Diomo Motuba, PhD

Office:
Hastings Hall, 106D

Office hours:
Open office policy and on appointment

Phone:
701-231-1088

Diomo Motuba, PhD

Assistant Professor of Transportation and Logistics

Dr. Motuba's main focus has been developing algorithms that incorporate new and existing technologies into transportation planning models to better reflect the "how", "when" and "why" households, individuals and businesses make their travel decisions. How do new technologies for example, IOT, social media, connected automated vehicles impact how we build and maintain our transportation infrastructure? In addition to his research interests, Dr. Motuba teaches several graduate level courses.

Degrees:

  • Ph.D., North Dakota State University (Transportation and Logistics)
  • M.S., North Dakota State University (Agribusiness and Applied Economics)

Areas of Teaching Experience:

  • Transportation systems analysis
  • Transportation and land use integration
  • Logistics modeling

Research Interests:

  • Transportation and land use planning
  • Freight modeling
  • Transportation Economics
  • Connected automated vehicles
  • Logistics and supply chain management
  • Transportation safety

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