Faculty Profile

Dr Muhammad Abdullah

Assistant Professor

School of Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering

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Dr. Muhammad Abdullah received the B.S. degree in transportation engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, Pakistan, in 2013, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Tokyo, Japan, in 2016 and 2019, respectively. He was also an Exchange Research Student at the Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, from September to October, 2018. Since October 2019, he has been an Assistant Professor with the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan. His research interests include traffic signal design and optimization, road safety, and pedestrian behavior.

  • Traffic Engineering
  • Transport Planning
  • Traffic Signal Optimization
  • Traffic Flow Theory
  • Pedestrian Behavior
  • Road Safety
Name of Organization Designation Start Date End Date
Engineering Consultancy Services Punjab (Pvt.) Ltd. Junior Engineer (Design) 18-09-2013 17-09-2014
Publication Type Title Journal Name Impact Factor Year of Publication
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Role of Transport during Outbreak of Infectious Diseases: Evidence from the Past Sustainability 2.576 2020
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Modeling Trajectories and Trajectory Variation of Turning Vehicles at Signalized Intersections IEEE Access 3.745 2020
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Modeling and Simulation of Pedestrian Movement Planning Around Corners Sustainability 2.576 2019
Conference Papers (presented in International Association) Performance Evaluation of an Alternative Crossing Design for Critical Intersections Proceedings of Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, United States 0.000 2020
Conference Papers (presented in International Association) Self-reported Pedestrian Mid-block Crossing Behavior: Effects of Gender, Age and Region Proceedings of Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, United States 0.000 2019
Conference Papers (presented in International Association) A Method for Estimating Trajectories of Turning Vehicles at Signalized Intersections Proceedings of Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, United States 0.000 2019
Conference Papers (presented in International Association) Coordination of Signalized Single-Stage and Two-Stage Midblock Crosswalks with Adjacent Intersections Proceedings of 56th Infrastructure Planning Conference, Japan 0.000 2017
Conference Papers (presented in International Association) Comparing the Effectiveness of Different Midblock Crosswalk Treatments in Urban Areas ITS Symposium, Japan 0.000 2017
Conference Papers (presented in International Association) Vehicle and Pedestrian Delay Estimation at Unsignalized Crosswalks Considering Adjacent Traffic Signals Proceedings of 53rd Infrastructure Planning Conference, Japan 0.000 2016
Degree Name & Area Year University City,Country
PhD- Civil Engineering University of Tokyo Japan
MS- Civil Engineering University of Tokyo Japan
BSc- Transportation Engineering University of Engineering & Technology Pakistan
  • Pakistan Engineering Council
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