Transportation Enginneer & Analyst
Qing Cai Ph.D.
Civil, Environmental & Construction Engineering Department
University of Central Florida
12800 Pegasus Drive, Room 214, Orlando, Florida 32816, USA
Ph: 407-823-0300; Fax: 407-823-0300
Cai, Q., Abdel-Aty, M.,Lee, J., Huang, H., 2017. "Integrating Macro and Micro Level Safety Analyses: A Bayesian Approach Incorporating Spatial Interaction" has been accepted for presentation at 2018 TRB.
Cai, Q., Saad, M., Abdel-Aty, M., Lee, J., Yuan, J., 2017. "Safety impact of weaving distance on freeway facilities with managed lanes using both microscopic traffic and driving simulations" has been accepted for presentation at 2018 TRB
Cai, Q., Abdel-Aty, M.,Lee, J., Wang, L., Wang, X., 2017."Exploration of macro-level effects for segment and intersection crash modeling" has been accepted for presentation at 2018TRB.
Lee, J., Abdel-Aty, M., Cai, Q., Wang, L., 2017. "Analysis of Fatal Traffic Crash-Reporting and Reporting-Arrival Time Intervals of Emergency Medical Services" has been accepted for presentation at 2018TRB.
Lee, J., Abdel-Aty, M., Cai, Q., Wang, L., Huang, H., 2017. "Integrated Modeling Approach for Non-Motorized Mode Trips and Crashes in the Framework of Transportation Safety Planning" has been accepted for presentation at 2018TRB
Cai, Q., Abdel-Aty, M., Lee, J., 2017. "Macro-Level Vulnerable Road Users Crash Analysis: A Bayesian Joint Modeling Approach of Frequency and Proportion" has been accepted for publication in Accident Analysis & Prevention.
Highly motivated in dealing with challenges. Specialized in transportation data collection (scraping and cleaning) and analysis (clustering, modeling, spatial-temporal analysis, and machine learning) with tools such as R, SAS, Python, and SQL.
Specialties: Data mining, spatial-temporal modeling, transportation safety planning, GIS application development