Christopher Grant

Professor and Associate Provost
Civil Engineering Department
College of Engineering
Christopher Grant

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus

  • CIV 447: Airport Design I

Engineering Measurement (Surveying)
Introduction to Transportation Engineering
Computer Applications in Transportation
Construction Engineering
Geometric Design of Highways
Airport Environmental Analysis
Airport Design I
Airport Design II

Uncertainty Surrounding Airport Ground Service Equipment Activity and Forecasting Methodologies; Christopher Grant; Invited presentation at the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, D.C.; January 10, 2000.

Collection of Vehicle Activity Data by Video Detection for Use in Transportation Planning; Christopher Grant, Randall Guensler, Bret Gillis; ITS Journal; Volume 5, Number 4. pp. 343-361. 2000.

Representative Vehicle Operating Mode Frequencies: Measurement and Prediction of Vehicle Specific Freeway Modal Activity; Christopher D. Grant; Thesis for Partial Fulfillment of the Ph.D. Degree; School of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA; 1998.

Comparison of Remote versus On-board Instrumentation for Collection of Modal Activity in Mobile Emissions Modeling; Christopher Grant and Craig Roberts; Air and Waste Management Association 91st Annual Meeting; Air and Waste Management Association; 1998.

Use of Video Detection Systems for Collection of Vehicle Activity Data; Christopher D. Grant, Randall Guensler, and Jess Billmeyer; Proceedings of the Seventh CRC On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA; April, 1997

Variability of Heavy-Duty Vehicle Operating Mode Frequencies for Prediction of Mobile Emissions (96-RA108A.05); Christopher D. Grant, Randall Guensler, and Michael D. Meyer; Air and Waste Management Association 89th Annual Meeting Proceedings; Air and Waste Management Association; Pittsburgh, PA; June, 1996.

Legal Implications of Transportation/Air Quality Conformity Regulations: Litigation and Legislation; Christopher D. Grant, and J. Allan Cobb; National Association of Environmental Professionals 21st Annual Meeting Proceedings; Houston, TX; June, 1996.

Using the STAMINA 2.0 Computer Program to Calculate Contours of One-Hour-Average Sound Levels from Highway Traffic Noise; Roswell A. Harris, Louis F. Cohn, and Christopher D. Grant; Noise Control Engineering Journal; Volume 43, Number 5; September-October, 1995.

Professional Engineer, State of Florida