Researcher. Urban Mobility | PhD Candidate. Severo Ochoa fellow
Samra Sarwar is currently a PhD Urban Mobility researcher at CENIT. Her research is focused on explaining and understanding the traffic flow impacts of automated driving, external disturbances in traffic (impacts on congestion cost, tolling strategies, etc.) and to offer solutions to mitigate negative effects of disturbances through traffic management.
She has completed her Masters in Transportation Engineering as a Stipendium Hungaricum Scholar from Budapest University of Technology and Economics, at the faculty of transportation and vehicle engineering from 2017 to 2019.
She was a teaching fellow at University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, at the faculty of civil engineering.
At professional level she has worked in The Urban Sector Planning & Management Services Unit, a public sector company, as Research Associate-Transport.