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«HONGCHAO LIU, Ph.D., P.E. Curriculum vitae Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Phone: (806)834-7853 10th St. & Akron Ave. Fax: ...»

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HONGCHAO LIU, Ph.D., P.E.

Curriculum vitae

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Phone: (806)834-7853

10th St. & Akron Ave. Fax: (806)742-4168

MS 1023 Email: hongchao.liu@ttu.edu

Lubbock, Tx 79409

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2001-2004: Postdoctoral, University of California, Berkeley, USA

1997-2000: Ph.D., University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 1993-1996: M.S., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

1986-1990: B.S., Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin, China

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2014 -: Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Texas Tech University 2009 -2014: Associate Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Texas Tech University 2004-2009: Assistant Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Texas Tech University 2000 - 2001: Research Associate, University of Tokyo, Japan.

1996 - 1997: Transportation Engineer, Beijing Institute of City Planning & Design, China 1990 – 1993: Faculty, Hebei Polytechic University, Tangshan, China

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION

Professional Engineer, No. 104513, Texas.

AWARDS AND HONORS

Whitacre Research Award, Whitacre College of Engineering, Texas Tech University, 2012.

Teacher of the Year, Department Civil & Environmental Engineering, Texas Tech University, 2010.

Fellowship, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEED), 2008.

Hemphill-Wells New Professor Excellence in Teaching Award, Finalist of the Edward E.

Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering, 2006.

Featured Young Faculty in ENVISION 2(2), Newsletter of the Edward E. Whitacre Jr.

College of Engineering, Texas Tech University, 2006.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Professional society Editors of Archival Journals Editor in Chief, International Journal of Vehicle Information and Communication Systems, March 2013 – Present.

Editor, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems. October 2010 – Present.

Editor, International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology, November 2012

- Present.

Guest Editor, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. Special Issue on Big Data and Advanced Computing in Intelligent Transportation Systems, with Wei Lin and H.K.Lo, March 2014.

Guest Editor, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems. Special Issue: Intelligent Vehicle Navigation Systems, with Q. Mohammed and W. Ochieng, July 2007.

Conference and Professional Society Committees Member, Advisory Board of the 4th International conference on Green Intelligent Transportation Systems and Safety, August 1-4, 2013.

Member, Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies (ABJ70), 2008- Present.

Member, Regional Coordination Transportation Group of the South Plains Association of Governments, 2012 – Present.

Other Services Vice President, Chinese Overseas Transportation Association, 2010 – 2012.

Board Member, Chinese Overseas Transportation Association, 2008 – 2010.

University Founding faculty advisor, ITE Student Chapter at Texas Tech University, 2006- present.

College Member, Tenure and Promotion Committee, 2010 – 2012.

Member, P K & Robert Koh Memorial Scholarship Committee, 2010 - present Member, Research Task Force, 2009-2010.

RESEARCH AREA

Traffic operation and control: focused on developing and assessing operational strategies for optimal control of highway and street facilities;

Intelligent Transportation Systems: focused on application of GIS and GPS technology in transportation and smart phone applications;

Transportation planning and modeling: focused on mathematic modeling and optimization of transportation systems and route choice models during evacuation;

Public transit: focused on web-based bus information system and bus rapid transit (BRT);

Traffic flow theory: focused on advanced car following models COURSES TAUGHT (2004-2013) CE 4361 Transportation Engineering CE 4330 Capstone Design (Transportation Section) *CE 4371 Highway Geometric Design *CE 5371 Advanced Highway System Design and Safety *CE 5372 Advanced Traffic Engineering I: Traffic Control and Highway Capacity Analysis *CE 5373 Advanced Traffic Engineering II: Traffic Flow Theory and Operation *CE 5331 Transportation Planning Note: The marked are the courses I developed as part of the new graduate program in transportation system engineering at Texas Tech University.

TEACHING EVALUATION AT TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY (2004-2013) Undergraduate Average: 4.4/5.0 Graduate Average: 4.6/5.0 Note: Average of 16 questions.

PUBLICATIONS AT TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY (2004-2013) Edited Journal Issues and Books

1. Special Issue on Intelligent Vehicle Navigation (1). Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 12(4), 2008. Co-editors Quddus, M.A. and O.

Washington.

2. Special Issue on Intelligent Vehicle Navigation (2). Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 14(1), 2010. Co-editors: Quddus, M.A. and O.

Washington.

3. Transportation Research Circular EC168: Artificial Intelligence Applications to Critical Transportation Issues, 2012. Co-editors: Transportation Research Board of the National Academies Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing, ABJ70.





Journal Publications

1. Wei, D.*, and H. Liu (2013). “Analysis of Asymmetric Driving Behavior Using a Self-learning Approach.” Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 46(1), 1-14.

2. Xu, H.*, H. Liu and H. Gong* (2013). “Modeling the Asymmetry in Traffic Flow (a): Microscopic Approach.” Applied Mathematical Modeling. Vol. 37, 9431-9440.

3. Liu, H., H. Xu,* and H. Gong* (2013). “Modeling the Asymmetry in Traffic Flow (b): Macroscopic Approach.” Applied Mathematical Modeling. Vol. 37, 9441-9450.

4. Chen, S.*, H. Liu, and H. Xu* (2013). “Timing Oversaturated Signals: What Can We Learn from Classic and State-of-the-art Signal Control Models.” Journal of Transportation Systems Engineering and Information Technology, 13(1), 61-72.

5. Wei, D.* and H. Liu (2013). “Adaptive Margin Support Vector Regression:

Theory and Application to Short-term Traffic Forecasting.” Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems. 17(4), 1-11.

6. Xu, H.* and H. Liu (2013). “Optimize Evacuation Route Considering Operational Cost as a Constraint.” International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology, 2(1), 65-78.

7. Xu, H.*, H. Liu, H. Fernando*, and S. Senadheera (2013). “Volume-toCapacity Estimation of Signalized Road Networks for Metropolitan Transportation Planning.” Transportation Research Record, No. 2395, 93-102.

8. Lu, G., and H. Liu (2012) “Ramp Metering.” In Transportation Research Circular: Artificial Intelligence Applications to Critical Transportation Issues” 70-76. Transportation Research Board, National Council of Science.

9. Chen, S.*, H. Liu, and H. Xu* (2012).”A Gridlock Sensitive Signal Timing Scheme for the Control of Oversaturated Arterials and Grid Networks.” Accepted, International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology.

10. Sun, L.*, J. Rong, L. Yao, H. Xu*, and H. Liu (2011). “Entropy-based Estimation of Transfers in a Terminal.” Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology, 5(3), 303-315.

11. Eugene, D. H.*, H. Liu, and R.B. Machemehl (2011). “Assessing the Feasibility of Converting Two Way Left Turn Lane into Bus Rapid Transit Lane.” Transportation Research Record, No. 2218, 39-47.

12. Xu, H.*, H. Liu, and Z. Tian (2011). “Control Delay at Diverging Diamond Interchanges.” Transportation Research Record, No.2257, 121-130.

13. Lin, W. and H. Liu (2010) “Enhancing Realism in Modeling Merge Junctions in Models for System Optimal Dynamic Traffic Assignment.” IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 11(4), 838-846.

14. Xu, H*. and H. Liu (2010). “Development and Application of a Kalman Filter and GPS Error Correction Approach for Improved Map-matching.” Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 14(1), 27-36.

15. Xu, H.*, H. Liu, and Z. Tian (2010). “Control Delay at Signalized Interchanges Considering Internal Queue Spillback.” Journal of Transportation Research Record, No.2173, 123-132.

16. Quddus, M.A., O. Washington, and H. Liu (2010). “Editorial: Special Issue on Intelligent Vehicle Navigation (2).” Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 14(1), 1-2.

17. Tian Z., M. Kyte, and H. Liu (2009). “Vehicle Tracking and Speed Measurement at Signalized Intersections Using Video-Image Systems.” ITE Journal. 79(1), 42-46.

18. Luis, G., R. L. Cheu, R. L. Machemehl, and H. Liu (2009). “Bus Rapid Transit Features and Deployment Phases for U.S. Cities.” Journal of Public Transportation, 12(2), 23-38.

19. Chen, S.*, H. Liu, and D. H. Jeryl (2009). “Surrogate Safety Assessment for A Tight Urban Diamond Interchange Using Micro-simulation.” Advances in Transportation Studies, an International Journal, Vol. XVIII, 18-39.

20. Wei, H., T. Xu, and H. Liu (2009). “Route-Choice Models Reflecting the Use of Travel Navigation Information in a Vehicle-Based Microscopic Simulation System.” International Journal of Vehicle Information and Communication Systems, 2(1/2), 27-39.

21. Tan, C-W, S. Park, H. Liu, Q. Xu, and P. Lau (2008). “Prediction of Transit Vehicle Arrival Time for Signal Priority Control: Algorithm and Performance.” IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 9(4), 688-696.

22. Tan, C-W, *M. Li, S. Park, P. Lau, and H. Liu (2008). “Communication of Transit Signal Priority Requests.” International Journal of Vehicle Information and Communication Systems, 1(3/4), 249-267.

23. Quddus, M.A., O. Washington, and H. Liu (2008). “Editorial: Special Issue on Intelligent Vehicle Navigation.” Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 12(4), 1-2.

24. Liu, H., K. N. Balke, and W. Lin (2008). “A Reverse Causal-effect Modeling Approach for Real Time Signal Control of An Oversaturated Intersection.” Transportation Research, Part C, 16(6), 742-754.

25. Liu, H., H. Xu*, and Y. Bao (2008). “A Virtual Differential Map-matching Algorithm with Improved Accuracy and Computational Efficiency.” Journal of Navigation, 61(3), 421-434.

26. Liu, H., J.* Zhang, and D. Cheng (2008). “Evaluation of Transit Signal Priority Using an Analytical Approach: Analysis, Evaluation, and Statistical Test.” Journal of Transportation Systems Engineering and Information Technology, 8(2), 48-57.

27. Tian, Z., M. Varun, and H. Liu. (2008). “Effectiveness on Lead-lag Phasing on Progression Bandwidth.” Journal of Transportation Research Record. No. 2080, 22-27.

28. Cheng, D., Z. Tian, and H. Liu (2008). “Implementing Actuated Signal Controlled Intersection Capacity Analysis with Pedestrians.” Journal of Transportation Research Record, No. 2071, 125-130.

29. Liu, H., W. Lin, and C-W. Tan (2007). “An Operational Strategy for Advanced Vehicle Location Based Transit Signal Priority.” ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, 133(9), 513-522.

30. Gong, H.*, H. Liu, and B. H. Wang (2007). “An Asymmetric Full Velocity Difference Car-following Model.” Journal of Physica A: Mathematical and Theoretical, Vol.387, 2595-2602.

31. Li, L., W. Lin, and H. Liu (2006). “A Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Approach for Shortterm Traffic Forecasting.” IET Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 153(1), 33-40.

32. Liu, H., A. Skabardonis, and M. Li (2006). “Simulation of Transit Signal Priority Using the NTCIP Architecture.” Journal of Public Transportation, 9(3), 117-136.

33. Liu, H., A. Skabardonis, and M. Li (2004). “Optimal Location of Detectors for Transit Signal Priority.” Journal of Transportation Research Record, No. 1867, 144-150.

Under Review

1. Wei, D.*, H. Liu, and Z. Tian. “Analytical Delay Model to Yielding Vehicles at Unsignalized Pedestrian Crossings.” Submitted to Transportmetrica.

2. Wei, D.*, H. Liu, and Y. Qin. “Modeling Cascade Dynamics of Railway Network under Unexpected Events.” Submitted to Applied Mathematical Modeling.

3. Wei, D.*, H. Liu, and Z. Tian. “Pedestrian Delay under Pulsed Traffic Conditions.” Submitted to Journal of Advanced Transportation.

4. Xu, H.*, W. Kumfer*, and H. Liu (2013). “Signal Timing of Multiple Intersections Controlled by One Signal.” Submitted for presentation at the 93rd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting and possible publication in the Journal of Transportation Research Record.

5. Yuan, C*., D. Wei*, and H. Liu (2013). “Modeling and Analysis of Taxi Market with Consideration of Service Refusal.” Submitted for presentation at the 93rd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting and possible publication in the Journal of Transportation Research Record.

6. Wei, D.*, H. Liu, and W. Kumfer* (2013). “Vehicular Yielding Delay at Unsignalized Crosswalks: Estimation and Validation Using Micro-simulation.” Submitted for presentation and possible publication in the Journal of Transportation Research Record.

7. Ostrander C.*, D. Wei*, W. Kumfer*, and H. Liu (2013). “The Effect of Truck Lane Restrictions on Weaving Segments of Freeways.” Submitted for presentation at the 93rd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting and possible publication in the Journal of Transportation Research Record.

(Authors marked by * are my graduate students and/or postdoctoral researchers) In Refereed Conference Proceedings

1. Ostrander, C., K. Wesley, D. Wei, and H. Liu “The Effect of Truck Lane Restrictions on Weaving Segments of Freeways.” In the pre-print CD-ROM, the 92nd Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, 2014.

2. Yuan, C., D. Wei, and H. Liu. “Impact of Service Refusal to SupplyDemand Equilibrium in Taxicab Market.” In the pre-print CD-ROM, the 92nd Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, 2014.



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