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Jane J. Lin

Associate Professor

Jie (Jane) Lin

BS Civil Engineering (2nd dgr: Comp. Sci) (1996)
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

MS & PhD Civil & Environmental Engineering (2002)
University of California, Davis

Post-doc (Feb 2002- Aug 2003)
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Joint appointment (2003-present)
Institute for Environmental Science & Policy, UIC

Contact Information

Office: 2089 ERF
Phone: 312-996-3068
Fax: 312-996-2426
Lab: B25 ERF
Recent Research Projects
Research Laboratory
Faculty Profile

Recent Research Projects

Research Interests:

Sustainable transportation systems

Mobile source emissions and air quality modeling

Goods movement and logistics

Intelligent transportation systems

Recent Research Projects:

1. "Strategic Highway Research Program 2 C10: Partnership to Develop an Integrated, Advanced Travel Demand Model and Fine-Grained, Time-Sensitive Network", funded by Transportation Research Board, Subcontract through Cambridge Systematics, September 2009 – October 2013

2. "Environmental and Energy Benefits of Freight Delivery Consolidation in Urban Areas", PI: Lin, co-PI: Kawamura, funded by the National Center for Freight and Infrastructure Research and Education (CFIRE), January 2010 – December 2012

3. "Transportation Conformity Particulate Matter Hot-Spot Air Quality Modeling", funded by the Illinois Center for Transportation (ICT), Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), November 2010 – June 2013

4. "Freight Routing for Efficient, Sustainable and Reliable Travel", PIs: T. Homem-de-Mello, J. Lin, co-PI: Y. Nie, Northwestern Univ., funded by the National Center for Freight and Infrastructure Research and Education (CFIRE), February 2011- December 2013

5. "Enabling On-line Logistics Services Auction Platform (OLSAP): Optimal Eco-Routing Strategies", PI: J. Lin, co-PI: Y. Nie, Northwestern Univ., funded by the National Center for Freight and Infrastructure Research and Education (CFIRE), August 2014- July 2015

6. "The IntelliDrive Database Management System", PI: Wolfson, co-PI: Lin, funded by the National Science Foundation, anuary 2010 – December 2010

7. "Post-Implementation Evaluation of Emissions Benefits of CMAQ Projects, Phase II", PI: Thakuriah, co-PI: Lin, funded by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), July 2010 – June 2011

8. "Building Urban Resilience and Sustainability (BURST): Integrating Adaptive Infrastructure Systems with Institutional and Ecological Functions", PI: Theis, co-PIs: Lin et al., funded by the UIC Areas of Excellence Award, January 2012 – January 2014

9. "Partnership in Freight Planning and Modeling 2", PI: Kawamura, co-Pis: Lin et al., funded by the designated US DOT National Center for Freight and Infrastructure Research and Education (CFIRE), University of Wisconsin, Madison,January 2012-January 2014

10. "ICES: Small: Collaborative Research: Dynamic Parking Assignment Games", PI: DasGuptar, co-PIs: Wolfson and Lin, funded by the National Science Foundation, June 1, 2012 - May 31, 2015

11. "Supply Chain and Logistics Management Center", PI: Pagano, funded by the UIC College of Business and Administration Dean’s Award, August 2011 – August 2013

Courses offered:
CME 302 Introduction to Transportation Engineering
CME 507 Sustainable Transportation Systems
CME 412 Public Transit Operations and Technology
CME 396 Senior Design I

Other affiliations:
Institute for Environmental Science and Policy , UIC
Urban Transportation Center , UIC
NSF IGERT Computational Transportation Science,UIC

TRB Transportation and Air Quality Committee (ADC20), Chair (Apr '11 - Apr '14)

Association of the Tsinghua Alumni in Transportation (ATAT)

Research Laboratory

The Transportation Computational Laboratory in the Department of Civil and Materials Engineering (Translab)is designed for transportation students to have access to transportation planning and traffic simulation tools. Translab currently has 10 high performance windows PCs, one Dell Micro PowerEdge 6800 server configured with two 3.0 GHz dual processors and 16GB of physical memory space, and one LINUX server configured with dual Intel(R) Xeon(TM) processors (3.00GHz), 2.5 GB of physical memory space and 800 GB of hard disk space. Key academic software available in the lab includes transportation planning and traffic microsimulation tools: EMME/3, VISUM, VISSIM, CORSIM, TransCAD, and Highway Capacity Software (HCS); statistical and econometric programs including Limdep/Nlogit SPSS, SAS, S-Plus, STATA; programming language tool, Optimization software AMPL and CPLEX, and database programs including MySQL, C++, Matlab, and MS Visual Studio; spatial analysis tool ArcGIS9.1; and emission/energy models MOBILE6.2, MOVES, CALINE4, CAL3QHC, and GREET.

Past and current graduate student RAs:
Santosh Mishra, MS ('05), TranSystems, Boston, MA
Dan Yu, MS ('06), Albert A. Webb Associates, Riverside, CA
Peng Wang, MS ('07), the World Bank, Washington DC
Joshua Auld, MS ('07), PhD ('11), Argonne National Lab
Liang Long, PhD ('07), Cambridge Systematics/FHWA, Washington, DC
Wenjing Pu, PhD ('08), Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Washington D.C.
Minyan Ruan, PhD('10), Tucson MPO, AZ
Qin Chen, PhD ('14), (Formerly Navteq), Chicago, IL

Elizabeth Jensen, MS student
Suriyapriya Vallamsundar, PhD candidate

Wei Zhou, PhD student

Sandeep Sasidharan, PhD student

Post-docs: Dr.Simon McDonnell('07-'08), Research associate, New York University, NY

Visiting scholar: Dr. Longhai Yang (Dec '11 - Dec '12), Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China

Student Awards:
Dan Yu: 2006 Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) Parker Award
Liang Long: - 2006 Institute of Transportation Engineers-Illinois Section Best Paper Award
- 2006 Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)-Illinois Section Student Scholarship Award
- 2006 and 2007 Transportation Group Scholarship Award of the Illinois Section of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Wenjing Pu: -Best paper award, at the 2008 Transport Chicago Annual Conference
- 2007 Freeman Fellowship, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- 2007 Transportation Group Scholarship, Illinois Section – American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Joshua Auld: Best Paper Award, 2nd prize, at the 2007 Transport Chicago Conference
Minyan Ruan: - 2009 Transportation Group Scholarship, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- 2008 George Krambles Transportation Scholarship
- 2009 Helene M. Overly Memorial Award, WTS Chicago Chapter
Suriya Vallamsundar: - 2011 Transportation Group Scholarship Award of the Illinois Section of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

-2013 UIC Chancellor's Graduate Research Fellowship

Qin Chen: -2012 UIC Chancellor's Graduate Research Fellowship

-2012 George Krambles Transportation Scholarship

Faculty Profile

Editorial Activities

Editorial Advisory Board, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, February 2008 – present

Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, August 2011-present

Chair, TRB ADC20 Transportation and Air Quality Committee., April 2011 - April 2014


2001 University of California Transportation Center (UCTC) doctoral dissertation award

2006, 2009 UIC College of Engineering Faculty Research Award

Best paper awards (co-authored with graduate students supervised)
a. “Development of a CO hot-spot screening model for toll highway facilities” the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) Parker Award in January 2006 (co-authored with Dan Yu)
b. “Analysis of National County-level Heavy-duty Freight Truck Emissions”, Best Paper Award, 2nd prize, at the 2007 Transport Chicago Conference (co-authored with Joshua Auld)
c. “What neighborhood are you in? Empirical Findings of Relationships between Residential Location, Lifestyle, and Travel”, the 2007 ITE Illinois Section Best Paper Award (co-authored with Liang Long)
d. “Communication Reduction for Floating Car Data based Traffic Information Systems”, the Second International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services, GEOProcessing 2010, St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles, February 10-16, 2010 (co-authored with Daniel Ayala and Dr. Ouri Wolfson)


Selected Publications

Lin, J., D.A. Niemeier (2002) An exploratory analysis comparing a stochastic driving cycle to California's regulatory cycle. Atmospheric Environment Vol 36 (38): 5759-5770

Lin, J., D.A. Niemeier (2003) A New Theory for Constructing Driving Cycles For Estimating Regional Air Quality Emissions Inventories. Transportation Science, Vol. 37, No. 3: 330-346.

Lin, J., D.A. Niemeier (2003) Regional driving characteristics, regional driving cycles. Transportation Research Part D - Transportation and Environment, Vol. 8, Issue 5: 361-381.

Lin, J., Y. Ge (2006) Impacts of traffic heterogeneity on roadside air pollution concentration. Transportation Research Part D- Transportation and Environment, 11 (2): 166-170

Chen, C., J. Lin (2006) Making an Informed Vehicle Scrappage Decision. Transport Reviews, Vol. 26, No.6, pp. 731-748

Haller, M., E. Welch, J. Lin, S. Fulla (2007) Economic costs and environmental impacts of alternative fuel vehicle fleets in local government: An interim assessment of a voluntary ten-year fleet conversion plan. Transportation Research Part D- Transportation and Environment, Vol. 12, Issue 3: 219-230

Lin, J., C. Chen, D.A. Niemeier (2007) An Analysis on Long Term Emission Benefits of a Government Vehicle Fleet Replacement Plan In Northern Illinois. Transportation, Vol 35, No. 2: 219 - 235.

Lin, J., D. Yu (2008) Traffic Related Air Quality Assessment for Open Road Tolling Highway Facility. Journal of Environmental Management, Vol 88, Issue 4: 962-969

Lin, J., P. Wang, D. Barnum (2007) A Quality Control Framework for Bus Schedule Reliability. Transportation Research Part E-Transportation Review and Logistics, Vol 44, Issue 6: 1086–1098

Lin, J., L. Long (2008) What Neighborhood Are You In? Empirical Findings of Relationships between Household Travel and Neighborhood Characteristics. Transportation, Vol. 35, No.6, 739-758

Lin, J., L. Long (2008) Model-based Approach to Synthesize Household Travel Characteristics across Neighborhood Types and Geographic Areas. The ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol.134, No.12, 493-503

Long, L., J. Lin, W. Pu (2009) Model-Based Synthesis of Household Travel Survey Data in Small- and Mid-Size Metropolitan Areas. Transportation Research Record: The Journal of Transportation Research Board 2015, pp. 64-70, ISSN 0361-1981

Pu, W., J. Lin (2009) Real-Time Estimation of Urban Street Travel Time Using Buses as Speed Sensors. Transportation Research Record: The Journal of Transportation Research Board 2129, pp. 81-89

Lin, J., M. Ruan (2009) Probability Based Bus Headway Regularity Measure. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, Vol. 3, Iss. 4, pp. 400–408

Long, L., J. Lin, K. Proussaloglou (2010) Investigating Contextual Variability in Mode Choice Using Hierarchical Mixed Logit Model. Urban Studies, 47(11): 2445-2459

Barnum, D.T., J.M. Gleason, B. Hemily, J. Lin, P. Wang (2010) Using Panel Data Analysis to Estimate DEA Confidence Intervals. The Journal of the Operational Research Society, 61 (10): 1548-1555

Szczurek, P., B. Xu, J. Lin, O. Wolfson (2010) Spatio-temporal Information Ranking in VANET Applications, International Journal of Next Generation Computing Vol 1(1): 52-72

Ruan, M., J. Lin (2010) A Synthesis Framework for Generating County Level Freight Data Using Public Sources for Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis, Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, No. 2160: 151-161

Vallamsundar, S., J. Lin (2011) MOVES versus MOBILE: A comparison of GHG and Criteria Pollutant Emissions, Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, No. 2233: 27-35.

Vallamsundar, S. and J. Lin (2011) Overview of U.S EPA New Generation Emission Model: MOVES, ACEE International Journal on Transportation and Urban Development, Vol 1, Issue 1, pp. 39-43

Thakuriah, P., P. Metaxatos, J. Lin, E. Jensen, T. Johnson (2012), Factors Affecting Propensity to Use Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities in Suburban Locations: An Analysis of Individual and Site-Level Factors, Transportation Research Part D: Transportation and the Environment, Vol 17(4): 341-348

Ruan, M., J. Lin, K. Kawamura (2012) Modeling Commercial Vehicle Daily Tour Chaining, Transportation Research Part E: Transportation Review and Logistics, Vol 48 (6): 1169-1184

Szczurek, P., B. Xu, O. Wolfson, J. Lin (2012) Estimating Relevance for the Emergency Electronic Brake Light Application, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol 13 (4): 1638-1656

Vallamsundar, S., J. Lin (2012) MOVES and AERMOD Used for PM2.5 Conformity Hot-Spot Air Quality Modeling, Journal of Transportation Research Board, No. 2270: 39-48

Chen, Q., J. Lin, K. Kawamura (2012) A Comparison between Urban Cooperative Delivery and Direct Delivery Strategies, Journal of Transportation Research Board, No. 2288: 28-39

Chen, Q., E. Adida, J. Lin (2013) An Investigation in Real-time Bus Holding Policy, Public Transport, Vol.4 (3): 165-186

Li, Q., Y. Nie, S. Vallamsundar, J. Lin, and T. Homem-de-Mello (2014) Finding efficient and environmentally friendly paths for risk-averse freight carriers, Networks and Spatial Economics , available On-line First, January 2014, DOI 10.1007/s11067-013-9220-8

Zhou, Z. L. Li, J. Lin (2013) Integrated Analytical Modeling for Production Systems Coupled with Material Handling Systems, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics: Systems, available On-line First, DOI 10.1109/TSMC.2013.2292569

Lin, J., Q. Chen, K. Kawamura (2014) Economic and Environmental Analyses of Urban Delivery Consolidation Strategies, Networks and Spatial Economics, available On-line First, April 2014, DOI 10.1007/s11067-014-9235-9

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