Industry Assistant Professor
Jack Bringardner is an Industry Assistant Professor in the General Engineering Department and Civil Engineering Department at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. He teaches the First-Year Engineering Program course Introduction to Engineering and Design. He is also the Director of Vertically Integrated Projects Program at NYU. His Vertically Integrated Projects course is on Smart Cities Technology with a focus on transportation. His primary focus is developing curriculum, mentoring students, and engineering education research, particularly for project-based curriculum, first-year engineering, and transportation. He is active in the American Society for Engineering Education and is the Webmaster for the ASEE First-Year Programs Division and the First-Year Engineering Experience Conference. He is affiliated with the Transportation Engineering program in the NYU Civil and Urban Engineering Department, and is the Associate Director for Education and Workforce Development Initiatives for the Connected Cities for Smart Mobility Towards Resilient Transportation Tier I USDOT University Transportation Center. He is the advisor for NYU student chapter of the Institute for Transportation Engineers.
EG 1003 Introduction to Engineering and Design
VIP Smart Cities Technology
CE 499X BS Thesis in Civil Engineering
Research Interests: Engineering Education, Transportation Engineering, Traffic Modeling, Geographic Information Systems
The Ohio State University 2011
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin 2012
Master of Science, Civil Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin 2014
Doctor of Philosophy, Civil Engineering
Bringardner, J., V. Bill, G. Georgi, "Examples of Free Choice Open-Ended Design Projects in a First-Year Engineering Course," In the 2017 First Year Engineering Experience Conference Proceedings.
Bringardner, J., "Developing a Vertically Integrated Project Course to Coordinate University-Wide Smart Cities Contributions," In the American Society for Engineering Education 2017 Conference Proceedings.
Bringardner, J., Y. Jean-Pierre, "Video Instruction on 3D Modeling and the Engineering Design Process for a First-Year Engineering Design Project," In the American Society for Engineering Education 2017 Conference Proceedings.
Bringardner, J., M. Gemar, N. Ruiz, S. Boyles, and R. Machemehl, "Subnetwork Analysis for Dynamic Traffic Assignment Models: Impacts Of Subnetwork Size And Stochastic Model Components," Texas Insitute of Transportation Engineers Meeting.
Bringardner, J., G. Georgi, V. Bill, "Incorporating Open-Ended Design Projects in a First-Year Engineering Course," In the 2016 First Year Engineering Experience Conference Proceedings.
Bringardner, J., G. Georgi, C. Leslie, A. D'Apice. "Improving Efficacy in Group Projects with Teamwork Agreements," In the American Society for Engineering Education 2016 Conference Proceedings.
Ronan, A., J. Bringardner. "Assessing Gender Differences between Student Motivations for Studying Engineering," In the American Society for Engineering Education 2016 Conference Proceedings.
Bringardner, J., Y. Jean-Pierre. "Video Instruction to Complement All Learning Styles in a First-Year Introduction to Engineering Course," In the American Society for Engineering Education 2016 Conference Proceedings.
Gemar, M., Bringardner, J., Boyles, S., & Machemehl, R. (2014). Subnetwork Analysis for Dynamic Traffic Assignment Models: Strategy for Estimating Demand at Subnetwork Boundaries. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2466), 153-161.
Bringardner, J. W., Gemar, M. D., Boyles, S. D., & Machemehl, R. B. (2014). Establishing the Variation of Dynamic Traffic Assignment Results Using Subnetwork Origin-Destination Matrices. In Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting (No. 14-3107).
Bringardner, J., (2014). "WORK-ZONE SAFETY: A proper platform," Roads & Bridges.
Bringardner, J. W. (2014). Application of a subnetwork characterization methodology for dynamic traffic assignment. Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin.
Bringardner, J. W. (2012). Developing a GIS-based intersection traffic control planning tool. Master's Thesis, The University of Texas at Austin.