On June 22, Assistant Professor Chen Zhibin of New York University Shanghai Branch was invited to visit our base for exchanges.
On the afternoon of the 22nd, Assistant Professor Chen Zhibin and his entourage visited the car network and smart car test site of our base Lishui Campus, on the "automatic driving vehicle lane", "electric vehicle dynamic wireless charging technology", "the traffic network under the mixed traffic flow environment" Mode, etc., and in-depth exchanges and discussions with young teachers, doctoral students and master students.
On the afternoon of the 23rd, Assistant Professor Chen Zhibin gave a special report entitled "Path Controlling of Automated Vehicles for System Optimum on Transportation Networks with Heterogeneous Traffic Stream" in the base conference room. This report shows Professor Chen's research results in the past six months and is the optimal autonomous vehicle routing control system for mixed traffic flow systems. The study establishes the optimal intelligent network vehicle path control mechanism considering the system optimization, and draws the optimal path based on the linear programming model and determines the minimum controlled vehicle ratio required to achieve the optimal system. At the same time, combined with theoretical derivation and numerical simulation method, the related properties of the minimum controlled vehicle ratio under different traffic conditions are studied. After the special report, Professor Chen and the participating teachers and students had a heated discussion on topics such as “New Mixed Traffic Flow Characteristics and Control Mechanism” and “Macro Middle View Micro-Level Unmanned Vehicle Control”. The content of the report was highly praised by the teachers and students. More than 20 young teachers and graduate students from the base participated in the seminar.
Chen Zhibin is an assistant professor at the School of Engineering, New York University. He received his Ph.D. in Transportation Engineering from the University of Florida in 2017. Before the University of New York, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, from 2017 to 2019. Professor Chen Zhibin's main research directions include: traffic network modeling and optimization, transportation economics, vehicle and traffic flow control methods based on emerging technologies. He has won several academic paper awards such as "Stella Dafermos Best Paper Award" and "Ryuichi Kitamura Paper Award at the 95th TRB Annual Meeting". He is currently a reviewer for important international journals such as Transportation Research Part B-Methodological, Transportation Research Part C-Emerging Technology.
Professor Chen Zhibin is making a report