Dieter Pfoser and Andreas Z├╝fle (George Mason University) and Carola Wenk (Tulane University) were awarded $825,533 by the National Science Foundation for their research project NSF/AitF: Collaborative Research: Modeling movement on transportation networks using uncertain data.

The objective of the project is to create a unified framework for aggregating and analyzing diverse and uncertain movement data on transportation networks and to provide tools for querying and predicting traffic volume and movement in urban environments.

The project started 9/1/2016 and will run for four years until 8/31/2020.