Morteza Taiebat

Doctoral Track: 
Resource Policy and Behavior (RPB)
Entering year: 
2016
Education: 

MS, University of British Columbia (mechanical engineering), 2015

BS, Iran University of Science and Technology (mechanical & automotive engineering), 2013

Bio: 

Morteza a PhD candidate in Resource Policy and Behavior (SEAS) and Transportation Engineering (CEE) at the University of Michigan. He is affiliated with the Center for Sustainable Systems, working under the supervision of Ming Xu, Sam Stolper, and Henry Liu. His research broadly focuses on leveraging the emerging modes of transportation (i.e. automated, shared, & electric vehicles) to improve transportation system efficiency while reducing social inequality and environmental impacts. He utilizes data science techniques, economics, and optimization to investigate the mechanisms that promote sustainable transportation.

Research: 
Connected & Automated Vehicles
Sustainable Mobility
Transportation Economics
Data Science
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