2016 Michael Kyte Distinguished Lecture
Moving forward over the next 15,000 days:
Shaping our future transportation system
Oct. 4, 2016
The first speaker in this annual celebration of professor Emeritus Michael Kyte’s extraordinary career is Wayne Kittelson, P.E. and senior principal engineer at Kittelson & Associates, Inc., in Portland, Ore. Kittelson’s will speak on the topic of: Moving forward over the next 15,000 days: shaping our future transportation system.
About the Michael Kyte Lecture
The event honors University of Idaho Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering Michael Kyte. His research focuses on traffic signal systems, highway capacity and transportation engineering education. He received his doctorate in civil engineering from the University of Iowa, masters in civil engineering from the University of California – Berkeley, and bachelor's in systems engineering from the University of California – Los Angeles.