王启星

姓名: 王启星
职称: 弘深青年教师
研究方向: 智慧城市,智能交通, 交通网络建模
联系方式: qixing.wang178@cqu.edu.cn
地址: 中国重庆沙坪坝区沙正街街道174号, 400044

I am a Hongshen Lecture in the College of Computer Science, Chongqing University, Chongqing, China. I obtained Ph.D. degree from University of Connecticut, CT, USA in 2019. From 2012 to 2015 I was a Transportation Planner and Modeler with CDM Smith, New Haven, CT, USA. My research interests include smart city, intelligent transportation system, and transportation network modeling.

Publication

Selected Journal Articles

  1. Wang, Q. and L. Huang (2020). Tragedy of the commons in transportation. American Economic Review. Manuscript in preparation.
  2. Wang, Q. and F. Miao (2020). Pricing for Autonomous Vehicle E-hailing Services Reliability and performance improvement. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering. Manuscript in preparation.
  3. Wang, Q. and Nicholas E. Lownes. “All-Links-Based E-Hailing Pricing and Surcharge Mechanism for Transportation System Performance Improvement.” Transportation Research Record 2673.12 (2019): 103-114.
  4. Lownes, N.E., Wang, Q.(Corresponding Author), Ibrahim, S., Ammar, R., Rajasekaran, S. and Sharma, D. (2012). “A Many-to-Many Game Theoretic Approach to Measuring Transportation Network Vulnerability”, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2263, pp. 1-8.
  5. Wang, Q. , L. Fiondella, N.E. Lownes, A. Byrd, S. Tolba, S. Rajasekaran and R. Ammar (2011). “Integrating Equilibrium Assignment in Game-theoretic Approach to Measure Many-to-Many Transportation Network Vulnerability”, IEEE Technologies for Homeland Security (HST), pp. 351-357.

Selected Conference Papers

  1. Wang, Q., F. Miao, J. Wu and N.E. Lownes (2019). Dynamic Pricing for Autonomous Vehicle E-hailing Services Reliability and Performance Improvement. Proceeding of 2019 IEEE 15th International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  2. Wang, Q. and N.E. Lownes (2019). All Links Based E-hailing Pricing and Surcharge Mechanism for Transportation system Performance Improvement. Proceedings of the 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC., United State.
  3. Wang, Q.(2018). E-hailing pricing and surcharge mechanism for transportation system performance improvement. Proceedings of 2018 ITE Annual Meeting (New England Section), Warwick, RI., United State.
  4. Wang, Q. and Y. Niu (2017). Toll Rate and Vehicle Carbon Monoxide Emission. Proceeding of International Association for Energu Economics (IAEE) Energy Symposium, Milan, Italy.
  5. Wang, Q., L. Fiondella, N. Lownes, A. Byrd, S. Tolba, S. Rajasekaran and R. Ammar (2012).“Integrating Equilibrium Assignment in Game-theoretic Approach to Measure Many-to-Many Transportation Network Vulnerability”, 11th IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security, Waltham, MA, United State.
  6. Wang, Q., L. Fiondella, N. Lownes, A. Byrd, S. Tolba, S. Rajasekaran and R. Ammar (2011).“A Many to Many Theory Approach to Measuring Transportation Network Vulnerability”. Fifth Annual Department of Homeland Security Student Day, Washington, DC., United State.
  7. Wang, Q., L. Fiondella (2011). “Decision Support System for Winter Road Network Vulnerability Assessment”. The 14th Intelligent Transportation Society of Connecticut Annual meeting (ITS-CT), Hartford, CT, United State.
  8. Lownes, N.E., Wang, Q., Ibrahim, S., Ammar, R., Rajasekaran, S. and D. A. Sharma (2011).“Many-to-Many Game Theoretic Approach to Measuring Transportation Network Vulnerability,“ Proceedings of the 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC., United State.
  9. Wang, Q. (2010).“Game-theoretic Approach to Measure Many-to-Many Transportation Network Vulnerability”. ITE Seventh Annual Transportation Student Research Symposium, Storrs, CT., United State.
  10. Wang, Q. and N.E. Lownes(2010).“Many-to-many Transportation Network Risk Assessment”. Institute for Operation Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Conference, Austin, TX., United State.

Research Grants

  1. Co-Principal Investigator: “Smart City Transportation Road Network Security and Emergency Response System”, Social Undertakings and Livelihood Security Science and Technology Innovation Funds, Chongqing, China, 2016-2019, With C. Wang, ¥200,000
  2. Principal Investigator: “Decision Support System for Winter Road Network Vulnerability Assessment”, Intelligent Transportation Society of Connecticut, 2011-2012, with L.Fiondella and S. Tolba, \textdollar $4,000

Professional Committees

  1. Session Chair, IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Smart City session, Appointed June, 2019
  2. Reviewer, Transportation Research Board Congestion Pricing Committee (ABE25), Appointed January, 2019