The program is developed based on the cutting-edge research progress in smart transportation and provides participants interdisciplinary academic training with knowledge covering economics, energy, policy and statistics.
6 weeks of study, 1-2 sessions per week
small class, real-time interaction, teaching assistant, one-on-one discussion with professor
In this course, you will
- Preprocess the fuel consumption and mileage data of private vehicles of one to two cities;
- Conduct statistical analysis between the fuel consumption/carbon emission data,in particular exploring key factors affecting real-world fuel economy including vehicle maker,size,technology,and model year in the corresponding cities;
- Collecting city-specific parameters that may influence vehicle usage and fuel consumption levels,such as road infrastructure, temperature,road slope,traffic congestion,and transportation-related prices.