. Essam Radwan, Jonathan Upchurch, and Michael Kuby. 1992. Modeling Spatial Impacts of Siting a NIMBY Facility. Transportation Research Record 1359: 133–140.

1991    Kuby, Michael, Samuel Ratick, and Jeffrey Osleeb. 1991. Modeling U.S. Coal Export Planning Decisions. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 81: 627–649.

1989    Osleeb, Jeffrey, Samuel Ratick, Michael Kuby, Howard Olson, Lloyd Antle, Arthur Hawnn. 1989. The Coal Logistics System (COLS). Transportation Research Record 1222: 6–13.

1989    Kuby, Michael. 1989. A Location-Allocation Model of Losch's Central Place Theory: Testing on a Uniform Lattice Network. Geographical Analysis 21: 316–338.

1987    Ratick, Samuel J. and Michael J. Kuby. 1987. Regional Assessment of Coal Utilization Technologies Using Mathematical Programming. Applications of Management Science 5: 155–195.

1987    Kuby, Michael J. 1987. Programming Models for Facility Dispersion: the p-Dispersion and Maxisum Dispersion Problems. Geographical Analysis 19: 315–329.

1986    Osleeb, Jeffrey, Samuel Ratick, Patrick Buckley, Michael Kuby, and Keumsook Lee. 1986. Evaluating Dredging and Offshore Loading Locations for U.S. Coal Exports Using the Coal Logistics System. Annals of Operations Research 6: 163–180.

Articles Under Review

Karner, Alex, Michael Kuby, and Aaron Golub. Modeling route-level transit ridership demographics for use in equity analysis. Transportation (submitted November, 2015)

Hong, Insu, Michael Kuby, and Alan Murray. 2016. The drone delivery refueling location model. Transportation Research Board (submitted July 30, 2016)

Book Chapters

2016     Kuby, Michael. 2016. Battery Swapping. In Minicars, Maglevs, and Mopeds: Modern Modes of Transportation Around the World, S. Sultana and J. Weber, editors, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 31-33.

2014    Schwartz, Henry G., Michael Meyer, Cynthia J. Burbank, Michael Kuby, Clinton Oster, John Posey, Edmund J. Russo, and Arthur Rypinski.  2014. Ch. 5: Transporta­tion. Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment, J. M. Melillo, Terese (T.C.) Rich­mond, and G. W. Yohe, Eds., U.S. Global Change Research Program, 130-149. (doi:10.7930/J06Q1V53). http://nca2014.globalchange.gov/report/sectors/transportation

2011    Joseph, Lawrence and Michael Kuby. “Gravity Modeling and its Impact on Location Analysis.”  Ch. 18 in Principles of Location Science, H. A. Eiselt and V. Marianov, editors. New York: Springer-Verlag (International Series in Operations Research and Management Science), pp. 423-443.

2004    Kuby, Michael and Zhijun Xie. 2004. Reducing Energy Shortages and Pollution in China: The World Bank’s Coal Transport Studies. In World Minds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems (Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Association of American Geographers 1904-2004), D. G, Janelle, B. Warf, and K. Hansen, editors. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 351-356.

2002    Zhijun Xie and Michael Kuby. 2002. Pricing Electric Power Transmission: A Network Equilibrium Perspective. United States Association of Energy Economics/International Association of Energy Economics, 22nd North American Conference Proceedings, Vancouver, British Columbia, October 6-8, 2002.

1987    Osleeb, Jeffrey, Samuel Ratick, Michael Kuby, and Keumsook Lee. 1987. Interperiod Network Storage Location-Allocation Models. In Spatial Analysis and Location-Allocation Models, A. Ghosh and G. Rushton, editors. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, pp. 269-301.

Research Activity
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
PUP 593Applied Project
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
GIS 462Location Analysis and Modeling
PUP 593Applied Project
GIS 598Special Topics
GCU 792Research
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
GCU 102Introduction Human Geography
GCU 442Geographical Analysis of Trans
GCU 542Geog Analysis Transportation
GPH 592Research
PUP 593Applied Project
Summer 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
PUP 593Applied Project
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
GIS 462Location Analysis and Modeling
PUP 593Applied Project
GIS 598Special Topics
GPH 599Thesis
GPH 790Reading and Conference
GPH 792Research
Fall 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
GCU 102Introduction Human Geography
GCU 442Geographical Analysis of Trans
GCU 542Geog Analysis Transportation
GPH 592Research
Summer 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
PUP 593Applied Project
Spring 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
GCU 102Introduction Human Geography
GCU 432Geography of China
PUP 593Applied Project
GPH 790Reading and Conference
GPH 792Research
Fall 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
GCU 102Introduction Human Geography
GCU 442Geographical Analysis of Trans
GCU 542Geog Analysis Transportation
GPH 592Research
Summer 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
PUP 593Applied Project
Spring 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
GCU 102Introduction Human Geography
GCU 432Geography of China
PUP 593Applied Project
GPH 790Reading and Conference
Fall 2012
Course NumberCourse Title
GCU 102Introduction Human Geography
GCU 442Geographical Analysis of Trans
GCU 542Geog Analysis Transportation
GPH 590Reading and Conference
Presentations

Michael Kuby, Ellen Stechel, and Mikhail Chester. 2016. Wireless Streetcar Propulsion Options: Technologies and Tradeoffs, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA April 1, 2016.

Kuby, Michael. 2015. Operations Research, GIS, and Survey Research for Optimizing the Rollout of Alternative-Fuel Stations, Arizona State University, School of Computing, Informatics, & Decision Systems Engineering, November 13, 2015.

Stechel, Ellen, Michael Kuby, and Mikhail Chester. 2015. Report by Wireless Streetcar Advisory Group, City of Tempe, May 14 City Council Meeting.

Michael Kuby, Aaron Golub, Shawn Monk, and Matthew Messina. 2015. Bicycle Network Connectivity Analysis for the Phoenix Metro Area, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 24, 2015.

Michael Kuby, Ozgur Araz, Michael Palmer, Ismail Capar, 2015, Efficient Online Mapping Tool for Finding Shortest Feasible Path for Alternative-Fuel Vehicles, Transportation Research  Board, Washington DC, January 12, 2015.

Scott Kelley and Michael Kuby, 2015, Compressed Natural Gas Fleets in Southern California: Variations in Vehicles and Route Types, Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, January 12, 2015.

Michael Kuby, Jong-Geun Kim, Ismail Capar, 2015, Equitable Transnational Infrastructure Planning for Natural Gas Trucking in European Union, Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, January 13, 2015.

Kuby, Michael. 2014. A trip-based approach to plan the rollout of hydrogen fueling stations. European Hydrogen Energy Conference, Workshop on “Building a Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transportation: From Scratch to Reality,” Seville, Spain, March 2014.

Michael Kuby, Ismail Capar, V. Jorge Leon. 2013. An Arc Cover-Path-Cover Formulation of the Flow-Refueling Location Model for Planning Alternative-Fuel Stations. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, April 13, 2013.

Scott Kelley and Michael Kuby. 2013. Observed Driving and Refueling Behavior of Compressed Natural Gas Fleets in Southern California. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, April 13, 2013.

Scott Kelley and Michael Kuby. 2013. On the Way or Around the Corner? Refueling Choices of Alternative Fuel Vehicle Drivers in Southern California. Transportation Research  Board, Washington DC, January 16, 2013.

Richard S. Middleton, Michael J. Kuby, Ran Wei, Gordon N. Keating, and R. J. Pawar, 2011. Spatiotemporal and economic decision making for the evolution of CCS infrastructure, Tenth Annual Conference on Carbon Capture & Sequestration, Pittsburgh PA.

Honors / Awards

Edward L. Ullman Award for Contributions to Transportation Geography, Transportation Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, April, 2016.

Clean Air Champion Award, Clean Cities Coalitions of Arizona, April 2016.

Featured Faculty Nominee, Division of Student Affairs, Arizona State University, 2005–2006.

Finalist (Hon. Mention), 23rd Annual Franz Edelman Award for Management Science Achievement, “China Coal Transport Study: Investment Strategies for China's Coal and Electricity Delivery System,” College on the Practice of Management Science, The Institute for Management Science (TIMS), April, 1994 (lead author of 16).

Citation Award (for best Applied Geography project), “China Coal Transport Study,” Applied Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1993.

Nystrom Award Finalist (for best paper based on recent PhD), Association of American Geographers, March, 1989.

Phi Beta Kappa, University of Chicago, 1980.

 

Editorships

Editorial Boards

Location Science Area Editor, Networks and Spatial Economics, January 2007-present.

Member, Editorial Board, International Regional Science Review, 2010-present.

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Transport Geography, 1998-present.

Member, Editorial Board, The Professional Geographer, 1994-1997.

Guest Editorships

Guest Editor, Energy Policy, Special Issue on Natural Gas Transportation (with Amy Jaffe)

Guest Editor, Transportation Research Part C – Emerging Technologies, Special Issue on Alternative Fuel Systems, 2016 (with Yongxi Huang and Joseph Chow)

Guest Editor, Journal of Transport Geography, Special Section on Alternative Fuels, 2010.

Guest Editor, Networks and Spatial Economics, Special Issue on Location, 2010 (with Richard Church)

Professional Associations
Association of American Geographers Transportation Research Board
Service

Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate Program in Transportation Systems, Director (2010 - Present)

Graduate Policy Committee, Chair (2010 - 2015)

​Tempe Geography Bee, Question Provider and Judge (2009 - Present)

​Tempe Sister Cities, Coordinator, High School Exchange Program with Zhenjiang China (2007 - 2011)

​Gamma Theta Upsilon International Geography Honor Society, Faculty Advisor (2006 - Present)​

​ASU Mens Ultimate Frisbee Club, Faculty Advisor (1995 - Present)

Arizona Town Hall Background Report on Transportation, co-author (2015)

Arizona Town Hall Background Report on Transportation, co-editor (2009)​

Transportation Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, Chair and Newsletter Editor (1998 - 2000)Secretary/Treasurer, Transportation Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1995-1997.

Member, National Energy Modeling System (NEMS) Review Panel, U.S. Dept. of Energy, February 1-2, 1993.

Board of Directors, Transportation Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1992-1995.

Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History
COMPLETED GRADUATE STUDENTS (CHAIRED) PhD Kihwan Seo, PhD, 2016 Scott Kelley, PhD, 2015 Lawrence Joseph, PhD, 2013 Jong-Geun Kim, PhD, 2010 Seow Lim, PhD, 2007 Max M Wyman, PhD, 1994 MASTERS Rebecca Santiago, MUEP, 2017 Shuyao Hong, MA, 2015 Qing Zhong, MAS-GIS, 2015 Mawdhah Al-Hashemi, MUEP, 2015 Michael Palmer, MA, 2013 Jason Kelley, MA, 2008 Alice Chen, MA, 2007 Tyler Roberts, MA, 2006 Kedi Wang MA, 2005 Christopher Upchurch, MA, 2005 Sean Tierney, MA, 2004 Sommer, Curtis MA, 2000 Gayle Wilkinson, MA, 1997 Robert G Gray, MA, 1990