Έργα Αλύπιου Χατζηιωάννου

Specific project assignments at Cal Poly include:

  • Principal Investigator: Feasibility Study of a Monorail Based Transit System for Fresno, CA (Funded by FAST a private group in Fresno).
  • Co-Principal Investigator: Project Demonstrating a “Smart” Transit System for the Central Coast (funded by Caltrans with Federal contributions at more than $1,000,000).
  • Principal Investigator: Project Evaluating VIPS Installations in California and Developing Installation Standards for Caltrans Detector Locations (funded by Caltrans at ~$150,000).
  • Principal Investigator: Projects on Urban & Rural Comparison and Alternative Propulsion Systems within the Precursor Systems Analysis of Automated Highway Systems (funded by the Federal Highway Administration through PATH and TRW for 1993-94 at ~$200,000).
  • Principal Investigator: Project on the field testing of the Video Image Processing Technology for Traffic Detection (funded by Caltrans at ~$240,000).
  • Principal Investigator: Project assisting U.C. Berkeley in the Development of More Effective Image Processing Algorithms (funded by PATH at ~$15,000).
  • Co- Principal Investigator: Project on Evaluation of Changeable Message Sign Technology (funded by Caltrans ~50,000).
  • Co- Principal Investigator: Phase II project of the training course on Freeway Surveillance and Control (funded by the Federal Highway Administration for the 1994-95 period at ~150,000).
  • Co-Principal Investigator/Project Director of the training course on Freeway Surveillance and Control (funded by the Federal Highway Administration in the Summer 1993 period).
  • Co-Principal Investigator/Project Director of the study of the Effects of Metering on Ramp Speed Profiles (funded by ARB in 1993 at $100,000).
  • Co-Principal Investigator of the project on the Elimination of the Douglas-Nash Onramp (funded by Caltrans HQ in 1992).
  • Co-Principal Investigator/Project Director of the Demonstration project for the use of Inductive Radio Technology in IVHS applications (funded by Caltrans at $580,000).
  • Project Manager, Video Image Processing for Traffic Detection and Analysis project, September 1989 – June 1991 (funded by Caltrans at $300,000).
  • Project Co-Director, International Workshop on : Human Factors Issues in the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Air-Traffic Control, June 1990 – June 1991 (funded by NASA at $70,000).
  • Project Manager, Traffic Operations Control Center Simulator and Closed Circuit Television Systems for Traffic Monitoring Evaluation projects, Applied Research and Development Facility, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, October 1989 – June 1990 (funded by Caltrans at $710,000 and $100,000 respectively).
  • Non-Commissioned Officer, Greek Air Force, Branch of Foreign Affairs and Air Traffic Control, Athens, Greece, January 1986 – January 1988.
  • Contractor/Construction Supervisor, housing projects, Kea, Greece 1985-86.
  • Teaching Associate, Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, September 1982 -April 1984. Courses included material in transportation operations and planning at both graduate and undergraduate level.
  • Research Assistant, Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, June 1981 -April 1984. Research work in collision risk estimation and Air Traffic Control automation.
  • Roadway Construction Site Supervisor, Ergodomi S.A., Athens Greece, October 1976 – May 1979.