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Krause, Cory  

First Name :  Cory
Last Name :  Krause
Telephone :  202-493-3205
E-mail :  cory.krause@dot.gov
Title :  Pathways Civil Engineer (Student Intern)
Team :  Transportation Operations Concepts and Analysis Team
Backup Person :  N/A
Office Code :  HRDI-20
Office :  Office of Operations Research and Development

 

 

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Student Pathways Program
  • Review existing literature on various transportation operations topics and prepare synthesis of research studies and findings.
  • Use traffic simulation models to study the operational benefits of innovative road treatments such as intersections and interchanges.
  • Prepare experimental design and conduct field data collection such as traffic counts, speed, travel time, conflict measures, erratic behaviors, video data recording and extraction.
  • Prepare annotated outline of research projects and write technical papers and summary reports for peer reviews and publications.