Yingfeng (Eric) Li is currently an Assistant Research Scientist at the Research and Implementation Division of the Texas Transportation A&M Institute (TTI). Through years of cutting-edge research in transportation and construction engineering, Dr. Li has developed expertise spanning several strategic areas affecting the nation’s transportation system and developed fundamental familiarity about state DOTs’ business processes. Dr. Li’s research portfolio boasts a large number of projects funded through federal, state, and local government agencies. The major areas of Dr. Li’s research experience are traffic operations and safety, construction safety, transportation asset management, GIS, transportation project development process, right of way, and utilities, and research implementation and technology transfer. Dr. Li’s educational background includes a Ph.D. degree from the University of Kansas (2007) and an M.A.S. degree from the Ryerson University (2003) in civil engineering. Over the years, Dr. Li has published a book on Highway Work Zone Safety and numerous journal papers, conference proceedings, and research reports. Dr. Li has also been actively participating in and contributing to professional organizations and communities. He is a Member of ASCE and its Safety Committee and a friend of several TRB committees. He has also served as a Technical Committee Member for an international conference. Dr. Li has served as a peer reviewer for several prestigious journals around the world.
Biography Updated on 2 December 2012