The main objective of this study is the assessment of the Construction Impact Analysis (CIA) and Work Zone Impact and...Read More
Associate Professor and C2SMART Lead, City College of New York
Dr. Camille Kamga is an Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the City College of New York. He has been the Acting Director and Director of the Region 2 – University Transportation Research Center (UTRC) since 2009 and the Associate Director of the CUNY Institute for Urban Systems (CIUS) since 2002. He is leading UTRC in innovative research, education, and technology transfer programs; addressing issues of urban mobility and sustainability; as well as concepts and technologies related to Big Data applications to transportation and traffic engineering.
Dr. Kamga has chaired many sessions at national, as well as international conferences. Since 2010, he has continued to serve in a leadership capacity as member of the Board of Directors of the Intelligent Transportation Society of New York (ITS-NY) – a professional group providing education and outreach to foster the understanding of ITS applications and technologies. He chairs the education committee of the society. He is member of the TRB Standing Committee on Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems (ABJ30) and member of the TRB Travel Time, Speed, and Reliability Subcommittee (ABJ30(3)). He also serves in many other professional organizations and committees.
Dr. Kamga’s research interests include: intelligent transportation system; modeling and traffic simulation; analysis of very large transportation networks; use of real-time information for travel; transportation modeling using mobile sensors; transportation planning and policy, transportation operations; sustainability and environment; and transportation safety. Since 2012, Dr. Kamga has spearheaded an annual symposium of connected and Autonomous Vehicles in Federal Region 2.
Integrative Vehicle Infrastructure Traffic System (iVITS) Control in Connected Cities
In this project, the research team will propose a simulation-based approach for the evaluation of traffic control algorithms that will...Read More
Connected Vehicles for Municipal Vehicular Fleets: Applications and Testing Framework
This project aims to quantify the various safety, environmental and financial benefits of connected vehicle technologies applied to the New...Read More
Utilizing Social Media Data for Estimating Transit Performance Metrics in a Pre- and Post-COVID-19 World
This perception of transit can be captured through the sentiment of posts made by users on social media. Performance metrics...Read More