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Evanston, Illinois 60208
Hello! I am a PhD Candidate at the Northwestern University’s Transportation Systems Analysis and Planning Program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. I am currently working at the Transportation Center as a graduate research assistant under the supervision of Prof. Hani Mahmassani.
My research braodly focuses on understanding
human-technology-infrastructure-market interactions through a lens of socio-technical systems analysis framework to enable next generation transportation systems that are sustainable, safe, smart, resilient, and equitable.
My dissertation research addresses the question of the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic altered the
telemobility landscape in the United States; and
the implications of these potentially changing trends on mobility and sustainability of our cities. Other areas of research that I have explored in the past include understnading
travel behavior and its interaction with
social networks, advanced behavioral modeling, big
GPS data analysis and freight planning,
machine learning applications in
transportation, particularly unsupervised learning and ensemble learning models.
For whom did telework not work during the Pandemic? understanding the factors impacting telework satisfaction in the US using a multiple indicator multiple cause (MIMIC) modelTransportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 2022
In-Person, Pick Up or Delivery? Evolving Patterns of Household Spending Behavior Through the Early Reopening Phase of the COVID-19 PandemicTravel Behaviour and Society 2023