Doctoral Research Workshop
Doctoral Research in Transport Modeling and Traveler Behavior
Since 2015, this research group co-organizes a workshop for doctoral candidates at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in January in Washington, D.C. PhD students conducting research in transportation modeling or traveler behavior are invited to present their work and discuss issues and questions they encountered.
Within the Transportation Research Board, the workshop is co-sponsored by the
- Section on Travel Analysis Methods (ADB00), including the Transportation Network Modeling Committee (ADB30), the Transportation Demand Forecasting Committee (ADB40), the Traveler Behavior and Values Committee (ADB10), the Effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on Traveler Choices Committee (ADB20) and the Transportation Planning Applications Committee (ADB50).
- The workshop is also co-sponsored by the Traffic Flow Theory Committee (AHB45).
Participate in this Workshop
To present your research at this workshop, doctoral candidates may submit an application in fall of the year before. Those who recently completed their doctoral degree are still eligible to apply.
The application consists of
- A 500-800 word summary of your research including the title and complete author information
- Letter of nomination from your faculty supervisor that explains the significance of the contribution and clearly states the anticipated graduation date
Applications for the workshop in January 2018 were to be submitted through October 2nd, 2017. Details can be found here.
There is a long tradition to conduct this workshop on Sunday afternoon of the Annual Meeting of TRB. Since 2015, this research group has co-organized the TRB Doctoral Workhop.