Earl (Rusty) Lee IIPh.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Assistant Professor / Director, T2 / LTAP Center
|Office:||308 DuPont Hall|
Short BioResearch Interests:
Applied operations research methodologies in the areas of homeland security, hazards mitigation, and vulnerability; technologies for collaborative decision making, with particular emphasis on incident and emergency management; advanced traffic engineering; intelligent transportation systems
Education2006: Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
2004: Master of Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1978: Bachelor of Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Honors and AwardsSummer Faculty Institute: University of Delaware, 2008
Del and Ruth Karger Doctoral Dissertation Prize: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2007
Fellowship: Public Entity Risk Institute, Natural Hazards Research and Applications Center, University of Colorado and the National Science Foundation, 2004.
“Marine Vessels as Substitutes for Heavy-Duty Trucks in Great Lakes Freight Transportation” (with B. Comer, J. Corbett, S. Hawker, K. Korfmacher, C. Prokop, J. Winebrake). Journal of the Air&Waste Management Association, Vol. 6, No. 7, 2010.
“Urban Bus Transit Network Modeling Using Ant Algorithms” (with S. Eshragh, S.A. Zargari, and A. Faghri). Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 80-83, 2010.
"A Mathematical Optimization Model for Locating Telecommuting Centers" (with M. T. Shourijeh and A. Faghri). Being prepared for submission to the European Journal of Operations Research. (to be submitted in November, 2009)
"A Statistical Comparison of Methods to Determine Travel Times and Driver Delay" (with R. Wang and A. Faghri). Being prepared for GPS Solutions. (to be submitted in September, 2009)
"Measuring Driver Compliance with Dynamic Route Guidance Systems – Results from a Field Experiment" (with A. Demers, G. List and W. Wallace). Being prepared for IEEE Transactions in Intelligent Transportation Systems. (to be submitted in December, 2009)
Being prepared for submission to Journal of Infrastructure Systems. (to be submitted in December, 2009)
|Fall||CIEG 650||Urban Transportation Systems|
|Fall||CIEG 486 / CIEG 667||Engineering Project Management|
|Spring||CIEG 467/667||Optimal Design|
|Spring||CIEG 161||Freshman Design|