is an Associate Professor of Transportation Engineering within the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Dr. Wang received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from University of Massachusetts, Amherst in Applied Mathematics and Civil Engineering (Transportation), and B.S. and M.S. degrees from Hebei University of Technology and Beijing University of Technology, China. Dr. Wang's research interests include (1) Interdisciplinary Disaster Resilience: use the ABM framework to evaluate the impacts of heterogeneous decision-making behavior on life safety under unplanned infrastructure network disruptions; (2) Critical Resilient Interdependent Lifeline and Infrastructure Networks: system resilience characteristics and dependency/interdependency modeling; (3) Heterogeneous Traffic Flow Modeling and Simulation: deterministic and stochastic fundamental diagram of traffic flow, hysteresis, and stochastic capacity analysis; and (4) Connected Automated Vehicle (CAV): mobility and safety analysis in a mixed traffic flow environment under varying levels of market penetrations. He is a member for three TRB standing committees: AHB45 Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics, ABJ70 Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications and ABR30: Emergency Evacuation and AHB45 (3) Subcommittee.