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Dr. Ghulam Bham is an assistant professor at Missouri Science and Technology University. He teaches in the civil, architectural and environmental engineering department. Bham received his bachelor's degree in civil engineering in Pakistan and earned his master's and doctorate degrees at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research interests include traffic operations and control, traffic modeling and simulation, traffic flow theory and characteristics, traffic safety, driver and vehicular behavior and pavement management systems. Bham's research has been published more than 10 times.

Jennifer Schmidt is a graduate research assistant at Midwest Roadside Safety Facility and her research focuses on the development of a new energy-absorbing roadside barrier. She is currently working on her doctoral degree in civil engineering at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.


In the Work Zone: A Look into the Safety of Speed Limits and Work Zone Devices under MASH Testing

Description: Speed-related crashes cost Americans over $40 billion per year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Please join us from 12-1 p.m. CDT Thursday, June 7th for a webinar entitled "In the Work Zone." Mid-America Transportation Center researchers Dr. Ronald Faller and Dr. Ghulam Bham will feature their research, and elucidate lessons learned about work zone sign crash standards and driver behavior. Faller is a Research Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and will be presenting with Research Associate Engineer Karla Lechtenberg. Bham is a professor at Missouri S&T University.


Dr. Ghulam Bham - Missouri Science and Technology University
Jennifer Schmidt - University of Nebraska - Lincoln

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