The purpose of ITSA@GT is to promote the advancement and integration of intelligent transportation systems by fostering the close association of students with the greater transportation profession and ITSA@GT; to acquaint students with topics of interest within the intelligent transportation arena; to promote common interests among students; to encourage the development and/or enhancement of intelligent transportation systems study.
If you are interested in: transportation policy, connected vehicles, V2V, autonomous cars, big data, transportation optimization, freight, new transportation businesses...then Join ITSA@GT
We are sponsored by the ITSA Georgia, please visit their site for more information.
Our national organization is recognized for advocating for the newest technologies making our roadways safer and efficient. Please visit the ITSA National site for more info.
General body meetings are held once a month. Please check the schedule for changes, and join the mailing list for information about transportation tech and research news.
We go on one outting a semester, open to all members of ITSA@GT and friends!
Joining ITSA is FREE, but to have access to our mentor database you must join our parent organization ITSGA as a student member for $25.
It is important that after you join, you forward the confirmation email to our Secretary: Hamza Abbassi ( h i a b b a s i g a t e c h e d u ).
We welcome students of all levels and all disciplines. We want members who enjoy talking about new transportation ideas, research, and businesses.
Our current membership roster features students majoring in ECE, Business, CE, and Public Policy!
Come out and bring a friend to our once a month general body meetings and have a chance at winning a great door prize for free!
ITSA@GT has an international student liaison program in which students from other universities partner with us to exchange new information and research related to ITS locally in their region.
Name: Syed Hassan Ahmed
Location: Daegu, South Korea
School: Kyungpook National University
Ph.D. student with focus in connected vehicle communications and networking
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