Talking CAVs and roundabouts with PhD researcher Mariló Martín-Gasulla

Mariló Martin-Gasulla is a PhD researcher at the University of Florida

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Passionate about mobility, committed to advancing women in transportation and dedicated to topics related to roundabouts, Mariló Martín-Gasulla is a PhD candidate at the University of Florida. When she is not working on her PhD dissertation, Mariló is busy as a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Standing Committee on Roundabouts, takes up the role of vice chair of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Standing Committee on Roundabouts and is the president of the Women in Transportation Seminar UF Chapter, a student organisation to strengthen the presence of women in the field.… Read more

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