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Grove School of EngineeringDepartment
Marshak Hall MR 914
Dr. Camille Kamga is Acting Director for the University Transportation Research Center, and is an Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at The City College of New York. The Region 2 University Transportation Research Center is one of ten original National Centers, established in 1987, in recognition that transportation plays a key role in the nation's economy and in the quality of people's lives. Dr. Kamga oversees the administration of the Center activities and its information technology components, and works closely with federal, regional and state transportation planning and policy organizations. He also serves as member of the Board of Director of the Intelligent Transportation Society of NY - a professional group providing education and outreach to foster the understanding of ITS applications and technologies. He holds a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, specializing in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). He received his Masters in Civil Engineering, specializing in Transportation, in 1997, and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Moncton in Canada. Dr. Kamga received a Certificate in Database Management from New York University in 2000. He is the 2006 recipient of the National Pikarsky Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Science and Technology from the Council of University Transportation Center. In addition to his research and administrative duties, Dr. Kamga has participated in numerous transportation-related projects at UTRC
EducationDoctorate in Transportation Engineering, 2006The City University of New York, New YorkMaster in Civil Engineering, 1997The City University of New York, New YorkB.Sc. in Civil Engineering, 1993University of Moncton, Canada
CEI2600 – Urban Transportation Planning
G4900 - Transportation Network Analysis
CE I2400 - Analytical Methods in Transportation
Research Interests· Intelligent Transportation Systems· Traffic Incident Management· Transportation Operations, Management and Organizations· Transportation Policy and Planning· Transportation Safety· Urban Sustainability
Sisiopiku, V. P., Li, X., Mouskos, K. C., Kamga, C., Barrett, C., and Abro, A. M., "Dynamic Traffic Assignment Modeling for Incident Management", Transportation Research Record 1994, pp 110-116, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., 2007.
Kyriacos Mouskos, Athanasios Ziliaskopoulos, Steven Chien, and Camille Kamga, "Implementing Dynamic Traffic Assignment to Support Incident Management," ICTPA Annual Meeting (Peer Reviewed), Hong Kong, May 2006.
McKnight, C.E, Levinson, H, S., Ozbay, K., Kamga, C., and Paaswell, R. E., "Impact of Traffic Congestion on Bus Travel Time in Northern New Jersey", Transportation Research Record 1884, pp 7-35, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., 2004. Symposium Proceedings: "NextGen: The Future of Aviation", New York City, NY. February 25, 2009.
"NYSDOT Peer Exchange Meetings: Creating a strategically driven transportation research program and Conducting a comprehensive evaluation to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of a State Department of Transportation research program", Albany, NY. June 25-26, 2008.
Advisory Panel Report: "Transportation – Trouble Ahead: Findings and Recommendations of the New York State Advisory Panel on Transportation Policy for 2025", New York, November 2004.