Sara Respati

PhD, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Sara completed a Masters in 2011 from the renowned Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia in 2011, with a one-year exchange program at Linkoping University, Sweden. Sara is currently a PhD candidate at the Queensland University of Technology, having submitted her PhD thesis for external review in early 2020. Sara’s thesis is titled Network-Scale Arterial Traffic State Prediction: Fusing Multisensor Traffic Data.

Her PhD research focuses on fusing various traffic data, including Bluetooth and GPS-based, to estimate travel time accurately. This research involves both real and simulated traffic data. Sara’s research contribution also lies in large-scale traffic-state prediction using field big-data of Bluetooth travel time. Her other research interests include data segmentation or clustering, model benchmarking and AI-based modelling for prediction.