Student Paper Winners

Congratulations to the following students!

 

2017 – 2018

Master’s Category: Albert Stevens Award ($ 500)

Winner: Craig Davis, University of New Brunswick
Supervisor: Eric D. Hildebrand
Paper Title: “Active Transportation Infrastructure – Examining Safety Implications and Effect on Modal Split”

 

Ph.D. Category: Jim Davey Award ($ 1000)

Winner: Ryan Bernard, Dalhousie University
Supervisor: Ella W. Dodson
Paper Title: “Autonomous Shipping and Seaworthiness: How Emerging Technologies Will Affect the Carriage of Goods By Sea


2016 – 2017

Undergraduate Category: Past Presidents Award ($ 250)

Winner: Junbo Liang, University of Toronto
Supervisor: Alan Chong
Paper Title: “Solving the Issue of Streetcars Blocking Traffic at King and Yonge

Master’s Category: Albert Stevens Award ($ 500)

Winner: Gregory Hoy, University of Toronto
Supervisor: Amer Shalaby
Paper Title: A Multi-Agent Microsimulation Model of Toronto Pearson International Airport

Ph.D. Category: Jim Davey Award ($ 1000)

Winner: Ahmed Osama Amer, University of British Columbia
Supervisor: Tarek Sayed
Paper Title: “Macroscopic Evaluation of Active Transportation Safety; City of Vancouver as a Case Study


2015 – 2016

Undergraduate Category: Past Presidents Award ($ 250)

Winner: Bradley Kloostra, University of Toronto
Supervisor: Matthew Roorda
Paper Title:Fully Autonomous Vehicles: Simulating Transportation System Performance and Operating Scenarios in the Greater Toronto Area

Master’s Category: Albert Stevens Award ($ 500)

Winner: Md. Nobinur Rahman, University of British Columbia (Okanagan Campus)
Supervisor: Ahmed O. Idris
Paper Title:Modelling the Effect of Land Use on Urban Transportation Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Ph.D. Category: Jim Davey Award ($ 1000)

Winner: Justin Tyndall, University of British Columbia
Supervisor: Thomas Davidoff
Paper Title: Where No Cars Go: Free-Floating Carshare and Inequality of Access