MASc Candidate Chris Stogios wins “Best Poster” at HCAAO Symposium

Standing next to display poster

Chris Stogios with TRB poster earlier this year

MASc Candidate Chris Stogios presented his thesis research and won “Best Poster” for “Determining the Effects of Automated Vehicle Driving Behaviour on Vehicle Emissions and Traffic Performance” at the Hellenic Canadian Academic Association (HCAAO) Symposium.

Chris noted that his was the only poster on the topic of automated vehicles.

Chris presented his research at a UT-ITE seminar on April 13. His thesis was co-supervised by Professors Matthew J. Roorda and Marianne Hatzopoulou, and will soon be available here.

The Symposium, in its second year, was established to showcase the scientific excellence of Greek and Greek Canadian academics of Ontario, to promote and engage student participation, and to build collaboration and interpersonal relationships between the academic community and the general public. It was held April 21 at the University of Toronto.

Read Chris’ thesis summary, abstract and full document.