B.S. Hanyang University, 1993M.S. Hanyang University, 1995Ph.D. Texas A&M University, 1998Research Fellow, National Institute of Statistical Sciences, 1998 - 2001
"My research develops and implements technology solutions to improve efficiency and safety of surface transportation system."
B Brian Park, Associate Professor
Brian Park is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Virginia. Prior to joining the University of Virginia, he was a Research Fellow at the National Institute of Statistical Sciences and a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at North Carolina State University. Dr. Park received the B.S. and the M.S. from the Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, in 1993 and 1995, respectively, and the Ph.D. from the Texas A&M University in 1998.
Dr. Park is a recipient of PTV America Best Paper Award, Outstanding Reviewer Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers, Jack H. Dillard Outstanding Paper Award from the Virginia Transportation Research Council and Charley V. Wootan Award (for best Ph.D. dissertation) from the Council of University Transportation Centers. He is an ASCE ExCEEd teaching fellow.
He is an Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Transportation, an Associate Editor of the American Society of Civil Engineers Journal of Transportation Engineering, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems and the KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, and an editorial board member of the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. Furthermore, he is a member of TRB (a division of the National Academies) Vehicle Highway Automation Committee and Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications Committee, and chair of Simulation subcommittee of Traffic Signal Systems Committee. He is also Chair of Advanced Technologies Committee of ASCE Transportation and Development Institute.
PTV Group Best Paper Award2012
ASCE Outstanding Reviewer2010
PTV America Best Paper Award2008
American Society of Civil Engineers’ Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) Teaching Fellow2004
Jack H. Dillard Outstanding Paper Award, Virginia Transportation Research Council2004
Council of University Transportation Centers C.V. Wootan Award in the Recognition of Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation1999
Internet of Things
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Human Machine Interface
Computational Statistics and Simulation/Statistical Modeling
Optimization Models and Methods
Infrastructure Engineering/Transportation Studies
“Results of Transit Signal Priority Experiment in Connected Vehicle Technology Environment,” ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems, in press Lee, Y-J., S. Dadvar, J. Hu and B. B. Park
“Exploring Environmentally Sustainable Traffic Signal Warrant for Planning Application,” International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, in press Hong, S., J. Hu, B. B. Park
“Parsimonious Shooting Heuristic for Trajectory Design of Connected Automated Traffic, Part II: Computation Issues and Optimization,” Transportation Research, Part B, in press Ma, J., X. Li, F. Zhou, J. Hu and B. B. Park
“Transit Signal Priority Accommodating Conflicting Requests under Connected Vehicle Technology,” Transportation Research, Part C, Vol. 69, 2016, pp. 173-192 Hu, J., B. B. Park, and Y-J. Lee
“Field Evaluations of an Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System Using Private Sector Probe Data,” ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 142, No. 1, 2016 Hu, J., M. F. Fontaine, B. B. Park, and J. Ma
“Microscopic Estimation of Freeway Vehicle Positions from the Behavior of Connected Vehicles,” Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol. 20, No 1, 2016, pp. 45-54 Goodall, N. J., B. L. Smith and B. Park
“Calibrating Communications Simulator for Connected Vehicles Application,” Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol. 20, No. 1, 2016, pp. 55-65 Su, P., J. Lee and B. Park
“Auction-Based Highway Reservation System an Agent-Based Simulation Study,” Transportation Research Part C, Vol. 60, 2015, pp. 211-226 Su, P. and B. B. Park
“Coordinated Transit Signal Priority Supporting Transit Progression Under Connected Vehicle Technology,” Transportation Research Part C, Vol. 55, 2015, pp. 393-408 Hu, J., B. B. Park and Y-J Lee
“Optimality Versus Run Time for Isolated Signalized Intersections,” Transportation Research Part C, Vol. 55, June 2015, pp. 191-202 Hale, D., B. B. Park, A. Stevanovic, P. Su, and J. Ma
“Development and Validation of a Vehicle Dynamics-Integrated Traffic Safety Simulation Environment for Enhanced Surrogate Safety Measures,” Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Vol. 29, No. 5, 2015 So, J., B. Park, S. M. Wolfe, and G. Dedes
"Classification Modeling Approach for Vehicle Dynamics Model-Integrated Traffic Simulation Assessing Surrogate Safety," Journal of Advanced Transportation, Vol. 49, 2015, pp. 416-433 So, J., B. B. Park and I. Yun
“The Effect of Age, Gender and Roadway Environment on the Acceptance and Effectiveness of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems,” Transportation Research, Part F, Vol. 31, 2015, pp. 12-24 Son, J., M. Park, and B. B. Park
“Quantifying the Benefits of Adaptive Split Feature on the Operation of Coordinated Actuated Traffic Signal System,” KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 19, Issue 1, 2015, pp. 311-317 Park, B. B., Y. Chen, H. Cho and I. Yun
“Development and Evaluation of an Enhanced Surrogate Safety Assessment Framework,” Transportation Research Part C, Vol. 50, Jan. 2015, pp. 51-67 So, J., G. Dedes, B. B. Park, S. HosseinyAlamdary, and D. Grejner-Brzezinska
Cyber Physical System for Intelligent Transportation Systems Applications (ICE 805 at DGIST)
Transportation Safety (CE 6450)
Traffic Operations (CE 5400)
Advanced Integrated Transportation Systems Models (CE 7460)
Introduction to Transportation Planning (CE 445)
Integrated Transportation Systems Models (CE 632)
Applied Statistics and Probability (APMA 311)
Infrastructure Management (CE 613)
Traffic Flow Theory (CE 702 at NCSU)
Featured Grants & Projects
Development of Safety Evaluation Technologies and Test-beds for Automated Vehicles
In order to determine factors affecting safety of automated vehicles within a virtual testbed, this project develops a PreScan software based testbed and assess safety impacts of sensor accuracies, communication delays, weather conditions, roadway geometries, etc.
Meso Simulation Modeling Guidance
To support Virginia Department of Transportation in selecting a proper modeling tool, this project reviews existing off-the-shelf mesoscopic simulation modeling tools including AIMSUN and VISSIM, and evaluates their pros and cons using a case study.
Development and Verification of Signal Operation Algorithms in Local Intersection Network utilizing V2X Communication Infrastructure
This project develops and evaluates traffic signal control algorithms under vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure communication environment.
Improving Energy Efficiency by Leveraging Connected Vehicle Technology
This project develops and evaluates speed harmonization algorithm that minimizes each vehicle's changes in acceleration. Unlike state of the art approach requiring model predictive control.
WiFi Reader for passenger waiting times and origin-destination estimation
This research focuses on estimating passenger waiting time at bus stop, and origin-destination by tracking a unique identifier of WiFi device (i.e., smartphone) without requiring user's permission.