Neda Masoud

University of Michigan

nmasoud@umich.edu

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Biography

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering – University of Michigan

Dr. Masoud holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering and a Master’s of Science degree in Physics. She received her Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California Irvine in 2016. Her research focuses on devising operational and planning tools to facilitate the transition to the next generation of mobility systems, which are envisioned to be connected, automated, electrified, and shared.

Their Research

Design and Operation of Efficient and Budget-Balanced Shared-Use Mobility Systems
Principal Investigator:
Neda Masoud
Research Thrusts: Modeling & Implementation
Enhancing Network Equilibrium Models for Capturing Emerging Shared-Use Mobility Services
Principal Investigator:
Neda Masoud & Yafeng Yin
Research Thrusts: Modeling & Implementation
Promoting Inclusive Design and Deployment of Connected and Automated Vehicles for Older Adults Through Education and Training of Engineering Students and Older Drivers
Principal Investigator:
Lisa Molnar, Neda Masoud, David W. Eby, Carol Flannagan, & Ping Yi
Research Thrusts: Control & Operations, Enabling Technology, Human Factors
Road-side Based Cybersecurity in Connected and Automated Vehicle Systems
Principal Investigator:
Neda Masoud & Henry Liu
Research Thrusts: Control & Operations, Enabling Technology, Modeling & Implementation