ASU faculty, students present research at international transportation conference

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ASU faculty, students present research at international transportation conference

More than 30 Arizona Sate University faculty member and students presented their research in more than 40 workshops and sessions at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 93rd Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., Jan. 12-16. Here’s the list:

Workshops

Doctoral Student Research in Asphalt Materials and Mixtures
Shane Underwood

Innovative Doctoral Research from Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program
Jonathan David Adler

Sensing Technologies for Transportation Applications
Masoud Y. Fard

The Next 50 Years in Travel Analysis: What We Don’t Know but Need to Know
Ram M. Pendyala

What Does Accessibility Really Mean in Low-Income Communities? New Findings on Multimodal Access, Employment, and Health Outcomes
Julia Koschinsky, Emily Talen

Activity-Travel Behavioral Impacts and Travel Demand Modeling Implications of Driverless Cars
Ram M. Pendyala

Reconciling Transportation and Air Quality Planning to Promote Sustainable Development
Mikhail Chester

Reliable Real-Time Traveler Information Systems
Xuesong Zhou

Sessions

Modeling Applications
Daehyun You, Venu Madhav Garikapati, Ram M. Pendyala

Environmental Justice Issues
Aaron Golub

Current Issues in Revenue and Finance
Subrat Kumar Swain

Special Travel Forecasting Resources Committee
Ram M. Pendyala

Advances in Travel Survey Methods
Ram M. Pendyala, Sarah Elia Volosin

Transportation Planning and Analysis in the Developing Countries
Ram M. Pendyala

Modeling with an Attitude: Models That Consider Attitudes and Latent Variables
Ram M. Pendyala

Pavement Materials and the Urban Climate Subcommittee
Kamil E. Kaloush

Past, Present, and Future of Pavement Design
Matthew W. Witczak

Pedestrian Planning, Design, and Safety
Sanjay Paul, Ram M. Pendyala

Transportation Energy and Climate Change
Wai Oswald Chong

What’s It Worth? New Findings on How Transportation Investments Affect Property Values
Kihwan Seo, Aaron Golub, Michael Kuby

Environmental Analysis in Transportation
Mikhail Chester

Transportation and Air Quality
Wai Oswald Chong

Network Equilibrium Modeling Subcommittee
Xuesong Zhou

Railroad Operating Technologies
Xuesong Zhou

Testing and Modeling of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures – Part 1 (Part 2, Session 684)
Waleed Abdelaziz Zeiada, Kamil E. Kaloush, Michael S. Mamlouk, Shane Underwood

Transportation and Sustainability
Andrew Michael Fraser, Mikhail Chester

Exploiting Real-Time Information in Traffic Network Analysis
Jonathan David Adler, Pitu B. Mirchandani

Integrated Transportation and Emission Modeling
Xuesong Zhou

Transportation Demand Forecasting: Models and Methods
Venu Madhav Garikapati, Ram M. Pendyala

Cool Pavements: Thermal Properties, Field Experiments, and Modeling Techniques
Kamil E. Kaloush, Zhihua Wang

Geoseismic Issues of Bridges Subcommittee
Edward Kavazanjian

Modeling of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures
Shane Underwood, Waleed Abdelaziz Zeiada

Research and Applications in Evacuation Planning
Zhuoyang Zhou, Ning Wang, Pitu B. Mirchandani

Transportation Planning Applications
Ram M. Pendyala, Xuesong Zhou

Climate Change Mitigation and Global Transportation: How Far Can Technologies and Policies Take Us?
Yueming Qiu

Travel Analysis Methods Section Executive Board
Ram M. Pendyala

Transit Connectivity and Ridership Forecasting: Factors and Methodologies
Xuesong Zhou

Engineering Behavior of Unsaturated Soils Committee
Claudia E. Zapata

Advances in Network Modeling
Jonathan David Adler, Pitu B. Mirchandani, Ning Wang

Advances in Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics – Part 2 (Part 1, Session 514)
Xuesong Zhou, Paulina Reina

Activity Scheduling and Time Use
Daehyun You, Ram M. Pendyala

Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Modeling – Part 1
Ram M. Pendyala

A Flurry of Activity-Based Models
Venu Madhav Garikapati, Daehyun You, Ram M. Pendyala

Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Modeling – Part 2
Ram M. Pendyala

About The Author

Joe Kullman

Before coming to ASU in 2006 as the first senior media relations officer for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Joe had worked as a reporter, writer and editor for newspapers and magazines dating back to the dawn of the age of the personal computer. He began his career while earning a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in philosophy from Kent State University in Ohio. Media Contact: joe.kullman@asu.edu | (480) 965-8122 | Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Communications

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