Updates on Jason Cao

May 2, 2023
Professor Jason Cao and Tao Tao (PhD '22), currently a postdoc researcher at Carnegie Mellon University, published the paper, “Exploring nonlinear and collective influences of regional and local built environment characteristics on travel distances by mode,” in the Journal of Transport Geography. This work was funded by the University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship.
March 25, 2022
Humphrey School alumna Katie Emory, Professor Jason Cao, and Frank Douma published the paper, “Autonomous Vehicle Policies with Equity Implications: Patterns and Gaps,” in Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. This work was funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
June 18, 2021
Professor Jason Cao and PhD candidate Tao Tao presented at the webinar: Spatial planning of low-carbon cities with machine learning, which focused on using machine learning approaches to analyze the influences of urban form on energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, and looking for urban planning strategies that can reduce carbon footprint of cities.