BINGYUAN HUANG MSC

Bingyuan

Bingyuan(Amelia) Huang was born in a historical city of Xiangyang, China.

She obtained her Master Degree (Master of Science) both from the University of Twente and Chang’an university in China which focuses on traffic engineering and transport planning management based on Geo-information technic. She also graduated in Highway and Railway Engineering from Chang’an University (Bachelor).

Her topic of interest includes sustainable transportation, travel behavior and accessibility and GIS analysis applied to urban transport planning.

In her spare time, Amelia is enthusiastic about sports, especially badminton and cycling. She also enjoys travelling, music and going out.

 

CONTACT

Room: Citadel Room H327
Phone: +31 (0) 53 - 489 5203
Phone secretary: +31 (0) 53 - 489 4322

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Position: PhD candidate

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2015-present

PhD candidate, Centre for Transport Studies, University of Twente

EDUCATION

09/2013–2015

Master of Science in Geo-information and Earth Observation

Faculty of ITC, University of Twente, Enschede (Netherlands).

Specialization: Urban Planning and Management.

Dissertation: About sustainable transportation, that developed a travel demand methods to give suggestion to decision makers for expanding Bus Rapid Transit system.

9/2011–06/2015

Master of Science, Road and Railway Engineering

Chang'an University, Xi'an (China).

09/2007–7/2011

Bachelor of Engineering, Roads and Bridges and Crossing Engineering

Chang'an University, Xi'an (China)

PROJECTS

RESEARCH

 

 

AWARDS

01/2012

Won National scholarship for graduate students. Top 3% of University

05/2011

Won second prize in The Sixth National Competition of Transport Science and Technology for Students.

2012–2013

13 Certificates of Utility Model patents, from State Intellectual Property Office of the People Republic of China

PUBLICATIONS

2015

Dissertation: About sustainable transportation, that developed a travel demand methods to give suggestion to decision makers for expanding Bus Rapid Transit system.

2012

Xie Xiaoli; Zhao Yifei; Huang Bingyuan: Validity analysis on ECG coefficient of variation indicator as driving fatigue measurement. Advanced in Civil Engineering and Building Materials, pp. 929932.