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Dr. Zhengtian Xu (CEE) was selected as one of the three presenters at the 2020 VASITE/WDCSITE

October 08, 2020
His presentation, titled "Congestion" in Mobility Systems, broadened the notion of congestion in transportation as a consequence of users' inefficient competition for shared resources.

Professor Hamdar and his GWTP research group participated in the 99th Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting.

January 17, 2020
The George Washington University Transportation Program presented 5 papers

Professor Hamdar Awarded a U.S. Department of Transportation Grant

September 18, 2019
The grant was one of eight awarded as a part of the Automated Driving Systems (ADS) Demonstration program

Professor Hamdar gave an invited presentation at the ASCE NCS Transportation Seminar Series

November 10, 2015
The presentation was part of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) National Capital Section (NCS) Transportation Seminar Series

CISR research findings were presented at the 9th University Transportation Center (UTC) Spotlight Conference

November 04, 2015
The conference focused on the emergence of connected and automated vehicle technology across all modes of transportation.

Dr. Hamdar presented the CISR research work at the Traffic and Granular Flow Conference

October 30, 2015
The work of the CISR research team was presented in a podium session

Prof. Hamdar and colleagues' work is presented at ISTTT21 Symposium

August 07, 2015
The paper was published in the ISTTT21 Transportation Research Procedia and will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Transportation Research, Part C: Emerging Technologies.

GW VSTC Science and Technology Day: London County High School Students Visit the Instrumented Vehicle Laboratory

April 29, 2015
During this day, high school students visit the VSTC Campus to learn about the various research being conducted on the campus.

Ms. Emily Porter received the ASCE Marr Technical Paper 3rd place award

April 29, 2015
Ms. Porter presented her CISR research work through a paper titled: “From Materials Science to Pedestrian Interactions: Modeling and Simulating Pedestrian Flow Dynamics”

Ms. Emily Porter received the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) DC Chapter Undergraduate Scholarship

December 07, 2014
WTS is an international organization of transportation professionals committed to career and industry excellence.

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