STRIDE Summer Internship 2014 Concludes with Final Presentations

The majority of participants of the Summer 2014 Transportation Research Internship Program (TRIP) completed their program in August with a seminar at UF to showcase their projects. William Woolery, who is from GaTech, will be completing his project soon. Below are the downloadable versions of the presentations. For more information on TRIP, visit: /internship-opportunities.

Kory Harb (UF)
Adviser: Dr. Yafeng Yin, Transportation Program, Civil Engineering, UF
Project: Developing agent-based simulation models to learn about the impact and implementation of real-time parking services via smartphone applications [view presentation]

Megan McGinley (UF)
Adviser: Dr. Scott Washburn, Transportation Program, Civil Engineering, UF
Project: Analyzing a New Active Traffic Demand Management (ATDM) Software [view presentation]

Brian Pitman (UF)
Adviser: Dr. Scott Washburn, Transportation Program, Civil Engineering, UF
Project: Creating software to simulate emissions given off by cars using CORSIM [view presentation]

William Woolery (Georgia Tech)
Adviser: Dr. Mike Hunter, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Tech
Project: Working on research to identify changes in visual search patterns of drivers as environments around become more complex [posted soon]


Image caption: From left, Dr. Yafeng Yin, Megan McGinley, Brian Pitman, Kory Harb and Dr. Scott Washburn