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2020

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Poster Session 1494

Recent Applications of Connected and Automated Vehicles

Tuesday, January 14 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM ET
Poster
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Intelligent Transportation Systems (Changed to ACP15 on 4/15/2020) (AHB15)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Operational Evaluation of Effectiveness of Connected Vehicle Smartphone Technology on a Signalized Corridor: Field Test
Festo Mjogolo, University of North Florida
Thobias Sando, University of North Florida
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20-03304
Conflict Zone Detection for Autonomous Construction Vehicles
Jiali Fu, Statens Vag och Transportforkningsinstitut
Jan Åslund, Linkopings universitet
Markus Rombach, AB Volvo
Ted Samuelsson, AB Volvo
Erik Uhlin, AB Volvo
Show Abstract
20-00160
Dynamic Queue Prediction at Signalized Intersections with Fusing Sensory Information and Connected Vehicles
Fei Ye, University of California, Riverside
Peng Hao, University of California, Riverside
Guoyuan Wu, University of California, Riverside
Kanok Boriboonsomsin, University of California, Riverside
Zhiming Gao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Tim LaClair, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Matthew Barth, University of California, Riverside
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20-03254
Evasion Planning for Autonomous Intersections Based on Optimized Conflict Point Control Formulation
Di Kang, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Zhexian Li, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Michael Levin, University of Minnesota
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20-02868
A Lagrangian-Based Signal Timing and Trajectory Optimization in a Mix of Self-Driving and Human-Driven Vehicles
Mehrdad Tajalli, North Carolina State University
Ali Hajbabaie, North Carolina State University
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20-02742
Cooperative Ramp Merging with Vehicle-to-Cloud Communications: A Field Experiment
Xishun Liao, University of California, Riverside
David Oswald, University of California, Riverside
Ziran Wang, Toyota Motor North America
Guoyuan Wu, University of California, Riverside
Kanok Boriboonsomsin, University of California, Riverside
Matthew Barth, University of California, Riverside
Kyungtae Han, Toyota Motor North America
BaekGyu Kim, Toyota Motor North America
Prashant Tiwari, Toyota Motor North America
Show Abstract
20-02696
Cooperative Jam Absorption Driving Strategy on Multi-Lane Highways to Mitigate Oscillations
Meng Li, Southeast University
Zhibin Li, Southeast University
Ling Zhao, Southeast University
Yang Zhou, University of Wisconsin, Madison
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20-02804
Safely and Effectively Communicating Non-Connected Vehicle Information to Connected Vehicles
Hiba Nassereddine, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Kelvin Santiago-Chaparro, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jonathan Riehl, University of Wisconsin, Madison
David Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison
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20-05665
Constructing Spatio-Temporal Driving Volatility Profiles for Connected and Automated Vehicles in Existing Highway Networks
Xing Fu, University of Alabama
Qifan Nie, University of Alabama
Jun Liu, University of Alabama
Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee
Alexander Hainen, University of Alabama
Shashi Nambisan, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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20-02594
Reading Vehicular Messages from Smart Road Signs: A Novel Method to Support Vehicle-to-Infrastructure in Rural Settings
Burak Sen, Connected Wise LLC
Enes Karaaslan, Connected Wise LLC
Haluk Laman, University of Central Florida
Tolga Ercan, Connected Wise LLC
James Pol, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
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20-05651
Trajectory Optimization of Connected and Automated Vehicles at Roundabouts
Rasool Mohebifard, North Carolina State University
Ali Hajbabaie, North Carolina State University
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20-03454
Assessing the Impact of Connected Vehicle Technology on Rural Work Zone Safety During Fog Weather Conditions: A Microsimulation Modeling Approach
Eric Adomah, University of Wyoming
Guangchuan Yang, North Carolina State University
Mohamed Ahmed, University of Wyoming
Show Abstract
20-05482
Consumer Preferences for Automation, Electrification, and Carsharing
Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee
Numan Ahmad, University of Tennessee
Behram Wali, Urban Design 4 Health, Inc.
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20-02345
Automated Vehicles Merging at Highway On-Ramps Enhanced by Connectivity with Infrastructure: Safety, Mobility, and Fuel Consumption Impacts
Jackeline Rios-Torres, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jihun Han, Argonne National Laboratory
Ramin Arvin, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee
Show Abstract
20-02104
Integration of Limited Connected Vehicles and Aggregated Floating Car Data in Existing Traffic Actuated Signal Control Based on Extended Kalman Filter
Baris Cogan, Technische Universitat Munchen
Eftychios Papapanagiotou, Technische Universitat Munchen
Tobias Schendzielorz, Schlothauer & Wauer GmbH
Fritz Busch, Technische Universitat Munchen
Sasan Amini, Technische Universitat Munchen
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20-03908
Using RTCM Corrections in a Consumer-Grade, Lane-Level Positioning System for Connected Vehicles
Nigel Williams, University of California, Riverside
Alexander Vu, University of California, Riverside
Guoyuan Wu, University of California, Riverside
Matthew Barth, University of California, Riverside
Kun Zhou, University of California, Berkeley
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20-03095
Trajectory Planning for Connected and Automated Vehicles at Isolated Signalized Intersections Under Mixed Traffic Environment
Chengyuan Ma, Tongji University
Chunhui Yu, Tongji University
Hailun Liang, Tongji University
Xiaoguang Yang, Tongji University
Show Abstract
20-01923
Connected and Automated Vehicle–Enabled Lane Control Application in a Mixed Traffic Environment: Impact on Operations and Safety
Zulqarnain Khattak, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Brian Smith, University of Virginia
Michael Fontaine, Virginia Transportation Research Council
Jiaqi Ma, University of California, Los Angeles
Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee
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20-01900
Chang-Hu's Optimal Motion Planning Framework for Cooperative Automation: Mathematical Formulation, Solution, and Applications
Yu Zhang, Tongji University
Yu Bai, Tongji University
Jia Hu, Tongji University
Meng Wang, Technische Universiteit Delft
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20-01883
Vehicle Trajectory Reconstruction Under Partially Connected Vehicle Environment
Ruochen Hao, Tongji University
Chunhui Yu, Tongji University
Wanjing Ma, Tongji University
Ling Wang, Tongji University
Xiaodong Zhu, China Highway Engineering Consultants Corporation
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20-03824
Trajectory Planning for Connected and Automated Vehicles: Cruising and Platooning in Mixed Traffic
Xiangguo Liu, Northwestern University
Guangchen Zhao, University of Maryland, College Park
Neda Masoud, University of Michigan
Qi Zhu, Northwestern University
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20-03920
Score-Based Traffic Network Management in Connected Vehicle Environment: A Modeling Framework and Simulation Experiments
Moahd Alghuson, Southern Methodist University
Khaled Abdelghany, Southern Methodist University
Ahmed Hassan, Cairo University
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20-03263
Traffic Safety Impacts of Dedicated Lanes for Connected Vehicle Platooning on Expressways
Md Sharikur Rahman, HDR
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida
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20-01094
Platoon-Based Collaborative Intersection Control for Connected Automated Vehicles
Jian Gong, Southeast University
Jianhua Guo, Southeast University
Jinde Cao, Southeast University
Yun Wei, Beijing Urban Construction Design & Development Group Co., Limited
Wei Huang, Southeast University
Show Abstract
20-00520

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