Professor Asad Khattak is researching the path to a driverless future, and his findings show challenges for the adoption of connected automated vehicles.
Beaman Professor Asad Khattak focuses on enhancing driver safety through experiments that identify and detect driver impairment.
UT’s Asad Khattak studies the variables surrounding motorcycle crashes and injuries, as fatalities of motorcyclists are 25-30 times that of other drivers.
Four seniors from the Tickle College of Engineering, including CEE’s Zachary Jerome, have been selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship program awards.
For a commuter, nothing quite sinks the heart like having to slow to a stop in a seemingly never-ending line […]
Although smart technology continues to completely alter the way humans in the modern world communicate and obtain information, the global […]
Asad Khattak, Lee Han, and others are contributing to the next phase of connected and automated vehicle (CAV) development through virtual and field testing.
CEE doctoral student in transportation, Ali Boggs, received one of three scholarships awarded by the Middle Tennessee Chapter of American […]
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