Nate Bailey

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PhD Candidate

Nate is a Ph.D. candidate in the Interdepartmental Program in Transportation. Nate graduated from Berkeley with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research. There, he was a research assistant at California Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology. Prior to joining JTL for his Ph.D. research, Nate obtained a Master of Science in Transportation from MIT, advised by Professor Carolina Osorio in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Nate’s research interests focus on how autonomous vehicles may influence traveler behavior and impact transportation systems, focusing particularly on how travelers will use the time spent traveling in AVs.

In addition to his research pursuits, Nate is a member of the MIT Curling Club and occasionally hosts pub trivia. 

Research Projects: Transport for London

Research Interests: Reinterpreting Time, Automated Vehicle Analytics