Invited Seminars

 

Fang, C. F., “Development an Optimization Methodology for Advanced Traffic Signal Control”, Fall 2005 Operations Research/Management Science Seminar Series, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, October 2005.

 

Fang, C. F., “Development of Application Programming Interface for Real-time Signal Control”, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, November 2005.

 

Fang, C. F., “Simulation Capability for Interchange Operational Analysis”, TRB’s Traffic Signal Control Committee’s Simulation Subcommittee, Washington D.C., January 2005.

 

Fang, C. F., “Using Dynamic Programming to Modeling Real-time Traffic Signal Control for Diamond Interchanges”, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Connecticut, March 2005.

 

Fang, C. F., “Use of Fuzzy Clustering for Analyzing Signalized Intersections LOS”, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, November 2006.

 

Fang, C. F., “Development and Simulation of Optimal and Adaptive Traffic Signal Control”, the 6th Southern New England Science & Technology Exchange Conference (SNETEC), Hartford, CT, October 2006.

 

Fang, C.F., “Comparisons of Traffic Simulation Models - Corsim, Aimsun, and Vissim, Institute of Transportation Engineers New England Section and Connecticut Chapter Meeting, Hartford, April 2006.

 

Fang, C. F., “Information Technology Systems for Use in Incident Management and Work Zone Safety”, the Connecticut Department of Transportation, February, 2006.

 

Fang, C. F., “Optimization Method and Computer Simulation of Real-time Traffic Signal Control”, Transportation Research Institute, University of Vermont, March 2007.

 

Fang, C. F,  “A Simplified Bayesian Method for Safety Analysis of Traffic Calming”, Transportation Engineering and Safety Conference, State College, PA, December 5, 2007.

 

Fang, C. F., “Optimization Method and Computer Simulation of Real-time Traffic Signal Control”, CETA Graduate Program, University of Hartford, November 16, 2007.