Amber Chen studied Transportation Technology and Management at National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) from 2006 to 2010 and Civil Engineering at National Taiwan University (NTU) from 2010 to 2012 in Taiwan. Then, she worked as transportation engineer at Chieng Cheng Technology and CECI for two years. From 2014, she pursued the PhD program at the University of Texas at Austin in the US.
- Bus priority system
- Dynamic traffic assignment
- Traffic simulation in freeway and urban area
- IGERT Fellowship Trainees (Sep 2014 – Aug 2016)
- European Satellite Navigation Competition (Apr 2011): Honorable Mention
"Automatic Extraction of a Subnetwork for Dynamic Traffic assingment", accepted by the International Journal of Transport Development and Integration, 2016.
“Innovative Transportation Service: A Car Sharing Optimization Model”, accepted by the International Road Federation, 2013.
“Optimal fleet size and fares in the car sharing market”, accepted at the Strait Intelligent Transportation System Conference, 2012.