Some Conference Proceedings


  • POLARIS: Designer. Developer. Transportation systems simulations framework (C++)

  • GREET: Designer. Lead Developer. An implementation of The Greenhouse Gases, Regulated Emissions, and Energy Use in Transportation (GREET) Model. (C#, .NET, SQLite). more then 800 unique users within first year of release, 2013

  • MATCOM: Contributor. Distributed on CD with Numerical Linear Algebra and Applications, Second Edition book By Biswa Nath Datta, SIAM. (MATLAB)

  • TRANSIMS: Contributor. An agent-based forecast software for modeling regional transport systems. (C++); 22,295 total downloads since 2006

  • Advanced Numerical Methods II: Sole Developer. Package for solving large scale control problems. (Mathematica); an experimental library that was not published

Research Coverage

  • Demystifying the future of connected and autonomous vehicles Newswise

  • Argonne wins grant to help transit agencies cope with emergencies (Chicago Tribune)

  • Argonne will research how transportation systems should respond to natural hazards (WBEZ)

  • What Happens When Developers, Scientists and Super-Computers Connect on Urban Design (Next City)

  • UM wins $2.7M grant to study driverless cars (The Detroit News) - UM teams with Argonne, Idaho national labs to study potential energy savings of connected vehicles (Michigan News) - Argonne to study emergency response of Chicago transit (Chicago Sun Times) - Designing future cities ( - Using a Real Life SimCity to Design a Massive Development (Curbed Chicago)