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Joon Byun
Air Quality Modeling Specialist
10 South Howard Street, Suite 4000
Baltimore, MD 21201

Ph: (410) 962-0069
FAX: (410) 962-3655
joon.byun@dot.gov


Education
•    Ph.D., Transportation Planning and Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of New York
•    Master of Science, Transportation Planning, Polytechnic Institute of New York
•    M.E., Transportation Systems Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology
•    Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Seoul National University

Expertise/Specialty
•    Transportation and Air Quality Model Integration
•    MOBILE and MOVES
•    CAL3QHC/R
•    CALINE4
•    COMMUTER
•    Air Quality Evaluation from TCM/TDM Projects
•    MySQL
•    AERMOD

Languages
•    Korean, Speak Read Write

Professional Associations
•    Transportation Research Board, Member

Professional Highlights
•    6 1/2 years, Air Quality Analysis Division, FHWA [Air Quality Modeling]

•    5 years, Office of Traffic Management and IVHS, FHWA [Software Development, TRAF Simulation Software (NETSIM, FRESIM, CORFLO, etc.)]

•    5 years, Associate Professor, Graduate School Transportation Program, Morgan State University, Transportation Systems Evaluation, Statistics, Travel Forecasting Models, etc.

•    5 years, Senior Transportation Planner, Regional Planning Council, Baltimore, UTPS modeling, Long-Range Transportation Plan Modeling (Prepared Mobile Source Emissions Inventory for 1982 Maryland SIP)

•    Air Quality Analysis for Transportation Plans and Projects, 1st Draft Completed, 300 pages under review, March 2000

•    Simultaneous Determination of Land Use and Travel Demand, TRB, Jan. 1995

•    Getting Traffic Systems Solutions with TRAF-Family Models, ITE 1991 Compendium of Technical Papers, Sep. 1991

•    Improved Emission Estimation Techniques for Computerized Networks, Prepared for FHWA, Contract #DTFH 61-80-C-00069, May 1982

•    Mobile Source Emissions Inventory, Regional Planning Council, May 1982

•    Development of a New Congestion Index, Prepared for FHWA, 1992

•    The Role of Traffic Operations/IVHS in Helping Meet the 1990 Clean Air Requirement, Oct. 1991

•    Model Choice Model Development in the Baltimore Region, Regional Planning Council, 1985

•    Development of a Trip Generation Model, Regional Planning Council, May 1982

•    Special Skills: Air Quality Modeling Mobile Source Emissions Inventory, Travel Activity Forecasting, Traffic Flow Simulation, Traffic Signal Operations

•    Air Quality Impact Analysis NEPA Projects, Travel Demand Measures, Transportation Control Measures, Congestion Management, High Occupancy lanes, ITS Deployment, Air Quality Policies, New Vehicle Standards

•    Review Technical Papers Research Documents, Documents based on Air Quality Models

•    Staff Training Transportation Conformity Analysis, MOBILE5, MOBILE6, CO Hot Spot Analysis

•    7 years, Resource Center at Baltimore, FHWA (Air Quality Modeling)

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