Distinguished Speaker Series: Dr Daniel Rodriguez Roman

Daniel Rodriguez-Roman, Surrogate-Based Optimization Approach for the Design of Area Charging Schemes under Environmental Considerations

Dr. Daniel Rodriguez-Roman, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, presented a seminar during his visit to NYU Tandon this summer. His research focuses on transportation network design problems, evolutionary and surrogate-based optimization, and, recently, paratransit demand modeling and operations. He obtained his M.S. in Transportation Engineering from the University of California…

INTERCEP-Rutgers forum on overweight trucks

C2SMART Holds Multi-Stakeholder Forum on the Impact of Overweight, Heavier, and Larger Vehicles

C2SMART Holds Multi-Stakeholder Forum on the Impact of Overweight, Heavier, and Larger Vehicles Dr. Kaan Ozbay welcomes attendees in his opening remarks.   C2SMART hosted a forum at the NYU Tandon Brooklyn campus on May 23 on new policies and directions for overweight, heavier and larger vehicles. The event convened transportation stakeholders from the public…

The Three Mobility Revolutions

The Three Mobility Revolutions

The Three Mobility Revolutions The NYU Rudin Center for Transportation is hosting a panel discussion on three forthcoming revolutionary changes in mobility: automated, shared and sustainable transport. The panel will include local transportation industry and policy leaders who will speak about New York City’s unique qualities in these three revolutions. Sarah Kaufman, Assistant Director of…

Justin Schorr

Justin Schorr, Ambivalent Automation

Justin Schorr, collision reconstruction engineer at DJS Associates and adjunct professor of Civil Engineering at The George Washington University, presents a seminar entitled “Ambivalent Automation” as part of the C2SMART Distinguished Speaker Series. Abstract Recent crashes involving vehicles while they were operating in an automated mode have brought further confusion to the already cloudy landscape…

Lina Al-Kanj, Approximate Dynamic Programming for Planning Driverless Fleets of Electric Vehicles

Seminar: Lina Al-Kanj, Princeton University Lina Al-Kanj, associate research scholar at the Operations Research and Financial Engineering Department at Princeton University, presents a seminar on “Approximate Dynamic Programming for Planning Driverless Fleets of Electric Vehicles” at the C2SMART Center.   Abstract Within a decade, almost every major auto company, along with fleet operators such as…

Abdullah Kurkcu

C2SMART Ph.D. Student Abdullah Kurkcu to Defend Dissertation

C2SMART Ph.D. Student Abdullah Kurkcu to Defend Dissertation Abdullah Kurkcu will stand for the final examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Transportation Planning and Engineering on Friday, March 23 at 2:30 p.m. in the C2SMART Lab. Dissertation Title: Connected Transportation Systems: Next Generation Traffic Simulation and Data Collection Tools and Techniques Abstract: In a…