March 2004 - Today
Professor: University of California, Department of Geography, Santa Barbara, California
Duties and responsibilities: Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Transportation Systems Planning and Analysis: Geog 111A/211A - Transportation Planning and Modeling; Geog 111B/211B - Transportation Modeling and Simulation; Geog 111C – Smart Green Cities; Geog 211C - Activity and Travel Behavior Analysis; GEOG 288KG - Seminar in the 4 T's in Life: Time-Use, Transportation, Technology, and Telecommunications; GEOG 210B - Analytical Methods in Geography II, Regression Methods & Spatial Statistics; GEOG 210C - Analytical Methods in Geography III, Geostatistics and Spatial Statistics; GEOG 5 – People, Place, and Environment: Introductory Human Geography; Freshman Seminar INT94TC – Self-Driving Cars and Green Futures; Freshman Seminar INT94TR – Smart Green Cities.
July 2007 - Today
Co-Founder and Director GeoTrans Laboratory: University of California, Department of Geography, Santa Barbara, California
Research initiatives include: Transportation Planning and Modeling, Travel Demand Analysis, Economic and Behavioral Geography, Geographic Information Science, Applied Statistics and Econometrics, Microsimulation in Activity-based Travel Demand Analysis and Forecasting, Travel Behavior, Activity and Travel Survey Design, Transportation and Air Quality, Travel Demand Management, Congestion Management Systems, Traffic Analysis and Site Impacts, Telecommunications and Travel Behavior/Demand, Optimal Resource Allocation, and Road Transport Informatics/Intelligent Transportation Systems. Goulias has been the Principal Investigator of approximately $6.6 million of projects sponsored by regional, state, and federal sponsors from 2004 to 2022.