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Associate Professor of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
Haggerty Hall 263
(414) 288-5430
alexander.drakopoulos@marquette.edu
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Research Interests

  • Geometric design of highways
  • Traffic operations
  • Accident analysis
  • Human factors

Professional Preparation

Ph.D., 1993, Michigan State University

M.S., 1983, Michigan State University

B.S., 1981, University of Ioannina

Selected Publications

Ahmed, Umama, Drakopoulos, Aris, Ng, ManWo. "Impact of Heavy Vehicles on Freeway Operating Characteristics Under Congested Conditions. Accepted for publication." National Research Council Transportation Research Board. Washington, DC. USA. 13-1542. 14. 2013.

Drakopoulos, A., Dehman, A., Örnek, E., “Heavy Vehicle Influence Under the Microscope,” Mid-Continent Transportation Research Forum 2008, Madison, Wisconsin, August, 2008.

Dehman, A., Drakopoulos, A., “New Insights into Urban Freeway Breakdown Phenomenon,” Mid-Continent Transportation Research Forum 2008, Madison, Wisconsin, August, 2008.

Drakopoulos, A., Örnek, E., “Analysis of Run-Off-Road Crashes in Relation to Roadway Features and Driver Behavior,” Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium, Ames, Iowa, August, 2007.

Drakopoulos, A., Örnek, E., “Effect of Concrete Pavement Surface Texture on Traffic Safety: Longitudinal or Transverse Tines?” Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium, Ames, Iowa, August, 2007.

 

 

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