Let us dive into the world of transportation with Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI). Attend this workshop to learn about who we are, what we do, and how you can fit in this world of transportation research with your data science skills. Transportation is a very diverse field with multiple modes – cars, trucks, bikes, buses, multiple focus areas – safety, pavement/road material, policy, air quality, and hence, comes with a multitude of real-world problems waiting to be solved. Join us to learn how we geek out on data while saving lives, time, and resources.
Saturday Oct 17th, 2:00pm to 3:00pm (CDT)
Singh is an Assistant Research Scientist and has four years of experience in data analytics and transportation planning. Gargi’s role heavily involves the use of big data skills and spatial analysis to analyze and visualize travel behavior using GPS passive data and travel survey data. Her interests primarily lie in the application of passive data in the field of transportation. Her skills pertaining to data analytics, cloud computing, and spatial analysis have assisted her in this path. She has experience working in SQL, R, SparkSQL, Scala, PostGIS, Python, and AWS. Additionally, she is well versed in software pertaining to planning (ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, QGIS, and AutoCAD) and design (InDesign, Illustrator, SketchUp).
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