Dr. Hanna Maoh
Dr. Maoh is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Windsor. He is also the Associate Director of the Cross Border Institute (CBI) and the founder of its Traffic Lab. Dr. Maoh is also the co-founder of the Transportation Systems Innovation (TSI) research Lab at the new Centre for Engineering Innovation at the University of Windsor. Over the past fifteen years, Professor Maoh has been involved in several academic research projects to study various transportation problems. To date, he is the author and co-author of numerous peer-reviewed international publications. He has been studying the transportation system from a holistic perspective focusing on processes governing the movement of people and goods at various geographical scales. His main research interests include land use modeling, cross-border and freight transportation, network analysis, big-data analysis, travel demand analysis, passenger and commercial travel behavior, sustainable cities, development of geospatial planning support system and GIS applications. His research activities have been supported through various agencies including Infrastructure Canada, Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), Automotive Partnership Canada (APC), Canadian Foundation of Innovation (CFI), Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO), Transport Canada, Canadian Border Services Agency, and FedDev Ontario. In 2015, Professor Maoh was the recipient of the Faculty of Engineering Medal of Excellence for best junior engineering research faculty member at the University of Windsor. He was also the recipient of the University of Windsor 2016 Award for Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.