GTI News

Liz York - "Translating Health Science into Active Transportation – A Rosetta Stone for Cross disciplinary collaboration"

The Georgia Transportation Institute welcomes Liz York to speak at the Fall 2019 Transportation Speaker series. She currently serves as Senior Advisor for Buildings and Facilities for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She is a registered architect, and holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Architecture, both from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Xiaopeng (Shaw) Li, Ph.D. - “Control of Connected, Automated and Modular Vehicles: Theory, Algorithms, Data and Field Experiments”

The Georgia Transportation Institute welcomes Dr. Xiaopeng (Shaw) Li to speak at the Fall 2019 Transportation Speaker series. He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of South Florida (USF). His major research interests include advanced network system and traffic modeling with applications in connected autonomous vehicles, shared mobility, and electric vehicles. He is the first holder of Susan A. Bracken Faculty Fellowship at USF and is a recipient of a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award.

Samer Hamdar, Ph.D. - “Collision Formation in Uninterrupted Flow Conditions: Behavioral and Data-Driven Analysis and Modeling”

The Georgia Transportation Institute welcomes Dr. Samer Hamdar to speak at the Fall 2019 Transportation Speaker series. He is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the George Washington University (GW) where he directs the GW Transportation Program. Dr. Hamdar holds a BE Degree from the American University of Beirut (Lebanon, 2003), a MS Degree from University of Maryland, College-Park (2004), and a PhD degree from Northwestern University (2009).

Chuck Marohn - "Redesigning Cities’ Investments in Transportation Infrastructure"

On October 4, 2019 Chuck Marohn from Strong Towns will speak on redesigning cities and transportation.

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