Faculty Profile

 Nezamuddin, Assistant Professor

GEM 107

Curriculum Vitae


Nezamuddin received a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Transportation) from The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) in 2011, and an M.S and a B. Tech in the same discipline from the University of Central Florida and the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, respectively. He was awarded numerous scholarships throughout his studies, including the prestigious Dwight D. Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship from the Federal Highway Administration and Mary Kate Collins Memorial Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Civil Engineering at UT Austin. After obtaining Ph.D., Nezamuddin worked at the Center for Transportation Research at UT Austin applying dynamic multimodal transportation network modeling to solve transportation planning, traffic operations, and work zone problems for several Central Texas transportation agencies. Nezamuddin joined the faculty at Valparaiso University in the fall of 2013.  He is currently an assistant professor of Civil Engineering.


Ph.D., Civil Engineering - The University of Texas at Austin 2011
M.S., Civil Engineering - University of Central Florida, Orlando 2006
B. Tech., Civil Engineering - Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India 2003

Areas of Specialization


Multimodal Systems, Dynamic Network Modeling, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Active Traffic Management, Traffic Simulation, Emissions Modeling, Transit Assignment, User's Route-building Behavior, Transportation Logistics and Optimization, Parallel Computing.

Courses Taught

Spring 2014

CE 252 – Introduction to Transportation Engineering

CE 354 – Design of Transportation Facilities

GE 301 – Financial and Ethical Decisions in Engineering


Fall 2013

CE 202 – Statistical Applications in Civil Engineering

CE 490 – Traffic Engineering

Research Interests

Nezmuddins' research interests include dynamic network modeling, intelligent transportation systems and active traffic management, and application of high performance computing to solve transportation problems.


  • Routing Strategies for Emergency Management Decision Support Systems during Evacuation,  Journal of Transportation Safety & Security., (accepted)  (J. Yu, A. Pande, N. Nezamuddin, F. Edwards and V. Dixit)
  • Developing Microscopic Toll Plaza and Toll Road Corridor Model with PARAMICS. Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2047, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 2008, pp. 100-110., 2008  (N. Nezamuddin and H. Al-Deek)
  • Speed Distribution Profile of Traffic Data and Sample Size Estimation., Traffic Engineering and Control, Vol. 51, No. 4, April 2010, pp. 147-152., 2010  ( N. Nezamuddin, J. Crunkleton, P. J. Tarnoff and S. T. Waller. )
  • A Continuous Dynamic User Equilibrium Algorithm Using the Link Transmission Model, Networks and Spatial Economics, (in review)  (N. Nezamuddin and S. Boyles)
  • Operational and Safety Benefits of Variable Speed Limits and Peak-Period Shoulder Use., Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems. , (in review)  (N. Nezamuddin, N. Jiang, J. Ma, T. Zhang and S. T. Waller.)

Professional Affiliations

  • Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
  • Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America)
  • Transportation Research Board (TRB)
  • Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)