I am an Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the School of Science, Engineering, and Technology at the Pennsylvania State University - Harrisburg.
My research interests are centered around two broad themes: (i) understanding the implications of emerging transportation technologies (such as autonomous, connected, electric, and shared (ACES) mobility systems) on user behavior, their intentions to use, and the investigation of prevailing inequities in the transition towards these systems; and (ii) sustainable transportation planning and behavioral modeling of users responding to shocks in the transportation system.
I direct the Sustainable Transport & Emerging Mobility Systems (STEMS) Lab at Penn State.
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We continuously seek talented, motivated students to pursue research in our lab as graduate researchers (Master's or Ph.D.), undergraduate researchers, or summer interns. Please refer to the Opportunities page for more details.