- CEGE 3201 Transportation Engineering, UMN, Spring 2021
- Traffic Engineering Topic: Geometric factors, traffic flow theory
- ITS Topic: Autonomated vehicles and intelligent transportation systems
- CEE 410 Traffic Engineering Fundamentals, UW, Spring 2019
- Graduate- and undergraduate-level
- Topic: Concepts of HCM calculation, traffic flow theory, transportation engineering and statistics
- Engineering Discovery Days, University of Washington, Spring 2019
- Topic: Transportation Data Science
Undergraduate Student Supervision
- Alexander Halatsis, Aerospace Engineering, University of Minnesota, Summer 2023.
- Topic: Driving behavior modeling
- Benjamin Rosenblad, Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota, Fall 2022.
- Li, T., Rosenblad, B., Wang, S., Shang, M., & Stern, R. (2022). Energy Impacts of Cyberattacks on Adaptive Cruise Control Vehicle. The IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV 2023). Accepted
- Matthew Fillippeli, Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota, Spring 2022.
- Li, T., Shang, M., Wang, S., Filippelli, M. & Stern, R. (2022, October). Detecting Stealthy Cyberattacks on Automated Vehicles via Generative Adversarial Networks. In 2022 IEEE 25th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), pp. 3632-3637, IEEE
- Joshua Klavins, Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota, Spring 2021 - Summer 2022.
- Li, T., Klavins, J., Xu, T., Davis, G., & Stern, R. (2022). [Understanding driver-pedestrian interactions to predict driver yielding: field experiments in Minnesota]. Under Review
- John Cullom, Computer Science, University of Minnesota, Fall 2020 - Spring 2021.
- Li, T., Cullom, J., & Stern, R. (2021, May). Leveraging video data to better understand driver-pedestrian interactions in a smart city environment. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Data-Driven and Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems (DI-CPS), pp. 6-11, ACM