ITS Seminar

Presenter Affiliation Title Time

Yinhai Wang Yinhai Wang

Professor
University of Washington
BIG DATA TO BIG DISCOVERIES AND BIG DECISIONS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR TRANSPORTATION PROFESSIONALS February 14 2014 09:30–10:30

Frank Quon

Highway Program Executive Officer
LA Metro
INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS (ITS) IN TODAY’S WORLD February 7 2014 14:30–15:30

Fatemeh Ranaiefar Fatemeh Ranaiefar

TS PhD Candidate INTERREGIONAL COMMODITY FLOW MODEL USING STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING: APPLICATION TO THE CALIFORNIA STATEWIDE FREIGHT FORECASTING MODEL December 3 2013 15:00–17:00

Jung Ung Min

Associate Professor
Inha University, Korea
REDEFINE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AS A VALUE REFERENCING SYSTEM March 15 2013 10:00–11:00

Cheol Oh Cheol Oh

Associate Professor
Hanyang University at Ansan, Korea
IS TRAFFIC SAFETY RELATED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS? EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CRASH POTENTIAL AND VEHICLE EMISSIONS December 7 2012 10:00–11:00

Henry Liu Henry Liu

Associate Professor
University of Minnesota
UNDERSTANDING THE DAY-TO-DAY TRAFFIC EVOLUTION PROCESS AFTER THE I-35W BRIDGE COLLAPSE IN MINNESOTA November 15 2012 11:00–12:00

Christian G. Claudel

Assistant Professor
Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
EXACT AND FAST TRAFFIC FLOW ESTIMATION USING MIXED INTEGER LINEAR PROGRAMMING October 9 2012 16:00–17:00

Joseph Chow

Postdoctoral Scholar
Institute of Transportation Studies
University of California, Irvine
Activity routing and scheduling: calibration and scenario analysis for activity-based travel forecast models May 24 2012 11:00–12:00

Xinkai Wu

Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
California State Polytechnic University Pomona
Investigating traffic and driving behaviors at signalized intersections using high-resolution event data May 18 2012 11:00–12:00

Gunwoo Lee

TSE PhD Candidate Integrated Modeling Of Air Quality And Health Impacts Of A Freight Transportation Corridor December 1 2011 13:45–15:15