UNC Charlotte’s CAMMSE sponsored two booths at Kids Fest 2019 introducing over 430 children to aspects of transportation engineering. This was the second year of CAMMSE’s in participation this free interactive educational event designed for children age 10 and under and their families; over 6,000 people were expected to attend and the volunteers in our booth were busy non-stop...
CAMMSE Center Director Dr. Wei Fan and Ph.D. Students (Ms. Zijing Lin and Mr. Shaojie Liu) attended the NCDOT Project Kickoff Meeting, entitled "RP 2020-043: Bicycle Volume: Counting Machine Validation & Correction, Estimating & Forecasting, and Analysis of Injury Risk" on Thrusday September 19, at Raleigh, NC.
CAMMSE INES Ph.D. research assistant Mr. Pengfei Liu was a Second Place Award Winner out of 16 posters at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Research Symposium. It was a successful event with a nice mix of faculty, students, alumni, and friends from industry.
CAMMSE Center Director Dr. Wei Fan conducted a teleconference to discuss about potential autonomous vehicle research collaboration opportunity with Transportation Research Center (www.trcpg.com/) in Ohio via the North Carolina Turnpike Authority Automated Vehicle Proving Ground at NCDOT.
CAMMSE Center Director Dr. Wei Fan met with Mr. Ryan Goldsberry, the CEO of 4mativ Delivers (http://4mativdelivers.com/) to discuss about exploring collaborative research opportunities in the future.
Each summer, the Charlotte Planning, Design & Development Department invites youth from our community to the Government Center for “Youth in Planning Day”. The day is filled with fun and educational activities for children to learn about planning, local government and our city. Approximately 15 children were invovled this year. The children left from the Bland Street Station around 11:46am...
Dr. Fan made a presentation to the NCDOT research unit about CAMMSE's updates and recent activities during the NCDOT/UTC Roundtable Meeting.
Three CAMMSE Graduate Students Have Been Selected by the NCSITE Scholarship Committee for Receiving Three Different NCSITE Scholarship Awards, and they are:
CAMMSE Center Director Dr. Wei Fan made a presentation entitled “Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control in Connected Autonomous Vehicle Environment for Mitigating Freeway Congestion” at South China University of Technology, GuangZhou, China, on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.
CAMMSE Center Director Dr. Wei Fan gave a talk titled “Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control in Connected Autonomous Vehicle Environment for Mitigating Freeway Congestion” at Wuhan University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China, on Monday, July 15, 2019.