Over the course of May 15-18th, NYU Tandon hosted KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology) for the first KN-C³ Workshop. KAIST faculty and students traveled from Korea for the four-day workshop for a research exchange between the two schools, which focused on transportation and urban research.

The goal of the workshop, which was to connect researchers and find common interests for future collaboration, was certainly met. Representatives from both KAIST and NYU presented their impressive and cutting-edge transportation research. See the presentations below.

Yoonjin Yoon: Transportation Research Overview

Yuyol Shin: Urban traffic forecasting using DL

Namwoo Kim: Urban region representation learning using mobility data

Seyun Kim: Inferring driver workload based on physiological data

Changhyun Kwon: Rebalancing EV sharing systems & Drone-assisted last-mile delivery

Jinkyoo Park: Neural combinatorial optimization and its application to logistics 

Samer Madanat: Mitigation of GHG from the transport sector & Protection of transport systems from SLR inundation

Kaan Ozbay: C2SMART-ER USDOT Transportation Center overview & Urban traffic modeling and safety

Semiha Ergan: Virtual reality for work zone safety

Masoud Ghandehari: Exposure to extremes and the simulation of the urban microclimate

Eugene Vinitsky: Low-level model of human driving

Hani Nassif: Smart urban roadway testbed in Brooklyn

Joseph Chow: Fleet-based electric vehicle research

Zhong-Ping Jiang: Learning to drive autonomously

Daniel Vignon: Economic analysis of vehicle infrastructure cooperation for driving automation

Luis Ceferino: Prioritizing flood-monitoring areas within cities: a stakeholder-based and equity-driven approach

Jingqin Gao: Computer vision for urban transportation analytics

Saif Eddin Jabari: Matrix completion and ensemble learning for sensor-state prediction & Stealthy backdoor attacks on DRL-based AV control systems

NYU CUSP presentations can be found here.

Special thanks to all who participated, especially those who traveled far distances to attend. C2SMART is gratified by this year’s productive workshop and eager to see what the future holds for this valued partnership.

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