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Engineering Lecture: Making Cities Smarter for Drivers
WhenTuesday, Nov 7, 2017, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Campus roomKane 120
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsCollege of Engineering
UW Alumni Association

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Congestion on urban arterials is a challenge for city officials and commuters alike, made worse by slow-cruising vehicles hunting for curbside parking. By using transportation data streams from cities, Lillian Ratliff is proposing innovative solutions. Join us to learn about the novel algorithms Ratliff has developed to help alleviate congestion, and how a collaboration with SDoT may lead to citywide traffic and parking improvements.

Speaker: Lillian Ratliff, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering

Part of the Engineering the Data Revolution: Fake News, Smart Cities and Data in DNA lecture series

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