Transportation Engineering (CIVE 481)
The purpose of this course is to provide students with a solid introduction to the principles of transportation engineering with a focus on highway engineering and traffic analysis. The material learned will provide the basic skill set that will allow students to solve transportation problems that are likely to appear in professional practice and on the Fundamentals of Engineering exam (FE) and the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam (PE).
Traffic Signal Systems Operations & Control (CIVE 697)
This course is designed to provide students in the transportation area with state-of-the-art knowledge in advanced traffic signal system control. The course will also provide students with a solid base on signal system control research tools and techniques. The scope of this course includes signal system design and operations, traffic simulation techniques, advanced traffic control strategies, and incorporation of surface street systems into Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).
Seminar in Transportation Engineering (CIVE 781)
The purpose of this course is to provide students with the current knowledge of transportation engineering and with tools to perform original research and analysis in selected areas of transportation.
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Civil Infrastructure Systems Analysis (CEE 5600)
This course focused on basic elements of Civil Infrastructure Systems Analysis and their applications to different Systems Engineering techniques in transportation, environmental, and civil engineering.
(Served as guest instructor and teaching assistant)
Traffic Engineering (CEE 4604)
This course focuses on the study of traffic and parking characteristics, application of traffic control devices, principles and techniques used to improve the efficiency and safety of traffic flow systems.
(Served as guest instructor)