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On July 21, 2017, Mahyar Jahangiriesmaili presented his MASc thesis and discussed the results of his project researching the effects of CETA on Canada’s transportation system. Mahyar’s talk was well attended and a lively Q & A followed his presentation. Mahyar’s study investigated and assessed the potential impact of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)… Read more »
Congratulations to the University of Toronto Institute of Transportation Engineers student chapter, UT-ITE. They are the 2016-2017 winners of the prestigious Student Chapter Delta Award bestowed by the Institute of Transportation Engineers for outstanding student chapter activities. Md Sami Hasnine, President of UT-ITE, accepted the award today on behalf of the group at the Joint… Read more »
We hosted a visit Tuesday, July 18 from our iCity-ORF partners Maximum City and Esri. They brought along 25 young people; together, they used UofT computer lab facilities at the Lassonde Mining Building all afternoon. That afternoon spent in the computer lab was part of a summer camp project at Maximum City. Junior and senior… Read more »
On July 14, 2017, Nancy Hui presented her MASc thesis and discussed the results of her study exploring the use of machine learning to automatically recognize dangerous events on streets with pedestrians, bicycles, and motorized vehicles. Nancy’s talk was well attended and a lively Q & A followed her presentation. Nancy has kindly shared an abstract… Read more »
UofT’s 2017 Traffic Bowl Team members Ran Tu, Christos Stogios and Catalina Parada participated in a Traffic Bowl Trivia Night hosted by UT-ITE on July 6, 2017. A practise competition for teams heading to the Canadian district championships on July 30th, circumstances for the Trivia Night competition were as similar as possible to the real… Read more »
Professor Eric Miller delivered a keynote address entitled “Integrated urban modelling: Past, present and future” on Monday, July 3 at the World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research 2017 (WSTLUR) in Brisbane, Australia. An abstract of the talk is shown below. Integrated urban modelling: Past, present and future Keynote Address, 2017 Worldwide Symposium on Transport and Land… Read more »
Professor Heather MacLean was inducted as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) on June 26, 2017.
Select engineers of outstanding abilities are chosen by CAE for this honour. CAE President Douglas Ruth stated: “While they have widely varying backgrounds, what they all have in common is the demonstrated ability to go beyond the normal practice of engineering and contribute in exemplary ways towards their fields and to their communities.”
On June 29 at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, Eric Miller gave an invited research seminar “First We Take Toronto … Lessons from the TASHA Implementation and Next Steps” before delivering the Ogden Lecture “Public Transport in Toronto: What Can We Learn From the Last 20 Years?,” a free public presentation.