Yingyan Lou is an assistant professor in the Civil, Environmental, and
Sustainable Engineering program in the School of Sustainable Engineering and
The Built Environment Engineering at Arizona State University. She holds a B.S. and a B.A.Econ degree from
Beijing University, and received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Civil and
Coastal Engineering from the University of Florida. Before ASU, she worked at the Department of
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alabama. Dr. Lou’s primary area of expertise is
transportation systems modeling and optimization, and its applications in
enhancing decision making towards a more efficient, reliable, and sustainable
transportation system. Her research has
led to 18 journal publications, 1 book chapter, and 14 peer-reviewed conference
articles. In 2010, she received the
Pikarsky Award for Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertations in Science and Technology
from the Council of University Transportation Centers. Dr. Lou currently serves as a member in three
Transportation Research Board committees (Transportation Network Modeling, User
Information Systems, and Highway Safety Performance).
President: Andrew Fraser
Andrew Fraser is a PhD student in Sustainable Engineering. Andrew obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology and Mathematics at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. His experience living in Los Angeles and dealing with its traffic and congestion issues led him to pursue additional education at Arizona State. His research interests include integrated transportation and land use, life-cycle assessment, and civil infrastructure resilience. In his spare time he enjoys the outdoors, camping, hunting, all sports, traveling, and spending time with his family.
Vice President: Daehyun You
Daehyun You is a PhD student in Transportation Engineering at Arizona State University. He earned a Master’s Degree in Transportation Engineering from ASU. His research interest is in the development of an integrated urban modeling system including activity-based travel demand, dynamic traffic assignment, and land-use models. In his spare time, he likes watching baseball, basketball, and football and walking on the street.
Secretary: Sravani Vadlamani
Sravani Vadlamani is a PhD student in Transportation Engineering at Arizona State University. She earned a Master's Degrees in Transportation Engineering and Geographic Information Systems (MAS-GIS) from ASU and a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from JNTU, India. She worked as a Transportation Engineer for the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) and is a certified Engineer-In-Training (EIT) from the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration.She was the Vice-President for ASU-ITE in 2008-2009.In her spare time, she enjoys reading and cooking.
Treasurer: Peiheng Li
Peiheng is a PhD student and research associate in civil engineering at Arizona State University(ASU). He earned his master's degree in civil engineering from The University of Alabama(UA). His research interests include ITS, traffic network modeling, simulation, and evacuation. In his spare time, he likes playing badminton, table-tennis and photographing.
Fund-Raising Director: Tarun Bolla
Tarun is a Master's Student in Transportation Engineering at Arizona State University. In his spare time he likes to swim and play badminton.