Dr. Hyoshin (John) Park

Assistant Professor 

Contact: 303 Fort IRC, Ph: (336) 335-2763
               Website hpark@ncat.edu

Education

Ph.D. Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland, 2016 
M.S. Transportation Engineering, Yonsei University, 2007 
B.S. Urban Planning & Engineering (Transportation focus), Yonsei University, 2005 
B.S. Physics, Yonsei University, 2005

Appointments

Assistant Professor, North Carolina A&T State University, 2017
Research Associate, University of Massachusetts, 2016-2017
Research & Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland, 2010-2016
Onsite Consultant and Contractor, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, FHWA, 2014-2015
Research Scientist, Urban Planning & Engineering, Yonsei University, 2010
Traffic Engineer, Chungsuk Engineering Co.Ltd., 2007-2010
Teaching Assistant, Yonsei University, 2005-2007

Teaching Interest  

CSE Computational Network Optimization  

Honors & Awards  

Top-5 Finalist Poster, Institute for Operations Research & the Management Sciences 2016
Student Essay Award Winner, Intelligent Transportation Systems of America 2015
Graduate Student Best Paper Award, Transportation Research Forum 2015 
Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award, Graduate School, University of Maryland, 2015
I-95 Corridor Coalition Fellowship Recipient, 2014 
Top-5 Finalist Poster, Institute for Operations Research & the Management Sciences 2013 
1st Winner Modeling & Simulation, Research Interaction Day, University of Maryland, 2013
1st Winner Modeling & Simulation, Research Interaction Day, University of Maryland, 2012
Scholarship for Excellent Student, Yonsei University, 2005 
Best Paper Award - Korean-American Scientist and Engineers Association, 2017
Best Student Paper Awards - Korean-American Scientist and Engineers Association, 2013 - 2016

Selected Publications in Recent 3 Years

  1. H. Park, S. Gao, S. Samuel, Modeling effects of forward roadway glance durations on latent hazard detection. Forthcoming in Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.
  2. S. Ayaz, S. Gao,  H. Park. 2017. An Alternative Approach to Equitable and Pareto-Improving System Optimum. The 1st Triennial Transportation Science and Logistics Society Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
  3. X. Yu, S. Gao, H. Park. 2017. Muti-Cycle Optimal Taxi Routing. The 1st Triennial Transportation Science and Logistics Society Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
  4. H. Park, S. Gao, S. Samuel. 2017. Modeling effects of forward roadway glance durations on latent hazard detection. The 96th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  5. H. Park, A. Shafahi, A. Haghani, 2016. A stochastic emergency response location model considering secondary incidents on freeways. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 17 (9), 2528-2540
  6. H. Park, A. Haghani, 2016. Stochastic capacity adjustment considering secondary incidents. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 17 (10), 2843-2853.
  7. D. Hale, A. Hajbabaie, J. Ma, J. Hu, H. Park, and J. Bared. 2016. Proposed data-driven performance measures for comparing and ranking traffic bottlenecks, Berlin, Germany, June 14-16.
  8. H. Park, S. Gao, A. Haghani. 2016. Optimal relocation of portable traffic sensors to improve arterial mobility. The 96th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  9. H. Park, S. Gao, A. Haghani. 2016. Sequential interpretation and prediction of secondary incident probability in real time. The 96th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  10. H. Park, S. Gao, A. Haghani. 2016. Optimal relocation of portable traffic sensors to improve arterial mobility. The 96th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  11. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2016. Online redeployment and routing of emergency vehicles considering sequence of incidents. The 9th Triennial Symposium on Transportation Analysis, Oranjested, Aruba.
  12. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2016. Dynamic relocation of Bluetooth sensors for improvement of signal timing. The 9th Triennial Symposium on Transportation Analysis, Oranjested, Aruba.
  13. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2016. Stochastic emergency response units allocation considering secondary incident occurrences. The 95th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  14. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2016. Stochastic capacity adjustment considering secondary incidents. The 95th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  15. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2016. Online emergency vehicle dispatching with look-ahead on a transportation network. The 95th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  16. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2016. Use of clustering model and adjusted boxplot model for identification of secondary incidents. The 95th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  17. H. Park, A. Haghani, 2015. Optimal number and location of Bluetooth sensors considering stochastic travel time prediction. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 55, 203-216.
  18. H. Park, A. Haghani, 2015. Real-time prediction of secondary incident occurrences using vehicle probe data. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 70, 69-85.
  19. H. Park, A. Haghani, X. Zhang, 2015. Interpretation of Bayesian neural networks for predicting the duration of detected incidents. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems: Technologies, Planning, and Operations, 20 (4), 385-400.
  20. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2015. Capacity adjustment considering the impact of secondary incidents. The 94th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  21. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2014. An optimal fleet allocation of emergency response teams on freeway using a two stage stochastic programming. The 20th Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies, Barcelona, Spain, 2014.
  22. H. Park, A. Haghani, Y. Aliari. 2014. Optimal number and location of Bluetooth sensors on arterial roads: The stochastic and dynamic approaches. The 1st International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences Optimization, Kos Island, Greece.  
  23. H. Park, A. Haghani, Y. Aliari. 2014. A pedagogical rule extraction from Bayesian neural networks for prediction of secondary incidents. The 1st International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences Optimization, Kos Island, Greece. 
  24. Y. Aliari, A. Haghani, H. Park. 2014. An efficient network model for allocation of in-house and outsourced construction equipment among projects. The 1st International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences Optimization, Kos Island, Greece. 
  25. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2014. Improving mobility of urban arterial roads using Bluetooth technology. The 4th International Conference on Mobile Services, Resources, and Users, Paris, France, 2014.
  26. H. Park, A. Haghani., H. Masoud. 2013. Real-time filtering of vehicle probe data for secondary incident prediction. The 8th Triennial Symposium on Transportation Analysis, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile, 2013.
  27. H. Park, A. Haghani. 2013. Quantifying non-recurrent congestion impact on secondary incidents using probe vehicle data. The 54th Annual Transportation Research Forum, Annapolis, MD, 2013.
  28. H. Park, A. Haghani, X. Zhang. 2013. ATIS: Interpretation of Bayesian neural network for predicting the duration of detected incidents. The 92nd Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  29. H. Park, A. Haghani. Identification and prediction of secondary incidents. 2013. The 9th of US–KOREA Conference, New York/New Jersey.
  30. H. Park, B. Son, H. Kim. 2007. Development of accident prediction models for freeway interchange ramps. Journal of the Korean Society of Transportation, 25(3), 123-135.