Prof. Xiaoqing Zeng is professor at College of Transportation Engineering, Tongji University, China. She received her Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. degree from Tongji University in 1990, 1992 and 1995, respectively. Her research focuses in the field of transportation information and control engineering. She has published more than 50 papers, received 6 patents, wrote 6 books in Chinese and one of which was awarded the first prize by Tongji University. For a long term, Prof. Zeng has been committed to talent cultivation. She teaches 14 undergraduate and graduate courses, including Rail Transit Control and Management, Traffic Information Systems and Engineering, ATC Technology of Urban Vehicle, etc. At present Prof. Zeng holds the position of director of Traffic Information and Control, United Experimental Center, professor and PhD supervisor of School of Transportation, Tongji University. Prof. Zeng also holds a concurrent post of vice president and secretary general of Shanghai Creative Studies Institute.
Q：Why did you become an engineer?
A：Because I can apply the knowledge of mathematics, mechanics, rail transit and computer science that I learned during my undergraduate, master, doctor and postdoctoral period to the engineering field. For example, I proposed China's "autonomous decentralized" intelligent technology system in the field of railway, and contributed to the field of traffic safety/security and environmental protection.
Q：What advice would you give to young women interested in science and engineering?
A：Do what you're good at, and apply what you've learned.
This book presents research advances in intelligent transportation and smart cities in detail, mainly focusing on green traffic and urban utility tunnels, presented at the 4th International Symposium for Intelligent Transportation and Smart City (ITASC) held at Tongji University, Shanghai, on May 8–10, 2019.
This book presents research advances in intelligent transportation and smart cities in detail, mainly focusing on green traffic and urban utility tunnels, presented at the 3rd International Symposium for Intelligent Transportation and Smart City (ITASC) held at Tongji University, Shanghai, on May 19–20, 2017.