Transportation engineering research areas include multimodal transportation infrastructure and dynamic traffic network mobility, safety, security and emergency evacuation, as well as energy consumption and vehicle emission performance modeling; transportation asset management, addressing system integration, risk and uncertainty, and sustainability; and network economics.
Associate Professor and Director, Transportation Engineering Program and Infrastructure Engineering and Management Program
Expertise: Transportation systems analysis, evaluation, and asset management; statistical and econometric methods for transportation demand modeling, pavement performance modeling, and safety and security analyses; simulation modeling for intelligent transportation systems applications; risk and uncertainty modeling, and optimization of dynamic traffic networks, infrastructure systems, and logistics problems.
C. Jotin Khisty
Professor Emeritus, Transportation Engineering Program and Infrastructure Engineering and Management Program
Expertise: Transportation engineering; urban planning; economic and policy analysis; infrastructure projects; accident & safety studies systems engineering; multimodal transportation projects; transportation network analysis
Assistant Professor, Transportation Engineering Program and Infrastructure Engineering and Management Program
Expertise: Transportation systems analysis and network design; statistical and operations methods; information fusion; stochastic vehicle routing; intelligent transportation systems; real-time traffic sensing; multimodal transportation network analysis; infrastructure network design under disasters; energy consumption and emission issues in transportation network.