Mingxin Li, Ph.D., PTP
Scientist
Delaware Center for Transportation
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Delaware
354A Dupont Hall
Newark, DE 19716
302-831-6383

Email: LMX@UDEL.EDU

 

   

EDUCATION

PhD (Civil Engineering) University of Utah, 2011
Dissertation Topic: Modeling Network-Wide Impacts of Traffic Bottleneck Mitigation Strategies under Stochastic Capacity Conditions
Areas of Specialization: Stochastic road capacity, stochastic user-equilibrium assignment, travel time variability, bottleneck
Committee: Xuesong Zhou, Peter Martin, Richard J. Porter, Harvey J. Miller, Pedro Romero

M.S. (Major: Civil Engineering; Minor: Statistics) Oregon State University, 2007
Thesis Topic: Optimal Mixture of Road Network Ownership
Areas of Specialization: Degree of privatization, transportation financing, transportation network modeling, land supply, land use, infrastructure provision, growth management, transportation policy, urban growth equilibrium
Committee: Lei Zhang, Karen Dixon, David Birkes, Wei Kong

B.S. (Rail Operations Management/Logistics) Beijing Jiaotong University, 1996
Thesis Topic: Integration of Railway Freight Transport: A Case Study of Qingdao Railway
Areas of Specialization: Logistics management, railway freight transport integration, economic analysis
Committee: Jinyun Hu, Yuanquan Xu

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE


Scientist
Nov. 2016- Current
University of Delaware

Develops and conducts independent research project; supervises research activities of graduate students; coordinates scientific, organizational and financial aspects of the research currently funded by the Delaware Center for Transportation and the department of civil and environmental engineering; presents research at local, national, and international seminars and scientific meetings; prepares manuscripts for publications in peer-reviewed journals; identifies opportunities and writes research proposals to secure research funding for future projects; serves as project leader on research programs and multiple investigator projects; develops and cultivates professional contacts with scientists and funding agencies; provides technical leadership and consultation to professional co-workers, collaborators, and students; performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Research Associate II
Sept. 2014- Otc. 2016
University of Delaware

Serving as Principal investigator (PI) or co-PI on various studies and responsible for directing many day-to-day activities of members of a research team that includes graduate students and undergraduates. My duties include collection, organization, technical analysis of data; interpreting results and identifying engineering issues based on statistical analysis; writing technical reports summarizing conclusions and recommendations. Typical projects include, but are not limited to, application of GPS to travel time and delay measurements; capacities of various freeway work zone lane closure configurations; traffic operational and safety evaluation; multi-modal studies involving interactions between vehicular, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic; intersection and corridor improvement studies; signal phasing and timing optimization studies; micro-simulation modeling, etc.

Postdoctoral Researcher
January 2012- August 2014
University of Delaware

Oversight of the implementation of research outcomes: follow up on all research and development projects that are completed and final reports submitted to project managers; develop the research tracking form to facilitate information gathering from project managers; identify research needs and submitting proposals; identify a potential partner/project manager at DelDOT; utilizing GPS to collect travel time and delay data  and gives a data summary sheet and Geographic information System (GIS) database; review conference/journal papers; review proposals. Teach Synchro and Vissim simulation software to undergraduate students.

Software localization
February 2011- December 2011
MultiLing Corporation, Provo, Utah
 
Managed localization of all product and marketing documentation for Dell, Inc., re-coded to accommodate localization-related adjustments, script writing; extracted content from DTP files to TM compatible formats; analyzed web sites; corrected multimedia project problems; edited and reviewed documents; reviewed the work done by editors and DTP formatters; generated $65,000 average in monthly revenue.

Research Assistant, SHRP2
January 2009- December 2010
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Conducted research analysis for the Strategic Highways Research Program (project SHRP2-C05) that focused on congestion and safety improvements; participated in project meetings and addressed questions related to the project; authored technical reports, papers, and memos as needed for the project; prepared presentations, handouts, and other information sheets; wrote research proposals, interim reports and final reports; improved simulation models to quantify the capacity benefits of operations, design, and technology improvements at the network level for both new and existing facilities and provide transportation planners with the information and tools to analyze operational improvements as an alternative to traditional construction.

Teaching Assistant, Transportation Planning
August 2007- December 2008
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Assisted students with weekly homework assignments, projects and laboratory data processing; graded students’ homework, and quizzes; created questions for midterm and final exams; enhanced laboratory facilities; developed a spreadsheet-based tool that enables students to better understand the sequential four-step model and urban transportation planning (UTP) procedure.

Intern, Transportation Modeling
September 2006- March 2007
PTV America, Inc., Portland, Oregon

Provided research data, analysis, and reporting in support of the programs and projects of the city of Corvallis and the Portland urban area; analyzed site plan drawings for transportation impacts and recommended changes or mitigation; conducted analysis with PTV’s VISUM regional travel demand model and traffic design software such as AutoCAD, Synchro, VISSIM etc.

Teaching Assistant, Traffic Operations & Design
September 2005- April 2006
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon

Graded weekly assignments, helped sessions and recitations, facilitated classroom activities.

Assistant professor,Transportation Engineering
January 2002- July 2005
Shandong Polytechnicy, China

 

Taught the theory and practice of rail transportation to undergraduate students; created course syllabus and selected course materials; designed lectures, assignments, exams and website, maintained the website and email distribution list, and held office hours; supervised student projects; advised students and served on department committees; generated external funding, and other related duties; completely renovated our teaching laboratory and purchased $170,000 new teaching equipment for a railway dispatcher training program.
Course Taught: railway freight traffic organization, railway transportation planning, field work in traffic dispatch, training on railway goods transport organization, programming language c, computer network, software engineering foundations, basis of computer engineering, multimedia technique, and web design/ web authoring.

Instructor,Transportation
July 1996- December 2001
Jinan Railway Polytechnic, China

 

Course Taught: railway transport equipment, railway goods transport organization

Other Professional Activities

Core personnel July 2014- Present

Research Projects

Funded Research Projects as PI/Co-PI

  1. The Latest Innovative Approaches to Intra-agency Skill-Based Resiliency, Most Appropriate for DelDOT. Mingxin Li (PI). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 06/08/2017-06/07/2019.
  2. How Can “Big Data” be Utilized to Enhance the Transit Planning Process and Transit Users’ Experiences? Mingxin Li (PI) and Ardeshir Faghri (Co-PI). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 06/08/2017-06/07/2019.
  3. What Innovative Applications and Utilizations of TMC Data Could be Immediately Implemented? Ardeshir Faghri (PI) and Mingxin Li (Co-PI). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 06/08/2017-06/07/2019.
  4. Fleet Operations: Snow Plow Route Optimization. Mingxin Li (PI) and Ardeshir Faghri (Co-PI). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 05/05/2016-05/04/2018.
  5. Determining Ideal Locations for Radar Speed Signs for Maximum Effectiveness,Phase I. Mingxin Li (PI) and Ardeshir Faghri (Co-PI). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 02/25/2015-02/24/2016.
  6. Determining Work Zone Capacities along Multi-Lane Signalized Corridors. Mingxin Li (PI) and Ardeshir Faghri (Co-PI). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 12/09/2014-12/08/2015.
  7. Satellite Assessment and Monitoring for Pavement Management. Ardeshir Faghri (PI) and Mingxin Li (Co-PI). National UTC Research Project. Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT). 09/01/2014-08/31/2015.
  8. Land Use Master Planning for Environmental Sustainability (MATS UTC Core Project). Marcia Scott (PI), Mingxin Li (Co-PI), and Sinaya Dayan (CO-PI) . Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center (MATS UTC). 09/01/2014-08/31/2016.

Other Research Projects Involved

  1. Lighting for Pedestrians/Urban Design. Ardeshir Faghri (PI) and Mingxin Li (Proposal Writer). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 09/01/2014-08/31/2015.
  2. Use of Porous Pavement Shoulders as Stormwater BMPs. Ardeshir Faghri (PI) and Mingxin Li (Proposal Writer). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 09/01/2014-08/31/2015.
  3. GPS Travel Time and Delay Data Collection and Analysis. Ardeshir Faghri (PI) and Mingxin Li (Project Supervisor). Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 2011-2016.
  4. Understanding the Contributions of Operations, Technology, and Design to Meeting Highway Capacity Needs. Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP2) Project C-05. Wayne Kittelson (PI). Transportation Research Board. 01/07/2008-12/31/2010.
  5. Co-Evolution of Transportation and Land Use: Modeling Historical Dependencies in Land Use and Transportation Decision. Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium (OTREC). 05/22/2007-05/31/2008.
  6. Brooklane Developments Traffic Impact Analysis. 2007.
  7. I-5 Freeway Corridor Operations Study Scope of Work – Task 200 – Data Collection and Calibration of Base Year VISSIM Model. 2007.
  8. Vancouver Regional District Transit Priority Plan. 2006.
  9. Traffic Impact Analysis Witham Oaks Development. 2006.

Professional Society Memberships

Transportation Research Board (TRB)
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE Communications Society
International Association of Travel Behavior Research (IATBR)
Regional Science Association International (RSAI)

Friends of TRB Committees on Freeway Operations (AHB20), Transportation and Land Development (ADD30), Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems (ABJ30), Travel Survey Methods (ABJ40), Transportation Demand Forecasting (ADB40), Bicycle Transportation (ANF20).

Reviewer for Academic Journals

IEEE Transaction on Intelligent Transportation Systems
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering
Annals of GIS
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies
Cities: International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology
Journal of Modern Transportation (Handling Editor)
International Journal of Digital Earth
Journal of the Transportation Research Board
Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering
Maritime Policy & Management
Public Works Management and Policy
Journal of Transportation Security
Journal of Location Based Services
Transportation Planning and Technology
Journal of Transportation Engineering
Journal of Airport Management
Journal of the Transportation Research Forum
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering
Research in Transportation Business & Management
European Transport Research Review
International Journal of Management Science and Engineering Management

Technical Skills

Transportation: AutoCAD/Autodesk Civil 3D, MicroStation, SYNCHRO, VISUM/VISSIM, DYNASMART/ DynusT, CUBE, TransCAD, TELUS/TELUM
Pavement:WESLEA, EVERSTRESS, KENSLAB
GIS: ArcGIS
Statistics: S-PLUS, R, SAS, SPSS, STATA
Programming Languages/Database: MATLAB, C#, VBA, GAMS, MySQL
Web: HTML & CSS, Dreamweaver/Fireworks, Python Web Crawler
Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Adobe Acrobat
Desktop publishing: FrameMaker, InDesign
 

Certificates

Engineering in Training (EIT), Utah
Professional Transportation Planner (PTP)

PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters

  1. Li, M.*, & Faghri, A. (2018) Chapter 8. A framework to analyze the economic feasibility of cycling facilities. In Bicycle Urbanism: Reimagining Bicycle Friendly Cities (pp. 124-143, New York: Routledge.

Journals

  1. Shahpar, A., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2017) Emission and Life Cycle Assessment of Alternative-Fuel Buses: A Case Study of the Delaware Authority of Regional Transit. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology. (Forthcoming)
  2. Li, M., Rouphail, N. M., Mahmoudi, M., Liu, J., Zhou, X. (2017). Multi-scenario optimization approach for assessing the impacts of advanced traffic information under realistic stochastic capacity distributions. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 77, 113–133.
  3. Li, M.*, Faghri, A., Ozden A. , Yue, Y. (2017). Economic Feasibility Study for Pavement Monitoring using Synthetic Aperture Radar Satellite Remote Sensing: A Cost–Benefit Analysis. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2645, 1-11.
  4. Vaughan, M. L., Faghri, A., & Li, M.* (2017). Knowledge-based Decision-Making Model for the Management of Transit System Alternative Fuel Infrastructures. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology.
  5. Wahed, M., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2017). An Innovative Simulation Model for the Operations of a Multipurpose Seaport: a Case Study from Port of Wilmington, USA. International Journal of Simulation and Process Modelling, 12(2), 151- 164.
  6. Vaughan, M. L., Faghri, A., & Li, M. (2017). An Interactive Expert System Based Decision Making Model For the Management of Transit System Alternate Fuel Vehicle Assets. Intelligent Information Management, 9(1), 1-20.
  7. Li, M., Zhou, X., Rouphail, N.M. (2017). Quantifying Travel Time Variability at a Single Bottleneck based on Stochastic Capacity and Demand Distributions. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems: Technology, Planning, and Operations, 21(2), 79-93.
  8. Li, M.*, Faghri, A. (2016). Applying Problem-Oriented and Project-Based Learning in a Transportation Engineering Course. ASCE's Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 142(3), 04016002.
  9. Laghaei, J., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2016). Impacts of Home Shopping on Vehicle Operations and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Multi-year Regional Study. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 23(5), 381-391.
    (This article was reported by over 180 media in 30 countries, such as The New York Times, United Press International, The Guardian, Science Daily, Helsingin Sanomat, etc.)
  10. Ozden A., Faghri, A., Li, M. (2016). Using Knowledge-Automation Expert Systems to Enhance the Use and Understanding of Traffic Monitoring Data in State DOTs. Procedia Engineering, 145, 980-986.
  11. Ozden A., Faghri, A., Li, M., Tabrizi, K. (2016). Evaluation of Synthetic Aperture Radar Satellite Remote Sensing for Pavement and Infrastructure Monitoring. Procedia Engineering, 145, 752-759.
  12. Fan, R. M., Zhu, B. Z., Huang, C. P., Sheng, Z. G., Mao, L., Li, M. (2015). Different modes of synergistic toxicities between metam/copper (II) and metam/zinc (II) in HepG2 cells: apoptosis vs. necrosis. Environmental Toxicology, 31(12), 1964–1973.
  13. Hamad, K., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2015). Forecasting model for vehicular demand: an alternative methodology in the context of developing countries. Journal of Developing Areas, 49(2), 125-143.
  14. Taromi, R., DuRoss, M., Chen, B., Faghri, A., Li, M.*, DeLiberty, T. (2015). A Multi-Objective Land Development Optimization Model: the case of New Castle County, Delaware. Transportation Planning and Technology, 38(3). 277-304.
  15. Berzina, L., Faghri, A., Shourijeh, M., Li, M.* (2014) Development of A Post-Processing Automation Procedure for the GPS-Based Travel Time Data Collection Technique. Journal of Transportation Technologies, 4(1), 63-71.
  16. Frey R., Faghri, A., Li, M. (2014). The Development of an Expert System for Effective Countermeasure Identification at Rural Unsignalized Intersections. International Journal of Information Science and Intelligent System, 3(1), 23-40.
  17. Li, M.*, Faghri, A. (2014). Cost–Benefit Analysis of Added Cycling Facilities. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2468), 55-63.
    (This article was identified as the only practice-ready paper of cycling policy and facility evaluation session at the 2014 TRB Annual Meeting.)
  18. Lichliter A., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2014). Assessing airport snow and ice removal and its economic implications for a sustainable airport management. Journal of Airport Management, 8(2), 174-188.
  19. Suarez R., Faghri, A., Li, M.*, (2014). Evaluation of the Accuracy and Automation of Travel Time and Delay Data Collection Methods. Journal of Transportation Technologies, 4(1), 72-83.
  20. van Boekhold, J., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2014). Evaluating Security Screening Checkpoints For Domestic Flights Using A General Microscopic Simulation Model. Journal of Transportation Security,7(1), 45-67.
  21. Berzina, L., Faghri, A., Shourijeh, M., Li, M. (2013). Evaluation of Travel Time Data Collection Techniques: A Statistical Analysis. International Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering, 2(6), 149-158.
  22. Humphrey S., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2013). Health and Transportation: the Dangers and Prevalence of Road Rage within the Transportation System. American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture,1(6), 156-163.
  23. Jia, A., Zhou, X., Li, M., Rouphail, N.M., Williams, B.M. (2011). Incorporating Stochastic Road Capacity into a Day-to-Day Traffic Simulation and Traveler Learning Framework: Model Development and Case Study. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2254(1), 112-121.
  24. Reynolds, W., Zhou, X., Rouphail, N.M., Li, M. (2010). Estimating Sustained Service Rates at Signalized Intersections with Short Left Turn Pockets: A Mesoscopic Approach. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2173), 64-71.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Mohammadiziazi, R., Faghri, A., Li, M. (2018) The Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Non-Motorized Transportation. Transportation Research Board 97th Annual Meeting, January 7-11, 2018, Washington, D.C.
  2. Scott, M., Kelly, C., Collins, E., Lewis, J., Faghri, A., Li, M.* (2017). Research of Viable Attributes and Potential to Integrate Curbside Intercity Buses. Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (No. 17-06609).
  3. Li, M.*, Faghri, A. (2015). Problem-Oriented and Project-Based Learning as an Innovative Approach for Teaching Highway Capacity Concepts. Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (No. 15-4544).
  4. Frey, R., Faghri, A., & Li, M.* (2014). Development of an Expert System for Effective Countermeasure Identification at Rural Unsignalized Intersections. Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (No. 14-3494).
  5. Li, M.*, Faghri, A. (2013). Cost–Benefit Analysis of Added Cycling Facilities, Bicycle Urbanism Symposium Reimagining Bicycle-Friendly Cities, Seattle, Washington.
  6. Li, M.*, Zhou, X., Rouphail, N.M. (2011). Quantifying benefits of traffic information provision under stochastic demand and capacity conditions: a multi-day traffic equilibrium approach. Intelligent transportation systems (ITSC), 2011 14th international IEEE conference on (pp. 2118-2123). IEEE. Washington, D.C.
  7. Li, M., Zhou, X., Rouphail, N.M. (2011). Planning-Level Methodology for Evaluating Traveler Information Provision Strategies under Stochastic Capacity Conditions. Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.(No. 11-3002).
  8. Zhou, X., Rouphail, N.M., Li, M. (2011). Analytical Models for Quantifying Travel Time Variability Based on Stochastic Capacity and Demand Distributions. Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.(No. 11-3603).
  9. Chen,X., Zhou X, Li, M. (2010). A Multiple User Class Static Traffic Assignment Model under Stochastic Capacity, Third International Conference on Innovations in Travel Modeling (ITM 2010), Tempe, Arizona.
  10. Chen,X., Zhou X, Li, M. (2010). A Gap Function-Based Static Traffic Assignment Model with Multiple User Classes under Stochastic Capacity, Third International Conference on Innovations in Travel Modeling (ITM 2010), Tempe, Arizona.
  11. Li, M. ,Zhou X, Chen,X. (2010). Vehicle Trajectory-Based Bottlenecks Identification and System-wide Impact Analysis, Third International Conference on Innovations in Travel Modeling (ITM 2010), Tempe, Arizona.

Abstract-Refereed Conference & Symposium Proceedings

  1. Fan, R., Li, M.*, Huang, C. P., Faghri, A. (2018). A Novel Environmentally-Benign Nanostructured Fertilizer for Sustainable Roadside Landscapes and Highway Runoff Pollution Control. Transportation Research Board 97th Annual Meeting, January 7-11, 2018, Washington, D.C.
  2. Li, M.*, Faghri, A. (2015). A Review to Determine Ideal Locations for Radar Speed Signs: Recommendations for Best Practice. 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2015), Las Vegas, Nevada. (No. 1434)
  3. Humphrey S., Faghri, A., Li, M. (2012). Mental Health and Transportation: The Dangers of Road Rage. Healthy Eating and Active Living (HEAL) 4th Annual Summit. Dover, Delaware.
  4. Pavlick D., Faghri, A., Li, M. (2012). Health Effects of the Built Transportation Environment. Healthy Eating and Active Living (HEAL) 4th Annual Summit. Dover, Delaware.
  5. Li, M.*, Su, L. (2010). Quantitative Method for Analyzing Road Network Ownership, Innovations in Pricing of Transportation Systems: Workshop and Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  6. Zhou, X., List, G., Li, M. (2007). Optimizing Truck Appointment Systems: An Integrated Lot Sizing and Queuing Model, 2nd Annual National Urban Freight Conference,December 5–7, 2007, Long Beach, CA.

Published Research Reports

  1. Li, M.*, Faghri, A., Fan, R. (2017). Determining Work Zone Lane Capacities along Multilane Signalized Corridor, Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 130 pp.
  2. Li, M.*, Faghri, A., Fan, R. (2017). Determining Ideal Locations for Radar Speed Signs for Maximum Effectiveness: A Review of the Literature, Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 70 pp.
  3. Faghri, A., Li, M., Ozden A., Nerwinski, Z., Mohammadiziazi, R. (2016). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2016 Summer), Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT). 59 pp.
  4. Scott, S., Li, M., Barnes, P., Stavru, W., Dayan, S., Jones, C., Matthews, J., Cragle, J. (2016). The Use of Smart-Growth Scorecards/Assessment Tools to Advance Sustainable Land-Use Practices. Charlottesville, VA: Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center, 158 pp.
  5. Faghri, A., Li, M., Russell, S. (2016). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2015 Fall), Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), 120 pp.
  6. Faghri, A., Li, M.*, Ozden A. (2015). Satellite Assessment and Monitoring for Pavement Management. Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation University Transportation Center (CAIT-UTC). Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Final Report (CAIT-UTC-NC4), 95 pp.
  7. Faghri, A., Li, M., Russell, S. (2015). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2015 Summer), Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT),63 pp.
  8. Faghri, A., Li, M., Ozden A., Russell, S. (2015). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2014 Fall), Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT),121 pp.
  9. Faghri, A., Li, M., Ozden A. (2014). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2014 Summer), 64 pp.
  10. Faghri, A., Li, M., Ozden A. (2014). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2013 Fall), Report # 240, Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT),122 pp.
  11. Faghri, A. Li, M. and Ozden A.(2013). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2013 Summer), Report # 237, Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), 61 pp.
  12. Faghri, A. Li, M. and Ozden A.(2013). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2012 Fall), Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), 116 pp.
  13. Faghri, A. and Li, M. (2013). Recently completed and implemented projects by the Delaware center for transportation (DCT), 119 pp.
  14. Faghri, A. and Li, M. (2012). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2012 Summer), Report # 231, Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), 62 pp.
  15. Faghri, A. and Li, M. (2012). Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) to Travel Time and Delay Measurements (2011 Fall) , Report # 224, Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), 116 pp.
  16. Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP2) Project C-05 research team(2010): Understanding the Contributions of Operations, Technology, and Design to Meeting Highway Capacity Needs, 218 pp.
  17. Zhang, L., Xu, W., Li, M. (2009). Co-Evolution of Transportation and Land Use: Modeling Historical Dependencies in Land Use and Transportation Decision –Making, US DOT UTC Program: OTREC, Final Report, 78 pp.

 Articles Published in Languages Other Than English

  1. Li, M*. (2004). Techniques for Teaching English in Information Technology Courses. Ningxia Education, Issue 11, 62.
  2. Li, M*. (2002). Teaching An Information Technology Course Using An Interactive Multi-Media Package, Ningxia Education, Issue 10, 54.

* Corresponding or presenting author