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Symposium on Complexity in Transportation Science: Connectivity, Data & Automation.

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SCHEDULE

08:30-9:00 Coffee & light breakfast

09:00-10:00 Benjamin Seibold, Temple University
"Traffic Waves, Autonomous Vehicles, and the Future of Traffic Modeling"

10:00-11:00 Soyoung Ahn, University of Wisconsin
"A stochastic modeling of traffic breakdown for freeway merge bottlenecks"

11:00-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:15 Xuegang (Jeff) Ban, University of Washington
"Transportation Big Data: Promises and Issues in the Era of Connectivity, Automation, and Sharing"

12:15-1:30 Lunch

01:30-02:30 Robert Hampshire, University of Michigan
"Smart Cities: Data and Decision science for parking management"

02:30-03:30 Marta González, University of California, Berkeley
"Data Science to tackle Urban Challenges"

03:30-03:45 Coffee break

03:45-04:45 Rainald Löhner, George Mason University
"Crowd Management Via Multisensory Input, Fast Computing, Data Bases and Deep Learning"

04:45 Closing Remarks

For abstracts and biosketches please click the "ABSTRACTS AND BIOSKETCHES" link below.

ORGANIZERS

Tierra S Bills, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Charles Doering, Complex Systems, Mathematics, Physics
Gabor Orosz, Mechanical Engineering

See below to register for nametag (until noon Oct. 17, 2018). Lunch registration is closed.
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When and Where

Map Weiser Hall - 10th Floor

October 2018

8:30am - 5:00pm

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