Karl Wunderlich

Karl Wunderlich

Areas of Expertise:
Transportation analysis, traffic simulation, traveler information, and travel reliability

Karl conducts research to improve modeling and simulation tools used by roadway and transit system managers to guide new investment and improve operational practices. His research includes the study of both traffic flow fundamentals as well as how travelers and system managers use innovative technologies to communicate and improve decision-making.

Noblis Projects:

  • U.S. Department of Transportation Connected Vehicle/Traveler Research
  • Federal Highway Administration Office of Operations Traffic Analysis Tools program
  • Transportation Research Board Strategic Highway Research Program 2 -Traveler Information and Travel Time Reliability (SHRP2-L14) differentiating methods of delivering reliability information

Doctorate Degree, Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan
Master's Degree, Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan
Bachelor's Degree, Industrial Engineering & Management Science, Northwestern University

Project Management Professional (PMP)

Wunderlich, Karl. “Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Program: Calculating Multimodal Corridor Performance Measures from Simulation Outputs.” 18th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems. Orlando, Fla. 2011. 

Wunderlich, Dr. Karl E. "Travel Time Reliability and Other Considerations for Performance Management."  Transportation Research Board (TRB), Texas Transportation Institute (TTI), Beijing Transportation Research Center (BTRC) Workshop, Beijing, China. Oct. 28-29, 2009. Presentation.

Hear Karl talk about how he and Noblis are helping to improve road transportation systems.

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