Welcome Dr. Sirwan Shahooei to American Journal of Transportation and Logistics

Dr. Sirwan Shahooei
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Texas Arlington

Biography & Research Interest

Welcome Dr. Sirwan Shahooei to Join the Editorial Board of American Journal of Transportation and Logistics.

Sirwan Shahooei is a traffic data analyst, transportation planning specialist and mobility research scientist. He got his Ph.D. in Transportation Engineering and Planning from University of Texas at Arlington. Due to his enthusiasm in urban planning and transportation analysis, he decided to continue his research in transportation planning models and traffic data analysis. He is a professional researcher in shared mobility systems, traffic data analysis, traffic simulation models, intermodal systems design, autonomous and connected vehicles, and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). He is familiar with different data analysis methods, mathematical traffic models, statistical analysis methods, operation research analysis, programing and coding languages, and traffic simulation software. He is a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He has had several presentations in professional conferences and he has published a few papers in scientific peer-reviewed journals. During his studies in UTA, he received multiple awards and scholarships including: ITE Outstanding Student Award, College of Engineering Academic Excellence Award, and Graduate Studies Dissertation Fellowship. While at UTA, he worked as a graduate lecturer at the College of Engineering, teaching fundaments of engineering and design, application of modeling software in engineering projects, and Geographical Information Systems. He also has the experience of working with different governmental agencies including Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), North Central Texas Council of Government (NCTCOG) and municipalities in DFW Metroplex. Given his passion for the life in large cities, he plans to continue his professional career in urban mobility solutions, traffic data analysis, and transportation systems analysis.


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