RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER
410-2 McLaughlin Hall, MC 1720
Berkeley, CA 94720United States
Having earned Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Anthony brings two years of experience in satellite telecommunication systems engineering, and three years of experience in embedded systems hardware design. While building an on-chip bus architecture to handle the logistical problem of moving bits between multiple consumers and producers of data, he became interested in pursuing analogous problems moving people between origins and destinations in the physical world.
Mr. Patire completed his Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley, focusing on traffic flow theory and bottlenecks. For the past several years he has helped to bring a number of PATH projects to completion, including Mobile Century, Mobile Millennium, and the Hybrid Traffic Data Collection Roadmap. Along the way, he has been a team leader on large scale problems that involve GPS-based probe data, data assimilation, and flow models in the context of integrated corridor management. In his present position, Mr. Patire is responsible for analysis, modeling, and simulation of the I-210 corridor as a part of the Connected Corridors Program.