Donald Katz

(Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2012)

Donny investigated revenue and operational impacts of schedule depeaking as part of his doctoral thesis.  He is currently employed by Delta Air Lines in Atlanta.  Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, Donny won a Fulbright to study bus crowding in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He worked with Dr. Garrow on data he collected as part of his Fulbright award to understand how bus design characteristics, stop locations, and crowding at doors influences safety and operational performance measures. In 2010, he won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and in 2011 he won an Airport Cooperative Research Project (ACRP) Graduate Research Award.

More information on his research and activities can be found at his website donaldkatz.com