Ted Morris

Ted Morris
Research Engineer, Computer Science & Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering
CSE, Shepherd Labs 174

100 Union Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
United States

Ted Morris's research interests are ITS sensing and vehicle technologies. His previous locally and federally sponsored projects include designing and implementing in-vehicle driver-assist systems; novel field deployable camera sensor systems for security, vehicle, and pedestrian traffic; and software-based educational teaching tools for engineering students and transportation practitioners.

Morris has also co-led projects on assessing the impacts of transportation systems in sensitive public lands using in-vehicle GPS probe data and simulation tools and on portable urban traffic surveillance systems. He is currently the technical lead and project liaison for corridor and region-wide truck parking availability systems and HOV lane enforcement monitoring.

He received a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Minnesota. Before joining the University of Minnesota, he worked as a research engineer within the Department of Veteran’s Affairs Hines Rehabilitation Research and Development Center and as a senior project engineer for Minnesota Virtual Simulations.