University of New Mexico
Assistant Professor | Civil Engineering
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.
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.
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.