Md hasibur Rahman
From 02/2010 to 09/2015, B.Sc. in Civil Engineering (Major: Transportation)
From 08/2017 to 07/2019, M.Sc. in Civil Engineering (Transportation)
From 08/2017 to Present, PhD in Civil Engineering (Transportation)
From 08/2017 to Present, Graduate Research Assistant
University of Central Florida
From 11/2015 to 07/2017, Lecturer
Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology
From 07/2017 to 07/2019, Integrated Freeway/Arterial Active Traffic Management
Developed a data intensive framework for large-scale dynamic traffic assignment model by using micro-simulation platform. Afterwards, analyzed integrated active traffic management (IATM) strategies for the critical roadway in Orlando central business district area.
From 07/2017 to 08/2018, Enhancing Traffic Safety at School zones
Analyzed the crash statistics for all the public schools in Florida. Ranked the school zone based on crash rate which is defined as crash per daily vehicle miles travelled. Developed a microsimulation environment around the school zone area in VISSIM. Proposed innovative solution to improve traffic safety in the school zone. Evaluated the proposed methodology using surrogate safety measures
Intelligent Transportation System
Connected and Automated Vehicle
Traffic safety and mobility
Enhancing traffic safety at school zones by operation and engineering countermeasures: A microscopic simulation approach, Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, ISSN: 1569-190X, Volume 94, July 2019, Pages 334-348. Rahman, M. H., Abdel-Aty, M., Lee, J., & Rahman, M. S.
Safety benefits of arterials’ crash risk under connected and automated vehicles, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Volume 100, March 2019, Pages 354-371. Rahman, M. S., Abdel-Aty, M., Lee, J., & Rahman, M. H.
Application of Connected and Automated Vehicles in a Large-Scale Network by Considering V2V and V2I Technology’ will be presented at Transportation Research Board (TRB) 99th annual meeting, 2020.
Development of Decision Support System for Integrated Active Traffic Management Systems Considering Travel Time Reliability’ will be presented at Transportation Research Board (TRB) 99th annual meeting, 2020.
Understanding the Safety Benefits of Connected and Automated Vehicles on Arterials’ Intersections and Segments, presented in Transportation Research Board (TRB) 98th annual meeting, 2019
Improvement of Traffic Safety at School Zones: Engineering and Operational Countermeasures, International Symposium on Safety of Vulnerable Road Users, 2019, China
A Microsimulation based Study to Improve Traffic Safety in School Zones, Road Safety and Simulation, 2019. United States
Honors and Awards
Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) Award for outstanding MS thesis, 2019
ORC Doctoral Fellowship (Stipend: $25,000 in year one), University of Central Florida, 2017-2018
Winner of the solving for safety and visualization challenge (Worked as an expertise in Simulation), 2019
Graduate Presentation Fellowship for Presenting the Papers at TRB, University of Central Florida, 2018-2019
Outstanding Reviewer from the Journal of Accident Analysis and Prevention, 2018
University Merit Scholarship, BUET, Bangladesh, 2010-2015
Merit Scholarship in School and College, 2007-2009
BUET Dean’s List Award for Outstanding Results, 2010-2015