I am a postdoctoral researcher at Argonne National Lab Vehicle Mobility Systems. I completed my PhD at Vanderbilt University under the guidance of Professor Dan Work. My research interests lie in leveraging efficient computational methods and data analytics to uncover traffic patterns and inform transportation decision-making at different scales. My goal is to enhance traffic corridor management through the integration of empirical traffic data with modeling and control theories. For more information, please refer to my CV.

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Vehicle trajectory data reconciliation

Vehicle trajectory data has received increasing research attention over the past decades. With the technological sensing improvements such as high-resolution video cameras, in-vehicle...

Aug 05, 2022

Personalized ACC in a digital twin framework

Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) have matured over the past few decades with the dedication to enhance user experience and gain a wider market penetration. However, personali...

May 11, 2021

Identifiability of car-following dynamics

The advancement of in-vehicle sensors provides abundant datasets to estimate parameters of car-following models that describe driver behaviors. The question of parameter identifiabili...

Jun 18, 2020

Large spatial-temporal data processing via tensor factorization

The US Environmental Protection Agency identifies that urban heat islands can negatively impact a community’s environment and quality of life. Using low cost urban sensing networks, i...

Jun 14, 2020