The STRIDE Center featured student research during the 2021 Virtual Student Poster Showcase & Competition held during a live, online event on Friday, January 29, 2021, in conjunction with TRB.
Congratulations to the winners of the event!
1st Place – Lucas Yu, Georgia Institute of Technology (Poster: AI-Based Work Zone Traffic and Driver Behavior Extraction System using Camera Images)
2nd Place – Becca Kiriazes, Georgia Institute of Technology (Poster: Impact and Analysis of Ride Comfort in Shared Modes during the COVID-19 Pandemic)
3rd Place – Akhilesh Shastri, University of Florida (Poster: Interchange Design to Accommodate Ramp Metering System)
People’s Choice Award – Syed Ahnaf Morshed, Florida International University (Poster: Comparative Mode Split Analysis Between Multi-Agent Simulation and Activity-Based Demand Model: Miami Beach Open Scenario)
To view a YouTube recording of the event, visit https://youtu.be/lfdVuRZdfI4.
Below is the complete list of the video/posters submitted by students affiliated with the STRIDE Center (click on the title to open the video presentation.)
- Kamar Amine, (FIU) A Red-Light Violation Warning System in a Connected Vehicle Simulation Environment
- Mahmoud Arafat, (FIU) A Stop Sign Gap Assist Application in a Connected Vehicle Simulation Environment
- JongIn Bae, (GaTech) Impacts of Autonomous Vehicle-targeted Aggressive Merging Behaviors on Travel-time in Mixed Traffic
- Nishu Choudhary, (GaTech) Practical Challenges with Rapid Estimation of Incident-induced Delay for Incident Management
- Mitch Fisher, (Auburn)How Does MaaS Fit into Rural Mode Choices?
- Seung Woo Hwangbo, (UF) Older Driver’s Motion Sickness and Simulator Sickness After Automated Vehicle Exposure
- Becca Kiriazes, (GaTech) Impact and Analysis of Ride Comfort in Shared Modes during the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Syed Ahnaf Morshed, (FIU) Comparative Mode Split Analysis Between Multi-Agent Simulation and Activity-Based Demand Model: Miami Beach Open Scenario
- Lindsay Oluyede, (UNC) Addressing Transportation Barriers to Health Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Perspectives of Care Coordinators
- Rajib Saha, (FIU) Integrated Approach for Optimizing Traffic Management Plans during Freeway Incidents
- Christian Seidler, (The Citadel) Evaluation of Transportation Network Infrastructure, Safety, and Travel Route Characteristics of Bike Share, Electric-powered Pedal-Assist Bike Share, and Electric Scooter System Operation
- Akhilesh Shastri, (UF) ( Interchange Design to Accommodate Ramp Metering System
- Taniya Sultana, (UAB) Justifying Public Transit Investment in Medium-sized Cities by Evaluating their Utility using Agent-based Simulation
- Dan Xu, (Auburn) Analysis of Headway and Speed based on Driver Characteristics and Work Zone Configurations Using Naturalistic Driving Study Data
- Lucas Yu, (GaTech) AI-Based Work Zone Traffic and Driver Behavior Extraction System using Camera Images