Research Guidance (PhD)

Research Guidance (PhD) at SVNIT Surat

  1. Pallav Kumar: Study of Traffic Flow Characteristics on Multilane Urban Roads in India (Defended on October 2018)
  2. Avinash Choudhary: Study of Pedestrian Flow Characteristics on crosswalks at mid-block and intersections in India (in progress since January 2015: Pre-synopsis Stage)
  3. Akhilesh Chepuri: Study of Travel Time Reliability on Bus Routes in selected Indian cities (in progress since August 2015: Pre-synopsis Stage)
  4. Manish Jain: Study of Traffic Flow Characteristics on Two-lane Undivided Roads in India (in progress since January 2014)
  5. Rupali Zope: Study of Sustainable Urban Transportation Systems in India (in progress since August 2014)
  6. Asir Khan: Study of Traffic Flow Characteristics at Roundabouts in India (in progress since August 2015)
  7. Vasudevan N: Mode and activity preference behavior of heterogenous travelers in Indian metropolitan city, Surat. (Registered in January 2016)
  8. S.S.V.V.N. Surya Narayana Raju: Studying driving behavior of vehicles under heterogeneous non lane based traffic conditions (Registered in December 2016)
  9. Ninad Gore: Application of Wi-Fi/ Bluetooth sensors for capturing road-traffic patterns under heterogenous traffic conditions (Since January 2018)
  10. Nandan Dawda: Study on integration of multi-modal transportation systems for Indian cities. (Since January 2018)

Research Guidance (M tech Dissertations) at SVNIT Surat

  1. Jabeena M: Study On Mixed Traffic Flow Behaviour On Intercity Expressway: A Case Study Of Mahatma Gandhi Expressway (July 2014)
  2. AmolWagh: Study on travel time reliability for a Metropolitan corridor: A Case Study (July 2014)
  3. Asir Khan: Mixed Traffic Gap Acceptance Behavior At Four Legged Rotary Intersection (July 2014)
  4. Prasad Hinukale: Study on Operating Speeds of Vehicles on Two-Lane Roads in Hilly Terrain,(July 2014)
  5. AkhileshChepuri: Study of travel time variation and reliability for a fixed route A Case Study in Surat, (August 2015)
  6. Rakesh Kulkarni Estimation of Saturation Flow at Signalized Intersections under Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions, (August 2015)
  7. Nipjyoti Bharadwaj, Estimating Capacity and Level of Service Thresholds on Intercity Expressways: A case study of National Expressway-1 (August 2015)
  8. K.A. SriniVasula Reddy: Evaluation of Safety by developing Proximal Safety Indicators at Un-Signalized Intersection using Micro Simulation (August 2015)
  9. Jairam R “Real-Time Bus Travel Time Prediction Using GPS Based Historical Data”, Defended in (July 2016).
  10. S.S.V.V.N. SURYA NARAYANA RAJU, “Calibration of Vehicle Following Models Using Trajectory Data Under Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions” Defended in (July 2016).
  11. Vinayraj V S “Study of Pedestrian Flow Characteristics on Crosswalk at Midblock in India” (July 2016).
  12. Bijul Raveendran “Flow Modelling of Mixed Traffic based on Inter-Vehicular Spacing using Image Processing” (July 2017). Now pursuing PhD at IIT Bombay
  13. Ayush Mishra “Safety Assessment using proximal safety indicator and study of driver`s collision avoidance behaviour at unsignalised intersection in Surat.” (July 2017). Joined L&T ECC, Mumbai.
  14. Soorya V. B. “Traffic count Prediction using Time Series Analysis on Toll Plazas” (July 2017)
  15. Raunak V. Kenny “Travel time reliability on bus routes in Surat and Indore City” (July 2017). Joined SVNIT, Surat as Project Associate.
  16. Tania Ann Joseph “Methodology to simulate traffic operations at roundabouts in India” (July 2017). Joined L&T Infra, Chennai.
  17. Deepa Dileep “Calibration of Vehicle Following Models using Trajectory data for Intercity Expressways” (July 2017). Now working at WSP, Noida.

Research Guidance (M tech and B Tech Dissertations) at BITS Pilani

  1. Subodh Kant Dubey: Route Choice Modeling using Fuzzy Logic, (ME Transportation) completed in 2011.
  2. Nilesh Deshpande: Mapping of Accidents Using GIS in Pilani, (BE) completed in 2011.
  3. Nitish Sharma: Study of Heterogeneous Traffic Flow Characteristics on two-lane roads; (BE) completed in 2010.
  4. Balaji P.: Characteristics of Expressways Bottlenecks Operating at Capacity, (METransportation)completed in 2012.
  5. Nikhil Sumanth: Evaluation of Accessibility Index based on Equivalent Travel Times for a residential location in Jaipur city, (ME Transportation) completed in 2012.
  6. Praveen Singh: Modelling Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Behaviour at Mid-Block Crosswalk, (ME Transportation) completed in 2012.
  7. Sagar Kurle: Study of Lane usage on Expressways: An Empirical Analysis completed in 2013.
  8. Vijay Dhale: Study of Pedesrian Traffic Flow Characteristics on Sidewalks in India completed in 2013.
  9. Kartikeya Jha: Application of Traffic Forecasting Techniques for Projecting Vehicular Population in India (B.E.) completed in 2012.
  10. Ravikiran P: Modelling Traffic Flow on Indian Roads using Micro-simulation completed in 2013.
  11. Manojpal Reddy Nagavelli: Development Of Real Optimal Bus Scheduling And Time – Table With Headway Control Model, completed in May 2013
  12. Saurabh Ahuja: Simulating Bus Rapid Transit Systems on Indian Roads, completed in May 2013
  13. Sukrit Narula: Methodology for Simulating Heterogeneous Traffic on Expressways in Developing Countries: A Case Study in India, completed in May 2013