Dr. Digvijay Pawar


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Dr. Digvijay S. Pawar

Assistant Professor

Department of Civil Engineering
Email:dspawar[at]iith.ac.in
Phone: +91 (040) 2301-6167

Link to Personal Website: http://www.iith.ac.in/~dspawar/

Research Interests:

Driver and Pedestrian Behavioral Modeling, Traffic Safety and Accident Analysis, Traffic Operation and Simulation, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Statistical Modelling and Classification Techniques,human factors

Education:

Ph.D.(2012-2015)(Transportation Systems Engineering),
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai.

M.Tech.(2010-2012)(Transportation Systems Engineering),
IIT Bombay, Mumbai

B.E (2005-2009) in Civil Engineering
Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli

 

 

Journal Publications:

[7] Pawar, D. and Patil, G. R. (2017). Minor-Street Vehicles Dilemma While Maneuvering Unsignalized Intersections. Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems. ASCE. (In Press)

[6] Pawar, D.S. and Patil, G. R. (2016). Critical gap estimation for pedestrians at uncontrolled mid-block crossings on high-speed arterials, Safety Science. 86, 295-303.(doi: 10.1016/j.ssci.2016.03.011)

[5] Pawar, D., Kumar, V., Singh, N., and Patil, G. R. (2016). Analysis of dilemma zone for crossing pedestrians at uncontrolled mid-block sections. Transportation Research Part C. (Accepted )

[4] Patil, G. R., and Pawar, D.S. (2015). Microscopic analysis of traffic behavior at uncontrolled intersections in India. Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research. (In Press)

[3] Pawar, D., Patil, G. R., Chandrasekharan, A., and Upadhyaya, S. (2015). Classification of gaps at uncontrolled intersections and midblock crossings using Support Vector Machines. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2515, 26-33.

[2] Pawar, D.S. and Patil, G. R. (2015). Pedestrian temporal and spatial gap acceptance at mid-block street crossing in developing world, Journal of Safety Research. 52, 39-46.(doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsr.2014.12.006)

[1] Patil, G. R., and Pawar, D.S. (2014). Temporal and spatial gap acceptance for minor road at uncontrolled intersections in India. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.2461, 129-136.

 

Refereed Conference Proceedings

[11] Pawar, D.S., and Patil, G. R. (2016). Factors affecting drivers gap acceptance behaviour at uncontrolled intrsections in India. Proceedings of 14th World Conference on Transportation Research (WCTR), Tongji University, Shanghai, China

[10] Pawar, D.S., and Patil, G. R. (2016). Dilemma of pedestrians during gap acceptance at uncontrolled mid-block crossings. Proceedings of 14th World Conference on Transportation Research (WCTR), Tongji University, Shanghai, China

[9] Pawar, D., Patil, G. R., Chandrasekharan, A., and Upadhyaya, S. (2015). Classification of gaps at uncontrolled intersections and midblock crossings using Support Vector Machines. Proceedings (CD-ROM) of 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D. C.

[8] Pawar, D., Patil, G. R. (2015). Exploring Pedestrian Temporal and Spatial Critical Gaps at Uncontrolled Midblock Crossings in India (CD-ROM) of 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D. C.

[7] Patil, G. R., and Pawar, D.S. (2014). Temporal and spatial gap acceptance for minor road at uncontrolled interesections in india. Proceedings (CD-ROM) of 93nd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D. C.

[6] Pawar, D.S., Kumar, V., Singh, N., and Patil, G. R. (2014). Analysis of dilemma zone for crossing pedestrians at uncontrolled midbolck sections. Proceedings (CD-ROM) of 93ndTransportation Research BoardAnnual Meeting, Washington D. C.

[5] Pawar, D.S., and Patil, G. R. (2014). Pedestrian Temporal and Spatial Gap Acceptance at Uncontrolled Marked Mid-Block Street Crossing in India, Presented at 14th COTA International Conference of Transportation Professionals(CICTP2014), Changsha July 4-7, 2014, China.

[4] Sardar, H., Pawar, D., and Patil, G. R.(2014). Accident Forecast of Mumbai City, In Proceedings of Recent Advances in Civil Engineering RACE2013, KLE Society’s M. S. Sheshgiri College of Engineering(CICTP2014), Belgaum, May 2013.

[3] Pawar, D.S., and Patil, G. R. (2013). Microscopic analysis of traffic behavior at uncontrolled intersections in India. Proceedings (CD-ROM) of 92nd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D. C.

[2] Pawar, D.S., and Patil, G. R. (2012). Micro-level traffic accident analysis at uncontrolled intersections, In proceedings of 10th Conference of Transportation planning and implementation methodologies for developing countries(TPMDC), Mumbai, India.

[1] Pawar, D. S., and Patil, G. R. (2011). System level traffic accident analysis and developing GIS based decision support for Mumbai city,In proceedings of 1st Conference ofTransportation Research Group of India (CTRG), Bangalore, India.

 

UG Courses

  • CE3820 Highway Design and Materials
  • CE3830 Railway and Airport Engineering
  • CE3840 Traffic Engineering and Planning
  • CE3841 Traffic Engineering Lab
  • CE3821 Highway Materials Lab