Dr Aleksandar Stevanovic
Dr Aleksandar Stevanovic is Associated Professor of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatics Engineering and Director of the Laboratory of Adaptive Traffic Operations and Management (LATOM) at the Florida Atlantic University. He has earned B.Sc. in Traffic and Transportation Engineering at University of Belgrade (Serbia) followed by M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Civil Engineering at University of Utah.
He has published more than 80 journal and conference papers and presented at over 50 international, national, and state seminars and professional meetings. He has been principal investigator on 19 research projects for a total of over $2.3 million in funding, and has authored more than 25 technical reports for various transportation agencies, including: TRB/NAS, NSF, UDOT, UTA, FLDOT, NJDOT, and others.
Although Dr. Stevanovic’s main research interests emphasize arterial operations and traffic signal control, he is best known for his contributions in Adaptive Traffic Control Systems – the field where he has been involved in several field and simulation studies, worked with multiple real-world systems, and authored numerous publications. He is a sole author of the NCHRP 403 Synthesis Study – Adaptive Traffic Control Systems: Domestic and Foreign State of Practice and has been invited many times to give talks about ATCSs both nationally and internationally.