TTI Associate Research EngineerAir Quality
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
505 East Huntland Drive
(512) 407-1118 x12118
- Ph.D., Transportation Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2005
- M.S., Transportation Engineering, University of Tehran, 2000
- B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Tehran, 1998
Dr. Farzaneh is an Associate Research Scientist at Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI), a part of The Texas A&M University System. As a researcher in the Air Quality Program, he serves as principal investigator and key researcher on a wide variety of technical and policy research projects.
Dr. Farzaneh has worked on a wide variety of transportation air quality, traffic flow analysis, and transportation research project during his eight years of experience. Dr. Farzaneh's participation in research involves a variety of in-use emissions impact evaluations, transportation air quality policy analysis, biodiesel emissions, transportation sustainability, and air quality-related projects. Many projects have resulted in scientific journal papers and conference presentations.
During his career, Dr. Farzaneh has conducted research projects concerning air quality, traffic flow analysis, and transportation modeling. His wide range of experience includes transportation air quality policy analysis; analysis of emissions reduction strategies; corridor level freight air quality analysis; development of emissions collection studies; emissions analysis; performance measurement; and transportation sustainability. Dr. Farzaneh has authored numerous journal papers and conference presentations on traffic flow modeling and transportation air quality topics.
Prior to joining TTI, Dr. Farzaneh worked for several years as a Senior Research Associate and a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for Sustainable Mobility at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI), where he was actively involved in research projects in the areas of traffic flow modeling, transportation safety and traffic operations for Virginia Department of Transportation and FHWA. Dr. Farzaneh has also several years of experience as a consultant in his home country of Iran, where he worked as a civil engineer.