Talks at Conferences and Workshops | ||
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07/2022 | International Conference on Scientific Computation and Differential Equations - SciCADE 2022, Reykjavik
Design of DIRK Schemes with High Weak Stage Order | |
06/2022 | Reunion workshop of the IPAM long program Mathematical Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles, Lake Arrowhead, CA
Is energy-optimal traffic flow always equivalent to smooth traffic flow? | |
01/2022 | Workshop Holistic Design of Time-Dependent PDE Discretizations, Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics
Spatial Manifestations of Order Reduction, and Remedies via Weak Stage Order (presentation slides and video of talk) | |
09/2021 | CIRCLES Workshop, virtual event
How the structure of vehicle energy models affects energy-optimal traffic flow and control (presentation slides and video of talk) | |
10/2020 | Workshop Safe Operation of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Fleets, long program Mathematical Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Energy Impact of Automated Vehicles used as Sparse Traffic Controllers (presentation slides and video of talk) | |
12/2019 | Workshop Lagrangian Control for Traffic Flow Smoothing in Mixed Autonomy Settings at 58th Conference on Decision and Control, Nice
Instabilities and waves in microscopic and macroscopic traffic models | |
09/2019 | Cognizant Autonomous Systems for Safety Critical Applications Conference, Miami, FL
Benefits and risks of semi-automated heterogeneous traffic flow | |
07/2019 | International Conference on Scientific Computation and Differential Equations - SciCADE 2019, Innsbruck
Unconditionally stable ImEx Methods: How to solve complex problems without having to do complex solves | |
07/2019 | 9th
International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics - ICIAM 2019, Valencia
Macroscopic models for traffic instabilities, and stable averaged equations | |
07/2019 | 9th
International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics - ICIAM 2019, Valencia
DIRK schemes with high weak stage order | |
02/2019 | Workshop Autonomous Vehicles, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Instabilities in homogeneous and heterogeneous traffic flow (presentation slides and video of talk) | |
10/2018 | AMS Fall Central Sectional Meeting, University of Michigan
The curious life of jamitons | |
10/2018 | Symposium on Complexity in Transportation Science: Connectivity, Data & Automation, University of Michigan
Traffic waves, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling (presentation slides) | |
09/2018 | PennDOT Research Symposium, Harrisburg, PA
Impact of connected and automated vehicles on traffic operations | |
09/2018 | AMS Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting, University of Delaware
Overcoming order reduction via weak stage order | |
09/2018 | 2018
SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Planet Earth, Philadelphia, PA
Traffic flow control via autonomous vehicles and its environmental impact | |
07/2018 | ICOSAHOM 2018, London
Overcoming order reduction via weak stage order | |
06/2018 | 2018
SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures, Anaheim, CA
Minitutorial: Phantom jams and nonlinear waves in traffic flow - Theory and practice | |
06/2018 | Reunion workshop of the IPAM long program New
Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management, Lake Arrowhead, CA
Traffic control via CAVs: Can a single control vehicle have a significant effect? | |
12/2017 | 2017
SIAM Conference on Analysis of PDEs, Baltimore, MD
Macroscopic models for mixed human-autonomous vehicle traffic flow | |
09/2017 | Workshop on Modelling Reduction Tools for Large Scale Complex Networks, Grenoble, France
2D traffic flow modeling via kinetic models | |
07/2017 | 2017
SIAM Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA
Traffic flow control and fuel consumption reduction via moving bottlenecks (recording of talk) | |
06/2017 | UCLA IPAM workshop (general talk), Lake Arrowhead, CA
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
06/2017 | Reunion workshop of the IPAM long program New
Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management, Lake Arrowhead, CA
Stabilizing traffic flow via a single autonomous vehicle: Possibilities and limitations | |
02/2017 | 2017
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Atlanta, GA
Diagonally Implicit Runge-Kutta schemes devoid of order reduction | |
01/2017 | 96th
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Traffic flow control and fuel consumption reduction via moving bottlenecks | |
08/2016 | 2016
SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures, Philadelphia, PA
Nonlinear waves in traffic flow, and what to do against them | |
07/2016 | 2016
SIAM Annual Meeting, Boston, MA
Meshfree Direct Simulation "Monte Carlo" | |
07/2016 | 11th
AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, Orlando, FL
Mathematical Models for Capacity Drop Phenomena | |
06/2016 | ECCOMAS Congress 2016, Crete, Greece
Meshfree "Direct Simulation Monte Carlo" with radial basis functions | |
11/2015 | NSF CPS PI Meeting, Arlington, VA
Control of vehicular traffic flow via low density autonomous vehicles (presentation slides) | |
09/2015 | Workshop Mathematical Foundations of Traffic, long program New Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Resurrection of the Payne-Whitham pressure? (presentation slides and video of talk) | |
08/2015 | 8th
International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics - ICIAM 2015, Beijing
Model fidelity of data-fitted second-order traffic models | |
06/2015 | Conference Frontiers in Applied and Computational Mathematics (FACM '15), New Jersey Institute of Technology
High-order methods for incompressible flows via pressure Poisson equation reformulations | |
05/2015 | Conference Asymptotic Preserving and Multiscale Methods for Kinetic and Hyperbolic Problems, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Benefits of staggered grids and exponential time integrators in radiation moment methods | |
03/2015 | 2015
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Salt Lake City
Effective high-order diffusive moment closures with the StaRMAP software | |
10/2014 | Workshop for Meshfree Methods for Large-Scale Computational Science and Engineering, Tampa
Meshfree methods for pressure Poisson equation reformulations of the Navier-Stokes equations | |
10/2014 | Workshop on Moment Methods in Kinetic Theory II, Fields Institute, Toronto
StaRMAP - A staggered grid moment approach and its asymptotic preserving properties (video of talk: interactive and static) | |
11/2013 | Temple-Yonsei Symposium, Yonsei University
High-order interface tracking, high-order moment methods, and high-order traffic models | |
10/2013 | Frontiers In Computational Science Symposium, Temple University
Efficient computational methods for interface tracking, radiative transfer, and atherosclerotic plaque growth | |
10/2013 | AMS Sectional Meeting, Temple University
Meshfree finite differences for a pressure Poisson equation reformulation of the Navier-Stokes equations with electric boundary conditions | |
09/2013 | Seventh International Workshop
Meshfree
methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Meshfree finite difference methods for pressure Poisson equation reformulations of the Navier-Stokes equations | |
07/2013 | 2013
SIAM Annual Meeting, San Diego
Gradient-augmented schemes for reinitialization and other Hamilton-Jacobi equations | |
05/2013 | DelMar
Numerics Day 2013, University of Maryland, College Park
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
02/2013 | 2013
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Boston
StaRMAP - A staggered grid approach for arbitrary order linear moment methods of radiative transfer | |
02/2013 | 2013
SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Boston
An overview of gradient-augmented methods and jet schemes | |
01/2013 | 92nd
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Comparison of data-fitted first-order traffic models and their second-order generalizations via trajectory and sensor data | |
10/2012 | 1st Annual
Computational Research on Owlsnest (CROO) Symposium, Temple University
Modeling, computation, and understanding of phantom jams and stop-and-go waves in highway traffic | |
07/2012 | 2012
SIAM Annual Meeting, Minneapolis
Connections between phantom traffic jams, jamitons, and congested traffic flow | |
06/2012 | KAUST
Workshop on PDE in Traffic Modeling
A data-fitted generalized Aw-Rascle-Zhang model and its model accuracy on real traffic data | |
10/2011 | Sixth International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Characteristic particle methods for traffic flow simulations on highway networks | |
07/2011 | 7th
International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics - ICIAM 2011, Vancouver
Optimally local jet schemes for advection problems | |
03/2011 | International Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Applications to Industrial Problems, NIT Calicut
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
07/2010 | 2010 SIAM Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh
A gradient-augmented level set approach with subgrid resolution | |
08/2009 | Fifth International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Exact particle methods for conservation laws | |
03/2009 | Fourteenth
Copper Mountain conference on multigrid methods, Colorado
AMG for Meshfree Finite Difference Methods | |
03/2009 | Kinetic
FRG Young Researchers Workshop, CSCAMM, University of Maryland, College Park
Optimal prediction for radiative transfer: A new perspective on moment closure (presentation slides) | |
08/2008 | Workshop on
Similarity:
Generalizations, Applications and Open Problems, UBC, Vancouver
A meshfree solver for scalar conservation laws in one space dimension | |
09/2007 | Fourth International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Solving conservation laws by particle management | |
07/2006 | 14th ECMI conference,
University Carlos III de Madrid
Meshless Poisson problems in the Finite Pointset Method - Positive stencils and multigrid | |
03/2006 | 77th Annual Meeting of the
Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, TU Berlin
Multigrid and M-matrices in the finite pointset method | |
09/2005 | Third International Workshop
Meshfree methods for partial differential equations, University of Bonn
Multigrid and M-matrices in the finite pointset method for incompressible flows | |
06/2004 | 13th ECMI conference, Eindhoven
Optimal prediction in molecular dynamics | |
09/2002 |
16th
ECMI Modelling Week, Kaiserslautern
Temperature stabilisation during the casting process | |
Further Conference Presentations | ||
11/2018 | NSF CPS PI Meeting, Alexandria, VA
Phantom traffic jams from adaptive cruise control vehicles (poster and demonstration) | |
01/2018 | 97th
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Off-ramp coupling conditions devoid of spurious blocking and re-routing (poster presentation) | |
11/2017 | NSF CPS PI Meeting, Alexandria, VA
Stabilizing traffic flow via a single autonomous vehicle: Possibilities and limitations (lightning talk, poster, and demonstration) | |
06/2017 | 2017 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, Redondo Beach, CA
Stabilizing traffic flow via a single autonomous vehicle: Possibilities and limitations (poster presentation) | |
04/2017 | Safe Control of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (SCAV 2017) at CPS Week 2017, Pittsburgh, PA
Controlling for unsafe events in dense traffic through autonomous vehicles (presentation by Daniel B. Work) | |
01/2017 | Frontiers in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Brown University
Diagonally implicit Runge-Kutta schemes devoid of order reduction (poster presentation) | |
11/2016 | NSF CPS PI Meeting, Arlington, VA
Control of vehicular traffic flow via low density autonomous vehicles (poster presentation) | |
01/2014 | 93rd
Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.
Effect of the choice of jam density in data-fitted first- and second-order traffic models (poster presentation) | |
12/2012 | Workshop
on Reproducibility in Computational and Experimental Mathematics, ICERM, Providence, RI,
A second order staggered grid method for spherical harmonics moment equations of radiative transfer (lightning talk and poster presentation) Please see also the Conference Wiki. | |
06/2010 | Fluid
Dynamics, Analysis, and Numerics 2010, Duke University
Gradient-augmented level set methods and interface tracking with subgrid resolution (poster presentation) | |
03/2009 | Computational
Kinetic Transport and Hybrid Methods, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Optimal prediction for radiative transfer: A new perspective on moment closure (poster presentation) | |
11/2008 | Workshop
on Moment Methods in Kinetic Theory, ETH Zürich
Optimal prediction for radiative transfer: A new perspective on moment closure (presentation by Martin Frank) | |
Invited Colloquia and Seminars | ||
07/2022 | Numerical Methods for PDE Seminar, University of Kassel
Spatial manifestations of order reduction, and remedies via weak stage order | |
06/2022 | CRC Seminar, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Spatial manifestations of order reduction, and remedies via weak stage order | |
11/2021 | Modeling, Computation, Nonlinearity, Randomness and Waves Seminar, University of Arizona
Principled mathematical models for the Spotted Lanternfly life cycle | |
02/2021 | Scientific
Computing and Numerics Seminar, Cornell University
Spatial manifestations of order reduction, and overcoming it via weak stage order | |
12/2019 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Unconditionally Stable ImEx Methods: How to solve complex problems without having to do complex solves | |
11/2019 | Applied
Mathematics Colloquium, MIT
Understanding how vehicle automation changes traffic flow patterns | |
10/2019 | Uncertainty Quantification Seminar, University of Arizona
Moment closures in radiation transport and how to efficiently solve them | |
07/2019 | Informatics Colloquium, TU Munich
Instabilities in homogeneous and heterogeneous traffic flow | |
04/2019 | Math/Stats Colloquium, Georgetown University
Traffic waves, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
02/2019 | Applied Mathematics Seminar, Courant Institute, NYU
Traffic waves, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
02/2019 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Traffic waves, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
10/2018 | Applied Interdisciplinary Mathematics (AIM) Seminar, University of Michigan
Moment closures in radiation transport and how to efficiently solve them | |
07/2018 | Steinbuch
Centre for Computing Seminar, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Phantom traffic jams and traffic flow control via autonomous vehicles | |
05/2018 | Seminar
Institute for Software Integrated Systems, Vanderbilt University
2D traffic flow modeling via kinetic models | |
04/2018 | Physics
Colloquium, Temple University
Traffic waves, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
03/2018 | Numerical
Analysis and PDE Seminar, University of Delaware
Spatial manifestations of order reduction and weak state order | |
02/2018 | Center for Control Systems and Dynamic Seminar, UC San Diego
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
10/2017 | PDE/Applied Math Seminar, Drexel University
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
09/2017 | Mathematics Seminar, Universita degli Studi dell'Insubria, Como
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
09/2017 | Mechanical Engineering Seminar, University of Delaware
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
09/2017 | Applied Mathematics Colloquium, Columbia University
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
03/2017 | Mathematics Colloquium, University of Alabama
Phantom traffic jams, autonomous vehicles, and the future of traffic modeling | |
03/2017 | Applied Mathematics Seminar, University of Washington
Order reduction in Runge-Kutta time-stepping for Initial Boundary Value Problems | |
11/2016 | Computational Science Seminar, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
Order reduction in Runge-Kutta time-stepping for Initial Boundary Value Problems | |
10/2016 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Meshfree direct simulation Monte Carlo for kinetic equations | |
09/2016 | CNA seminar, Carnegie Melon University
Nonlinear waves in traffic flow, and the future of traffic modeling (video of talk) | |
07/2016 | Schlumberger Fluids Workshop, Cambridge, MA
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
05/2016 | MathCCES seminar, RWTH Aachen University
Order reduction in high-order time-stepping | |
03/2016 | Big
Problems / Big Ideas Seminar, Temple University
How to model traffic flow via PDEs and how to use this for traffic control | |
10/2015 | Level Set Collective, UCLA
Order reduction in high-order time-stepping: why? and how to fix? | |
09/2015 | IPAM Seminar, UCLA
Traffic waves | |
05/2015 | Seminar
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, MIT
Benefits of staggered grids and exponential time integrators in radiation moment methods | |
02/2015 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Crystal cutting and radiative moment closures via optimal prediction | |
02/2015 | Joint CSCAMM/KI-Net Seminar, Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling, University of Maryland College Park
Phantom jams and jamitons in macroscopic traffic models | |
01/2015 | Applied Mathematics Colloquium, North Carolina State University
Interface motion, jet schemes, and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
11/2014 | Oliver Club, Cornell University
Traffic models, phantom jams, and autonomous vehicles | |
11/2014 | Applied Mathematics Colloquium, North Carolina State University
Stories of traffic models, phantom jams, jamitons, and autonomous vehicles | |
09/2014 | Mathematics Colloquium, Villanova University
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
04/2014 | Scientific
Computing and Numerics seminar, Cornell University
High-order methods for pressure Poisson equation reformulations of the Navier-Stokes equations | |
03/2014 | Applied and Computational Mathematics seminar, Georgia Tech
Phantom jams and jamitons in macroscopic traffic models | |
03/2014 | Joint seminar
Physical Mathematics and
Numerical Methods
for PDE, MIT
Jamitons and the predictive accuracy of macroscopic traffic models | |
02/2014 | Webinar of the Committee on Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics,
Comparison of data-fitted first-order traffic models and their second-order generalizations via trajectory and sensor data | |
12/2013 | MathCCES seminar, RWTH Aachen University
Jamitons and the predictive accuracy of macroscopic traffic models | |
11/2013 | Mathematics Seminar, Yonsei University
Phantom jams and jamitons in second order traffic models | |
11/2013 | Fluid
Mechanics Seminar, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
10/2013 | Numerical Analysis
and PDE Seminar, University of Delaware
Phantom jams and jamitons in second order traffic models | |
04/2013 | Applied
Mathematics Colloquium, UCLA
Phantom Jams and Jamitons in Second Order Traffic Models | |
04/2013 | Level Set Collective, UCLA
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
04/2013 | Institute
of Transportation Studies Seminar, UC Berkeley
Phantom Jams and Jamitons in Second Order Traffic Models | |
04/2013 | Applied
Mathematics Seminar, UC Berkeley & Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
03/2013 | Seminar
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, MIT
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
02/2013 | Numerical
Analysis and Scientific Computing Seminar, Courant Institute, New York University
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
01/2013 | Computational
Math Seminar, University of Pittsburgh
Jet schemes and gradient-augmented level set methods | |
10/2012 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Explaining set-valued fundamental diagrams in traffic flow via phantom traffic jams | |
03/2012 | Applied Math Seminar, University of Delaware
On optimally sparse meshfree stencils and characteristic particles | |
03/2012 | Physical Mathematics Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
High order computational moment methods for radiative transfer simulations | |
10/2011 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
10/2011 | PDE/Applied Math Seminar, Drexel University
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
05/2011 | IGPM seminar, RWTH Aachen University
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
05/2011 | Instituto
Gregorio Millán, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Meshfree finite difference methods with minimal positive stencils | |
04/2011 | Ulm Mathematical Colloquium
Jet schemes for advection problems | |
04/2011 | MathCCES seminar, RWTH Aachen University
New ideas in traffic modeling, multiphase fluid simulations, particle methods, and moment methods | |
03/2011 | Applied Mathematics Seminar, McGill University
A new perspective on the moment closure problem in radiative transfer | |
12/2010 | Seminar
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, MIT
A new perspective on the moment closure problem in radiative transfer | |
11/2010 | Scientific
Computing Group Seminar, Brown University
New computational approaches based on the methods of characteristics | |
06/2010 | Center
for Computational Engineering Science, RWTH Aachen University
New computational approaches based on the method of characteristics | |
05/2010 | Instituto
Gregorio Millán, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
A new perspective on the moment closure problem in radiative transfer | |
02/2010 | Physics
Colloquium, Temple University
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
12/2009 | Applied
Math Seminar, University of Delaware
Exact particle methods and level set approaches with subgrid resolution | |
11/2009 | Applied
Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar, Temple University
Meshfree finite difference methods with minimal positive stencils | |
10/2009 | Analysis
Seminar, Temple University
Detonation waves in traffic flow | |
09/2009 | Scientific
Computing and Numerics Seminar, Cornell University
Exact particle methods and gradient-augmented level set approaches | |
06/2009 | TU Kaiserslautern
Gradient-augmented methods and interface tracking with subgrid resolution | |
02/2009 | Physical
Mathematics Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Crystal cutting and radiative moment closures by optimal prediction | |
02/2009 | Mathematics Colloquium, UMass Dartmouth
Benefits and challenges of particle methods | |
02/2009 | Mathematics Colloquium, Temple University
Benefits and challenges of particle methods | |
11/2008 | Institute of Computational Science, ETH Zürich
Advection and remeshing with particles and level sets | |
10/2008 | Seminar Numerical
Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Particle methods - Sparsity and exact conservation | |
10/2008 | Fluid Dynamics Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Phantom traffic jams and traveling jamitons | |
06/2008 | TU Kaiserslautern
Detonation waves in traffic flow | |
05/2006 | Seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, TU Kaiserslautern
Meshfree elliptic problems in the Finite Pointset Method - Positive stencils and linear solvers | |
01/2006 | PhD seminar Technomathematics, TU Kaiserslautern
Point clouds, positive stencils and linear solvers | |
04/2005 | Weekend seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, Lambrecht
Meshfree finite difference methods for flow problems | |
11/2004 | PhD seminar Technomathematics, TU Kaiserslautern
FPM - Quest for the M-matrix | |
05/2004 | Seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, TU Kaiserslautern
Adaptive particle methods in CFD | |
04/2004 | PhD seminar Technomathematics, TU Kaiserslautern
Adaptive particle methods for flow problems | |
11/2003 | Weekend seminar of the
Graduate college
Mathematics and Pratice, Koblenz
Meshfree finite difference methods - Finite pointset method | |
Presentations to Public and Undergraduate Audiences | ||
02/2021 | MSRI Math Lovers Forum
Traffic Waves, Vehicle Automation, and the Future of Traffic Modeling (video of talk) | |
11/2020 | IPAM Public Lecture
The Frustrating Beauty of Traffic Waves - And How Automated Vehicles Can Prevent Them (video of talk) | |
09/2020 |
Mathematical Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles Tutorials, part of the long program
Mathematical Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Basic Traffic Models and Traffic Waves, Part 1 (video of talk) Basic Traffic Models and Traffic Waves, Part 2 (video of talk) (presentation slides for all talks) | |
01/2018 | Presentation at NSF booth for MobilityTalks, Washington Auto Show | |
04/2016 | Temple CST Board of Visitors Meeting
Phantom traffic jams and autonomous vehicles | |
12/2015 | Mathematics Colloquium,
California State University Northridge
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
09/2015 |
Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management Tutorials, part of the long program
New
Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
A mathematical introduction to traffic flow theory: Part I (video of talk) A mathematical introduction to traffic flow theory: Part II (video of talk) A mathematical introduction to traffic flow theory: Part III (video of talk) (presentation slides for all talks) | |
05/2015 | Pint of Science, Bourbon Blue, Philadelphia
Phantom jams, detonation waves, and autonomous vehicles | |
12/2013 | Mathematics
and Statistics Colloquium, Swarthmore College
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
10/2012 | Bi-College
Mathematics Colloquium, Haverford College
The analogy of phantom traffic jams and detonation waves | |
03/2011 | UMass Dartmouth
Traffic modeling and phantom traffic jams | |
10/2010 | Temple University, Faculty research talk series for undergraduate students
Traffic modeling and phantom traffic jams | |
12/2009 | Mathematics
Colloquium, Temple University
The sound of an evolving floating sculpture | |
09/2009 | Marywood University
Traffic models and phantom traffic jams | |
01/2009 | MIT 18.095 Mathematics Lecture Series
Modeling of traffic flow | |
10/2008 | MIT family weekend
Phantom traffic jams and traveling jamitons | |
08/2005 | Seminar week Hirschegg, Austria
Why are the Navier-Stokes equations difficult? Turbulence. |