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Lu Sun

Department Chair
Department of Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Management and Safety
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-2900
Office Hours
Monday 1:00-3:00pm
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Office Mailing Address
ENT Hall Room 3102 Rochester Institute of Technology 78 Lomb Memorial Drive Rochester, NY 14623

Lu Sun

Department Chair
Department of Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Management and Safety
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-2900

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Currently Teaching

CVET-210
3 Credits
An introduction to the analysis of static structures covering free-body diagrams, forces, moments, vectors, equilibrium, friction, and analysis of structures and truss members. Applications are drawn from civil engineering technology.
CVET-499
0 Credits
One semester or summer block of appropriate work experience in a related industry. Department permission is required.
ESHS-499
0 Credits
ESHS Co-op. Department permission is required.
ESHS-699
0 Credits
Students will have the opportunity to gain appropriate work experience and applied knowledge of the profession working in one or more EHS areas. The graduate committee determines whether enrollment for one or more co-op semesters will be required. Department permission is required.

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Journal Paper
Yin, Yanna, et al. "The Influence of Road Geometry on Vehicle Rollover and Skidding." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. (2020): 1-17. Web.
Yin, Yanna, et al. "Study on the Influence of Road Geometry on Vehicle Lateral Instability." Journal of Advanced Transportation. (2020): 1-15. Web.
Sun, Lu, Ammar Jafaripournimchahi, and Wusheng Hu. "A forward-looking anticipative viscous high-order continuum model considering two leading vehicles for traffic flow through wireless V2X communication in autonomous and connected vehicle environment." Physica A. (2020): 1-13. Web.
Sun, Lu, et al. "A new higher-order viscous continuum traffic flow model considering driver memory in the era of autonomous and connected vehicles." Physica A. (2020): 1-16. Web.