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Mark Hansen is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley. Hansen’s research focuses on urban transportation planning, modeling air transport systems, air traffic flow management, and aviation systems performance analysis. He is the Berkeley co-director of the National Center of Excellence in Aviation Operations Research, a multi-university consortium sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration. Hansen also received the Horonjeff Award for his research work in air transport in 1985.
Ph.D., Transportation Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 1988
M.C.P., City and Regional Planning, University of California at Berkeley, 1984
B.A., Physics and Philosophy, Yale University, 1980
Mark Hansen’s research focuses on urban transportation planning, modeling air transport systems, air traffic flow management, aviation systems performance analysis, aviation safety, aviation environmental analysis, and air transport economics. Here are a few of Hansen’s most recent research projects below, focusing on clean transportation and aviation system management:
- Delta Airlines and International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), $54,000, Analyze Dispatcher Fuel Loading Behavior and Develop Strategies to Reduce Excessive Fuel Loading
- FAA via University of Maryland (College Park), Cost of Delay to Cargo and Overnight Package Delivery Firms, $104,000. Assess of Cost of Flight Delay to Cargo and Overnight Package Delivery Firms.
- NASA via UC San Cruz, Behavioral Analysis of Flight Rerouting, $69,000. Model acceptance of reroutes identified by Dynamic Weather Rerouting Tool and assess implications for nationwide deployment
|Professor Mark Hansen and CEE alumnus Lu Dai Featured at the FAA Machine Learning Workshop|
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