Ronghui Liu is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, UK. She received her BSc from Peking University, China in 1986 and PhD from Cambridge University, UK in 1991. Her span a number of themes in the field of transport studies: in vehicle dynamics and traffic microsimulaton model developments; in traffic control theory and algorithms; in travel behaviour and Intelligent mobility; in stochastic models and reliability analysis; in public transport operations and controls; in timetabling and schedule coordination; and in train control and railway traffic management systems. She is particularly interested in the interrelationships between these themes, and methodologies for estimation, design and evaluation of their network-wide effects. She is the author/co-author of over 200 papers including publications in leading international journals of the field such as in Transportation Science, Transportation Research Part A, B, C and E, Transportation, Transportmetrica, Physica A, Networks and Spatial Economics, and Science of the Total Environment. She is the co-editor a book on Artificial Transportation Systems Simulation following a series IEEE-ITS special sessions on the subject.
1. Vehicle dynamics simulation and traffic signal control 2. Train simulation and railway traffic management 3. Network assignment and simulation modelling 4. Public transport operations and control