Washington State University

Kshitij Jerath - Assistant Professor

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Kshitij Jerath - Assistant Professor

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Kshitij Jerath

Contact Information:

office Sloan 209
telephone 509 335 8435
e-mail kshitij.jerath@wsu.edu
Postal mail Kshitij Jerath
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Washington State University
PO BOX 642920
Pullman, WA 99164-2920

Joined MME in 2015;
Ph.D. received from The Pennsylvania State University, 2014.

Research Interests:

  • Self-organized dynamics in complex systems
  • Multi-agent systems
  • Connected and autonomous vehicles
  • System reliability and prognostics
  • Robotic ensembles

Recent Publications:

  • Jerath, K., Ray, A., Brennan, S., and Gayah, V.V., 2015, “Dynamic Prediction of Vehicle Cluster Distribution in Mixed Traffic: A Statistical Mechanics-Inspired Method”, IEEE Trans. on Intelligent Transportation Systems, http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TITS.2015.2409798
  • Jerath, K., and Brennan, S., 2015, “Identification of locally influential agents in self-organizing multi-agent systems”, Proceedings of the American Control Conference 2015
  • Jerath, K., Gayah, V.V., and Brennan, S., 2014, “Influential subspaces of connected vehicles in highway traffic”, Symposium Celebrating 50 Years of Traffic Flow Theory, August 2014, Portland, OR
  • Jerath, K., and Brennan, S., 2012 “Analytical prediction of self-organized traffic jams as a function of increasing ACC penetration”, IEEE Trans. on Intelligent Transportation Systems,http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TITS.2012.2217742

Publications listed at Google Scholar:

13 Titles in date order
List format:
 Title (Link to document)
 Authors
 Source Publication
Cited by Year
Mitigation of self-organized traffic jams using cooperative adaptive cruise control
T Kim, K Jerath
Connected Vehicles and Expo (ICCVE), 2016 International Conference on, 7-12 , 2016
  2016
Simulation Framework for UAS Conceptual Design
K Jerath, JW Langelaan
AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, 1186 , 2016
  2016
Identification of locally influential agents in self-organizing multi-agent systems
K Jerath, S Brennan
American Control Conference (ACC), 2015, 335-340 , 2015
  2015
Influential subspaces of connected vehicles in highway traffic
K Jerath, VV Gayah, SN Brennan
Symposium Celebrating 50 Years of Traffic Flow Theory , 2014
1 2014
Statistical mechanics-inspired framework for studying the effects of mixed traffic flows on highway congestion
K Jerath, A Ray, S Brennan, VV Gayah
American Control Conference 2014, 5402 - 5407 , 2014
1 2014
Analytical prediction of self-organized traffic jams as a function of increasing ACC penetration
K Jerath, SN Brennan
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 13 (4), 1782-1791 , 2012
18 2012
GPS-free terrain-based vehicle tracking on road networks
K Jerath, SN Brennan
American Control Conference (ACC), 2012, 307-311 , 2012
3 2012
GPS-free terrain-based vehicle tracking performance as a function of inertial sensor characteristics
K Jerath, SN Brennan
ASME 2011 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference and Bath/ASME Symposium on ... , 2011
13 2011
Impact of Adaptive Cruise Control on the Formation of Self-organized Traffic Jams on Highways
K Jerath
The Pennsylvania State University , 2010
4 2010
Adaptive Cruise Control: Towards higher traffic flows, at the cost of increased susceptibility to congestion
K Jerath, S Brennan
Proceedings of AVEC 10 , 2010
5 2010
A failure rate analysis of complex vehicles
JM Yutko, K Jerath, SN Brennan
International Journal of Heavy Vehicle Systems 17 (1), 76-98 , 2009
  2009
Intellectual Property Monetization by R&D Institutions in India and China
R Deshpande, D Johar, A Kasyap, C Feng, K Jerath, Z Li
  2007
Dynamic Prediction of Vehicle Cluster Distribution in Mixed Traffic: A Statistical Mechanics-Inspired Method
K Jerath, A Ray, S Brennan, VV Gayah
IEEE , 0
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