Teaching @ San Diego State University

§ CIVE 621 (graduate course, Fall, 2016), "Transport Demand Analysis", Department of Civil Engineering, San Diego State University.

Course Introduction: This course is designed to acquaint graduate students in the transportation engineering program with fundamentals of transport demand modeling and analysis, and to facilitate their learning of some well-developed methods related to the four-step model. Primary topics covered in this course include mathematical prerequisites, data analysis techniques, trip generation modeling, trip distribution modeling, modal split, discrete choice model, traffic assignment, activity based models, and agent based models.

§ CIVE 481 (undergraduate course, Spring, 2016), "Transportation Engineering", Department of Civil Engineering, San Diego State University.

Course Introduction: The purpose of this course is to provide students with a solid introduction to the principles of transportation engineering with a focus on highway engineering and traffic analysis. This background will be very useful in any Civil Engineering practice, even if your main emphasis is on another area within the CE domain.

§ CIVE 620 (graduate course, Fall, 2015), "Traffic Flow Control", Department of Civil Engineering, San Diego State University.

Course Introduction: Advanced treatment of traffic flow and control issues. Highway capacity and traffic flow characteristics, traffic flow modeling, intersection control, freeway control systems, intelligent transportation systems.

Teaching @ University of Maryland

§ ENCE 470 (undergraduate course, Fall, 2014), "Highway Engineering", Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland.

Course Introduction: Includes the discussion of design and modeling issues in traffic engineering, such as critical lane volume analysis, traffic signal system design, traffic flow theory, and freeway traffic modeling.

§ ENCE 688C (graduate course, Spring, 2014 & Spring, 2015), "Advanced Topics in Civil Engineering: Traffic Signal Design and Analysis", Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland.

Course Introduction: Primary topics covered in this course include intersection capacity analysis, data detection and collection technology, pre-timed signal control, actuated signal control, signal coordination, transit signal priority control, adaptive signal control, network signal control, and unconventional intersection signal design.

§ ENCE 370 (undergraduate course, Spring, 2014), "Introduction to Transportation Engineering and Planning", Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland. (Serve as guest instructor, cover three lecture sessions).

Course Introduction: Engineering problems of transportation by highways, airways, pipelines, waterways, and railways. Transportation modes and technologies, vehicle dynamics, basic facility design, traffic stream models, capacity analysis, transportation planning, evaluation and choice, and network analysis.