Kara M. Kockelman, Ph.D., P.E.

Professor, and E.P. Schoch Professor in Engineering
Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

The University of Texas
1 University Station (Mail Code C1761)
Austin, TX 78712-1076
Phone 512-471-0210
FAX 512-475-8744
email: kkockelm@mail.utexas.edu


Curriculum Vitae
          My Terrific Graduate Students
RESEARCH PAPERS (pre-prints & conference copies)

Self-driving, Automated, & Connected Vehicles (shared autonomous fleet operations, benefit-cost analysis, safety implications, behavioral & energy impacts)

Energy & Greenhouse Gas Emissions (fleet evolution, urban systems evolution, & energy policy)

Roadway Pricing (including credit-based congestion pricing, welfare estimates & land use effects)

Travel Demand Modeling (role of the built environment, Roy's Identity, trip scheduling, traveler welfare, trip table estimation)

Traffic Safety (crash analysis: count, severity, frequency models)

Transportation-Trade-Land Use Models & Analysis of Spatial Data (spatial econometrics, multiregional models, home choice, uncertainty propagation)

Vehicle Distinctions (passenger cars vs. light-duty trucks, SUVs, ownership, external costs)

Traffic Flow (flow-density relationships by vehicle type, approximate dynamic traffic assignment)

Property Valuation (homes & businesses, vis-a-vis locational accessibility)

Other Topics (economic impacts of bypasses, state-local coordination, sidewalk cross-sloping)


Google Citation of all Published Papers

CE311S: Elementary Statistics for Civil Engineering
    (CE311S Lab Section Webpage + Quick-Practice Problem Set Modules + Signalized Intersection Simulations)
CE321: Transportation Systems
CE367G Level II Capstone Course: Design & Evaluation of Ground-Based Transportation Systems
              Microstation & GEOPAK Assignments
CE367 & 391M: Highway Engineering & Advanced Geometric Design
    CE367 & CE391M Syllabi , Lab Assignments
CE391H & CRP384: Urban Transportation Planning
CE392T: Transport Economics
CE392E: Acquisition and Analysis of Transport Data

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RESEARCH: Self-Driving, Automated, & Connected Vehicles

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RESEARCH: Energy & Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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RESEARCH: Travel Demand

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RESEARCH: Traffic Safety

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RESEARCH: Land Use-Transportation-Trade Models & Analysis of Spatial Data

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RESEARCH: Vehicle Distinctions

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RESEARCH: Traffic Flow

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RESEARCH: Property Valuation

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RESEARCH: Other Topics

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U.T. Transportation Engineering: Graduate & Undergraduate Programs, Research, & People
U.T. Austin's Department of Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering Home Page
U.T. Austin's Campus Home Page
CTR - The Center for Transportation Research at U.T. Austin
Homepage of the Statistical Methods Committee, Transportation Research Board (ABJ80)
Homepage of the Transportation Economics Committee, Transportation Research Board (ABE20)
Homepage of the Travel Survey Methods Committee, Transportation Research Board (ABJ40)
New Vehicle Technologies Surveys (Fall 2014)
Crash Histories Surveys (Spring 2012)
Electric Vehicle Adoption & Use Survey (Summer 2009)
Energy Use & Climate Policy Opinion Survey (Fall 2008)
Gas Price Response Survey (Winter & Spring 2006/2007)
Carsharing Survey (Fall & Winter 2006/2007)
Apartment Dwellers Survey (Spring 2005)
Recent Movers Survey (Spring 2005)
Public Perceptions of Tolling & Transportation Policies Phone Interview Survey (Early 2004)
Sidewalk Survey for Persons with Physical Disabilities (1999)
CTR's Recent Technical Reports
U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics Website
Economics Data Set Sources
Head Shots & News Releases
Friday Forum for Future Female Faculty 2002 & 2003, Careers in Engineering for Women, & National Academy's Engineer Girl website
Bungee-Jumping Kockelman Brothers
                                                                               Artwork by Stefan MÅS Persson .

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