University of New Mexico

Greg Rowangould

Assistant Professor | Civil Engineering

Current Graduate Students

Amir Poorfakhraei (PhD Civil Eng. Candidate)

 

Research Interests:

After 6 years of extensive research experience on data analysis, predictive analytics, machine learning, and handling big data, I am breaking into a data science career. World population will be 8 billion soon; to stabilize the world and meet the needs of all today while planning for the future, I think that Data Science aimed at better understanding behavioral data is critical. I have just started sharing my insights on Data Science, videos, and coding tricks you might like on Twitter, YouTube and GitHub.

Angela Archibeque (Master of Community and Regional Planning Student)

  • BA Media Arts, University of New Mexico, USA

 

Julia Seymour (MS Civl Eng. Student)

  • BS Civil Engineering, University of New Mexico, USA

 

Mohammad Tayarani (PhD Civil Eng. Candidate)

  • BS Civil Engineering, Tabriz University, Iran
  • MS Transportation Planning, Sharif University of Technology, Iran
  • Email: tayarani@unm.edu
  • Website:http://tayarani.people.unm.edu

 

About Mohammad:

My research focuses on creating the next generation of vehicle emission exposure modeling. This work involves travel demand and air quality modeling along with lots of scripting. I am also interested in studying bike facilities. One day I wish to wrap up my research on humanitarian logistics. I am always dreaming about camping and hiking but it only come true a few times a year.

Razieh Nadafianshahamabadi (PhD Civil Eng. Candidate)

  • BS Urban Planning Engineering, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
  • MS Urban Planning, Shahid Beheshti University (National University of Iran), Tehran, Iran
  • Email: rnadafianshahamabadi@unm.edu
  • Website: http://rnadafianshahamabadi.people.unm.edu/

 

About Razieh:

My primary research is on understanding planning challenges and problems so that we can create more effective transportation plans. I am interested in understanding how the planning process can be more effective at providing long-term, sustainable solutions, particularly, those related to climate change, air quality, accessibility, and environmental justice.

Current Undergraduate Students

Alexis Corning-Padilla (BS Civil Eng. Student)

 

Stephen MontaƱo (BS Civil Eng. Student)

 

Former Students

Rahul Reddy Gade (MS Civil Eng. 2016)

 

Research Interests:

  • Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety
  • Sustainable Urban Transportation
  • Transit Oriented Development
  • Transportation Planning

Contact

Gregory Rowangould

Civil Engineering Department, MSC01 1070

1 University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM 87131

 

Ph (505) 277-1973

rowangould@unm.edu