Jimi Oke

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I am an Assistant Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Prior to this, I was a postdoctoral associate at the Intelligent Transportation Systems Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, from 2016 through 2019. I obtained my PhD in Civil Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University in 2016. My research interests are in advancing network science and machine learning for discovery and problem-solving towards accessibility, resilience and sustainability in the built environment. Currently, my domain lies chiefly at the intersection of transportation, energy and the environment.


project-groundwork - Cost-benefit model for electric-broadband utility co-deployment decision support

tracking-msa-ghg - Tracking regional emissions for climate action

water-accessibility - Quantifying water accessibility and understanding the relevant factors in a global scale.

tree-risk-ai - Artificial Intelligence for Tree Failure Identification and Risk Quantification