CAMMSE SUCCESSFULLY HELD ITS 2022 FIFTH ANNUAL CAMMSE VIRTUAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM FROM NOVEMBER 10-11, 2022.
CAMMSE (Center for Advanced Multimodal Mobility Solutions and Education) successfully held its Fifth Annual CAMMSE Virtual Research Symposium from November 10-11, 2022, which focused on showcasing CAMMSE faculty and student research within different university affiliates of CAMMSE. We had scheduled two keynote presentations, three technical sessions and two student presentation sessions. More detailed information about our Fifth Annual CAMMSE Virtual Research Symposium can be found in the final program booklet and the recorded videos can be accessed below. PDHs were offered for all sessions.
2022 FIFTH ANNUAL CAMMSE VIRTUAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM (NOVEMBER 10-11, 2022)
- 2022 Final Program
- 2022 Final Program – Abridged Version
- 2022 CAMMSE Virtual Research Symposium Final Recorded Videos
CAMMSE students made a total of 11 wonderful presentations. Seven students won the presentation awards and detailed information is provided below:
First Place (One):
Jennifer Hall, Equity As A Criterion For Transit Service Reduction During The Covid-19 Pandemic, UT Austin
Second Place (Two):
Quinn Packer, Pedestrian Signal Compliance Under Concurrent and Exclusive Phasing at Traffic Signals Considering Geo-Spatial Factors, UCONN
Olajumoke Omosebi, Investigating The Impact of Airport Surface Technology (ASDE-X, RWSL and ASSC) In Mitigating Runway Incursion, TSU
Third Place (Four):
Suyash Vishnoi, Traffic State Estimation for Connected Vehicles using the Second-Order Aw-Rascle-Zhang Traffic Model, UT Austin
Sruthi Mantri, An analysis of the impacts of Autonomous Vehicles on private household vehicle ownership in the state of Connecticut, UCONN
Zheng Ren, An Enhanced Understanding of Disaster Resilience Assessment Using Points-of-interest (POI) Visit Dataset Under a Natural Disaster, UCONN
Zakiya Percy, Investigate age impacts on Controlled Flight into Terrain aircraft crashes in General Aviation, TSU
Many thanks again to our two judges (Dr. Yi Qi from TSU and Ms. Carolina Baumanis from UT Austin) and all the student presenters, for your time and hard work!