Said Easa Salad

  • Nationality:Canada
  • Professional filed: Automotive and transportation equipment
  • Academic degree: PHD candidate
  • Working language: English
  • Working life: ten year
  • Service regions:

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Professional Consulting

  • Service form: Canada
  • Graduated school: University of California at Berkeley
  • Academic degree: PHD candidate

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About mentor

Profile Overview

Dr. Easa's international activities include serving as chair of the ASCE Intermodal Committee, member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the International Journal of Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, and guest editor of several special issues of this journal. Dr. Easa was Chair of the Executive Committee of the ASCE Urban Transportation Division (1997) and its CSCE counterpart (1994-98), and co-chair of the ASCE conference on "Transportation, Land Use, and Air Quality: Making the Connection," Portland, Oregon, 1998. Dr. Easa has led a CSCE delegation to China in 1998 focusing on sustainable transportation systems. His work received several national/international best-paper and lifetime achievement awards, including the 2005 Arthur M. Wellington Prize, from ASCE for the best paper on transportation on land, on water, in air, or on closely related fields such as structural, geotechnical, and environmental engineering, the 2003 Sandford Fleming Award from CSCE in recognition of his "outstanding contributions to the development and practice of transportation engineering in Canada", and the 2001 Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award from ASCE in recognition of his "outstanding contributions to ASCE and the transportation profession throughout his career."

Credentials & Honors

2018 Best Paper Award, Journal of Transportation Engineering: Part A – Systems, American Society of Civil Engineers, for paper entitled, "Innovative roadside design curve of lateral clearance: roadway simple horizontal curves." By You, Q. and Easa, S., 142(11), 2016.
2017 Journal paper has been featured in ASCE SmartBrief
and ASCE eNews Weekly email. The paper is entitled “Sight-distance requirements for left-turning vehicles at two-way stop controlled intersections,” by E. Dabbour and S. Easa, Journal of Transportation Engineering - Part A: Systems.
2015 Honourary Chair, Department of Transportation Engineering, Fuzhou University, Fujian, China.
2012 Thousand Talents Program award, Government of China.
2009 Best Paper Award, Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee, U.S. Transportation Research Board. Award
2007 K.B. Woods Award Nominee, Award given each year by the U.S. Transportation Research Board for the best journal paper in the area of design and construction.
2005 Arthur M. Wellington Prize, from American Society of Civil Engineers for the best paper on transportation on land, on water, in air, or on closely related fields such as structural, geotechnical, and environmental engineering. Award.
2004 Best Paper Award, Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE.
2001 Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award, from American Society of Civil Engineers in recognition of "outstanding contributions to ASCE and the transportation profession throughout his career at national and local levels both professionally and as an academician." Award

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