Sara Khoeini is an assistant research professor of transportation systems in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University. She is also the assistant director of a USDOT Tier 1 University Transportation Center (UTC) called TOMNET (Teaching Old Models New Tricks). Before joining ASU, Khoeini was a research scientist at Georgia Institute of Technology. She is currently studying the users attitudes, perceptions and potential responses to emerging transportation services and technologies such as ridehailing services and autonomous vehicles. Her research goal is to get advantage of these transformative technologies toward a more sustainable, satisfying, efficient, and safe urban area for the future. She is also studying the impact of transportation systems and people activity participation on the wellbeing and energy consumption.
Urban Transportation Systems Planning
Travel Behavior Analysis
Emerging Connected, Shared and Autonomous Mobility
Travel Survey Methods and Data Collection
Sustainability, Wellbeing and Energy
Activity-Travel Behavior Modeling and Simulation
Instructor (Co-teaching with Dr. Ram Pendyala), spring 2017 and 2018