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2021

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Poster Session 1215

1215 – Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program Posters, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 1113; Part 3, Session 1306; Part 4, Session 1397)

Tuesday, January 26 2:30 PM- 4:00 PM ET
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Section - Executive Management Issues (AJE00)

U.S. DOT Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program student posters.



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Title Presentation Number
Intersection Priority Auctions with Vehicle Sequencing
Carlin Liao, University of Texas, Austin
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P21-20648
Assessing Network Safety and Continuity Through Non-Motorist Crashes and Roadway Lighting
Emily Hennessy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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P21-20649
Policy Transfer of Autonomous vehicle controllers via Multi-agent adversarial noise
Kathy Jang, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20650
A Study of Travel Impacts to Transportation Network, Behavior, and Infrastructure resulting from School Choice Programs
Brenden Paradies, University of Colorado, Denver
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P21-20651
Dynamic Queue-Jump Lane for Emergency Vehicles under Partially Connected Settings: A Multi-Agent Deep Reinforcement Learning Approach
Haoran Su, New York University
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P21-20653
A Machine Learning Framework for Prediction, Recognition, and Optimal Control of Traffic
William Alexander, University of Texas, Austin
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P21-20655
Variations in Commuting Accessibility by Income and Departure Time
Joseph Chestnut, University of Denver
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P21-20656
Team-based Heuristics for Multi-modal Transportation Involving Ground and Aerial Vehicles
Kenny Chour, Texas A&M University
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P21-20657
Evaluating the Contribution of Paved Surfaces to Intra-Urban Heat in Small Communities
Brittany Antonczak, University of Vermont
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P21-20658
Energy Optimization of Mixed Autonomy Traffic at Scale using Deep Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning
Eugene Vinitsky, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20659
Sidewalk Static Obstructions and the Impact on Clear Width
Nicholas Coppola, University of Colorado, Denver
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P21-20660
Development of an Adjustable Priority, Mobility Fleet Planning Tool for Public Agencies
Cole Kopca, University of Washington
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P21-20661
Personalities of Disaster Management: Data-driven Approaches to Quantifying Resilience and Behavioral Uncertainty in Response to Natural Hazards
Paul Johnson, Vanderbilt University
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P21-20662
Computationally Efficient Analysis, Optimization and Holistic Design of Vibrational Energy Harvesters under Uncertainty
Lissette Fernandez, Clarkson University
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P21-20663
Identifying Relationships
Rebeka Yocum, Pennsylvania State University
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P21-20664
Restructuring the August Redistribution for 21st Century Emergencies
Charles Rudner, New York University
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P21-20666
Feasibility of an Electric Bicycle Lending Program in Oregon
Clare Haley, University of Oregon
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P21-20667
Determination of elastic and flexural strength properties of multi-scale materials via instrumented micro-bending experiment
Santiago El Awad, University of Houston
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P21-20670
Texas Seaport Resilience Assessment: Incorporating Stakeholder Input
Kyle Bathgate, University of Texas, Austin
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P21-20671
The Effects of Affordable Alternative Transportation on the Upward Mobility of Low-Income Populations
Tyler Tripp, Kansas State University
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P21-20673
Analysis of Factors Affecting Pedestrian Crash Frequency Considering Demographic, Land Use, and Roadway Characteristics
Emmanuel James, Northern Arizona University
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P21-20676
DDETFP poster 77
Brian Staes, University of South Florida
P21-20677
DDETFP poster 78
Grace Roth, University of Minnesota
P21-20680
Neighborhood-Level Variations in Transit Ridership and Service Changes During COVID-19
Eric Dasmalchi, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20681
Evaluating the Role of Policing in Active Transportation
Sarah Brown, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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P21-20682
DDETFP poster 81
Luis Rodriguez, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
P21-20684
Omaha, Nebraska “ORBT Equity and Benefit Analysis”
Jason Groothuis, Kansas State University
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P21-20685
Vehicle Autonomy, Connectivity and Electric Propulsion: Consequences on Highway Expenditures, Revenues and Equity
Isaiah Mwamba, Purdue University
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P21-20686
Active Transportation Policy Decisions in Response to COVID-19: Case Studies from Four North American Cities
Emma Stockton, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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P21-20687
Understanding how demographics, vehicle, and dealership characteristics impact EV sales in California
Jean Ji, University of California, Davis
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P21-20688
Quantifying Impacts of Transit Signal Priority using Connected Vehicle Technology
Kentin Brummett, University of Wisconsin, Madison
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P21-20689
At What Cost: How Bikeshare Docking Stations Impact Low-Income Communities
Aliza Whalen, University of Oregon
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P21-20690
Evaluating Transit Priority in Los Angeles
Yu Hong Hwang, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20691
In-service Performance Evaluation of KDOT Cable Median Barriers
Nathan Dowler, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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P21-20692
Public Perception of Alternative Intersections
Sarah Adsit, Purdue University
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P21-20693
Assessment of Evacuation Network Performance under Different Evacuation Scenarios: The Florida Keys
Erika Shellenberger, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
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P21-20694
Evaluation of Driveway Assistance Devices for Controlling Traffic at Low-Volume Access Points Within One-Lane, Two-Way Work Zones
Jordan Hankin, Michigan State University
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P21-20695
Optimization of Optical Frequency-domain Reflectometry for Dynamic Structural Health Monitoring using Distributed Optical Fiber Sensors
Parker Brooks, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
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P21-20696
Mapping Food Diversity and Access through Transit Connectivity in North Carolina
Derrice Haynes, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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P21-20697
DDETFP poster 95
Emily Hiebner, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
P21-20698
Washington State Ferry System Customer Experience Analysis
Alexandra Weber, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20699
Autonomous Vehicles and Innovative Technologies
Stephanie Miranda, Butte College
P21-20700
Semi-Supervised Learning and Deep Neural Network on Road Distress Detection
Long Truong, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20701
Flight Testing and System Identification of a Custom Vertical Tailless UAV Design
Yahia Haggag, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20702
Is She Safe on Public Transportation
Abbey Ibarra, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20703
The Effect of COVID-19 on Metro Ridership in Los Angeles County
Questa Gleason, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20705
Roadway Features Extraction Using LiDAR Point Cloud
Zeinab Aboukhalil, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20706
Collision Detection and Avoidance System for Multicopter UAVs using Optical Flow
Natallia Urieva, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20707
Investigation of COVID-19 Impact on Vehicle Speed Through Application of Bayesian Joint Models
Edward Clay, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20708
Banshe UAV
Hang Zheng (Vincent) Yong, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
P21-20709
Collision Detection and Avoidance System for Multicopter UAVs using Optical Flow
Andrew Moffatt, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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P21-20710
Real-Time Passenger Information from Public Transportation - Open Information Shared with Users from Transit Agencies
Lynne Tien, California State University, Los Angeles
P21-20711
Achieving Excellence for California's Freight System: Developing Competitiveness
Matthew Taylor, California State University, Dominguez Hills
P21-20712
Achieving Excellence for California's Freight System: Developing Competitiveness
Khalil Awad, California State University
P21-20713
Kinetic Energy & Electricity Conversion via Car Tires
Ian Scott, California State University, Dominguez Hills
P21-20714

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