Cheng-Ju Wu

Graduate Student Researcher

410-6d McLaughlin Hall, MC 1720
Berkeley, CA 94720
United States
Phone: 
510-642-5478
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Current Research

Freeway traffic demand prediction.

Freeway traffic modeling and control strategies simulation.

Field test implementation of Variable Speed Limit (VSL) and Coordinated Ramp Metering (CRM) combined freeway traffic control strategies.

RECENT JOURNAL PAPERS

1. Wu, Cheng-Ju, Thomas Schreiter, Roberto Horowitz, and Gabriel Gomes. "Traffic Flow Prediction Using Optimal Autoregressive Moving Average with Exogenous Input-Based Predictors." Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2421, no. 1 (2014): 125-132.

RECENT CONFERENCE PAPERS

1. Wu, Cheng-Ju, Thomas Schreiter, Roberto Horowitz, and Gabriel Gomes. "Fast Boundary Flow Prediction for Traffic Flow Models using Optimal Autoregressive Moving Average with Exogenous Inputs (ARMAX) Based Predictors." In Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting, no. 14-4645. 2014.

2. Wu, Cheng-Ju, Thomas Schreiter, and Roberto Horowitz. "Multiple-clustering ARMAX-based predictor and its application to freeway traffic flow prediction," American Control Conference (ACC), 4-6 June 2014.

Biography

Cheng-Ju Wu received his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from National Taiwan University.  He started the Ph.D. program at UC Berkeley during the fall semester of 2012 and works with his research advisor Roberto Horowitz.