At one of the most exciting events of the year at ECST (College of Engineering, Computer Science and Technology), the EcoCAR3 - Congested Traffic Simulator team and the Urban Multi-Sensor System team proudly presented the year-long work on connected vehicles and environmental impact assessment.


Members of EcoCar3 - Congested Traffic Simulator team (from left): Jia-Wei Wang, Dandell Ilano, Edward Ramirez and Mauricio Velasco (not pictured) during the presentation.

This picture was taken after a group meeting on Friday, March 9th at Smart City Lab at CSULA. From left: Jiheng Huang, Jia-Wei Wang, Yair De Jesus, Edward Ramirez, Joshua Saunders, Dr. Shaurya Agarwal, Brian Aguilar, Emmanuel Recela, Oscar Sanabria and Mauricio Velasco.

The day also marked a three-week research and development period before an internal project deadline on March 31st.

Smart City Lab team presented "Development of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Testbed" at the Student Symposium on Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities (RSCA). From left: Jia-Wei Wang, Mauricio Velasco, Dandell Ilano and Edward Ramirez.

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TRB 2018, Washington DC

CSULA student with Dr. Shaurya Agarwal and Dr. Mehran Mazari at Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting, 2018


25th Annual Student Symposium on Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities (RSCA), 2017


Dr. Pushkin Kachroo of University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Dr. Shaurya Agarwal at 12th Conference on Transportation Planning and Implementation Methodologies for Developing Countries (TPMDC), 2016