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CSULB's Nicholas Roy Presents at ESTRS 2020

Thursday, July 9, 2020

On March 6, 2020, PSR held its annual Emerging Scholars Transportation Research Symposium (ESTRS) at USC. Every year, ESTRS is a valuable opportunity for students, young scholars, academia, and industry professionals to exchange new research ideas and discuss modern transportation-related challenges. This is one in a series of three articles highlighting the Symposium itself and individual presenters.   Nicholas Roy is a recent graduate of Long Beach State University (CSULB), with a ...

Dablanc Examines Mobility Questions within the COVID Context

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Of the many distinguished researchers connected to METRANS, Laetitia Dablanc, the Paris Team Leader for the MetroFreight Center of Excellence stands out as a major contributor, having enjoyed a longstanding relationship with the Volvo Research and Education Foundation (VREF) and gaining international recognition for her work in the field of city logistics. Dablanc’s reputation as an eminent scholar in the fields of urban freight and logistics, freight planning and policy, and logistics sprawl ...

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METRANS Researchers Ioannou & Monteiro Shape the Future of Autonomous Vehicles

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Autonomous vehicle technology is rapidly progressing, and many leading automotive manufacturers have announced their intent to bring vehicles to the market that allow for autonomous driving in the upcoming years [1]. One major motivation for introducing autonomous vehicles to the general public is a projected reduction of fatal traffic accidents [2]. The U.S. DOT has found 94% of all fatal crashes to be caused by human error, and there is potential to significantly reduce this share of fatalities. ...

USC Hosted the 2020 Emerging Scholars Transportation Research Symposium

Thursday, July 2, 2020

On March 6, 2020, PSR held its annual Emerging Scholars Transportation Research Symposium (ESTRS) at USC. Each year, ESTRS is a valuable opportunity for students, emerging scholars, academia, and industry professionals to exchange new research ideas and discuss modern transportation-related challenges with an audience of students, academics, professionals, and members of the community. Each year this event is held free of charge on the USC campus and is open to the public.  This year, the attendees ...

UCLA's Miriam Pinski Presents at ESTRS 2020

Thursday, July 2, 2020

On March 6, 2020, PSR held its annual Emerging Scholars Transportation Research Symposium (ESTRS) at USC. ESTRS is an annual opportunity for students, young scholars, academia, and industry professionals to exchange research ideas and discuss modern transportation-related challenges. This year, the attendees enjoyed the presentations of scholars from the University of Southern California (USC); the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); the University of California, Irvine (UCI); the University ...