Students

Current Students

Chung-Jen Hsu, PhD Candidate – Intellidrive Applications at Highway Rail Grade Crossings.  Funding this student.

Hang Yue, PhD Candidate – Spatial-temporal Databases.  Funding this student.

Xiang Lan, PhD Student.  Funding this student.

Donnie Butler, MS Student – Heavy Vehicle Impacts at Signalized Intersections in the US and Brazil.  Funding this student.

Christopher Faulk, MS Student – Coursework only.  Unfunded student.

Previous Students

Franca, Diego, Master of Science, May 2010.  Thesis:  Multi-sensor Data Fusion to Estimate Train Speeds:  Double Mainline Track.  Funded this student.

Manna, Amlan, Master of Science, May 2008.  Thesis title:  Scalability of Two-Fluid Model on an Urban Signalized Intersection:  A Simulation Approach.  Funded this student.

Zhou, Yue, Master of Science, August 2007.  Thesis title:  Estimating Train Speeds Using Fused Data from Multiple Speed Detectors.  Funded this student.

Villatoro, Otto, Master of Science, December 2006.  Thesis title:  Archiving Traffic Video:  An Application to At-Grade Highway-Rail Intersections.  Funded this student.

Torres, Andres, Master of Science, May 2005.  Thesis title:  Durability Evaluation of the “Bruner” Side Bearing.  Funded this student.

Zhang, Yufang, Master of Science, May 2004.  Thesis title:  Vehicle Detection and Classification Using Computer Vision.  Funded this student.  Jointly supervised with Dr. Qiuming Zhu, Computer Science, UNO.

Xu, Yaunhang, Master of Science, December 2003.  Thesis title:  Applicability of the Two-Fluid Model to Characterize Traffic on Arterial Streets – CORSIM Simulation Results.  Funded this student.

Farhat, Wahid, Master of Science, December 2003.  Thesis title:  Applicability of the Two-Fluid Model to Characterize Traffic on Arterial Streets – Field Data Collection.  Funded this student.

Carlson, Timothy, Master of Science, Anticipated graduation – December 2003.  Thesis topic: Development of a Rural Bicycle Compatibility Index.  Funded this student.

Shi, Peijun, Master of Science, May 2003.  Thesis title:  Vehicle Detection and Tracking by Computer Vision for Intelligent Transportation Applications.  Funded this student.  Jointly supervised with Dr. Qiuming Zhu, Computer Science, UNO.

Sharma, Anshul, Master of Science, May 2003.  Thesis title:  Development of a Multimodal Statewide Freight Model.  Funded this student.

Gude, Tara, Master of Science, May 2003.  Thesis title:  Adaptive Traffic Control.  Unsupported by research funding.

Selinger, Matt, Master of Science, May 2002.  Thesis title:  Design and Operational Guidelines for SPUI and TUDI.    Unsupported by research funding.

Speth, Steve, Master of Science, May 2001.  Thesis title:  A Comparison of Car Following Models:  CORSIM and SimTraffic.  Unsupported by research funding.

Jankowski, Cheryl A., Master of Science, May 2001.  Thesis title:  Scaling the Two-Fluid Model of Town Traffic to Characterize Traffic at Signalized Intersections:  Validity of the Ergodic Assumption.  Funded this student.

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