The faculty research interests span from transportation safety to urban design and regional planning. They are dedicated researchers and teachers. They enjoy active involvement with their graduate student group. The transportation research group works in conjunction with the Connecticut Transportation Institute.
|Name||Pursuing Degree||Faculty Advisor|
|Kello, Vanessa||CIVLEG_MS||Garrick, Norman W.|
|Varone, Lorenzo||CIVLEG_MS||Garrick, Norman W.|
|Hossain, Md. Julfiker||CIVLEG_PhD||Ivan, John|
|Khadka, Unica||CIVLEG_MS||Ivan, John|
|Sharmin, Sadia||CIVLEG_PhD||Ivan, John|
|Gerte, Raymond||CIVLEG_MS||Konduri, Karthik C.|
|Khaled, Md Faiaz||CIVLEG_MS||Konduri, Karthik C.|
|Mondal, Amit Ranjan||CIVLEG_MS||Konduri, Karthik C.|
|Sohrabi Esmroud, Alireza||CIVLEG_PhD||Konduri, Karthik C.|
|Zhang, Jingyue||CIVLEG_PhD||Konduri, Karthik C.|
|Islam, Adrita||CIVLEG_MS||Lownes, Nicholas|
|Noor, Albab||CIVLEG_PhD||Lownes, Nicholas|
|Rahman, Md. Ashrafur||CIVLEG_PhD||Lownes, Nicholas|
|Tanvir, Asadul Hoque||CIVLEG_PhD||Lownes, Nicholas|
|Wang, Qixing||CIVLEG_PhD||Lownes, Nicholas|
The Transportation Systems Laboratory is located in room 210 of the F.L. Castleman building. The lab is currently used for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, senior design collaborative space, research activities and partnering with academic and industry partners. The laboratory houses several collaborative workstations, high-performance computational resources, wireless projection capability in both 210 and 210A, plotting capabilities and hi-tech classroom resources.
The faculty of the Transportation and Urban Engineering group perform diverse research funded from the Connecticut Department of Transportation, the New England University Transportation Center, Federal Highway Administration, Department of Homeland Security, Strategic Highway Research Program, U.S. Department of Transportation, National Cooperative Highway Research Program and New England Transportation Consortium.