The new hire will support departmental growth in transportation systems engineering and will be an integral part of the ISTL team. Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to: emerging technologies in transportation that go beyond connected and automated transportation applications (e.g., urban air mobility, flying cars); traffic operations, design, and control; transportation/infrastructure systems design and management; public-private partnerships; travel behavior modeling; traffic flow; transportation safety and security; analysis of driving behavior; statistical/econometric modeling in transportation with an emphasis on addressing multiple layers of unobserved heterogeneity and transferability; and integration of statistical/econometric modeling and emerging sources of transportation Big Data (e.g., naturalistic data, driving simulation data, etc.). Experience in engineering education research is also highly desirable.
Duties may include teaching and development of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level; service which may include student advisement at the undergraduate and graduate level; industry internships; laboratory and instrumentation upgrades; student excellence initiatives; ABET objectives; diversity enhancement; and external educational grant support in collaboration with the CSEE Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Committees. We are particularly interested in candidates who have expertise to teach courses in construction management, engineering sustainability, or other related fields.
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