Graduate Research Assistant
Tel: (217) 244-6063
Email: <clin69> at illinois.edu
2014 M.S. (Civil Engineering) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2011 B.S. (Civil Engineering) National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Chen-Yu Lin is currently a graduate research assistant pursuing his Ph.D degree with RailTEC at University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign (UIUC). His research focuses on the safety and risk analyses on the passenger and freight shared-use rail corridors. Major research topics include, but not limited to: causal train accident analyses, adjacent track accident risk assessment, and high-speed rail safety. Mr. Lin is also interested in high-speed rail systems in general. Mr. Lin has developed a great interest in railroad and has been active in the American Railroad Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) Student Chapter since his arrival in UIUC and served as the Engineering Council Representative for the 2014 calendar year.
Lin, C-Y., M.R. Saat and C.P.L. Barkan. 2016. Fault tree analysis of adjacent track accidents on shared-use rail corridors. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2546: 129-136; DOI 10.3141/2546-16.
Lai, Y-C., A. Kawprasert, C-Y. Lin, M.R. Saat, C.H. Liang and C.P.L. Barkan. 2011. Integrated optimization model to manage risk of transporting hazardous materials on railroad networks. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2261: 115-123.
Lin, C-Y., M.R. Saat and C.P.L. Barkan. 2014. Causal Analysis of Passenger Train Accident on Shared-Use Rail Corridors. In: Proceedings of Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Conference, Washington, D.C, January 2014.
Lin, C-Y. and M.R. Saat. 2014. Semi-Quantitative Risk Assessment of Adjacent Track Accidents on Shared-Use Rail Corridor. In: Proceedings of the 2014 Joint Rail Conference, Colorado Springs, USA, April 2014.
Lin, C-Y., M.R. Saat and C.P.L Barkan. 2013. Causal Analysis of Passenger Train Accidents on Freight Rail Corridors. In: Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Railway Research, Sydney, Australia, November 2013.