Students

Current Students

 

Mr. Pan Dong, Ph.D. Student
Expected Graduation Date: May 2021
Research Topic: "Artificial Intelligence and Network Flow Modeling Methods to Capture the Impact of Incidents on Roadway System Performance."
Email: [email protected]

 

 

 


 


MohaiminulMohaiminul Haque, Ph.D. Student
Expected Graduation Date: May 2022
Research Topic: "Cognitive Based Modeling of Mixed Heterogeneous Roadway Traffic: From Human Factor Analysis to Simulation and Sensitivity Analysis"
Email: [email protected]

 

 


 


SanghoSangho Lee, Ph.D. Student
Expected Graduation Date: May 2022
Research Topic: To Be Determined
Email: [email protected] 

 

 

 

 


ChenhuiChenhui Pan, M.S. Student
Expected Graduation Date: December 2020
Research Topic: "Robo-Car Development and Modeling to Study Power Consumption in Electric Level 1 Autonomous Vehicles."
Email: [email protected] 

 

 

 

 


dengDeng Pan, M.S. Student
Expected Graduation Date: May 2021
Research Topic: "Video Detection for Trajectory Data Extraction in Complex Environments"
Email: [email protected] 

 

 

 

 


RishiRishi Jarmarwala, Undergraduate Student
Research Topic: “Bicycle and Scooter Safety”
Period: Summer 2020
Email: [email protected] 

 

 

 

 


Previous Students

Ms. Claire Silverstein, Ph.D, 2019
Dissertation Title: “Roadway Traffic Collision Analysis and Mitigation Using Data Analytics and Microscopic Driver Behavioral Modeling”

Ms. Jingwan Fu, M.S., 2017
Thesis Title: "Towards Safer Pedestrian Traffic: Investigation of The Impact of Social Field Characteristic on Crowd Dynamics"

Dr. Justin Schorr, Ph.D, 2015
Dissertation Title: “Bridging the Gap between Social and Transportation Networks: An Integrated, Dynamic Evacuation Decision Making Model”

Ms. Claire Silverstein, M.S., 2014
Thesis Title: “Towards Collision Prediction and Control: Modeling Longitudinal and Lateral Driver Behavior Leading to Realistic Collision Rates”

Ms. Sanaz Zehtabi, M.S. 2014
Thesis Title: “Work-Zone Characteristics in Microscopic Acceleration Modeling: Calibration and Numerical Analysis”

Ms. Lingqiao Qin, M.S. 2012
Thesis Title: “Weather and Road Geometry in Microscopic Acceleration Modeling: Formulation and Numerical Analysis”

Mr. Muhammad Zeeshan Khan, M.S. 2010
Thesis Title: “Traffic Operation and Control during Evacuation Conditions: An Integrated Management System with Multi-level Coordination”
 

Master’s and Bachelor’s Students Interns

Ms. Emily Porter, Undergraduate CEE Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “Pedestrian Flow Modeling, Detection and Control at Transit Station”
Period: Summer 2016


Mr. Hussein Kachouh, Undergraduate CEE Student, American University of Beirut
Research Topic: “Vehicle Instrumentation for Improved Connected Vehicle Technologies”
Period: Summer 2015

Ms. Lama Al Hajj Hassan, Undergraduate CEE Student, American University of Beirut
Research Topic: “Pedestrian Flow Detection”
Period: Summer 2015

Ms. Mojolaoluwa Ladipo-Obasa, Undergraduate CEE Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “Robo-Cars: Towards Building Autonomous Driving Algorithms Reducing Battery Power Consumption”
Period: Summer 2015

Mr. Mark Arnoldy, Undergraduate CEE Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “Linking an Emission Model to an Existing Traffic Model”
Period: Summer 2013

Ms. Terasa Vassallo. Undergraduate CEE Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “Analyzing Crash and Traffic Data to Develop a Safety Propensity Index”
Period: Summer 2012

Mr. Junyu Wu, Graduate Computer Science Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “Implementing a JAVA Traffic Simulation Applet”
Topic: Summer 2012

Mr. Matthew Burkert, Undergraduate CEE Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “Acceleration Modeling and Implementation, Instrumented Vehicle Design”
Period: Summer 2011.

Mr. Jason Robertson, Undergraduate CEE Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “Data Gathering and Statistical Analysis, DYNASMART-P Software Assessment for Evacuation Modeling”
Period: Summer 2011

Mr. Eric Braga, Undergraduate CEE Student, The George Washington University
Research Topic: “VISSIM Simulation and Instrumented Vehicle Preliminary Design”
Period: Summer 2010.

Ms. Lama Bou Mjahed, Undergraduate CEE Student, American University of Beirut
Research Topic: VISSIM Simulation, Data Gathering, and Instrumented Vehicle Preliminary Design
Period: Summer 2010.
 

Visiting Graduate Students

Mr. Alireza Talebpour, Ph.D. Student, Northwestern University
Summer 2012

Mr. Mazen Danaf, M.S. Student, American University of Beirut
Summer 2012