FY 2019-2020 MTI Seed Grant

The MTI FYI 2019-2020 Seed Grant is now live. 

 

FY 2018-2019 MTI Seed Grant Awardees

PIs and CoPIs
Proposal
Colleges
John Dickerson, Ilya Ryzhov and Aravind Srinivasan
Deep Reinforcement Learning for Rideshare Dispatch
College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences & Robert H. Smith School of Business
Cinzia Cirillo, Partha Lahiri
Bayesian Data Science Methodology for Transportation Statistics at Granular Levels
A. James Clark School of Engineering, College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences
Sevgi Erdogan, Cinzia Cirillo and Vanessa Frias-Martinez
A Multi-Agent Land-Use and Transportation Model Suite for Baltimore-Washington Region as a Future
School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, A. James Clark School of Engineering & College of Information Studies
Chenfeng Xiong, Jennifer Roberts
Using Integrated Health Measures and Incentives Technology to Improve Transportation and Advance Public Health by Influencing Travel Behavior
A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland School of Public Health
Thomas Jacobs, Gerrit Knaap
Feasibility Assessment of Object Detection and Communication Systems for Connected Vehicle Applications
A. James Clark School of Engineering, School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation
Kathleen Stewart, Chenfeng Xiong
Fusing social media data with big mobile device data as a new foundation for travel behavior analysis
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, A. James Clark School of Engineering

 


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