2019 Michael Kyte Distinguished Lecture
Friday, Sept. 13
This annual event brings speakers from a variety of engineering backgrounds to the Moscow campus.
Featured Speaker: Darcy Bullock
Our Vehicles Know More about Our
Transportation Infrastructure Than We Do
4 p.m. with reception at 3 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 13
IRIC Atrium, Moscow campus
Darcy Bullock is the Lyles Family Professor of Civil Engineering at Purdue University and serves as the director of the Joint Transportation Research Program. Bullock is a registered professional engineer in Indiana and has 30 years of experience in the industry working closely with vendors, state agencies, USDOT, and colleagues at other universities. Bullock’s teaching, research and consulting interests have been in the general area of traffic engineering, and he’s been published in over 350 journal articles, conference proceedings and technical reports, several of which have received national awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers, Transportation Research Board and Institute of Transportation Engineers.
He received his bachelor’s in civil engineering from the University of Vermont and a Master of Science and doctorate in civil engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
About the Michael Kyte Lecture
The event honors University of Idaho Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering Michael Kyte. His research focuses on traffic signal systems, highway capacity and transportation engineering education. He received his doctorate in civil engineering from the University of Iowa, masters in civil engineering from the University of California – Berkeley, and bachelor's in systems engineering from the University of California – Los Angeles.