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Lili Du

Lili Du, Assistant Professor of Transportation Engineering at Armour College of Engineering, was mentioned in a Chicago Tribune article about how driverless cars will shape the cities of the future. Du and colleagues from the Illinois Tech Institute of Design and College of Architecture wrote a book, The Driverless City, describing their imagined city of the future brought about by atonomous vehichles. The team was named a finalist in the Nayar Prize at Illinois Tech.

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Lili Du, Assistant Professor of Transportation Engineering in Armour College of Engineering's Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Department and her research partner Marshall Brown, Associate Professor of Architecture were interviewed by WIRED Magazine about their research project The Driverless City. In the article the team discusses the long-term changes that will need to be implemented by cities to maximize the benefits of autonomous vehicles.

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Lili Du, Assistant Professor of Transportation Engineering in Armour College of Engineering's Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Department, recently spoke to ChicagoInno about the affect driverless cars will will have on city planning in the future. Du, an expert in transportation engineering, is a member of a team of architects and engineers working on "The Driverless City" project, a phase one finalist for the Nayar Prize at Illinois Institute of Technology.

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Illinois institute of Technology recently announced three finalists for its first Nayar Prize, a $1 million award to develop breakthrough projects that produce meaningful results with a societal impact. 

The Nayar Family Foundation created the prize for students, faculty and staff at Illinois Tech to recognize their extraordinary problem-solving capabilities and help “move the needle” toward significant innovations to impact society, the economy, and our environment. 

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