Brian Levine

  • Program Years: 2006-2010
  • Academic Institution: Cornell University
  • Field of Study: Transportation Systems
  • Academic Advisor: Linda Nozick
  • Practicum(s):
    Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico (2008)
  • Degree(s):
    M.S. Civil Engineering, Cornell University, 2007
    B.S. Civil Engineering, Cornell University, 2005

Current Status

  • Status: Graduate Student
  • Research Area: Transportation Systems
  • Publications

    Levine B, Nozick LK, and Jones D (2009). Estimating an origin-destination table for U.S. imports of waterborne containerized freight. Transportation Research Part E.

    Levine B, Nozick LK, and Jones D (2009). Estimating an origin-destination table for U.S. exports of waterborne containerised freight. Maritime Economics & Logistics.


    Dean's List, Cornell University, Jan. 2002, May 2002, Jan. 2003, May 2003, Jan. 2004, May 2004, Jan. 2005
    Dean's List citations are presented each semester to engineering students who have exemplary academic records. The criteria for this honor is a semester GPA of 3.40 or greater.

    Fuertes Undergraduate Medal, Cornell University, 2005
    A gold medal awarded to the graduating student in Civil and Environmental Engineering who has maintained the highest degree of scholarship in their study during four consecutive years.

    Merill Presidential Scholar, Cornell University, 2005
    Merrill Presidential Scholars are students who represent the top 5 percent of Cornell's graduating class. The students are chosen by deans of each of the seven undergraduate colleges for outstanding academic achievement, strong leadership ability and potential for contributing to society.

    John E. Perry Undergraduate Prize, Cornell University, 2005
    An award given to one or more graduating seniors in civil and