Bryan Ruiz received the International Master Thesis Award
The International Network of Abertis Chairs awarded today its seventh International Prize for Infrastructure Management and Road Safety, which recognizes the best academic work among the winners of its five national editions (Spain, France, Puerto Rico, Brazil and Chile). This award has three main categories: doctoral thesis, master’s thesis and road safety.
The award ceremony at the Embassy of Spain in Paris, France was attended by Fernando Cardedera, Spanish Ambassador in France; Arnaud Quémard, general manager of Sanef – Abertis’ french subsidiary-, Simon Cohen, Director of the Abertis Chair France; Françoise Prêteux, Research manager of the École de Ponts ParisTech; and Sergi Loughney, Abertis' Director of Corporate Reputation and Communications and Director of the Abertis Foundation.
Bryan Ruiz, from the University of Puerto Rico, was the winner in the master’s thesis category for his work titled “Use of driving simulator for the operational and safety evaluation of signage and pavement markings: a case study of PR-22 dynamic toll lane”.