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Amit Agarwal
Amit Agarwal Assistant Professor amit.agarwal@ce.iitr.ac.in +91-1332-285441 Website
Areas of Interest
  • Smart and connected mobility, travel demand modeling, sustainable transport
  • Urban traffic simulations, agent-based simulation, traffic flow modeling, heterogeneous traffic
  • Modeling, and assessment of transport emissions, air pollution exposures
Professional Background
FromToDesignationOrganisation
Dec. 2018contd.Assistant ProfessorIIT Roorkee
Aug. 2018Dec. 2018Senior Research ScientistRobert Bosch Singapore
Mar. 2017Aug. 2018Research associateTU Berlin, Germany
Jun. 2012Apr. 2013Dy. ManagerICT Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, India
Jan. 2010May. 2010LecturerSBCET Jaipur, India
Jul. 2009Dec. 2009Derivative TraderFutures First Jaipur, India
Honors and Awards
AwardInstituteYear
Best student paper awardCTRG, Mumbai2017
Best paper awardABMTRANS2015
PhD ScholarshipDAAD2013-2017
NBCC Award of ExcellenceIIT Delhi, India2012
IIT Master Sandwich ScholarshipDAAD2011-2012
MHRD FellowshipGovt of India2010-2011
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
Ph.D.Transportation EngineeringTU Berlin, Germany2017
M. Tech.Transportation EngineeringIIT Delhi, India2012
B. TechCivil EngineeringMNIT Jaipur, India2009
Administrative Background
FromToDesignationOrganisationLevel
Apr. 2020June 2021Nominated MemberICC Advisory Committee
Jan. 2020Dec. 2020MemberDepartmental Faculty Search Committee
June 2019contd.MemberInstitute Ranking Analytics Committee, IIT Roorkee
May 2019July 2020MemberWeb Management & Departmental Media Committee, IIT Roorkee
May 2019July 2020Member Building & Maintenance, IIT Roorkee
July 2019contd.MemberAnti Ragging Committee, IIT Roorkee
Sponsored Research Projects
TopicFunding AgencyYear
Synthetic travel demand generation for Jaipur [co-PI]RTU Kota2019
Scenario calibration by integrating optimization techniques [ PI ]IIT Roorkee2019
Memberships
  • Indian Road Congress, Life Members
  • TRG India, Life member
  • Institution of Engineers (India), Member
  • WCTR, Member
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
Transport EconomicsCEN-666M. TechSpring
Multi-agent Transport Simulation FrameworkCEN-668M. TechSpring
Urban mass transit systemsCEN 563M. TechAutumn
Advanced highway engineeringCEN 431B. Tech.Autumn
Highway and traffic engineeringCEN 210B. TechSpring
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Year
Assessment of Safety and Emission Profile of Two wheeler [co-supervisor]Anurag ThombreO2018
Integration of Shared Mobility in Mixed Traffic ConditionsNidhi KathaitO2019
Impact of Dynamic Air Pollution on travel ChoicesVikram SinghO2020
Participation in short term courses
Couse NameSponsored ByDate
20th International Course on Transportation Planning and Road SafetyTRIPP, IIT Delhi2010
Special Lectures Delivered
TitlePlaceDate
Agent-based simulations for traffic engineering and transport planning TEQIP-III, SBCET JaipurJune 2019
Policy testing using a multi-agent transport simulation frameworkCTSEM, SVNIT SuratJune 2019
Use of agent-based transport simulation framework for scenario calibrationSVNIT SuratMar. 2018
Refereed Journal Papers

A list of Publications is available at http://faculty.iitr.ac.in/~amitfce/publications.html