Alumni - Ph.D. Students

California PATH employed Graduate students as researchers on many of their projects. From July 2006 until June 2014,  62 Ph.D. students were sponsored by California PATH research projects. Most projects have duration of a year, although many can be executed over two or three years. As a consequence, an individual studying for a Ph.D. could be involved in as many as 4 different projects. More then half of our Ph.D students, infact, had their dissertation supported by a sponsor.

THIS FIRST CATEGORY OF UC BERKELEY PH.D. STUDENTS INCLUDE THOSE WHOSE DISSERTATION WAS SPONSORED BY A CALIFORNIA PATH PROJECT.

  1. Dr. LEAH ANDERSON earned a Ph. D. in Civil Systems Engineering in 2015.  Professor Alexandre Bayen was the advisor for this PhD dissertation, which is entitled "Data-Driven Methods for Improved Estimation and Control of an Urban Arterial Traffic Network".   Dr. Anderson’s research was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation.  Upon graduation, Dr. Anderson joined Palantir Technologies.  Profile
  2. Dr. DONGYAN SU earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2014. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Modeling, Estimation and Control of Traffic". DONGYAN SU's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and NSF. Upon graduation Dr. Su joined Western Digital Company as a System Design Engineer.  Profile 
  3. Dr. JACK REILLY earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Systems Engineering), 2014. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Security of Freeway Traffic Systems: A Distributed Optimal Control Approach". JACK REILLY's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Reilly joined Google as a Software Engineer.  Profile 
  4. Dr. JOSHUA SEEHERMANN earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2014. Professor Alexander Skabardonis was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Weather Influences on FreewayBottlenecks". JOSHUA SEEHERMANN's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation.
  5. Dr. SAMITHA SAMARANAYAKE earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Systems Engineering), 2014. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Routing Strategies for the Reliable and Efficient Utilization of Road Networks". SAMITHA SAMARANAYAKE's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon Graduation Dr. Samaranayake became a Postdoctoral Associate in the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) at MIT.  Profile 
  6. Dr. AUDE HOFLEITNER earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,  2013. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "A Hybrid Approach of Physical Laws and Data-driven Modeling for Estimation: The example of queuing networks". AUDE HOFLEITNER's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Hofleitner joined Facebook as a Data Scientist.  Profile
  7. Dr. JULIA BAIRD GRISWOLD earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2013. Professor Samer Madanat was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Tradeoffs between Costs and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Design of Urban Transit Systems". JULIA BAIRD GRISWOLD's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Griswold joined UC Berkeley - Safetrec as a Postdoctoral Researcher.  Profile
  8. Dr. RAVNEET BAJWA earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,  2013. Professor Pravin Varaiya was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Wireless Weigh-In-Motion: using road vibrations to estimate truck weights". RAVNEET BAJWA's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Bajwa joined Sensys Networks.
  9. Dr. TIM HUNTER earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2013. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Large-scale, low-latency state estimation of cyberphysical systems, with an application to traffic estimation". TIM HUNTER's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon Graduation Dr. Hunter was employed by DataBricks, Inc as a Software Engineer.  Profile 
  10. Dr. AJITH MURALIDHARAN earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, in  2012. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Tools for modeling and control of freeway networks". AJITH MURALIDHARAN's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and NSF. Upon graduation Dr. Muralidharan joined  Sensys Networks, Inc as a Research Engineer.  Profile 
  11. Dr. ELENI CHRISTOFA earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2012. Professor Alexander Skabardonis was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Traffic Signal Optimization with Transit Priority: A Person-based Approach". ELENI CHRISTOFA's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: US Department of Transportation Exploratory Advanced Research program. Upon graduation Dr. Christofa worked as a Post-Doc at UC Berkeley and then joined the University of Massachusetts Amherst as an Assistant Professor.  Profile
  12. Dr. GUNES DERVISOGLU earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2012. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Automatic Calibration of Freeway Models with Model-Based Sensor Fault Detection". GUNES DERVISOGLU's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and NSF. Upon graduation Dr. Dervisoglu joined UC Berkeley PATH as a Postdoctoral Researcher and then joined Apple as a Scientist.  Profile
  13. Dr. JERALD JARIYASUNANT earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2012. Professor Raja Sangupta was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Improving Traveler Information and Collecting Behavior Data with Smartphones". JERALD JARIYASUNANT's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Jariyasunant founded Automatic, Inc and serves is its CTO.  Profile
  14. Dr. RENE SANCHEZ earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2012. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Wireless Magnetic Sensor Applications in Transportation Infrastructure". RENE SANCHEZ's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, USDOT, NSF, Alfred P. Sloan ScholarshipUpon graduation Dr. Sanchez joined Genetech as a Systems Consultant.  Profile
  15. Dr. ROBERT CAMPBELL earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2012. Professor Alexander Skabardonis was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Analysis Framework for traffic compliance measures". ROBERT CAMPBELL's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr.Campbell worked as a Post-Doc at UC Berkeley and then joined Cambridge Systematics.
  16. Dr. SEBASTIEN BLANDIN earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Systems Engineering), 2012. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Modeling, estimation and control of distributed parameter systems: Application to Transportation Networks". SEBASTIEN BLANDIN's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Blandin joined IBM as a Research engineer.  Profile
  17. Dr. SUKRAN ILGIN GULER earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2012. Professor Carlos Daganzo was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Strategies for Sharing Bottleneck Capacity among Buses and Cars". SUKRAN ILGIN GULER's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Guler joined ETH Zurich as a Postdoctoral Researcher.
  18. Dr. CHING-LING HUANG earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Systems Engineering), 2011. Professor Raja Sangupta was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Analysis of Real-Time Tracking over a Multiple-Access Channel and its Application to Vehicular Safety Communications". CHING-LING HUANG's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Huang joined SolarCity as an Energy Systems Telemetry Engineer.  Profile
  19. Dr. KWANGHO KIM  earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2011. Professor Carlos Daganzo was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Queue Interactions on an Urban Freeway and Their Influence on Discharge Flow". KWANGHO KIM 's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Kim joined UC Berkeley PATH as a Postdoctoral Researcher.  Profile
  20. Dr. SAURABH AMIN earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Systems Engineering), 2011. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "On Cyber Security for Networked Control Systems". SAURABH AMIN's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon Graduation Dr. Amin joined MIT as an Assistant Professor.  Profile
  21. Dr. CHRISTIAN CLAUDEL earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,  2010. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Convex formulations of inverse modeling problems on systems modeled by Hamilton-Jacobi equations. Applications to traffic flow engineering". CHRISTIAN CLAUDEL's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Claudel joined KAUST University , in Saudi Arabia, as an Assistant Professor.  Profile
  22. Dr. CHRISTIAN MANASSEH earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Systems Engineering), 2010. Professor Raja Sangupta was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Technologies for Mobile ITS Applications and Safer Driving". CHRISTIAN MANASSEH's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Manasseh joined the Human Intellect Lab as Partner.  Profile
  23. Dr. DAN WORK earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Systems Engineering), 2010. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Real-time estimation of distributed parameters systems: Application to traffic monitoring". DAN WORK's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon Graduation Dr. Work joined the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign as an Assistant Professor, CEE.  Profile
  24. Dr. GUOYUAN WU earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2010. Professor Masayoshi Tomizuka was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Development of Adaptive Signal Control (ASC) Based on Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) System and Its Applications". GUOYUAN WU's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation, Dr. Wu joined the Transportation Systems Research (TSR) group at CE-CERT as a Postdoctoral Researcher.  Profile
  25. Dr. MARK JOHNSON earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering,  2010. Professor Raja Sangupta was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Robust Communication n Vehicluar Ad Hoc Networks". MARK JOHNSON's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Johnson joined Tarana Wireless, Inc as a DSP Software Engineer.  Profile
  26. Dr. RYAN HERRING earned a Ph.D. Industrial Engineering & Operations Research, 2010. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Real-time Traffic Modeling and Estimation with Streaming Probe Data using Machine Learning". RYAN HERRING's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Herring served as a Post-Doc Fesearcher at UC Berkley PATH and then joined Apple as a Software Engineer/Scientist.  Profile 
  27. Dr. JUAN-CARLOS HERRERA earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2009. Professor Alexandre Bayen was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Assessment of GPS - enabled smartphone data and its use in traffic state estimation for highways". JUAN-CARLOS HERRERA's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Nokia, Navteq, Caltrans and the United States Department of Transportation. Upon Graduation Dr. Herrera joined La Catolica Pontifical University, Santiago, Chile, as an Assistant Professor Civil Engineering.
  28. Dr. KANG LI earned a Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering - Control, Real-time Systems, Intelligent Vehicle,  2009. Professor Karl Hedrick, was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Sensor Fusion and Non-linear Filtering Techniques in Automotive Active Safety Systems,". KANG LI's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and General Motors Corporation. Upon graduation Dr. li joined UC Berkeley PATH as a Postdoctoral Researcher and then the National Taiwan university as an Assistant Professor.
  29. Dr. RAM RAJAGOPAL earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,  2009. Professor Pravin Varaiya was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Large Monitoring Systems: Data Analysis, Design and Deployment". RAM RAJAGOPAL's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Sensys and IBM. Upon graduation Dr. Rajagopal joined Stanford University as an Assistant Professor.  Profile
  30. Dr. HWASOO YEO earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2008. Professor Alexander Skabardonis was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Asymmetric Microscopic Driving Behavior Theory". HWASOO YEO's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Yeo as a Post-Doc at UC Berkeley PATH. The then joined the Asian Development Bank and is now an Assistant Professor at KAIST.  Profile
  31. Dr. MINGYU SHI earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2008. Professor Masayoshi Tomizuka was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Real time human driver identification for improved safety". MINGYU SHI's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation.  Profile
  32. Dr. SHAHRAM REZAEI earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2008. Professor Raja Sangupta was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Cooperative vehicle safety". SHAHRAM REZAEI's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: General Motors, USDOT. Upon graduation Dr. Rezaei joined eRide Inc. as an Senior AGPS R&D engineer.  Profile
  33. Dr. ALEX A. KURZHANSKIY earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,  2007. Professor Pravin Varaiya was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Modeling and Software Tools for Freeway Operational Planning". ALEX A. KURZHANSKIY's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and NSF. Upon graduation Dr. Kurzhanskiy joined UC Berkeley, California PATH, as a Postdoctoral Researcher.  Profile
  34. Dr. NIKOLAS GEROLIMINIS earned a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation), 2007. Professor Carlos Daganzo was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Increasing mobility in cities by controlling overcrowding". NIKOLAOS GEROLIMINIS's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and NSF. Upon graduation Dr. Geroliminis joined the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota as an Assistant Professor.  Profile
  35. Dr. SHIANG-LUNG KOO earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2007. Professor Masayoshi Tomizuka was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Vehicle Control Utilizing an Improved Model of Tire Contact Patch Kinematics". SHIANG-LUNG KOO's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation.
  36. Dr. SING YIU CHEUNG earned a PhD, Mechanical Engineering, Control / ITS Major 2006. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Traffic Surveillance by Wireless Sensor Networks". SING YIU CHEUNG's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Cheung joined PINC Solutions as a Senior System Engineer.  Profile
  37. Dr. XIAOTIAN SUN earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2005. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Modeling, Estimation, and Control of Freeway Traffic,". XIAOTIAN SUN's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans and the US Department of Transportation. Upon graduation Dr. Sun joined Hatachi HGST.
  38. Dr. GABRIEL GOMES earned a  Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2004. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Optimization and Microsimulation of On-ramp Metering for Congested Freeways". GABRIEL GOMES's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and NSF. Upon graduation Dr. Gomes joined UC Berkeley PATH as a Postdoctoral Researcher.  Profile
  39. Dr. LAURA MUNOZ earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering,  2004. Professor Roberto Horowitz was the Advisor for this Ph.D. dissertation, which was entitled: "Macroscopic Modeling and Identification of Freeway Traffic Flow,". LAURA MUNOZ's research, which led to this thesis, was sponsored through California PATH projects, by the following organizations: Caltrans, the US Department of Transportation and NSF. Upon graduation Dr. Munoz joined UC Berkeley PATH as a Postdoctoral Researcher.

THIS SECOND CATEGORY OF UC BERKELEY PH.D. STUDENTS INCLUDE THOSE WHO SERVED AS A GSR ON PATH PROJECTS, BUT THE PROJECT DID NOT SPONSOR THEIR DISSERTATION.

  1. Dr. XIAOFEI HU earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2014. Professor Samer Madanat was XIAOFEI's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Reliability-Based Optimization for Maintenance Management in Bridge Networks". Dr. HU was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  XIAOFEI is currently the Quantitative Marketing and Pricing Manager at T-Mobile.
  2. Dr. MICHAEL SEELHORST earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2014. Professor Mark Hansen was MICHAEL's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Flight Cancellation Behavior and Aviation System Performance". Dr. SEELHORST was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  MICHAEL is currently a Consultant, Operations Research at Revenue Analytics, Inc.
  3. Dr. TIERRA BILLS earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2013. Professor Joan Walker was TIERRA's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Quantitative methods for evaluating the distributional social impacts of transportation policies and projects". Dr. BILLS was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  TIERRA is currently a IBM Research Scientist, for IBM.
  4. Dr. REBECCA SANDERS earned a Ph.D. in City & Regional Planning,2013. Professor Elizabeth Deakin, was REBECCA's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Examining the Cycle: How Perceived and Actual Bicycling Risk Influence Cycling Frequency, Roadway Design Preferences, and Support for Cycling Among Bay Area Residents". Dr. SANDERS was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  REBECCA is currently a Research Associate at Division of Regional and City Planning, University of Oklahoma.
  5. Dr. RUI WANG earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2013. Professor  was RUI's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Measuring Multimodal Trasnport Levels of Service". Dr. WANG was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  RUI is currently
  6. Dr. GURKARAN BUXI earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2012. Professor Mark Hansen was GURKARAN's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Generating day-of-operation probabilistic capacity scenarios from weather forecasts". Dr. BUXI was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  GURKARAN is currently a Business Consultant at Applied Predictive Technologies.
  7. Dr. WEIHUA GU earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2012. Professor Cassidy, Michael J, Li, Yuwei was WEIHUA's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Models of Bus Queueing at Isolated Bus Stops". Dr. GU was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  WEIHUA is currently a Assistant Professor in Transportation Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
  8. Dr. DYLAN SALONER earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2012. Professor Carlos Daganzo was DYLAN's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "An Analysis of Personal Rapid Transit". Dr. SALONER was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  DYLAN is currently the CEO and co-founder of Via Analytics.
  9. Dr. KARTHIKGEYAN SIVAKUMARAN earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2012. Professor Michael Cassidy and Professor Samer Madanat, Co-Chair was KARTHIKGEYAN's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Access and the Choice of Transit Technology". Dr. SIVAKUMARAN was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  KARTHIKGEYAN is currently an Assistant Research Engineer UC Berkeley.
  10. Dr. SEONGKYUN CHO earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2011. Professor Herman Glenn Ballard, Co chair Professor Iris D. Tommelein was SEONGKYUN's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "The Relation between Lean Construction and Performance in the Korean Construction Industry". Dr. CHO was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  SEONGKYUN is currently the Deputy Director of the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Marine Affairs of South Korea
  11. Dr. KI TAE JANG earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2011. Professor Michael Cassidy was KI TAE's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Traffic Interactions in Freeways with Carpool Lanes". Dr. JANG was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  KI TAE is currently a Assistant Professor at KAIST. Korea.
  12. Dr. AMY KIM earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2011. Professor Mark Hansen was AMY's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Collaborative Resource Allocation Strategies for Air Traffic Flow Management". Dr. KIM was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  AMY is currently a Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta.
  13. Dr. JEFFREY LIDICKER earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2011. Professor  Samer Madanat and Arpad Horvath was JEFFREY's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Pavement Resurfacing Policy for Multi-criteria Minimization of Life-cycle Cost and Greenhouse Gas Emissions". Dr. LIDICKER was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  JEFFREY is currently an Assistant Professor at Michigan Technological University
  14. Dr. TASOS NIKOLERIS earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2011. Professor Mark Hansen was Tasos's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Stochastic Queueing Models for Air Transportation Systems with Scheduled Arrivals". Dr. NIKOLERIS was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  Tasos is currently a Research Scientist at NASA.
  15. ROBERT SCHNEIDER earned a Ph.D. in City & Regional Planning,2011. Professor Robert Cervero  was Robert's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Understanding Sustainable Transportation Choices: Shifting Routine Automobile Travel to Walking and Bicycling". SCHNEIDER was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  Robert is currently
  16. Dr. YIGUANG XUAN earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2011. Professor Carlos F. Daganzo and Professor Michael J. Cassidy, was YIGUANG's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Increasing the Flow Capacity of Signalized Intersections with Pre-signals: Theory and Case Study". Dr. XUAN was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  YIGUANG is currently an Assistant Research Engineer at UC Berkeley PATH.
  17. Dr. SARAH FELIX earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, 2010. Professor Roberto Horowitz was SARAH's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Integration of Piezoelectric Sensing and Control for Nano-Scale Vibration Suppression in Hard Disk Drives". Dr. FELIX was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  SARAH is currently a Research Engineer at LLNL.
  18. Dr. PULKIT GROVER earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences2010. Professor Anant Sahai was PULKIT's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Actions can speak more clearly than words". Dr. GROVER was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  PULKIT is currently an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University.
  19. Dr. JIN MURAKAMI earned a Ph.D. in City & Regional Planning,2010. Professor Robert B. Cervero, was JIN's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "The Transit-Oriented Global Centers for Competitiveness and Livability: State Strategies and Market Responses in Asia ". Dr. MURAKAMI was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  JIN is currently a Post Doc UC Berkeley.
  20. Dr. JING XIONG earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2010. Professor Mark Hansen was JING's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Revealed Preference of Airlines' Behavior under Air Traffic Management Initiatives". Dr. XIONG was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  JING is currently a Transport Specialist at The World Bank.
  21. Dr. WEI SHEN earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2009. Professor H. Michael Zhang was WEI's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "System-wide Ramp Metering as a Policy Tool to Induce Efficient Travel in a Freeway Corridor". Dr. SHEN was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  WEI is currently a Data Scientist at Walmart Labs.
  22. Dr. MIKHAIL CHESTER earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2008. Professor Arpad Horvath was MIKHAIL's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Life-cycle Environmental Inventory of Passenger Transportation in the United States". Dr. CHESTER was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  MIKHAIL is currently an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University.
  23. Dr. KENNETH KUHN earned a  Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2006. Professor Samer Madanat was KENNETH's advisor. The dissertation was entitled " Uncertainty in Infrastructure Deterioration Modeling and Robust Maintenance Policies for Markovian Management Systems". Dr. KUHN was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  KENNETH is currently an Associate Operations Research professor, RAND Corporation.
  24. Dr. YUMI OUM earned a Ph.D Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.2006. Professor Shmuel Oren was YUMI's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Managing Volumetric Risk in Electricity Procurement". Dr. OUM was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  YUMI is currently the Principal Quantitative Analyst, Energy Policy, Modeling and Analysis
  25. Dr. KEVIN WEEKLY earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. Professor Alexandre Bayen was Kevin's advisor. The dissertation was entitled "Applied Estimation of Mobile Environments". Dr. WEEKLY was a GSR on California PATH projects, prior to conducting research for this dissertation. The PATH projects were funded by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  Kevin is currently a Research Scientist at Fitbit.