Dr. Zhaomiao (Walter) Guo
Room: Research I 150J
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering
University of California, Davis. June 2016
M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics
University of California, Davis. May 2016
M.S. in Transportation Engineering
University of California, Berkeley. June 2011
B.S. in Civil Engineering
Tsinghua University. June 2010
RESEARCH AREAS OF SPECIALTY
Applied mathematics and computation focusing on transportation and energy systems modeling and optimization.
Topics: resilient infrastructure system planning and operation, risk management, smart cities, the interaction of energy and transportation systems, multi-modal transportation, integration of renewable energy with power grid, non-cooperative games over networks
Methodologies: Multi-agent Optimization Problem with Equilibrium Constraints, Spatial Data Analysis, Stochastic/Dynamic/Mixed Integer Programming, Network Modeling, Game Theory, Econometrics
Multiple fully funded Ph.D. positions in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering (CECE), University of Central Florida (UCF) for Spring/Fall 2019. The research areas broadly relate to network modeling and optimization, with applications in smart city, cyber-physical systems, and transportation & power system interactions. The candidates are expected to have a strong background in operations research, data science and/or computer science. Experiences in transportation and/or power system are preferred. If interested, please send your resume to Dr. Zhaomiao Guo at email@example.com.