Satish Ukkusuri

Satish V. Ukkusuri is a Professor in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering and Director of the Urban Mobility Networks and Intelligence Lab. His research is in the area of interdisciplinary transportation networks with current interests in data-driven mobility solutions, disaster management, resilience of interdependent networks, connected and autonomous traffic systems, shared mobility platforms, dynamic traffic networks and smart logistics. He is a University Faculty Scholar (2017-present), Fulbright Fellow (2015-16), Discovery Park Fellow (2013-15), a selectee of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) JAFOE conference (2016), a selectee of the National Academy of Science (NAS) Arab American Frontiers of Science, Engineering and Medicine in 2017 and a CUTC/ARTBA Faculty Award (2011) among other awards both nationally and at Purdue. He has published more than 350 peer reviewed journal and conference articles on these topics.

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Smart Logistics and Supply Chains (edX)

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Smart Logistics and Supply Chains (edX)
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Learn the foundations of analytical tools, methods, and applications of logistics systems in the context of planning and operations of integrated supply chain systems. This course provides a foundation of analytical tools, methods and applications of logistics systems in the context of planning and operations of integrated supply chain [...]
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Data Science for Smart Cities (edX)

Learn various scientific techniques that will allow the analysis, inference and prediction of large-scale data (e.g. GPS vehicular data, social media data, mobile phone data, individual social network data etc.) that are present in city networks. The availability of low cost and ubiquitous sensors in city infrastructure provides high [...]
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