CURRICULUM VITA

A. ESSAM RADWAN

Professor and Chair

Department of Civil and

Environmental Engineering

University of Central Florida

Orlando, Florida 32816-2450

(407) 823-2841

PERSONAL DATA

- Born in Egypt on November 1, 1950 (U. S. Citizen)

- Married to Wendy Shaffer

- Two children, Omar and Adam

- Excellent Health

EDUCATION BACKGROUND

Ph.D. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana,

December 1978, Major: Transportation Engineering

M.S.C.E. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana,

December 1976, Major: Transportation Engineering

B.S.C.E. Cairo University, 1972, Giza, Egypt, 1972

Major: Civil Engineering (With Honors)

AREA OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH

Taught courses related to transportation engineering, traffic engineering, and computer applications in traffic operations. Conducted research in numerous transportation applications including Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), highway safety, computer simulation of traffic flow and operations, transportation of hazardous materials and hazardous wastes including nuclear spent fuels, and regional freight transportation modeling.

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION

Registered Professional Engineer in Arizona, Florida, Virginia and Egypt.

POSITIONS HELD

August, 1990 - Present: Professor and Chair of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida 32816-2450.

August, 1984 - August 1990: Associate Professor in the Civil Engineering Department, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 85287. Promoted to Professor in 1990.

September, 1978 - August, 1984: Assistant Professor in the Civil Engineering Department, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061. Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor in 1984.

August, 1974 - August, 1978: Graduate Assistant in Research with the Joint Highway Research Project, Purdue University, School of Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, IN 47907.

July, 1972 - July, 1974: Graduate Teach. Ass't.,Civil Eng'rg Depart., Cairo Univ. Giza, Egypt.

July, 1972 - July 1974: Part-Time Staff Member of a Transportation Consultant Firm, Cairo, Egypt (Osman Transportation Engineering Firm).

June, 1973 - August, 1973: Training Engineer, Highway Department of LODZ, Poland.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Graduation with Distinction, 1967, High School Diploma, Cairo, Egypt.

School of Engineering Scholarship, 1968 - 1972, Cairo University, Egypt.

Bachelor Degree with Honors, 1972, Cairo University, Egypt.

Outstanding Young Men of America, 1980.

Eminent Engineer, Tau Beta Pi, 1992

CHI EPSILON, 1992

WHO'S WHO REGISTRY, Platinum Edition, 1992

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Administrative duties at UCF included the department accreditation by the ABET board, the accreditation by the Southern Accreditation of Colleges and Schools, the accreditation by the State University System, hiring faculty, interacting with the CEE advisory board for the purpose of raising funds and reviewing the undergraduate and graduate curricula in both programs (Civil and Environmental engineering), and developing a department strategic plan. The department currently has twenty two faculty, four staff members, three Research Associates, and a technician. The undergraduate enrollment amounts to 620 students equally split among the two programs, and 135 graduate students. The following are highlights of major accomplishments during my administrative tenure at UCF:

Secured a six year accreditation period in 1991.

Assisted with SACS and SUS accreditation activities in 1994.

Hired 9 new faculty tenure track members, two of which are African/Americans of which one male and one female.

Worked with five CEE faculty to achieve tenure and promotion to Assocaite Professor, and one promotion from the rank Associate Professor to the rank of Professor.

Completed a department strategic plan in 1991 and updated it in early 1994.

Hired two new staff members (secretarial level).

Worked with the Curriculum sub-committee of the CE advisory board to evaluate both program curricula. Proposed changes were partially voted on by the faculty and included in the '94-'95 catalog.

Worked with theDean of Engineering and the fund raising sub-committee of the CE advisory board to establish the "Alex Alexander professorship" for Environmental restoration. The Professorship was completed in october 1996.

Established an Infrastructure Endowed Professorship for civil engineering.

Increased the annual research funding in the CEE Department to over $2,000,000.

Increased the total student enrollment from 420 to 750.

Worked with the local consultant firms to establish student scholarships including Greiner , ASCE, and FES scholarships.

Increased the department exposure locally and nationally by developing a promotional videotape, the "Surveyor" newsletter, short courses and workshops, and Executive Conferences to attract international delegations.

Worked closely with the executive officer and the CEE faculty to improve advisement especially for the undergraduate program. The outcome is a significant increase in the size of the graduating class.

Attracted an Executive Conference on Motor Vehicle and the Environment to UCF which is sponsored by the International Road Federation. The fifth in the series was scheduled for May 1996.

Offered several workshops at UCF and encouraged other CEE faculty to develop similar activities.


SPONSORED RESEARCH PROJECTS

1996 : Principal Investigator: Planning grant to establish a Center for Research on Environmental Degradation, Infrastructure, and Transportation, Division of Sponsored Research, UCF (Sponsor $50,000), Co-P.I. ( Al-Deek, Cooper, Kersten, and Reinhart)

1995-1997: Principal Investigator: " Driving Simulator Technologies", Florida Department of Transportation (Sponsor $580,000), Co-P.I.( Bauer, Klee, and Al-Deek)

1996-1997: Co-Principal Investigator: "Demographic Factors, Roadway Design, and Traffic Accidents: An Analytical Investigation", Florida Department of Transportation (Sponsor $100,000), P.I.( Aty)

1995-1997: Co-Principal Investigator: " Development of a Simulation Model for the OOCEA Plazas and Study of Air Quality Benefits of EPASS", Orlando/Orange County Expressway Authority (Sponsor $100,000), P.I. (H. Al-Deek)

1995-1997: Co-Principal Investigator: " Prediction of Traffic Conditions Along the I-4 Corridor", Florida Department of Transportation (Sponsor $100,000), P.I. (H. Al-Deek)

1995: Co-Principal Investigator: " A Methodology for Evaluating Level of Service at Florida Toll Plazas", Orlando/Orange County Expressway Authority (Sponsor $ 75,000, pending)

1995: Co-Principal Investigator:" Testing & Analysis of Recycled and Non-recycled Materials", NASA/JFK Space Center (Sponsor $ 50,000), P.I. (S. Kuo)

1994: Co-Principal Investigator: "Traffic Evaluation of the Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) Systems at the OOCEA Plazas", Orlando/Orange County Expressway Authority (Sponsor $50,000), P.I. (H. Al-Deek).

1994: Principal Investigator: "Ridership Income Correlation", Orlando/Orange County Expressway Authority (Sponsor $30,000), Co-P I (D. S. Leftwich, and D. Fuller).

1993-1995: Principal Investigator: "Safety Criteria for protective and/or Permissive Left Turn Phasing", Florida Department of Transportation (Sponsor $119,915), Co-PI (H. Al-Deek, M. Johnson).

1992-1993: Principal Investigator: "Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety", Florida Department of Transportation, (Sponsor $4,540).

1991-1993: Principal Investigator: "TravTek Evaluation", Subcontract to Science Application International Corporation (SAIC), FHWA (Sponsor $303,000), Co-PI (H. M. Al-Deek, D.S. Leftwich, C. Lee, and Linda Malone).

1992-1993: Principal Investigator: "Fire Trends on Motor Vehicles", AAA Safety Foundation (Sponsor $50,000).

1991-1992: Principal Investigator "Characteristics of Incidents Involving Transportation of Hazardous Substances", Gulf Coast Hazardous Substance Research Center, (Sponsor $25,000), Co-P.I. (D. S. Leftwich).

1989-1990: Principal Investigator: "Effect of Right Turning Vehicles on Traffic Volume Signal Warrants," Arizona Department of Transportation, June 1989-January 1990, (Sponsor: $75,000), Co-P.I. (J. Upchurch).

1989: Principal Investigator: "HAZMAT Incident Database," Arizona Department of Transportation, April 1989-October 1989 (Sponsor: $9,950).

1989-1990: Principal Investigator: "Interchange Design and Analysis Software," Arizona Department of Transportation, June 1989-May 1990, (Sponsor: $19,000).

1988-1989: Co-Principal Investigator: "Left turn Signal Warrants," Arizona Department of Transportation, November 1988-March 1989, (Sponsor: $50,000), P.I. (J. Upchurch).

1988: Principal Investigator: "Analysis of Median Lighting," State-of-the-Art Report, Arizona Department of Transportation, September 1988 to November 1988, (Sponsor: $9,000).

1987-1988: Principal Investigator: "Management of Accidents Involving the Release of Dioxins," North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society, (Sponsor: $3,400).

1987: Principal Investigator: "Effect of Right Turning Vehicles on Traffic Signal Volume Warrants," State-of-the-Art Report, Arizona Department of Transportation, July 1987-September 1987, (Sponsor: $6,000), Co-P.I. (J. Upchurch).

1987: Principal Investigator: "Evaluation of Traffic Operation Countermeasures to Reduce Air Pollution," State-of-the-Art Report, Arizona Department of Transportation, August 1987-November 1987, (Sponsor: $9,000).

1987-1988: Principal Investigator: "Development of Computerized Database for Hazardous Material Accident Reports," Arizona Department of Transportation, (Sponsor $9,960).

1986: Principal Investigator: "Safety Effect of Traffic Signal Installations," State-of-the-Art Report, Arizona Department of Transportation, September 1986-January 1987, (Sponsor: $7,500).

1986-1987: Principal Investigator: "Yucca Mountain Transportation Demand Assessment," Subcontract with Mountain West Research, Phoenix, Arizona, September 1986-June 1987 (Sponsor: $14,435), Co-P.I. (J. Zaniewski).

1986 -1987: Principal Investigator: "Arizona Freight Network Analysis," Arizona Department of Transportation, March 1986 to June 1987 (Sponsor: $140,000), Co-P.I. (J. Cochran, M. Farris).

1985: Co-Principal Investigator: "The Transportation of Hazardous Materials and Wastes in Arizona," Arizona Department of Transportation, January 1985 to August 1985 (Sponsor: $42,000), P.I. (D. Pijawka)

1984-1986: Principal Investigator: "Comparative Assessment of Computer Programs for Traffic Signal Planning, Design and Operations," Arizona Department of Transportation, September 1984 to March 1985 (Sponsor: $122,000), Co-P.I. (J. Matthias, S. Rajan).

1984-1985: Principal Investigator: "Automatic Passenger Counting System for Transit Buses," Virginia Department of Highway and Transportation, June 1984 to September 1985 (Sponsor: $50,000).

1983-1984: Principal Investigator: "Flood/Hurricane Evacuation Plan for the City of Virginia Beach," The City of Virginia Beach and the Virginia Office of Emergency and Energy Services, November 1983 to November 1984 (Sponsor: $38,000).

1983-1985: Co-Principal Investigator: "Transportation Actions to Reduce Evacuation Times Under Natural Disasters," National Science Foundation, January 1983 to January 1985 (Sponsor: $182,000).

1979-1981: Principal Investigator: "Bus Preemption System Justification at Urban Intersections," Initiation Grant, National Science Foundation, April 1979 to September 1981 (Sponsor: $31,000).

CONTINUING EDUCATION CONTRACTS:

CONFERENCES:

1996: Co-Director: "Fifth Executive Conference on Motor Vehicles and the Environment", Sponsored by the International Road Federation and held in Orlando in May 1996 (Sponsor: $14,000).

1995: Director: "Fourth Executive Conference on Motor Vehicles and the Environment", Sponsored by the International Road Federation and held in Orlando in May 1995 (Sponsor: $14,000).

1994: Director: "Third Executive Conference on Motor Vehicles and the Environment", Sponsored by the International Road Federation and held in Orlando in May 1994 (Sponsor: $14,000).

1993: Director: "Second Executive Conference on Motor Vehicles and the Environment", Sponsored by the International Road Federation and held in Orlando in May 1993 (Sponsor: $14,000).

1992: Director: "First Executive Conference on Motor Vehicles and the Environment", sponsored by the International Road Federation and held in Orlando in May 1992 (Sponsor $12,000).

1991: Director: "Air Quality in Urban Transportation". A workshop sponsored by the World Bank and held in December'91 in Washington, D.C. (Sponsor: $29,000).

1989: Director: "Third IRF Executive Conference on Road Management", International Road Federation, (Sponsor: $17,953), Co-PI (J. Zaniewski).

1988: Director: "Second Executive Conference on Road Management ", International Road Federation, (Sponsor: $15,000), Co-P.I. (J. Zaniewski).

1987: Co-Director: "First Executive Conference on Road Management ", International Road federation, (Sponsor: $11,000), Director (M. Betz).

WORKSHOPS:

1996: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing Workshops: PASSER II-90, TRANSYT- 7F, and TRAF-NETSIM", Center For Professional Development at UCF. Five day workshop. (Total Revenue: $ 26,000). March 1996.

1995 Director: " Geographic Information Systems", sponsored by the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission, Washington, D.C., December 1995 ( Sponsor $ 14,000)

1995: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing Workshops: PASSER II-90, TRANSYT- 7F, and TRAF-NETSIM", Oklahoma Department of Transportation, May/June/July 1995, (Sponsor: $ 26,000)

1995: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing in the 90's", Center For Professional Development at UCF. Five day workshop. ( Total Revenue of $ 27,000). March 1995.

1994: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing in the 90's", Center For Professional Development at UCF. Five day workshop. ( Total Revenue of $17,000). March 1994.

1993: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing in the 90's", Center For Professional Development at UCF. Three day workshop. ( Total Revenue of $15,000). August 1993.

1993: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing in the 90's", Center For Professional Development at UCF. Three day workshop. ( Total Revenue of $25,000). March 1993.

1992: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing in the 90's", Center For Professional Development at UCF. Three day workshop. ( Total Revenue of $12,000). August 1992.

1990: Director: " Traffic Signal Timing in the 90's", Center For Professional Development at ASU. Three day workshop. ( Total Revenue of $14,000). June 1990.

PUBLICATIONS

REFEREED ARTICLES

1. A. E. Radwan, A. Garib, and H. Al-Deek, "Investigating Crash and Non-Crash Motor Vehicle Fire Trends and Characteristics ", Accident Analysis and Prevention Journal, (forthcoming).

2. H. Al-Deek, A.E. Radwan, A. Mohammed, and J. Klodzinski, "Evaluating the Improvements of Traffic Operations at a Real-Life Toll Plaza With Electronic Toll Collection", ITS Journal, February 1996.


3. H. Al-Deek, S. Ishak, and A. E. Radwan, "Impact of Traffic Diversion with ATIS on

Traveler's Safety", Journals of Computers and Industrial Engineering, November , 1995.

4. A. E. Radwan, H. Al-Deek, H. Othman, M. Johnson, and S. Ishak, "Safety Criteria for Protective and/or Permissive Left Turn Phasing", Accident and Analysis and Prevention Journal, (forthcoming).

  1. A. Garib, A. E. Radawn, and H. Al-Deek, "Freeway Incident Delay and Duration

Predictions for Intelligent Transportation Systems", ITE Journal, November 1995.

6. H. Al-Deek, A. Garib, and A. E. Radwan, "A New Method for Estimating Freeway

Incident Congestion", Transportation Research Board, Record Number 1494, 1995.

7. H. Al-Deek, R. Wayson, and A. E. Radwan, "A Methodology for Evaluating ATIS Impacts on Air Quality", Journal of Transportation Engineering of ASCE, Vol. 121 No. 4, 1995.

8. M. Elahi, A. E. Radwan, and M. Goul, "Traffic Signal Using Mixed Controller Operations", Journal of Transportation Engineering of ASCE, Vol. 118, No. 6, Dec. 1992.

9. M. Rahman, A. E. Radwan, and J. Upchurch, "Modeling Spatial Impacts of Siting a NIMBY Facility", Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1359, 1992.

10. M.J. Poppe, A.E. Radwan, and J.S. Matthias, "Some Traffic Parameters for the Evaluation of the Single Point Diamond Interchange," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1303, 1991.

11. A.E. Radwan, F.S. Naguib, and J. Upchurch, "Assessment of the TEXAS Computer Model Using Field Data," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1320, 1991.

12. M. Elahi, A.E. Radwan, and M. Goul, "A Knowledge-Based System for Adaptive Traffic Signal Control," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1324, 1991.

13. Abkowitz, Alford, Boghani, Cashwell, Radwan, and Rothberg, "State and Local Issues in Transportation of Hazardous Materials: Toward a National Strategy", Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1313, 1991.

14. A.E. Radwan, S. Singh, and K.D. Pijawka, "Projections of Hazardous Materials and Wastes Transportation: Conceptual and Methodological Factors and Application", Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1264, 1991.

15. N. Parker, and A. E. Radwan, "Maintenance Management Technology Training Through Case Study Approach", Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1291, 1991.

16. A.E. Radwan, and R. Hutton, "Evaluation Tools of Urban Interchange Design and Operations", Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1280, 1991.

17. N. Rouphail, and A. E. Radwan, "Simultaneous Optimization of Signal Setting and Left Turn Treatments", Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1287, 1991.

18. M. Rahman and A. E. Radwan, "Arizona Freight Network Evaluation Using A Decision Support System." Journal of Transportation Engineering of ASCE, Vol. 116, No. 2, March 1990.

19. M. Abkowitz, G. List, and E. Radwan, "Critical Issues in the Safe Transport of Hazardous Materials," Journal of Transportation Engineering of ASCE, Vol. 115, No. 6, Nov. 1989.

20. T. O'Leary, M. Goul, K. Moffit, and E. Radwan, "Validating Expert Systems: A Case History of Paradigm," IEEE Expert Journal, Vol. 5, No. 3, June 1990.

21. A. E. Radwan, M. Goul, T. O'Leary and K. Moffit, "An Independent Verification Approach to Traffic Engineering Knowledge-Based System Development," Transportation Research, Vol. 23A, No. 4, 1989.

22. C. T. Joseph, A. E. Radwan, and N. M. Rouphail, "Work Zone Analysis Model for the Signalized Arterial," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1194, 1989.

23. A. E. Radwan, J. K. Cochran, and Martin T. Farris, "A Decision Support System for Freight Transportation in Arizona," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1179, 1989.

24. A. E. Radwan, M. Rahman, and S. A. Kalevela, "Freight Flow and Attitudinal Survey for Arizona," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1179, 1989.

25. Martin T. Farris, and A. E. Radwan, "The ASU Tram: A Campus Transportation Alternative." Transportation Quarterly Journal, Vol. 43, No. 1, January 1989.

26. S. A. Kalevela and A. E. Radwan, "Transportation of Hazardous Materials on Arizona's Low Volume Roads," Transportation Planning and Technology Journal, Vol. 12, 1988.

27. A. Sadegh, A. E. Radwan, and N. M. Rouphail, "ARTWORK: A Simulation Model of Work Zones on Urban Arterial," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1163, 1988.

28. S. A. Kalevela, and A. E. Radwan, "International Issues of Transporting Hazardous Materials," Transportation Quarterly, Vol. 42, No. 1, January 1988.

29. J. S. Matthias, A. E. Radwan, and A. Sadegh, "Comparison of Computer Programs for Isolated Signalized Intersection," Special Issue on Microcomputers in Transportation, Journal of Transportation Engineering of ASCE, Vol. 113, No. 4, July 1987.

30. A. Sadegh, and A. E. Radwan, "A Comparative Assessment of Delay Models," Journal of Transportation Engineering of ASCE, Vol. 114, No. 2, March 1988.

31. A. Sadegh, A. E. Radwan, and J. S. Matthias, "A Comparison of Arterial and Network Software Programs, Institute of Transportation Engineering Journal, Vol. 57, No. 8, August 1987.

32. A. E. Radwan, and K. D. Pijawka, "The Economics of Transporting Solid Wastes," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1074, 1986.

33. A. E. Radwan, K. D. Pijawka, A. Soesilo, and F. Y. Shieh, "Transportation of Hazardous Wastes in Arizona," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1063, 1986.

34. A. E. Radwan, A. G. Hobeika, and D. Sivasailam, "A Computer Simulation Model for Rural Network Evacuation Under Natural Disasters," Institute of Transportation Engineers Journal, Vol. 55, No. 9, September 1985.

35. A. E. Radwan, and S. Kalevela, "Investigation of the Effect of Change in Vehicular Characteristics on Highway Capacity and Level of Service," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1005, 1985.

36. A. E. Radwan, and K. P. Hwang, "Preferential Control Warrants for Light Rail Transit Movements," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 1010, 1985.

37. F. Legere and A. E. Radwan, "Automated Collection of Vehicle Delay Data at Intersections," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 971, 1984.

38. A. E. Radwan, "Coal Train Movements Through the City of Wilmington: Emergency Vehicle Service Impacts," Civil Engineering for Practicing & Design Engineers, an International Journal, Vol. 2, No. 6, January 1984.

39. A. E. Radwan and L. D. Alexander, "Coal Train Movements Impacts on Street Traffic Flows: A Case Study," Transportation Research Board , Record No. 917, January 1984.

40. A. E. Radwan and M. Moradi, "Evaluation of a Parking Design Strategy for the New Fleet Mix," Institute of Transportation Engineers Journal, Vol. 53, No.4, April 1983.

41. D. A. Benevelli, A. E. Radwan and J. W. Hurley, "Evaluation of a Bus Preemption Strategy Using Computer Simulation," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 906, 1983.

42. A. C. Kellie, A. E. Radwan and D. R. Houck, "Location of Railroad Boundaries," Journal of the Surveying and Mapping of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 109, No. 1, March 1983.

43. A. E. Radwan and J. W. Hurley, "A Macroscopic Traffic Delay Model of Bus Preemption," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 881, 1982.

44. A. E. Radwan and D. A. Benevelli, "Evaluation of a Bus Priority Strategy: Justification and Environmental Aspects," Transportation Engineering Journal of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 109, No. 1, January 1983.

45. A. E. Radwan and J. W. Hurley, "Analytical Model of Bus Preemption Signal System: A Macroscopic Approach," Transportation Quarterly, An Independent Journal for Better Transportation, January 1982.

46. J. W. Hurley and A. E. Radwan, "Traffic Flow Simulation: User Experience in Research", Transportation Research Board, Special Report, No. 194, 1981.

47. J. W. Hurley, A. E. Radwan and D. A. Benevelli, "Sensitivity of Fuel Consumption and Delay Values from Traffic Simulation," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 795, 1981.

48. A. E. Radwan and K. C. Sinha, "Evaluation of Design and Operational Countermeasures to Improve Safety at Multi-Lane Rural Intersections, Transportation Research Board, Record No. 773, 1980.

49. A. E. Radwan and K. C. Sinha, "Gap Acceptance and Delay at Stop Controlled Intersections on Multi-Lane Divided Highways," Institute of Transportation Engineers Journal, March 1980.

50. A. E. Radwan, K. C. Sinha and H. L. Michael, "Guidelines for Traffic Controls at Isolated Intersections on High Speed Rural Highways," Transportation Research Board, Record No. 737, 1980.

51. A. E. Radwan and K. C. Sinha, "Effect of the National Speed Limit on the Severity and Cost of Heavy Truck Accidents," Transportation Quarterly, An Independent Journal for Better Transportation, April 1978.

NON-REFEREED ARTICLES

K. D. Pijawka and A. E. Radwan, "The Transportation of Hazardous Materials: Risk Assessment and Hazard Management," Journal of Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Vol. 5, No. 5, September/October 1985.

A. E. Radwan, "Microcomputer: What They Can Do For You," Arizona Roads Newsletter, Technology Transfer Program Publication, Vol. 1, No. 2, March, 1985.

A. E. Radwan, "Microcomputer Applications to Rural Transportation," Arizona Roads Newsletter, Technology Transfer Program Publication, Vol. 1, No. 2, March, 1985.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. A. E. Radawan, M. Zarrillo, and H. Al-Deek, "Application of Queuing Models to an

Electronic Toll Collection and Traffic Management System", ICC & IE-96 Conference held in Kyongju, Korea, October 1996.

2. A. E. Radwan, " Environmental Engineering Curriculum: Past, Present, and Future", World '95 Environmental Congress, London, Ontario, Canada, September, 1995.

3. H. Al-Deek, and A. E. Radwan, " A Framework for Evaluating Level of Service at Electronic Toll Collection Plazas", 1995 ASCE Annual Convention, Transportation Congress, San Diego, CA, 1995.

4. A. E. Radwan and H. Al-Deek, "A conceptual Framework for Evaluating Toll facilities capacity", the 8th Road Engineering Association of Asia and Australasia (REAAA) Conference, Taipei, China, April 1995.

5. A. E. Radwan, "Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems: TRAVTEK Demonstration Project", Al-Azhar Engineering Third International Conference, Cairo, Egypt, December, 1993.

6. H. Al-Deek, S. Ishak, and A. E. Radwan, "The Poteb\ntial Impact of Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) on Accident Rates in An Urban Transportation network", Fourth Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems International Conference (VNIS 93), Ottawa, Canada, 1993.

7. A. E. Radwan and H. M. Al-Deek, "A Framework for ATIS Safety", ASCE Pacific Rim Conference held in Seattle, Washington, August, 1993.

8. H. M. Al-Deek, R. L. Wayson, and A. E. Radwan, "Evaluating ATIS Impacts on Air Quality", ASCE Specialty Conference on Transportation Planning and Air Quality, Danvers, Massachusetts, May, 1993.

9. A. E. Radwan and K.D. Pijawka, "Hazardous Waste Disposal Sites - Risk Issues," ASCE Specialty Conference on Transportation of Hazardous Materials, St. Louis, MO, 1990.

10. A.E. Radwan, M. Elahi, and M. Goul, "Knowledge Based Systems Application for Traffic Signal Control," OECD Workshop on Knowledge-Based Expert Systems in Transportation, ESP00, Finland, 1990.

11. A. E. Radwan, and J. Fields, "Developing an Incident Reporting Program For Hazardous Materials: Arizona's Experience," Institute of Transportation Engineers 59th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, September, 1989.

12. A. Sadegh and A. E. Radwan, "ARTWORK: A Simulation Model of Urban Arterial Work Zones," Third International Conference on Microcomputers in Transportation, Sponsored by ASCE, San Francisco, CA, June 1989.

13. A. E. Radwan and F. Naguib, "A Computerized Hazardous Material Incidents Database," Third International Conference on Microcomputers in Transportation, sponsored by ASCE, San Francisco, CA, June 1989.

14. A. E. Radwan and M. Goul, "Knowledge-Based System Development in Real-Time Traffic Control," First International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation Engineering, Sponsored by ASCE, San Diego, CA, February 1989.

15. A. E. Radwan and A. Sadegh, "Assessment of HCM Signal Software," District 6 Annual Meeting, ITE, Reno, Nevada, July 1987.

16. A. E. Radwan and K. D. Pijawka, "A Data Base System for Hazardous Materials Transportation," North American Conference on Microcomputers in Transportation, sponsored by ASCE, Boston, MA, July 1987.

17. M. Goul, T. O'Leary and A. E. Radwan, "Expert Systems for Traffic Signal Control," North American Conference on Microcomputers in Transportation, sponsored by ASCE, Boston, MA, July 1987.

18. A. E. Radwan, J. Cochran and M. Farris, "Arizona Freight Network Analysis," A Research Seminar arranged by OECD in Gothenburg, Sweden, June 1987.

19. K. Moffitt, M. Goul, T. O'Leary and A. E. Radwan, "Validating Expert Systems, Paper published in the 1987 proceedings of the Western Division Science Institute, 1987.

20. A. E. Radwan and S. A. Kalevela, "Transportation of Hazardous Materials: An International Problem," Sixth IRF African Highway Conference, Cairo, Egypt, September 1986.

21. J. S. Matthias and A. E. Radwan, "Historical Development of Highway Capacity," District 6 - District 7 joint Annual Meeting, ITE, Vancouver, Canada, July 1986.

22. A. E. Radwan and K. D. Pijawka, "The Transportation of Hazardous Materials in Arizona," 14th Summer Annual Meeting of PTRC, University of Sussex, Brighton, England, July 1986.

23. A. G. Hobeika, A. E. Radwan and K. Hwang, "A Model for Evacuation of Transportation Networks," Proceedings of the National Conference on Microcomputers in Urban Transportation held in San Diego, CA, June 1985.

24. A. E. Radwan and A. Sadegh, "Assessment of Software for Traffic Signal Analysis," Proceedings of the National Conference on Microcomputers in Urban Transportation held in San Diego, CA, June 1985.

25. A. E. Radwan and K. B. Rojiani, "A Microcomputer Model for Estimating Transit Vehicle Delays," Proceedings of the 1st National Conference on Microcomputers in Civil Engineering, November 1983.

26. A. E. Radwan and M. Moradi, "Evaluation of a Parking Design Strategy for the New Fleet Mix," Institute of Transportation Engineers, 52nd Annual Meeting, Compendium of Technical Papers, August 1982.

27. A. E. Radwan and D. A. Benevelli, "Evaluation of the Effect of Different Optimization Schemes on Signal Settings for Open Urban Networks," Eleventh Annual Modeling and Simulation Conference Proceedings, Vol. II, Part 3, 1980.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

  1. S. S. Kuo, A. E. Radwan, and D. M. Gassaway, "Performance Testing and Analysis

of Recycled and Non-Recycled Additives in Asphalt Pavements: Microsurfacing &

Rubberized Asphalt", submitted to NASA/KSC, August 1996.

  1. A. E. Radwan, et al, " Safety Criteria For Protective and/or Permissive Left Turn

Phasing", prepared for the Florida Department of Transportation, May 1995.

3. A. E. Radwan, et al, " Ridership - Income Correlation Study", prepared for the

Orlando/Orange County Expressway Authority, October 1994.

4. A. E. Radwan, et al, "Motor Vehicle Fires: Trends and Characteristics", prepared for AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, May, 1993.

5. A. E. Radwan, G. Walker, "Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety", prepared for Florida Department of Transportation, 1993.

6. A. E. Radwan, et al, "Characteristics of Incidents and Accidents Involving the Transportation of Hazardous Substances", prepared for Gulf Coast Hazardous Substances Research Center, May 1992.

7. A.E. Radwan, "Evaluation Tools of Urban Interchange Design and Operation," State-of-the-Art report prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, January 1990.

8. E.T. Eure and A.E. Radwan, "Effect of Right-Turning Vehicles on Traffic Signal Volume Warrants," Final Report prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, August 1990.

9. A.E. Radwan, and H. Mushtaq "Hazardous Materials Incident Reporting System", Final Report, prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, January 1990.

10. A.E. Radwan, and S. Singh, "Analysis of Median Lighting," State-of-the-art report prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, December 1988.

11. A.E. Radwan, F. Naguib, and J. Fields, "Developing a Database and Accident Report Computer Information Management Program for Hazardous Materials," Final Report prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, July 1988.

12. A.E. Radwan, J.E. Upchurch, "Effect of Right Turning Vehicles on Traffic Signal Volume Warrants," State-of-the-Art report prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, November 1987.

13. A.E. Radwan, J. Cochran, and M. Farris, "Arizona Freight Network Analysis: Executive Summary," Transportation Planning Division, Arizona Department of Transportation, June 1987.

14. A.E. Radwan, J. Cochran, S. Kalevela, M. Rahman, L. Lin, M. Chen, and M. Farris," Arizona Freight network Analysis: Volume I: Freight Flow Information," Transportation Planning Division, Arizona Department of Transportation, June 1987.

15. A.E. Radwan, et al., "Arizona Freight Network Analysis: Volume II: Freight Network Simulation Planning Model," Transportation Planning division, Arizona Department of Transportation, June 1987.

16. A.E. Radwan, et al., "Arizona Freight Network Analysis: Volume III: AFNA Decision Support System User's Guide," Transportation Planning Division, Arizona Department of Transportation, June, 1987.

17. M. Goul, K. Moffitt, T. O'Leary, and A.E. Radwan," The Art of Validating Expert Systems: The Project SCII Experience," Technical Report #87-2 submitted to the Decision Systems Research Center, College of Business, Arizona Sate University, February 1987.

18. A.E. Radwan and J.P. Zaniewski, "Special Transportation Infrastructure and Potential Impacts for Proposed Yucca Mountain Site," Final Report prepared for Yucca Mountain Socioeconomic Research Project, Mountain West (Prime Contractor), June 1987.

19. A.E. Radwan, "Safety Effect of Traffic Signal Installations," State-of-the-art report prepared for Arizona Transportation Research Center, Arizona Department of Transportation, February 1987.

20. A.E. Radwan, "Evaluation of Traffic Operation Countermeasurers to Reduce Air Pollution," State-of-the-Art report prepared for Arizona Transportation Research Center, Arizona Department of Transportation, November, 1987.

21. A.E. Radwan, A. Sadegh, J. Matthias, and S. Rajan, "Comparative Assessment of Computer Programs for Traffic Signal Planning, Design, and Operations," Final Report, prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, September 1985.

22. D. Pijawka, and A.E. Radwan, "Transportation of Hazardous Materials in Arizona," Final Report, prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, Project Number HPR-PL-1(27), September 1986.

23. J. Lindholm, and A.E. Radwan, "Visual Processing and Driving Safety," Draft Final Report, prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation, August 1985.

24. A.G. Hobeika, A.E. Radwan, B. Jamei, and D. Sivasailam," Transportation Actions to Reduce Highway Evacuation Times Under Natural Disasters," Volume I (Main Report) Department of Civil Engineering, Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, Virginia, August 1985.

25. A.G. Hobeika, et al. "Transportation Actions to Reduce Highway Evacuation Times Under Natural Disasters," Volume II (Technical Appendices), Department of Civil Engineering, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, VA, August 1985.

26. A. G. Hobeika, A.E. Radwan, and B. Jamei, "Virginia Beach Hurricane/Flood Transportation Evacuation Study," Volume I (Main Report) Prepared for the Office of Emergency Services, City of Virginia Beach, WVA, January 1985.

27. A.G. Hobeika, A.E. Radwan, and B. Jamei, "Virginia Beach Hurricane/Flood Transportation Evacuation Study," Volume II (MASSVAC User Guide) prepared for the Office of Emergency Services, City of Virginia Beach, VA, January 1985.

28. A.E. Radwan and L. Alexander, "Coal Train Movement Through the City of Wilmington," Anderson and Associates, Inc., Blacksburg, Virginia, August 1982.

29. "Bus Preemption System Justification at Urban Intersections," Final Report, NSF Research Initiation Grant No. ENG 79-08105, VPI&SU, July 1981.

30. A.E. Radwan, K.C. Sinha, and H.L. Michael, "Development and Use of a Computer Simulation Model for the Evaluation of Design and Control Alternatives for Intersections of Minor Roads with Multi-Lane Alternatives for Intersections of Minor Roads with Multi-Lane Rural Highways: Selection of the Simulation Model," Joint Highway Research Project, Final Report, JHRP-79-8, 1979.

31. A.E. Radwan, K.C. Sinha, and H.L. Michael, "Development and Use of a Computer Simulation Model for the Evaluation of Design and Control Alternatives for Intersections of Minor Roads with Multi-Lane Rural Highways: Field Studies of Model Validation," Joint Highway Research Project, Final Report, JHRP-79-9, 1979.

32. A.E. Radwan, K.C. Sinha, and H.L. Michael, "Development and Use of a Computer Simulation Model for the Evaluation of Design and Control Alternatives for Intersections of Minor Road with Multi-Lane Rural Highways: Model Application," Joint Highway Research Project, Final Report, JHRP-79-10, 1979.

33. A.E. Radwan, "Characteristics of Heavy Truck Accidents," Joint Highway Research Project, Final Report, JHRP-76-18, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1976.

PRESENTATIONS

  1. Invited Speaker, All Expenses Paid:

  1. "Two Computer Software for Signal System Progression", A workshop offered for participents of the 1996 Traffic and Safety Conference held at Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania, December 9-11, 1996.

  1. "Environmental Aspects of Traffic Congestion", paper presented at the Congress of Executives for Transportation held in Monterrey, Mexico, October 1996.

  1. "Motor Vehicles and the Environment", PRO-ECO Environmental Congress held in Monterrey, Mexico, May 7-9, 1996.

  1. "Impact of the Economic and Industrial World Order on Environment", United

Nations Environmental Protection's Journalists Training Course, Abu Dhabi,

United Arab Emirates, December 10-14, 1995.

  1. "Mobile Sources Air Pollution: A Global Perspective", Second Congress of the Network of Arab Scientists and Technologists Abroad (ASTA) held in Amman, Jordan, August 1994.

  1. "Ninth Executive Conference on Road Management", November 1995, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

  1. "Eighth Executive Conference on Road Management", November 1994, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

  1. "Seventh Executive Conference on Road Management", November 1993, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

  1. "Sixth Executive Conference on Road Management", November 1992 Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

  1. "Fifth Executive Conference on Road Management", November 1991, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.


  1. Conferences and Professional Meetings:

  1. "Application of Queuing Models to an Electronic Toll Collection and Traffic Management System", ICC & IE-96 Conference held in Kyongju, Korea, October 1996.

  1. " The EPASS Experience in Orlando, Florida", a paper delivered at the Civil Engineering Department in Santa Maria University, Santa Maria, Chile, April 1996.

  1. " Civil Engineering Curriculum in the US", presented at the Santa Maria University branch in Ecuador, April 1996.

4. "Environmental Engineering Curriculum: Past, Present, and Future", World

Environmental Congress, the London Convention Centre, London, Ontario, Canada,

September 1995.

5. "The Civil Engineering Curriculum Evolution at UCF", presented at the East Central Branch Meeting of ASCE, March, 1995.

6. "A Framework for ATIS Safety Evaluation", Third ASCE International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation held in

Seattle, Washington, July 1993.

7. "State and Local Issues in Transportation of Hazardous Materials: Toward A National Strategy," paper presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 1991.

8. "Hazardous Waste Disposal Sites - Risk Issues", paper presented at the ASCE Specialty Conference on Transportation of Hazardous Materials, St. Louis, MO, 1990.

9. "Evaluation Tools of Urban Interchange Design and Operations", paper presented at the 69th Annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January, 1990.

10. "Freight Flow and Attitudinal Survey for Arizona," paper presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1988.

11. "The Economics of Transporting Solid Wastes," paper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1986.

12. "Transportation of Hazardous Wastes in Arizona," paper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1986.

13. "Preferential Control Warrants for Light Rail Transit Movements," paper presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1985.

14. "Investigation of the Effect of Change in Vehicular Characteristics on Highway Capacity and Level of Service," paper presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1985.

15. "Coal Train Conflicts in Urban Areas," presented at the Seasonal Meeting of Virginia Section Institute of Transportation Engineers, Syria, Virginia, October 1983.

16. "Evaluation of a Bus Preemption Strategy Using Computer Simulation," paper presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1983.

17. "Coal Train Movement Impacts on Street Traffic Flows: A Case Study," paper presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1983.

18. "A Macroscopic Traffic Delay Model of Bus Signal Preemption," paper presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1982.

19. "Evaluation of a Parking Design Strategy for the New Fleet Mix," paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Chicago, Illinois, August 1982.

20. "Bus Preemption Signal System at Urban Intersections," paper presented at the Transportation and Energy Conservation Workshop held at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, August 1981.

21. "Evaluation of Design and Operational Countermeasures to Improve Safety at Multi-Lane Rural Intersections, "paper presented at Committee A3A02 of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1980.

22. "Guidelines for Traffic Control at Isolated Intersections on High Speed Rural Highways," paper presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1979.

23. "Characteristics of Highway Truck Accidents," District III - Technical Meeting of the Institutie of Transportation Engineers, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, October 1976.

COURSES DEVELOPED AND TAUGHT AT UCF, ASU & VPI

Developed, for the first time, and taught a computer Application in Transportation Engineering Course at ASU and a Railroad Engineering and Planning Course at VPI.

Organized and Taught the following courses during my Academic Career:

Introduction to Engineering Methods

Introduction to Transportation Engineering

Planning of Transportation Facilities

Geometric Design of Highways

Traffic Engineering Characteristics

Traffic Operation and Control

Highway Safety Engineering

Analysis and Planning of Mass Transit Systems




THESIS AND DISSERTATIONS SUPERVISION (as a chairman)

Ph.d. Advisement

Name Dissertation Title Graduation Date

Marguerite Zarrillo Analytical Queuing Models for December, 1997

Electronic Toll Collection Facilities

Don Jacobovitz " Undecided" December, 1997

Wellington Figueiredo Environmental Evaluation of December, 1995

Proposed Highway Section Using GIS

Jin San Lee Traffic Assignment Modeling May, 1996

For Air Quality Analysis

Atef Garib Microscopic Modeling for May, 1995

Freeway Incident Congestion

Sylvester Kalevela An Analysis of Implementing May, 1991

Arterial Signal Progression

Through A Diamond Interchange

Mushtaqur Rahman Optimum Location of Solid May, 1991

Waste Transfer Stations

Manzur Elahi Signal Control Strategies May, 1990

Using Expert Systems

Ahmad Sadegh A Simulation Model of Work December, 1988

Zone on Urban Arterials

Bahram Jamei Transportation Actions to December, 1984

Reduce Highway Evacuation

Times Under Natural Disaster

M.S. Advisement

Name Thesis Title Graduation Date

Habib Mostapha "Undecided" December, 1997

Habib Othman Left Turn conflicts study at May, 1995

Signalized Intersections

Wade Walker Relationships Between Exposure and May 1994

the Occurrence of Motor Vehicle/Bicycle

Accidents in Florida

Pramod Choudhary Analysis and Validation of Macroscopic December 1993

Delay Models for Application on the

Orlando CBD Area.

Veronica Alaff Left Turn Accident Characteristics at December 1993

Signalized Intersections.

Hazem El-Assar TRAF-NETSIM: Validity to Simulate August, 1990

Isolated Signalized Interactions

S. Reddy Application of GIS for Urban Street August, 1990

System

Mark Poppe Urban Diamond Interchange Design August, 1990

and Operation

Todd Eure Evaluation of the Effect of Right Turns August, 1990

on Delay at Two-Way Stop Sign Controlled

Intersections

Farid Naguib Validation of the TEXAS Simulation August, 1989

Model Using Field Data

Sanjay Singh Projections of Hazardous Materials and May, 1989

Wastes Transportation and Risk Assessment

on Major Routes in Arizona

Mushtaqur Rahman Database Information System and December, 1987

Forecasting Scenarios for Freight

Transportation in Arizona

Thomas Joseph Model for the Analysis of Work Zones in September, 1987

Arterials

Daivamani Simulation Model for Rural Highway May, 1984

Sivasailam Network Evacuation Under Natural

Disasters

Sylvester Kalevela Investigation of the Effect of Changes January, 1984

in Vehicular Characteristics on Highway

Capacity and Level of Service

Jay Legere Automated Collection of Vehicular Delay June, 1983

Data at Intersections

David Benevelli Bus Preemption Justifications at Urban July, 1981

Intersections


MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

National and State Professional Committees:

1) Florida Engineering Society:

Member of the Advisory Board and Florida Governor for NSPE

Chair of the Florida Engineering in Education Practice Section (1995-1997)

2) Transportation Research Board

University Representative for UCF

Committee Memberships:

-A3A11 Traffic Flow Theory (1985-1994)

-A3A02 Traffic Control Devices (1988-1994)

-A2H01 Applications of Emerging Technology (1990-1995)

3) Institute of Transportation Engineers:

Member of Committee 6Y-37:

Light Rail Transit Traffic Engineering

4) American Society of Civil Engineers:

Member of the UTD/Executive Committee (1996-1999)

Chairman, Task Committee on Human Powered Transportation (1993-1994).

Chairman, Task committee on Design and Operation of Urban Facilities (1989-1993)

Member, Microcomputer Applications in Transportation Committee (1985-1989)

Member, Publication Committee (1986-1990)

Member, Hazardous Material Transportation Committee (1988-1992)

News Correspondent of the Urban Transportation Division (1988-1990)

Local Professional Committees:

Florida Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers: Member of the Transportation Committee (1990-1993).

Arizona Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers: Member of the Carrier Recruitment Committee (1988-1990)

  1. American Society of Engineering Education

UCF COMMITTEE SERVICE

Member of the search committee for the UCF Parking Director (1996)

Member of the search committee for the VP of Administration (1995)

UCF Strategic Planning External Forces Task Chair (1995-1996)

Faculty Salary Compression (1994-1995)

President of the Council of Chairs (1994-1995)

UCF Master Plan (1994-1995)

Library Advisory Committee (1994-1995)

Chaired the search committee for the VP of Research and Graduate Studies (1993)

ASU COMMITTEE SERVICE

Member, ASU Faculty Senate (1989-1991)

Member, College of Engineering Computer Software Development Committee (1989- Present)

Co-Chair, CE Department "Strategic Planning" Committee (1989-1990)

Member, Search Committee for a CE Department Chair (1988-1989)

Member, CE Department Office Committee (1988-1989)

Member, CE Department Microcomputer Committee (1986-1988)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC SERVICES

Member of Professional Societies

Supporting Member of the Transportation Research Board since 1975

Member of the Arizona Society of Civil Engineers since 1978

Member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers since 1975

Member of the Arizona Section of Institute of Transportation Engineers (1984-1990)

Member of the Florida Section of Institute of Transportation Engineers since 1990

Member of Florida Engineering Society since 1993.

Conference Activities:

Served on the organizing committee of three international conferences on microcomputer applications in transportation sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers. In addition, conducted the following activities in association with these conferences:

Served as a session moderator for one session at the first conference (San Diego, 1985), two sessions at the second conference (Boston, 1987), and three sessions at the third conference (San Francisco, 1989).

Organized a session on the application of the Highway Design Model (HDM III) computer program developed by the World Bank.

Served on the Organizing Committee of a national conference on the transportation of hazardous material to be held in St. Louis, May, 1990.

Panel Reviews:

- Served on a panel to review proposals submitted for the Oakridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), 1991, 1993, and 1995.

- Served on the National Cooperative Research Program (NCHRP) panel in 1993.

Journal Referee Services:

Reviewed over 50 refereed papers submitted to the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Transportation Research Board.

Reviewed a textbook on "Traffic and Highway Engineering," published by West Publishing Company. The review was published in the Bibliographic section of the Transportation Science Journal, Vol. 23, Number 1, February, 1989.

Short Course Development and Instructions:

Organized and lectured in three, two-day workshops on Traffic Signal Timing

Using different computer software (TRANSYT, PASSER, NETSIM, and TEAPAC), Sponsored by the Oklahoma Deprtment of Transportation, June-August, 1995.

Organized and lectured in a three day short course on "Traffic Signal Timing in the 90's" offered at Arizona State University once, and seven times at University of Central Florida.

Organized and directed the First, Second, Third, and Fourth Executive Conference on Motor Vehicles and the Environment held in Orlando, Florida May 1992, 1993, 994, and 1995.

Organized and lectured in a three day short course on "Air Quality in Urban Transportation" sponsored by the World Bank in Washington, D.C., December 1991.

Organized and lectured in two work zone safety workshops as a part of the Technology Transfer Program at Arizona State University (1988).

Organized and lectured in twelve Microcomputer Workshops as a part of the Technology Transfer Program at Arizona State University (1984-Present)

Taught the Transportation Section of the P.E. refresher course at ASU and UCF.

Other Activities:

Attended a one-day training session on "First on the scene for hazardous material incidents," sponsored by Arizona Division of Emergency Services held in Flagstaff, August 1989.

Invited by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to attend their annual meeting on the Dioxin Pilot Study held in West Berlin, Germany, April, 1988.

Invited by the Egyptian Government to assist the Egyptian Department of Transportation with developing a National Transportation Information System, December 1987.

Served as an editor of the Civil Engineering Department Newsletter, at ASU(1987 and 1988).

Contributed to the Arizona Town Hall Report on Air Quality, (1988).

Served as a coordinator in the Fourth and Fifth Executive Conference on Road Management, Sponsored by the Internal Road Federation held in Phoenix in 1990, and 1991.

Directed the Second and Third Executive Conference on the Management of Road Maintenance sponsored by the International Road Federation, Washington, D.C., and held in Phoenix (1988, 1989), and co-directed the first conference held in Phoenix in 1987.

Delivered a talk about microcomputer applications in transportation to the Arizona County Engineers meeting in Sierra Vista, September, 1985.

Attended a two-day training session on "Safety Features for Local Roads and Streets," sponsored by the National Highway Institute (Federal Highway Administration), December, 1985.

Served as a member of the VPI Traffic Committee and Subcommittee Chairman for Campus Parking (1981-1984).

Served as a Faculty Advisor for the Student Chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers at VPI (1980-1984).

Served as a Member of the Technical Committee, Virginia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (1982-1984).

Past Chairman of the Transportation Committee, Blacksburg of the Eighties (BITE) (1981-1982), Committee's major task was to establish a transit system for the town of Blacksburg, Virginia.

CONSULTING ACTIVITIES

-- Traffic Expert Witness for several law firms in the Orlando area.

-- Saudi Arabia Cultural Attache in Washington, D.C.

-- United Nations Development Program (UNDP/UN):

Conducted an indepth evaluation of the Institutional building process of the Ministry of Communication, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, November 1993.

-- Westinghouse Electric Corporation/Electronic Systems Group in Baltimore, Maryland. Developed an educational program and delivered a three day seminar on Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems potential for retraining of electrical and system engineers, Jane 1993.

-- International Road Federation: Served as a coordinator in the second, third, fourth fifth, sixth, and seventh Executive Conference on Road Management, held in Phoenix, Arizona (1988-1994).

-- American Engineering Company: Conducted a traffic capacity analysis for a proposed development in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, November, 1989.

-- Transfer of Knowhow Through Expatriate Nationals (TOKTEN) program, U.N., Cairo, Egypt. Assisted the Egyptian Department of Transportation in developing a National Transportation Information System. This system will serve as an aid for decision makers and transportation planners to develop short term transportation plans and policies at the national level in Egypt, December 1987.

-- Mountain West Research, Phoenix, Arizona. Conduct a transportation risk assessment of hazardous waste to a proposed site in Pima County, Arizona. A study sponsored by Arizona Department of Health Services. April 1987.

-- Mountain West Research, Phoenix, Arizona. Assess the theoretical background and the applicability of RADTRAN III model to conduct the risk of transporting nuclear spent fuel to the proposed Yucca Mountain site. A study sponsored by the state of Nevada. October 1986 - May 1987.

-- Decision Systems Research Center, College of Business, Arizona State University. Develop and evaluate a Knowledge Based Expert System for Signalized Control at Isolated Intersections (SCII). July 1986 - July 1987.

-- ENSCO (Environmental Systems Company), Maricopa, Arizona. Developed a computerized database marketing system for hazardous waste shipments in Arizona. This marketing tool is used to evaluate anticipated shipments to a proposed dump site in Pima County, Arizona. May 1986.

-- Dames and Moore, Phoenix, Arizona. Assessed the economics of transporting solid wastes to transfer stations and landfill sites in Maricopa County, Arizona. March - May 1985.

-- Department of Psychology, Arizona State University. Developed relationships between traffic operation and drivers reaction times due to varying visual processes. Project sponsored by Arizona Department of Transportation (supplemented pay through ASU). October - December 1984.

-- Anderson and Associates, Blacksburg, Virginia. Conducted an impact analysis for coal train traffic on street traffic performance in Wilmington, North Carolina. January - July 1982.

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