The CSULB Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) will write a white paper on introducing GIS technology to high school students. CITT will then develop the introductory GIS workshop for high school students with a focus on sustainable transportation.
This project developed a tool that can help the public better understand the total cost of owning and operating a personal vehicle over the lifetime of that vehicle, from vehicle purchase to vehicle disposal.
The purpose of this research was to develop new models of downtown rush-hour traffic congestion that account for traffic jams, with the goal of developing a numerical solution for the “bathtub model” of rush-hour traffic dynamics.
The overall goal of this work is to maximize total valorization of the glucan, xylan, and lignin found in a woody lignocellulosic biomass by understanding and advancing CELF pretreatment combined with downstream consolidated bioprocessing for the production of biofuels.