Mohsen Kamrani, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Research Associate Autonomous-Connected Mobility Evaluation
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Dr. Kamrani serves as a postdoctoral scholar in the Automated and Connected Mobility Evaluation Program, Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) Evaluation helping the team to assess the impacts of connected vehicle technology deployment in terms of safety and mobility by processing and analyzing big data generated from Tampa CV pilot. He has published in several journals and peer-reviewed conference papers in the area of transportation safety, connected and automated vehicles and driving behavior. 


Big Data Analytics
Statistical Modeling
Connected Vehicles
Transportation Safety
Transportation Engineering
Driving Behavior 


  • Proactive Congestion Management, National Institute for Congestion Reduction, 2020, Role: Co-PI 
  • Development of a Real-Time Roadway Debris Hazard Spotting Tool Using Connected Vehicle Data to Enhance Roadway Safety and System Efficiency, Center for Transportation Equity, Decisions and Dollars, 2019, Grant # CTEDD 018-06, Role: Co-PI 
  • Tampa Connected Vehicles Pilot, 2018 – present, Role: Research Scholar  
  • Study of Driving Volatility in Connected and Cooperative Vehicle Systems, National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant # 1538139, 2016 – 2018, Role: Research Assistant 
  • Connected and Automated Vehicles: What are the implications of partial adoption?, Southeastern Transportation Center O&E Grant, 2016 – 2018, Role: Research Assistant  


  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville – Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Transportation), 2018  
  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville – M. Sc. in Statistics, 2018 
  • Universiti Teknologi Malaysia – M. Eng. in Industrial Engineering, 2014 
  • Mazandaran University of Sci. & Tech – B. Sc. in Industrial Engineering, 2006