Dr. Akhavian was selected as an Outstanding Reviewer of the ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management for his service to the Journal. He serves as an Assistant Specialty Editor in the area of Cost and Schedule and a technical reviewer for the Journal.
We are pleased to announce that our project entitled Automated Measurement of Heavy Equipment Greenhouse Gas Emission: The Case of Road/Bridge Construction and Maintenance has been selected by the California State University Transportation Consortium (CSUTC) for funding. In this project, we build deep learning models to predict GHG emission of construction heavy equipment through activity …
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See more here Coupling human activity recognition and wearable sensors for data-driven construction simulation
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We are happy to report that one of our research papers titled “an integrated data collection and analysis framework for remote monitoring and planning of construction operations” published in the Elsevier Journal of Advanced Engineering Informatics is named one of the “most cited articles” since 2012.
Paper entitled “Ergonomic analysis of construction worker’s body postures using wearable mobile sensors” has been published in the Elsevier Journal of Applied Ergonomics.
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