POST DOCTORAL RESEARCH SCHOLAR
Dr. Khan is a post-doctoral research scholar working at PATH from 2019. He is working on two PATH projects, which are: (1) Hybrid Data, and (2) Connected Corridors. In the hybrid data project, he is developing a deep learning-based framework for merging heterogeneous data for estimating the highway performance measures. In the connected corridors project, he is assessing the quality of the data available from multiple cities on the I-210 corridor for the integrated corridor management system. Before joining PATH, he worked as a research specialist at the Center of Connected Multimodal Mobility at Clemson University. He received his Ph.D. from Clemson University in 2019, where he designed and developed multiple Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) applications in an urban transportation cyber-physical systems, and demonstrated the benefits of these applications. He received his M.Sc. from Clemson University in 2015, where he developed a machine learning-based application for connected vehicles, and demonstrated the benefits of the application on a freeway.
Dr. Khan's research interests include:
- Transportation cyber-physical systems
- Connected and Automated Vehicle technology
- Digital infrastructure
- Vehicle-infrastructure integration
- Data analytics in intelligent transportation systems
- Traffic simulation
Scholarly Contributions and Awards:
Dr. Khan has more than 35 publications (including peer-reviewed journal, peer-reviewed conference proceedings and book chapters). He has published in IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Computer-aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, Cities, Transportation Research Part F, ASCE journals, and Transportation Research Records. He has taught two courses at Clemson University as the primary instructor. He has received the ‘2019 Outstanding Graduate Research Assistant Award’ from the Graduate School, Clemson University, and ‘Glenn Teaching Fellowship’ from the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering, Clemson University. He was the Co-Principal Investigator for one USDOT University Transportation Center project.