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92 APPENDIX C Conference Participants Stuart Anderson Iowa Department of Transportation Akintola Aremu Texas Southern University Anne Aylward U.S. Department of Transportation Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Nicole Bartolucci U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System Kevin Baughman SAS Institute Sebastien Belanger Transport Canada Mark Berndt Quetica Richard Billings Eastern Research Group Paul Bingham EDR Group Gerald Bove University of Rhode Island Doug Briggs SDDC-TEA Helen Brohl U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System Scott Brotemarkle Transportation Research Board Bruce Busler USTRANSCOM Linsey Callaghan Rhode Island Division of Statewide Planning Shama Campbell Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Edward Carr Energy and Environmental Research Associates Matthew Chambers U.S. Department of Transportation Chelsea Champlin OST-R Anastasios Charisis Florida Atlantic University Paul Ciannavei IHS Alison Conway City College of New York James Corbett University of Delaware Joseph Crabtree Kentucky Transportation Center Patricia DiJoseph U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

93 Robin Dillon-Merrill National Science Foundation James Dobbins FACTOR, Inc. Paula Dowell Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Scott Drumm Port of Portland Rebecca Dye Federal Maritime Commission Charles Edwards North Carolina Department of Transportation Bill Eisele Texas A&M Transportation Institute Monique Fahie U.S. Coast Guard Michael Fitzgerald Federal Maritime Administration Mania Flaskou IHS Markit Cassia Galvao Texas A&M University Brittney Gick Transportation Research Board Daniel Hackett Hackett Associates LLC Kathleen Hancock Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Sarah Harrison University of Georgia Jolene Hayes Fehr & Peers Lawrence Henesey Blekinge Institute of Technology Sarah Hernandez University of Arkansas Samuel Howard U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System Polina Hristeva Transport Canada Jonathan Hsieh U.S. Coast Guard Nathan Huynh University of South Carolina Evangelos Kaisar Florida Atlantic University Lokesh Kalahasthi Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Nicole Katsikides Texas A&M Transportation Institute Maryiam Kazmi New Jersey Department of Transportation Joe Kendall ABS Group Amirhassan Kermanshah Vanderbilt University Nicholas Komninos U.S. Coast Guard Marin Kress U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System/ U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jim Kruse Texas A&M Transportation Institute

94 Catherine Lawson University at Albany Eric Leblanc SAS Institute Inc. Jeff Lillycrop USACE Hector Guillermo Lopez-Ruiz KAPSARC Donald Ludlow CPCS Trancom Inc. Caroline Mays Texas Department of Transportation Kathryn McIntosh U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center Jacqueline McKinney U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System Elizabeth Mclean University of Rhode Island Shannon McLeod WSP Rodrigo Mesa Arango Florida Institute of Technology Kenneth Ned Mitchell U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Patricia Mutschler U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System Heather Nachtmann University of Arkansas Nora Nezamuddin KAPSARC Michael Pack CATT Laboratory Clint Padgett U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Birat Pandey Federal Highway Administration Office of Operations, Office of Freight Management and Operations Alisha Pena Texas Department of Transportation Heather Perez ERG Steven Peterson Oak Ridge National Laboratory Craig Philip Vanderbilt University Joshua Rebello U.S. Department of Transportation Todd Ripley U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Maritime Administration Gareth Robins EROAD Sarah Rudy Texas Department of Transportation Diane Rusanowsky U.S. Coast Guard Mahdi Safa Lamar University Douglas Scheffler U.S. Coast Guard Christine Schlenker Greater Houston Port Bureau Brandan Scully U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center

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TRB has released Transforming the Marine Transportation System Through Multimodal Freight Analysis: Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Marine Transportation System Research and Development Conference that summarizes the discussion about multimodal freight transportation that took place on June 19-21, 2018.The conference considered potential research to address issues associated with transforming the marine transportation system (MTS) and explored opportunities to harness robust multimodal freight transportation data and analytics. Sessions at the conference focused on multimodal freight operations, planning, and policy; challenges associated with the corresponding analytics; and using these analytics for strategic MTS planning. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.

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