InTrans / Jan 08, 2019
REACTOR Lab to have presence at TRB Annual Meeting
The work that the REACTOR Lab has focused on during the year will be a presence at this year’s Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting.
Seven workshops, poster sessions, and lecture sessions will give REACTOR Lab staff and students the chance to spotlight their work. In total, InTrans staff and students will participate in more than 50 sessions during the annual conference.
The TRB Annual Meeting will be held from January 13–17, 2019 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Washington, D.C.
The sessions that the REACTOR Lab are involved in will focus on how using data can assist agencies with winter maintenance efforts, work zone performance measures, and improving overall mobility, among others.
Their presentations are as follows
- Use of ITS to Provide Work Zone Data Analytics and Performance Measures
- Winter Weather Maintenance Operations and Traffic Safety Implications
- Impact of Phase Sequence on Cycle Length Resonance
- A Rubric Driven Evaluation of Open Data Portals and their Data in Transportation
- Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPMs)
- Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Plug-In Hybrid-Electric Vehicle using Vehicle Usage Data Collected in Shanghai, China
- Analysis and Real-Time Implementation of Variable Advisory Speed Limit Messaging During Winter Storms
You can download the schedule for these events here.
REACTOR Lab graduate students will also be presenting Sunday afternoon during the “Big Data Without Machine Learning Is Just Lots of Data: A Guided Tour to Big Data and Machine Learning” workshop after finishing among the top five finalists in a competition organized in part by the TRB committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications (ABJ70).