2019 rCITI - 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition
Our group enjoyed the 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) presentations on Fri 19 July 2019 from some of the more advance PhD candidates:-
|1. Mudabber Ashfaq, particpant||
Modelling Congestion Propagation as a spreading phenomenon
|2.Shantanu Chakraborty, WINNER||
Study Of The Analytical Properties Of Higher Order Traffic Models For Dynamic Assignment (DTA)
|3. Zesheng Cheng, particpant||
Big Data Analysis On Urban Transport Network
|4.Rico Krueger, particpant||
Mixture Models for Travel Demand Analysis
|5. Tanapon Lilasathapornkit, particpant||
Modelling Pedestrian Flow in Large-Scale Networks’
|6. Chence Niu, particpant||
|7. Malith Ranaweera Kankanamge, 1st runner up||
Data Substantiation in Mobility
|8.Amolika Sinha, 2nd runner up||
Actuarial risks involved with AV’s
|9. Amarin Siripanich, particpant||
L-R Chence, Shantanu, Zesheng, Amolika, Rico, Amarin, Tanapon
Shantanu Chakraborty (rCITI 3MT round winner) and Amolika Sinha (rCITI 3MT 2nd Runner Up) - went on to attend the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering round on Thursday 26 July, where he was also was award 1st prize. He will go on to Represent the school at the Faculty rounds held on Thursday 1 August 2-4pm at CLB 5.
Please join me in congratulating the prize winners.
Thank you Edward Robson (MC), Xiang Zhang (timekeeper), Taha Hossein Rashidi/ Neeraj Saxena / Milad Ghasribhouzani (Judges) and Maria Lee (organiser) for helping make this event run so smoothly and all the staff and students who attended to support our outstanding representatives.