Transportation Seminar: Thursday, 4/11, 2019, Dr. JonPetersen, Head of Data Science at Uber Technologies, a Seminar on The Dawn of Urban Aerial Ridesharing
ASUTransportationSeminar: Thursday, 4/4, 2019, Dr. Shoshanna Saxe, Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil &Mineral Engineering at University of Toronto, aSeminar on Transport Infrastructure LCA Cradle to Placed: Understanding Embodied Materials and Emissions
ASUTransportation Seminar: Thursday, 3/28, 2019, Dr. Brian Taylor, Professor of Urban Planning and Director of the Institute of Transportation Studies at University of California at Los Angeles, aSeminar on WHY IS PUBLIC TRANSIT LOSING RIDERS? A VIEW FROM CALIFORNIA.
ASUTransportation Seminar: Thursday, 3/21, 2019, Dr. R. Jayakrishnan, Professor at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering & Institute of Transportation Studies at University of California at Irvine, aSeminar on USER EXCHANGES OF TRANSPORTATION SUPPLY AND NEW OPERATIONAL PARADIGMS IN A SHARED-CONNECTED-AUTONOMOUS FUTURE.
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday 3/15, 2019, Dr. Xiang (Ben) Song, Senior Data Scientist, Fidelity Investments, aSeminar on Personalization of Future Mobility Systems
ASU Transportation Seminar: Thursday, 2/28, 2019, Mr. Brent Cain, Director of the Transportation Systems Management & Operations (TSMO) Division of Arizona Department of Transportation, a Seminar on ADOT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS (TSMO) TECHNOLOGY EFFORTS
ASU Transportation Seminar: Thursday, 2/21, 2019, Dr. Mark S. Daskin, Professor at University of Michigan, a Seminar on MULTI-OBJECTIVE LOCATION MODELING AND GENETIC ALGORITHMS
ASU Transportation Seminar:Thursday, 2/14, 2019, Mr. Paul Basha, Transportation Director at City of Scottsdale, AZ, a Seminar on PHOENIX LIGHT RAIL COLLISION STUDY AND RESULTS.
ASU ITU Student Chapter Election
We are honored to announce that the term of current members of ITE officers of our student chapter has come to an end, and positions are open to all members! We are extremely grateful for all that has been done in the past, and we are excited for the new term to begin. This is an amazing opportunity to learn more the transportation field, get connected with industry leaders, and hold a leadership position yourself. As previously done, the new President will be chosen from the current executive board, and five positions are open to all students: Vice President: assist the president and shall assume the duties of the president when the latter is temporarily unable. 2017-2018 officer: Shivam Sharda (email@example.com) Secretary: shall keep a record of all transactions of the chapter, attend to notification meetings, conduct all essential correspondence for the chapter, keep a roll of the members of the chapter, and submit an annual report to ITE. 2017-2018 officer: Golnoosh Miri (firstname.lastname@example.org) Treasurer: shall take charge of all funds belonging to the chapter and shall be prepared to render an account of chapter funds at each meeting. 2017-2018 officers: Jun Xiao (email@example.com) and Taehooie Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) Internal liaison: in charge of communications with internal students/groups at ASU, such as make announcements in class, reach out with other student groups, etc. 2017-2018 officer: Denise Silva (email@example.com) External liaison: in charge of communications with external individuals/groups outside of ASU, such as ITE Arizona Sector, ITS Arizona, etc. 2017-2018 officer: Lei Yudi (firstname.lastname@example.org) In order to run for any position, students will nominate themselves, and prepare a very brief introduction, along with motivations to join ITE, to be presented at the election meeting, February 7, 5 pm (CAVC 543). You can contact any officer with questions about the positions, and/or what we do. Election schedule: Monday, January 28, elections announcement. Thursday, February 7, 5 pm (CAVC 543), election meeting. February 8 - March 8, executive board transition period.
ASU Transportation Seminar: Thursday, 2/7, 2019, Mr. Paul Balch, Project Manager at Dibble Engineering, aSeminar on HIGHWAY DESIGN AND MODELING
ASU Transportation Seminar: Thursday, 1/31, 2019, Professor Aviral Shrivastava, the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering at ASU a Seminar on TIME IN CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 11/09, 2018, Dr. Colin Sheppard, Senior Scientific Engineering Associate at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), a Seminar on MULTI-SCALE ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORTATION ELECTRIFICATION TO QUANTIFY PHYSICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF VEHICLE GRID INTEGRATION
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 11/02, 2018, the one and only Professor Hani S. Mahmassani, William Patterson Distinguished Chair in Transportation and Director of the Transportation Center at Northwestern University, will present the Fall 2018 TOMNET distinguished Seminar on Integrating Shared Autonomous Fleet Services in Urban Mobility: Dynamic Network models for System Operation and Evaluation
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 10/26, 2018, Professor Peter R. Stopher, a seminar on Automating Special Generator Traffic Counts Using Video and WiFi/Bluetooth Detection
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 10/19, 2018, Mr. Douglas D. Carlson, Vice President - Asphalt Products, a seminar Innovations in Rubberized Asphalt Technology
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 10/10, 2018, Professor Pitu Mirchandani, a seminar on Locating Platforms and Scheduling a Fleet of Drones for Emergency Delivery of Perishable Items.
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 9/28, 2018, Dr. Vladimir Livshits from the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) will present a seminar titled Bifurcation Point: When State-of-the-Art is Not Good Enough.
Fehrs and Peers Event
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 9/21, 2018, Dr. Yingyan Lou Associate Professor of the ASU School of school of sustainable engineering and the built environment on How Small Can Headways Be in Platoons of Connected Autonomous Vehicles?
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 9/14, 2018, Tom Wolfe of Stantec & Tom Wilhite of City of Tempe seminar on Tempe Streetcar – The Making of a New Transit System
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 9/7, 2018, Dr. Calvin Thigpen of the ASU School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning seminar on The Influence of Personal Experiences and Media Coverage of Bicyclist and Pedestrian Crashes on Perceptions and Behavior
ASU Transportation Seminar: Friday, 8/31, 2018, Dr. Jimmy Armoogum, IFSTTAR-DEST, France seminar on Measurement and Analysis of Mobility