Sauleh Siddiqui

Co-Director, Center for Systems Science and Engineering

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Research Interests

Systems Research: Analysis and Optimization of Large Scale Systems in Energy and Environmental Markets, Transportation, and Public Health

  • Making Baltimore Bicycle Friendly Through a Public Health and Systems Engineering Analysis

    In a world dominated by conversations about improving energy, environment, and health outcomes, tackling urban transportation issues is at the forefront of action items. A number of engineers, public health practitioners, and urban planners are promoting the redesign of our current urban transport infrastructure, which will require a fundamental change in commuting behavior. Transportation accounts for over 25,000TWh of annual energy consumption worldwide and greenhouse gas emissions from transportation are expected to grow by 80% before the year 2030 and already account for a quarter of global emissions.

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