Dr. Seli Agbolosu-Amison

Part-Time Instructor, Business
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Ph.D. in Civil Engineering
University of Virginia
M.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineer
University of Vermont

Positions Held

2018 - Present
NetCentrics Corporation
Cybersecurity Data Scientist and SME
2010 - Present
MITRE Corporation
Senior Multi-Discipline Systems Engineer
2010 - Present
University of Maryland
Adjunct Online Assistant Professor
2009 - 2010
Weldon Cooper Center for Public Policy
Research Associate
2008 - 2009
University of Virginia
2004 - 2009
Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Virginia Transportation Research Council (VTRC)
Research Assistant
2007 - 2008
Mid-Atlantic Universities Transportation Center (MAUTC)
Research Assistant

Intellectual Contributions

Quantifying Benefits of a Dynamic Gap-out Feature at an Actuated Traffic Signalized Intersection under Cooperative Vehicle Infrastructure System

Seli J Agbolosu-Amison,I Yun,B Park
May 2011
KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering

Performance Evaluation of Dynamic Gap-out Feature at Actuated Traffic Signal Controller Using a Stochastic Optimization Method

Seli J Agbolosu-Amison,B Park
88th TRB Annual Meeting Proceeding

Performance Evaluation of Dynamic Gap-out Feature Using Stochastic Optimization Method and Software in the Loop Simulation

Seli J Agbolosu-Amison,B Park


Derivation of Flexibility Metrics and their Application to Collaborative Departure Queue

10th USA/EUROPE Seminar on ATM R&D
June 2013

Examining Arrival Time Predictability in the NAS using Monte Carlo Methods

12th AIAA Aviation, Integration and Operations (ATIO) Conference and 14th AIAA/ISSMO Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization Conference
September 2012

Modeling System-wide Predictability and Associated Air Carrier Benefits

AIAAA-2011-6810, AIAA Aviation, Technology, Integration and Operations (ATIO) Conference, including the AI AA Balloon Systems Conference and 19th AIAA Lighter-Than
September 2011

Evaluation of Heuristic Optimization Methods in Urban Arterial Network

88th TRB Annual Meeting Proceeding
January 2009