Research Assistant Professor Department of Statistics and Data Science, Academy for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies

Personal Profile

Dr. Meng Fanyu serves as a Research Assitant Professor in the Academy for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studeis of SUSTECH, focusing on risk assesment and emergency management for public safety. Dr. Meng  acquired his Ph.D. from the Dept. of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong in 2018, where he conducted his majority of research regarding road safety. His expertise includes but is not limited crash risk prediction, crash frequency analysis, crash/injury severity space-time modeling, driving behavior analysis, driving simulator experiments, etc.

Research

Risk analysis for natural disaster and accident

Emergency management and decision making

Economic impact analysis for public health events

Road safety

Driving psychology and behaviors


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Representative Journal Papers:

1. Meng F., Xu P., Song C., Gao K., Zhou Z., Yang L. (2020) Influential factors associated with consecutive crash severity: a two-level logistic modeling approach. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. (JCR Q1)

2. Zhou Z., Meng F.*, Xu C., Guo Z., N.N. Sze, N. Ouyang. (2020) Investigating the uniqueness of heterogenous crash injury severity in freeway tunnels: a comparative study in Guizhou, China. Accident Analysis and Prevention. (JCR Q1, under review)

3. Meng F., Zhou Z., Song C., Tay R., Yang L., Wang W. (2020) Factors associated with consecutive and non-consecutive crashes on freeways: a two-level logistic modeling approach. Accident Analysis and Prevention. (JCR Q1, under review)

4. Meng F.*, Wong S.C., Yan W., Li Y.C. and Yang L. (2019) Temporal patterns of driving fatigue and driving performance among male taxi drivers in Hong Kong: a driving simulator approach. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 125, 7-13. (JCR Q1)

5. Meng F., Du Y.C., Li Y.C. and Wong S.C. (2018) Modeling heterogeneous parking choice behavior in university campuses. Transportation Planning and Technology, 41, 154-169.

6. Meng F., Wong S.C., Pei X., Wong W., Li Y.C. and Huang H. (2017) Gas dynamic analogous exposure approach to interaction intensity in multiple-vehicle crash analysis: case study of crashes involving taxis. Analytic Methods in Accident Research, 16, 90-103. (JCR Q1)

7. Meng F., Xu P., Wong S.C., Huang H. and Li Y.C. (2017) Occupant-level injury severity analyses for taxis in Hong Kong: a Bayesian space-time logistic model. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 108, 297-307. (JCR Q1)

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Blk 3, Hui Yuan, SUSTECH, 1088 Xueyuan Ave, Shenzhen, China

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Email

mengfy@sustech.edu.cn

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