My teaching interests and philosophy have been heavily influenced by the professors whose lectures I have had the privilege to attend – from my time at the Technical University of Lisbon listening to stalwarts from Europe and MIT lecture on the concepts of transport planning, demand modeling, and transport policy to my time at the University of South Florida (USF) listening to subject matter experts on discrete choice models, travel behavior, and econometric modeling. A common theme in all these professors – and something I have incorporated into my teaching – is the ability to instill passion into my students to pursue transportation as a career and impact the lives of tens of thousands of people around them. To achieve this, I explain the most complex theories in transportation in the simplest of words. From my experience, knowledge, when communicated lucidly, without any complicated jargon, provokes thought and lays the foundation for students to enjoy learning.
|Highway Engineering||Transport Planning|
|Transportation Engineering II||Analysis of Transportation Demand|
|Transportation Design||Sustainable Transportation|
|Experimental and Computational Methods||Statistical & Econometric Modeling|
|Engineering Economics||Public Transportation|
|Transportation Data Analysis|