MBDH logoJune 22-23, 2017
Michigan Union, 530 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI

The “Big Data for Transportation and Mobility” symposium, sponsored by the NSF-supported Midwest Big Data Hub, focused on the current and future challenges of using data to address society’s evolving transportation capabilities and needs.

The symposium featured presentations from researchers from institutions associated with MBDH; tours of research facilities on the U-M campus; breakout sessions; and a poster session.

Read this announcement for a short synopsis. View this document to see who registered for the symposium.

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Shoreh Elhami
City of Columbus

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Christopher Stewart
Computer Science and Engineering, Ohio State University

Lightning Talks

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Brian Athey
Michigan Institute for Data Science
Presentation

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Carol Flannagan
U-M Transportation Research Institute
Presentation

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Erman Osman Gungor
Illinois Center for Transportation
Presentation

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Shauna Hallmark
Iowa State University Institute for Transportation
Presentation

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Al Hero
Michigan Institute for Data Science
Presentation

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Jeremy Mattson
Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, North Dakota State University
Presentation

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Huei Peng
Mcity, University of Michigan
Presentation

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Chungwook Sim
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska
Presentation

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Pascal Van Hentenryck
Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan
Presentation

Posters

A Cross-Portfolio Analysis of Roads Rehabilitation Financed by the Millennium Challenge Corporation in Developing Countries
Shreena Patel, Elizabeth L. Zeitler, Cordes Towles, Jack Molyneaux, Andrew Carter, Yohannes Abebe

Application of Big Data Analytics in Transportation
Anuj Sharma

Campus Infrastructure for Data Intensive Science
U-M ARC-TS

Effect of Bio-Oil on the Rheological Properties of Extracted Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) Binder
Robeam Melaku, Daba Gedafa

Evaluating the Impact of Urban Transportation Policies: Speed Limit Changes in São Paulo, Brazil
Peter Christensen, Amanda Ang, Renato Vieira, Chaeyoon Lee, Abhishek Banerjee

Fuel Economy, Emission, Life Cycle Costing Generation from Database
Ehtesam Rabbi, Cai Xia Yang

 

Breakout Sessions & Tutorials

Breakout Sessions:

  • New sources of transportation data from mobile devices and other resources
  • New analytic tools for designing and managing transportation systems
  • Data for improving transportation safety
  • New mobility options for small and midsize cities in the Midwest
  • Automated and connected vehicles
  • Using big data for monitoring bridges

Tutorials:

  • Transforming transportation operations using high performance computing
  • Using Machine Learning to Analyze Taxi Data
  • Introduction to Transportation Data, Sources and Methods
  • On-Demand Transit: The Next Revolution?

Schedule