Hyoshin “John” Park, Ph.D., assistant professor of computational data science and engineering (CDSE) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, was recently awarded a patent to solve traffic congestion using optimized relocation and placement of portable sensors. Park noted while the potential benefits are great for optimized sensor deployment, the challenges associated with solving […]
As another hurricane season begins, a computational science and engineering faculty member and two Ph.D. students at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University aim to improve tropical forecasting and modeling by deploying drones to collect data from the eye of hurricanes. Hyoshin Park, Ph.D., and Ph.D. candidates Larkin Folsom and Justice Darko will explore […]
Larkin Folsom receiving one of 2019 Outstanding Students of the Year Award at the Annual meeting of TRB2020, during the Council of University Transportation Centers Banquet, recognized by US Department of Transportation. Published here,
Finding the best driving route for a Mars rover isn’t as easy as turning on a navigation app – but John Park and Hiro Ono want to make it so. A program at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is helping them turn their idea into a reality, all while promoting diversity in STEM. A tenure-track faculty […]
As an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Dr. Park will handle papers in topic Areas:1. Emerging Technologies in Transportation Networks2. Artificial Intelligence enabled Resilient Civil Systems and Emergency Response3. Human Factors in Automated Driving4. Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Operation
System and Method for Predicting Effects of Forward Glance Durations on Latent Hazard Detections, USSN 16/244,758 invention is allowed by USPTO. More details below to be updated.
Nigel Pugh, Honorable Mention award winner with his poster presentation of “Safe and Optimal Pedestrian Navigation in a Dynamic Emergency Environment” at the INFORMS MIF Student Poster Competition.
Justice Darko, 2nd place student award winner with his poster presentation of “Modeling and Assessing the Impact of a Traveler’s Preference on Transit Route-Choice Behavior”
Nigel Pugh receiving one of 2020 Outstanding Students of the Year Award at the Annual meeting of TRB2021, during the Council of University Transportation Centers Banquet, recognized by US Department of Transportation. Published here,