Tariq Saeed appointed to two Transportation Research Board committees
Tariq Usman Saeed, a doctoral student in Transportation & Infrastructure Systems Engineering, has been appointed as a young member to the Standing Committee on Statistical Methods (ABJ80) and the Standing Committee on Bridge Preservation (AHD37) of Transportation Research Board (TRB) of The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. He was appointed in recognition of the active roles he continues to play in the functions of these committees.
TRB Committee ABJ80 is associated with the application of statistical methods in the field of transportation. The committee works to foster understanding of statistics through workshops etc; identifies research needed in statistics for application in transportation and as a resource on statistical methodologies for all other TRB committees or activities.
The Standing Committee on Bridge Preservation (AHD37) is concerned with research, methods, and tools that can extend the useful lives of bridges through preservation treatments, and design and construction practices. The Committee advances bridge preservation research and provides a forum for practitioners, academia, and industry to share information on preservation needs and emerging topics in bridge preservation.
Tariq is a student of Professor Sam Labi.