Student Poster Competition

2021 Student Poster Competition at the CCAT Global Symposium

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The Student Poster Competition returns this April during the CCAT Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure. This event is co-sponsored by the Intelligent Transportation Society of Michigan and invites undergraduate and graduate students from U.S.-based institutions to participate.

2021 Student Poster Competition Winners

Graduate Winner

Student Name: Egemen Okte
Presentation Title: A Framework to Determine Road Networks’ Platoonability
Abstract | Poster

Graduate Runner-Up

Student Name: Sachindra Dahal
Presentation Title: Passive Electromagnetic Signature of Roadway for Vehicle Lateral Positioning
Abstract | Poster

Undergraduate Winner

Student Name: Sion Pizzi
Presentation Title: A Learning-based Trajectory Prediction Approach for Heterogeneous Traffic Agents
Abstract | Poster

2021 Student Poster Competition Finalists

Student Name: Ashraf Alrajhi, Aravind Ramakrishnan, & Egemen Okte
Presentation Title: Rest Period Effect on Pavement’s Permanent Deformations under Truck Platooning Configurations
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Jairaj Chetas Desai
Presentation Title: Agile Work Zone Management Based on Probe Traffic Data
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Justin Mahlberg
Presentation Title: Automation of Liquid Deicer
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Enrique Daniel Saldivar Carranza
Presentation Title: Deriving Operational Traffic Signal Performance Measures from Vehicle Trajectory Data
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Rahul Suryakant Sakhare
Presentation Title: Connected Vehicle Data for Interstate Performance Measures
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Haowei Sun
Presentation Title: Corner Case Generation and Analysis for Safety Assessment of Autonomous Vehicles
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Amirmahdi Tafreshian
Presentation Title: A Traveler Incentive Program for Promoting Community Based Ridesharing
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Shuyi Yin
Presentation Title: Optimal Control of Urban Curbside Parking Mixed Connectivity, Mixed Controllability, and Traffic Impact
Abstract | Poster

Student Name: Ethan Zhang
Presentation Title: Step Attention Sequential Pedestrian Trajectory Prediction
Abstract | Poster