ITS News

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    Congratulations to Transportation Engineering doctoral student Edward Forscher, who has been selected to participate in the 25th annual Eno Future Leaders Development Conference in Washington, DC, June 4-8, 2017.

     

     

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     A group of 9 undergraduates have restarted the CEE Transportation Team. Their inaugural competition will be the ASCE Mid-Pacific Regional Competition in Chico, CA on April 22.

     

     

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    The Transportation Engineering Open House culminates with an ITS Seminar: “The Trump Administration on Transport: A New Era in Planning, Infrastructure, and Governance” in 290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building at 3:30 pm on April 3.

     

     

     

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    In just a few short years, the UAVs @ Berkeley club has gone from an idea to a thriving club with a workspace at the NEXTOR offices at ITS Berkeley. Now, five pilots will be comoeting in the first ever Collegiate Drone Racing National Championship at Purdue University April 15.

     

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     The Graduate Division in collaboration with the Graduate Council of the Academic Senate has named UC Berkeley Assistant Professor Scott Moura as a 2017 Carol D. Soc Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring Award Winner.

     

     

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     In late March and April, Institutes of Transportation Studies at UC Berkeley, Davis, Irvine and Los Angeles will be presenting a series of policy forums at the UC Center Sacramento. This series presents the latest thinking and scientific insights on a range of transportation challenges facing our state and nation.

     

     

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    UC Berkeley graduate students Anthony Barrs and Baiyu Chen were awarded the top prize and $50,000 for their design at the Infrastructure Vision 2050 Challenge, hosted by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers in Las Vegas. The competition solicited design solutions that could address some of the biggest challenges facing the United States' infrastructure system.

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    The TE Open House culminates with an ITS Seminar: “The Trump Administration on Transport: A New Era in Planning, Infrastructure, and Governance” in 290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building at 3:30 pm on April 3.

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    Private and public transportation partners, including PATH, conducted a partially automated truck platooning demonstration in California Wednesday at the Los Angeles Port complex and along the Interstate 110 freeway.

     

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    UC Berkeley's Daniel Aranki, Roel Dobbe, Jaime F. Fisac, and Cathy Wu discuss the benefits and risks; the good, the bad, and the unintended; reining in the carousel of progress; and anticipating and integrating policy in relation to the future of automated vehicles in the Berkeley Science Review.