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Haghani, Ali

Haghani, Ali

Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Office of Advanced Engineering Education
3136 Jeong H. Kim Building

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1986
  • M.S., Northwestern University, 1982
  • B.S., Shiraz University, 1976

 

 

  • Transportation network modeling
  • Freight transportation and logistics
  • Emergency response
  • Dynamic fleet management
  • Container transportation
  • Mass transit operations

 

UMD Experts Tackle Critical Topics at Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting

Faculty, staff, and student involvment exemplified the theme "Transportation Innovation: Leading the Way in an Era of Rapid Change."

UMD Research Empowers Leaner Bus Systems for Schools

Created for the Howard County Public School System in Maryland, UMD's bus system optimization tool is potentially applicable to most school systems

CEE Transportation Researchers Tackle Critical Topics at 95th TRB Annual Meeting

Areas include visualization, resilience, high-speed rail, and green vehicles.

Park Receives Student Paper Award at 2015 TRF Annual Meeting

CEE Ph.D. student recognized during 2015 Transportation Research Forum Annual Meeting.

Schwartz Appointed Chair of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of Maryland professor will begin new role in early January.

Clark School to Work with Afghan Ministry of Public Works

Collaborations center on highways, driving condition information and other transportation projects.  

Dr. Ali Haghani Invited To Present Keynote Speeches in China

CEE's professor and chair, Dr. Ali Haghani, was recently invited as the keynote speaker at international conferences.

Upcoming Maryland Day Highlights

Visit the Clark School Saturday for demonstrations, hands-on activities and more.

Ali Haghani Named Director of CITSM

Dr. Ali Haghani named Director of the Center for Integrated Transportation Systems Management

Welcome New Grad Students!

Forty-six new students joined to learn about the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and accept the role of grad student