Dr Rajesh Krishnan is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Transport Studies. His research areas include Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), traffic sensors, real-time and offline analysis and use of transport data, traffic control and management and public transport.
He has been involved with a number of cutting edge ITS projects, working closely with academia and local government agencies in the UK and India. Rajesh has a PhD from Imperial College London and is an alumnus of Indian Institute of Technology - Madras. He is regular speaker at academic and industrial traffic technology events, and is an author of more than 50 academic publications.
Guo F, Polak JW, Krishnamoorthy R, 2018, Predictor fusion for short-term traffic forecasting, Transportation Research Part C - Emerging Technologies, Vol:92, ISSN:0968-090X, Pages:90-100
Araghi BN, Krishnan R, Lahrmann H, 2015, Mode-Specific Travel Time Estimation Using Bluetooth Technology, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol:20, ISSN:1547-2450, Pages:219-228