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Prof. Simon Washington

Prof. Simon Washington



Lecture Name : How Real-Time Video Analytics will Transform Road Safety Management

  • Cofounder And Managing Director Of Advanced Mobility Analytics Group(AMAG), Headquartered In Brisbane Australia.
  • Employed At Some Of The Top Engineering Universities Globally During The Past 25 Years
  • (University Of California Berkeley, Georgie Institute Of Technology, University Of Queensland, Arizona State University, University Of Arizona, And Queensland University Of Technology).
  • Now Focused On Building Products Making Transport Systems Safer And More Efficient.
  • Co-authored More Than 200 Technical Papers And 2 Textbooks
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Dr. Bilel Jamoussi

Dr. Bilel Jamoussi



Lecture Name : International Standards Enabling Intelligent Transport Systems and Road Safety

  • Deputy To The Director And Chief Of Telecommunication Standardization Policy Department At The ITU Standardization Bureau (TSB) In Geneva. A Distinguished Engineer, Leader, And Diplomat; Standardization Expert And Holder Of 22 Patents. Chief Of The Study Groups Department Of ITU Standardization Bureau (TSB) In Geneva Switzerland Since 2010. He Has Led The Coordination Of The Bureau’s Standards Moving Activities Into A New Era Characterized By Digital Transformation That Needs An Increased Collaboration With Vertical Sectors Such As Healthcare, Transportation, Utility, And Banking.
  • Healthcare, Transportation, Utility, And Banking. He Worked In The Private Sector For 15 Years And Held Senior Executive Positions Such As Director Of Standards For Nortel. In This Role He Participated In Over 90 Standards Making Bodies Worldwide. In The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) In The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), He Authored A Number Of Internet Standards.
  • He Holds A BSc, MSc And PhD Degrees In Computer Engineering From The Pennsylvania State University, USA. Professor In The Department Of Civil And Environmental Engineering (CEE) At The National University Of Singapore (NUS).
  • The Director Of NUS Guangzhou Research Translation And Innovation Institute. Director Of Centre For Transportation Research (CTR) Of CEE. His Research Mainly Focuses On Urban Mobility Modeling And Optimization, Shipping And Intermodal Freight Transportation Analysis, And Quantitative Risk Assessment Of Transport Operations.
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Prof. Constantinos Antoniou

Prof. Constantinos Antoniou



Lecture Name : Machine learning and data sciences advances for road safety

  • Full Professor In The Chair Of Transportation Systems Engineering At The Technical University Of Munich (TUM), Germany.
  • A PhD In Transportation Systems (2004), Both From MIT.
  • His Research Focuses On Transport Policy, Modelling And Optimization Of Transportation Models, Data Analytics And Statistical Learning For Transportation, He Is/has Been Principal Investigator (PI) Of Several Research Projects (e.g. EU-funded PHOEBE, IDREAMS, MOMENTUM, Drive2thefuture, NOESIS, As Well As Nationally-funded, E.g. German DFG DVanPool And Trampa, And Federally Funded PANAMERA). He Has Authored More Than 470 Scientific Publications, Including More Than 175 Papers In International, Peer-reviewed Journals, 265 In International Conference Proceedings, 3 Books And 30 Book Chapters
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Prof. Fred Mannering

Prof. Fred Mannering



Lecture Name : Data analytics and the promise of artificial intelligence and big data to improve highway safety

  • Professor Of Civil And Environmental Engineering And Executive Director Of The Center For Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) At The University Of South Florida (USF).
  • He Previously Held Academic Positions As The Charles Pankow Professor Of Civil Engineering At Purdue University Head Of Civil Engineering At Purdue University,
  • Professor And Chair Of Civil And Environmental Engineering At The University Of Washington And Assistant Professor At The Pennsylvania State University.
  • His Research Interests Are In The Application Of Statistical And Econometric Methods To Study Highway Safety, Transportation Economics, Travel Behaviour And A Variety Of Engineering-related Problems.
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Prof. Asad Khatak

Prof. Asad Khatak



Lecture Name : AI-related Challenges and Opportunities in Transportation Safety

  • Dr. Asad Khattak Received His Masters And Ph.D. Degrees In Civil Engineering From Northwestern University In 1988 And 1991, Respectively.
  • Dr. Khattak Is Currently Beaman Distinguished Professor In The Department Of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) At The University Of Tennessee, And Serves As:
  • Coordinator For The Transportation Group In CEE.
  • Associate Director, Collaborative Sciences Center For Road Safety, A National University Transportation Center Consortium Led By University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill.
  • Co-Director Of The Initiative For Sustainable Mobility.
  • Pel Hill. Co-Director Of The Initiative For Sustainable Mobility. He Is Affiliated With The UT Center For Transportation Research As Well As The Baker Center For Public Policy,
  • Where He Works On A Broad Range Of Research And Educational Projects Sponsored By State And Federal Agencies.
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Prof. Lynda Ng Boyle

Prof. Lynda Ng Boyle



Lecture Name : A framework for modeling human-vehicle interactions with increasingly autonomous vehicle systems

  • Professor, Industrial & System Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering University Of Washinton.
  • Dr. Boyle Is The Director Of The Human Factors And Statistical Modeling Lab.
  • Dr. Boyle Is The Director Of The Human Factors And Statistical Modeling Lab. Dr. Boyle's Research Centers On Driving Behavior, Crash Countermeasures, Crash And Safety Analysis, And Statistical Modeling.
  • She Is The Recipient Of An NSF Career Award. Her Research Work Has Also Been Funded By The US DOT, NIH, And The National Academies–TRB
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Mr. Russell Shields

Mr. Russell Shields



Lecture Name : Automotive Safety Technology for the Next Decade

  • Russ Shields Is Former CEO Of Navigation Technologies (later NAVTEQ, Now HERE), And Former Leader Of Other Automotive And Communications Enterprises. Mr. Shields Is Currently A Consultant To Qualcomm Automotive. Mr. Shields Has Been Involved In Communications Standards Bodies For More Than 40 Years.
  • Omm Automotive. Mr. Shields Has Been Involved In Communications Standards Bodies For More Than 40 Years. He Is Chair Of The Collaboration On ITS Communication Standards Of The ITU. He Is A Member Of The National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation And Timing Advisory Board; An SAE Fellow; And A Recipient Of The SAE Delco Electronics ITS Award.
  • . Mr. Shields Was Inducted Into The Inaugural Class Of ITS America’s ITS Hall Of Fame In 2008 And Was Named The Inaugural U.S. Member Of The ITS World Congress Hall Of Fame In 2010.
  • In 2019, He Was Named An Inaugural Member Of The FISITA Academy Of Technical Leadership. Mr. Shields Has Received The University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business Distinguished Alumni Award In Entrepreneurship.
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Prof. Helai Huang

Prof. Helai Huang



Lecture Name : crash scenario derivation and risk evaluation for ICV test

  • Prof. Helai Huang Is The Chair Professor And Founding Director Of Smart Transportation Laboratory At Central South University, China.
  • He Holds A PhD Degree From National University Of Singapore,
  • And Worked As A Post-doc At University Of Central Florida.
  • His Research Interest Is Traffic Safety And Intelligent Transportation Systems.
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Prof. Qiang Meng

Prof. Qiang Meng



Lecture Name : Data-driven shipping risk assessment

  • Dr. Qiang Meng Is A Professor In The Department Of Civil And Environmental Engineering (CEE) At The National University Of Singapore (NUS) And The Director Of Centre For Transport Research (CTR) Of CEE.
  • He Has Worked In The Department As An Associate Professor From July 2010 To December 2015, An Assistant Professor From September 2003 To June 2010, And A Research Fellow (A) From June 2002 To September 2003.
  • Dr. Meng Received A Bachelor Of Science From East China Normal University In 1984 And A Master Of Science From The Chinese Academy Of Sciences In 1989.
  • He Served As An Assistant Professor In Shandong Normal University From July 1989 To July 1997 Prior To Pursuing PhD
  • Study At The Hong Kong University Of Science And Technology (HKUST) From August 1997 To November 2000.
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