Teaching

Supervision

Year

2020-present

2020-present

2020

2020-present

2020-present

2019-2020


Course

PhD

Master

Master

Honours

Honours

Honours


Name

Grigorev Artur

Clara Jeanne Broudin

Tamer El Aqqad

Sukhmun Deep Pooni

Alexander Vuletich

Dong Hwi Kim


Topic

Modelling impact of traffic disruptions using AI

Multimodal network under COVID-19 restrictions

Reliability, Vulnerability, Resilience during COVID-19

Optimum dwell time in Sydney Metro

The effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Networks

PT priority on group-based optimisation methods

Lecture

Year

2019

2018

2018

2018

2017

2017

2017

2011

2010

2009

2009


Code

ENCN412

ENTR608

ENTR617

ENCN412

ENTR617

ENTR615

ENCN412

TRN310

TRN460

TRN313

TRN311


Course

Traffic engineering

Special topic in transport engineering

Traffic network modelling and optimisation

Traffic engineering

Traffic engineering and design

Transport network modelling

Traffic engineering

Travel demand forecasting

Traffic information and GIS for transportation

Comprehensive plan for transportation

Travel demand forecasting practice


University

University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury

Ajou University

Ajou University

Ajou University

Ajou University


Hour

10

4

4

4

2

8

2

40

40

40

40

Lecture description

2019 Traffic Engineering – Lecturer

      • Course code: ENCN412 (Level 4, undergraduate)

      • Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury

      • In part of this course, a basic principle of microscopic simulation was provided with an introduction to AIMSUN. In addition, I led 8 hours-lectures and tutorials to teach how to design civil infrastructure for traffic network analysis.

2018 Special Topic in Transport Engineering – Lecturer

      • Course code: ENTR608 (graduate)

      • Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury

      • In part of this course, network analysis and operations are provided in AIMSUN and TRANSYT software.

2018 Traffic Network Modelling and Optimisation – Lecturer

      • Course code: ENTR617 (graduate)

      • Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury

      • In part of this course, linear and non-linear mathematical programming approach for designing signal plans are provided.

2018 Traffic Engineering – Lecturer

      • Course code: ENCN412 (Level 4, undergraduate)

      • Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury

      • In part of this course, a basic principle of microscopic simulation was provided with an introduction to AIMSUN. In addition, I led 4 hours-lectures and tutorials to teach how to design civil infrastructure for traffic network analysis.

2017 Traffic Engineering and Design – Lecturer

      • Course code: ENTR617 (graduate)

      • Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury

      • In part of this course, basic principles of fluid approximation and shock wave analysis were introduced.

      • For students’ term project, I have instructed a use of CTMSIM program based on MATLAB.

2017 Transport Network Modelling – Lecturer

      • Course code: ENTR615 (graduate)

      • Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury

      • In part of this course, advanced methods for traffic signal design was introduced.

2017 Traffic Engineering – Lecturer

      • Course code: ENCN412 (Level 4, undergraduate)

      • Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury

      • In part of this course, basic principle of traffic signal design was introduced.

2011 Travel-Demand Forecasting – Lecturer

      • Course code: TRN310 (Level 3, undergraduate)

      • Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University

      • In this course, traditional four steps travel demand forecasting method, including trip generation, trip distribution, modal split, and trip assignment, and the latest transportation planning strategies were introduced.

2010 Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation – Lecturer

      • Course code: TRN460 (Level 4, undergraduate)

      • Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University

      • In this course, the basic principle of GIS and traffic information facilities are introduced.

      • Working-level instruction in the use of ArcView GIS computer software was provided.

2009 Comprehensive Plan for Transportation – Lecturer

      • Course code: TRN313 (Level 3, undergraduate)

      • Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University

      • In this course, working-level instruction in the use of TransCAD 5.0 computer software was provided to follow a guidance of a preliminary feasibility study in South Korea.

      • I have guided undergraduate students’ team projects.

2009 Travel Demand Forecasting Practice – Instructor

      • Course code: TRN311 (Level 3, undergraduate)

      • Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University

      • In this course, basic uses of TransCAD 5.0 computer software was introduced to understand a practical use of traditional four steps travel demand forecasting method.


Tutorial description

2012 – 2016 Capstone Design Project / Engineering Design and Communication – Tutor

      • Course code: CIVL4101 / CIVL 2001 (Level 4 / 2, undergraduate)

      • Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong

      • In part of this course, my primary goals as a tutor were as follows: 1) to provide an appropriate variety of international manuals and guidelines related to traffic-impact assessment (TIA) to aid the students’ projects; 2) to train them in teams in the use of computer applications for TIA, such as VISSIM and OSCADY Pro) to invigilate, mark, and provide feedback on their individual reports and mathematical assignments every week; and 4) to advise the students on minor problems arising during their projects.

2009 Travel-Demand Forecasting – Tutor

      • Course code: TRN310 (Level 3, undergraduate)

      • Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University

      • In this course, I prepared all of the class materials for the 16-weeks course; drafted questions for a mid-term examination, a final examination, and regular quizzes; and counseled individual attendees to aid their understanding of the materials covered.

Lecture note

  • Area traffic control part I and part II, 2019, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • TRANSYT 15 tutorial part I and part II, 2019, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • AIMSUN tutorial part I and part II, 2019, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Traffic simulation – AIMSUN, 2019, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Network analysis in AIMSUN, 2018, ENTR608 – Traffic Network Modelling and Optimization (graduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Optimization process in TRANSYT, 2018, ENTR608 – Traffic Network Modelling and Optimization (graduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Optimization of signal timings for area traffic control, 2018, ENTR608 – Traffic Network Modelling and Optimization (graduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Traffic control devices part II: traffic signal design, 2018, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Traffic control devices part I: traffic signs and markings, 2018, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • AIMSUN - Tutorial, 2018, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Introduction to AIMSUN, 2018, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Shock wave analysis, 2017, ENTR617 – Traffic Engineering and Design (graduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • CTMSIM with MATLAB - Tutorial, 2017, ENTR617 – Traffic Engineering and Design (graduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Traffic signal design part I and part II, 2017, ENTR617 – Traffic Engineering and Design (graduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Traffic control devices part I and part II, 2017, ENCN412 – Traffic Engineering (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury.

  • Activity-based model & TDF summary, 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • Introduction to trip assignment I and II, 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • Introduction to modal split I, II, III, and IV, 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • LIMDEP exercise, 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • Introduction to trip distribution I, II, and III, 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • Linear regression I, II, III, and IV 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • Introduction to trip generation, 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • Common knowledge for TDF I and II, 2011, TRN310 – Travel-Demand Forecasting (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University.

  • Archived data management system and data user service, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Traffic guidance signs, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Data fusion, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Traffic data process, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Traffic data collection I and II, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • GIS software – ESRI ArcView I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • GIS – transportation, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Map and GIS, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Map, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Introduction to GIS – Transportation, 2010, TRN460 – Traffic Information and GIS for Transportation (Level 4, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • TransCAD 5.0 I, II, III, IV, and V, 2009, TRN313 – Comprehensive Plan for Transportation (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Trip assignment I, II, and III, 2009, TRN313 – Comprehensive Plan for Transportation (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • OD matrix and network I and II, 2009, TRN313 – Comprehensive Plan for Transportation (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Korea traffic database for transportation projects, 2009, TRN313 – Comprehensive Plan for Transportation (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Introduction to a preliminary feasibility study, 2009, TRN313 – Comprehensive Plan for Transportation (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Prediction of future OD matrix and network I and II, 2009, TRN311 – Travel Demand Forecasting Practice (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Calibration I and II in trip assignment, 2009, TRN311 – Travel Demand Forecasting Practice (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • VDF and toll pricing, 2009, TRN311 – Travel Demand Forecasting Practice (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • OD separation and calibration, 2009, TRN311 – Travel Demand Forecasting Practice (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Temporal and spatial research area, 2009, TRN311 – Travel Demand Forecasting Practice (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)

  • Introduction to TransCAD 5.0 I and II, 2009, TRN311 – Travel Demand Forecasting Practice (Level 3, undergraduate), Department of Transportation System Engineering, Ajou University. (in Korean)