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2013 News in Brief



Two transportation students receive prestigious Canadian scholarship

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Franco Chingcuanco and Raphael Dumas Transportation graduate student Franco Chingcuanco, who works with Professor Carolina Osorio has been awarded the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship for his ongoing M.S.T./Technology and Policy Program thesis project, “A Parallelized Simulation-Based Optimization Framework For Traffic-Responsive Control.” Raphael Dumas, a dual M.S.T. and master’s of city planning student, received the same fellowship last fall. Both are Canadian nationals. Dumas works with Professor Nigel Wilson on software that uses automatic vehicle location and fare collection data from transit systems to infer passenger origins and destinations.