Survey: Transportation & Mobility for All during the COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery

Survey: Transportation & Mobility for All during the COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact in all areas of life, including transportation and mobility. Researchers at NYU’s C2SMART Center have been studying how transportation/mobility options and patterns have changed and continue to change as the situation evolves. This pandemic has disproportionately affected the…

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COVID-19 Transportation Data Dashboard and White Papers

COVID-19 Transportation Data Dashboard and White Papers The COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing social distancing orders have had dramatic impacts on the use of every mode of transportation. C2SMART researchers have developed an interactive data dashboard that investigates changes in mobility patterns and travel trends as the crisis evolves. Through this dashboard, policymakers and researchers can examine the…

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Using Queuing Models to Design CATS

Li Jin, Using Queuing Models to Design Connected and Autonomous Transportation Systems In this webinar, Professor Li Jin discusses a class of design problems related to connected and autonomous transportation systems (CATS) using queuing models. Classical queuing models have been extensively used for conventional transportation systems. However, their application in CATS has not been well…

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C2SMART Congratulates 2020 Graduates!

C2SMART faculty and staff proudly recognize the following graduates. These students were not only crucial to day-to-day research activities at C2SMART, they also contributed in myriad ways to a sense of levity, innovation, and mission, making C2SMART a wonderful place to work, learn, teach and conduct research. C2SMART is collectively grateful for their efforts on…

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Collective Behavior over Social Networks

Yan Leng, Collective Behavior over Social Networks Social networks are ubiquitous and shape individual behaviors; yet, behavioral data over networks are complex and stretch the limit of conventional analysis and models. In this talk, Dr. Leng presented two complementary projects that extend existing prediction and inference methods over social networks. First, she investigated how social…

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Open Source Multi-Agent Virtual Simulation Test Bed in NYC

Joseph Chow, Yueshuai Brian He, Open Source Multi-Agent Virtual Simulation Test Bed in NYC C2SMART researchers at NYU developed a virtual testbed for NYC using large-scale transportation simulation models built with the MATSim and SUMO open-source simulation platforms. In addition to the development of the integrated and open simulation platform, several algorithms and novel approaches…