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Lee Han’s PhD student, Harry Zhang, is using a license plate recognition system developed by UT undergrads to get the state a fair share of federal tax funds.


For over 30 years, Lee Han has let traffic data tell its own story. His research incorporates emerging data streams to revolutionize road repair and save lives.


UT faculty and students attend the world’s largest transportation research conference to showcase leadership, improvements, and innovation in transportation.


Professor Lee Han was recently honored with the Southern District of the Institute of Traffic Engineers Excellence in Transportation Engineering Education Award.


Professor Lee Han is helping to test the viability of data collected from the WAZE smartphone app for use in guiding TDOT’s traffic engineering initiatives.


A 2017 article written by Professor Lee Han’s article was the third most highly cited paper in Transportation Research Record in 2019.


One of the ways that officials have been trying to combat the spread of COVID-19 is by asking people to […]


The transportation research faculty, consisting of Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood, along with Professor Chris Cherry and Professor Lee Han, are […]


Asad Khattak, Lee Han, and others are contributing to the next phase of connected and automated vehicle (CAV) development through virtual and field testing.