I have taught the following classes at the U of A. All class descriptions can be found in the U of A course calendar, on Bear Tracks.
Undergraduate: CIV E 411 Transportation Engineering II
Taught Fall 2012-2017, 2019
This 4th year elective class provides a more in-depth coverage of transportation engineering and planning concepts. Material includes: characteristics of traffic flow, Greenshield’s speed-density relationship, shockwaves; unsignalized intersections and gap analysis; signalized intersection analysis and design; Level of Service and capacity; travel demand models and regional planning.
All lecture materials for this course will be posted here sometime in 2020.
Graduate: CIV E 613 Transportation Systems & Demand Analysis
Taught Winter 2012, 2013, 2016, 2019, 2020; Fall 2016, 2017
This class provides an introduction to systems analysis concepts for assessing and managing transportation demand. The winter 2020 class will also contain a module on transportation networks, developed with Sabrena Ohi as part of my McCalla Professorship.
Graduate: CIV E 719 Topics in Transportation Policy
Taught Winter 2017
This class introduces transportation engineering graduate students to a wide range of important topics in transportation planning and policy.
Graduate: CIV E 612 Transportation Planning: Methodology and Techniques
Taught Fall 2011-2013, Winter 2015, Fall 2015
This is a core class for all graduate students in transportation engineering.