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NUTC Dissertation Year Fellows

NUTC awards Dissertation Year Fellowships (DYF) to PhD Candidates who are in their final year of study and conducting dissertation research on transportation or logistics-related topics.

 

Please join NUTC in congratulating the following recipients...

 


 

2018-19

Alec Biehl

Amr Elfar

Aymeric Punel

Archak Mittal

Hang Shu

2017-18

Michael Hyland
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Real-time Operation of Shared-use Autonomous Vehicle Fleets: Modeling, Optimization, Simulation, and Analysis

Fiorella Mete
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Assessment of Bridge Performance Through Data Science Techniques

John Miller
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Integrating Dynamic Probabilistic Profitable Tours into the Truck Assignment Problem for User Equilibrium and System Optimal Solutions

Saeed Rahimi-Aghdam
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Long Term Deformation of Concrete Infrastructures

2016-17

Mehmet Basdere
Industrial Engineering & Management Science
Models & Approaches to Multiobjective Arc Tour Problems with an Application to Marathon course Design

Hongyu Chen
Civil & Environmental Engineering
On-Demand Personal Mobility Services in the Era of Mobile Computing: Physics, Economics & Regulatory Policies

Zihan Hong
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Traffic Systems under External Interventions: Characterization, Modeling and Active

Lama Bou Mjahed
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Cohort Effects and Technology Engagement in Connected User’s Sustainable Activity and Travel Behavior

Yagci Sokat
Industrial Engineering and Management Science
Transportation & Logistics in Resource Limited Settings

2015-16

Peng “Will” Chen
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Hybrid Transit System: Optimal Routing and Design

Jie “Jeremy” Yang
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Data-Driven Optimization and Analyses in the Transportation Industry

2014-15

Madison Fitzpatrick
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Dynamic Attitudes and Social Networks in Travel Behavior Modeling

Mehrnaz Ghamami
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Planning Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles

Alireza Talebpour
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Modeling Driver Behavior in a Connected Environment

Ali Zockaie
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Path Finding and Traffic Equilibrium in Stochastic Networks Considering Link Travel Time Correlations

2013-14

Charlotte Frei
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Travel, Communication and Activity Behavior: Improving the Customer Experience and Serve Allocation

Joseph Warfel
Industrial Engineering & Management Science
Operations Management of Retail Donation Programs

Weizeng Zhang
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Segmentation Modeling: Applications for Finite Mixture Regression Models to Management of Transportation Infrastructure

2012-13

Yikai Chen
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Statistical Health-Monitoring for Transportation Infrastructure

Luis de la Torre
Industrial Engineering & Management Science
Models and Algorithms for Coordination of Humanitarian Logistics

Jiwon Kim
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Reliability in Traffic Simulation Models

Timothy Sweda
Industrial Engineering & Management Science
Decision Making for Electric Vehicles

2011-12

Laurence Audenaerd
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Bringing Short-Haul Air Down to Earth: Exploring the Trade-Space of Mode Substitution for Regional Air Passenger Transport Markets

Guy Arie
Kellogg School of Management
Multi-Market Contacts in the Airline Industry: Theory and Evidence

Yang Liu
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Welfare Effects of Congestion Pricing on Travelers with Different Value of Time: Strategies to Enable Transportation

2010-11

Hamed Alibabai
Civil & Environmental Engineering

Elaine Croft McKenzie
Civil & Environmental Engineering

Chan Seng Pun
Industrial Engineering & Management Science

Xing Wu
Civil & Environmental Engineering

Zitao Zhang
Civil & Environmental Engineering

2009-10

Michael Huang
Industrial Engineering & Management Science
Equity in Relief Routing

Marshall Lindsey
Chemical & Biological Engineering
Energy Consumption & Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Passenger Vehicle Use in Chicago

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