Autonomous Vehicles: A Long Sought Disruptive [R]Evolution

Please make plans to join us Monday December 5, 2016, for our next installment of Cafe Scientifique. We will be featuring Dr. Aly Tawfik, an Assistant Professor, from the Department of Civil and Geomatics Engineering at Fresno State. The presentation will start by identifying main reasons behind the un-sustainability of existing transportation systems, reasons driving for a transportation [r]evolution. Then, the presentation will highlight the main features of the future autonomous transportation solution. Last, the presentation will discuss some of the most prominent impacts of autonomous transportation and demonstrate why it is characterized as a disruptive [r]evolution. Come early for dinner and the talk starts promptly at 7:00 PM

Dr.Tawfik is an Assistant Professor in the Department of  Civil and Geomatics Engineering at Fresno State whose interests include Human Travel Behavior, Sustainable Transportation Systems, Transportation and Land Use Planning, Traffic Flow Theory and Control, and Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality Applications in Transportation Research.

Who: Dr. Aly Tawfik

When: December 5, 2016, at 7:00 PM

Where: Santa Fe Basque, 3110 N. Maroa Ave., Fresno, CA