Dr. Miguel Andres Figliozzi
Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park, 2004
M.S., The University of Texas at Austin, 1998
B.S., Civil Engineering, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, 1993
Dr. Miguel Andres Figliozzi main research areas are related to transit and traffic operations, non-motorized transportation (pedestrian and bicycle modes), freight and logistics as well as emissions, energy, sustainability, livability, and socioeconomic impacts. See TTP lab research page for current projects.
- Transportation Technology and People Lab
- Students in Transportation Engineering and Planning at Portland State University
- Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium
- Transportation Seminars
- Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation
- Oregon Modeling Collaborative
For graduate students (full time) or for undergraduate students (hourly)
Current or prospective PSU graduate students interested in transportation research with strong quantitative and communication skills (both oral and written) are invited to apply for research assistant positions. The positions are available with tuition remission and up to 20 paid hours per week during the academic year and full summer support. Casual positions (hourly basis) may also be available.
To be considered for a Research Assistanship please apply to the Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) deparment. If you are not a current PSU student you will need to apply for a graduate degree to qualify for a RA. For information related to the application process for graduate degrees in CEE click HERE. Deadline for Fall applicants: first Monday of January (for strongest consideration for funding as a Graduate Research Assistant)
Undergraduate Research Opportunities are also available for current PSU students with strong credentials and research potential.