Geometric methods of transportation facility design; sensors in civil engineering applications; vehicle technology; traffic engineering, operations and control; dynamic retroreflective and electrophoretic materials for transportation applications
David Lovell has a B.A. in mathematics from Portland State University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. He has worked in transportation consulting and was a combat engineer with the U.S. Marine Corps. His research interests include facility design, management, and control; computational and differential geometry; numerical methods; and the probabilistic structure of sports and tournaments.
Dr. Lovell is an affiliate of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the Transportation Research Board (TRB), and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE).
Honors and Awards
University of Maryland awards
Clark School ENGAGED Faculty, 2011
- Modeling problems in air traffic management
- Comparing Airports Based on Air Traffic Management Performance
- Resource Allocation in Flow-Constrained Areas with Stochastic Termination Times Considering both Optimistic and Pessimistic Reroutes
- Advanced Stochastic Network Queuing Models of the Impact of 4D Aircraft Trajectory Precision
- Optimization model for large-scale air traffic flow management
- Advanced Stochastic Network Queuing Models of the Impact of 4D Trajectory Precision
- Determining an Optimal Airport Slot Profile
- Resource Allocation in Flow-Constrained Areas with Stochastic Termination Times
- NEXTOR: The National Center of Excellence for Aviation Operations Research
- Observation of Variability in Car-Following Behavior