our Collaborators and Researchers

Mr Ferdinand Balfoort

Managing Partner of Micromobility Research Partnership™

Mr Ferdinand Balfoort is a global professional advisor and academic researcher in the areas of ESG, sustainable transport and micromobility as well as governance, compliance and financial and sustainable impact reporting. Since 2016 Ferdinand has worked on a range of green technology/ ESG projects globally, both for listed and unlisted clients, and has extended his financial accounting and audit expertise to sustainability accounting, standards, modeling, and carbon certification. He has project managed complex sustainable transportation and logistics projects with multinationals and university partners, including at Tata Steel, Blue Scope Steel, SkyNRG/KLM, Rio Tinto, as well as EU and Asian government agencies and research institutions (CSIRO (Australia), Callaghan Institute (NZ), Khazanah Nasional Bhd (Malaysia). He leads the Micromobility Research Partnership™ (www.theMRP.org), a Not For Profit research foundation.  He is the sustainable transport advisor to Beam Technology (APAC), where he develops sustainability frameworks, carbon emission models and sustainable accounting approaches for the micromobility sector, to achieve a measurable reduction in traditional fossil fuelled transport modes GHG emissions.  In addition, Ferdinand is carbon certification lead for Urban Analytica, a University of Melbourne transport technology spin off focussing on applied telematics and IoT technology to reduce transport emissions.

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Associate Professor Doug Wilson

Associate Professor and Director of Transportation Research Centre at The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Associate Professor Doug Wilson from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the Transportation Research Centre of the University of Auckland, New Zealand and Board Member of ITS New Zealand.  Doug has considerable industry and professional civil engineering experience (>15 years) working for central government, local government and private engineering consultancies and has over 25 years’ experience in research and teaching in the transportation and traffic engineering field.  His research interests are in traffic and road safety, pavement surface characteristics, transportation materials and recycling of materials, transport asset condition, performance testing and monitoring, intelligent transport systems, future transport technologies, transportation electrification and a just and equitable transition to sustainable transport systems.

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Dr Abraham Leung

Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellow

Dr Abraham Leung is the Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellow at Cities Research Institute Griffith University. Working closely with micromobility partners, he is currently developing tourism-focused Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) trials that facilitate intermodal and multi-service integration. With a solid background in urban planning and spatial data sciences, his research currently focuses on microtransport innovation, governance and also impacts in the Asia Pacific and Europe. His research has been published in numerous highly ranked academic journals and media outlets.

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Dr Dilum Dissanayake

Postgraduate Director in Civil and Geospatial Engineering & Senior Lecturer in Transport Modelling at Newcastle University

As a Senior Lecturer in Transport Modelling at School of Engineering (2020-), the Postgraduate Research Director for Civil and Geospatial Engineering discipline (2021-), the Principal Investigator for several research projects funded by Europe (eHUBS (2019-22), Capitalisation (2021-23)), the UKRI (Micromobility (2019-23)), and a prestigious Duo-India Professor Fellowship (2020-22) together with her passion for educating STEM careers (2004-), Professor Dilum Dissanayake’s ambition is to further advance knowledge and skills in transport modelling and data mining to discover innovative solutions to reverse climate change and its consequences. Her research is a blend of transport geography, computing, data mining, mathematical modelling, social sciences, and behavioural sciences with a keen interest in behavioural change to reverse climate change through the innovations in transportation sector, with particular attention to new mobility services, infrastructure, and systems.

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Dr Maisie Rahbar

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Dr Maisie Rahbar is a postdoc research fellow in Emerging Mobility within the School of Civil Engineering at the University of Queensland (UQ). As a Transport Modeller with over 9 years of experience in the field of transport modelling and planning, she has been involved in a wide range of multi-disciplinary projects for clients such as state governments, delivery authorities and local councils, in Australia and internationally. Her areas of interest and expertise are broadly in the area of strategic transport modelling and planning, public and active transport, statistical modelling, largescale transport data analysis and modelling, and travel behavior modelling. At UQ, she expands on her expertise through her work on the UQ Mobility as a Service (MaaS) trial known as ODIN PASS, funded by the Department of Transport and Main Road, iMove CRC, and UQ. In this trial, Maisie has been leading a research team to evaluate the impact that MaaS has on travel behaviour at UQ, as well as more broadly across Queensland. This trial will also provide detailed insight into consumer willingness-to-pay for MaaS passes/plans, as well as consumer preferences towards different transport modes such as micro-mobility.

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Dr Robin Smit

Director at Transport Energy/Emission Research (TER)

Dr Robin Smit is a Director at Transport Energy/Emission Research (TER) and an Adjunct Associate Professor with the University of Technology Sydney, Australia.Robin has almost 30 years of work experience in emission, air pollution and climate projects in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.He is passionate about emission measurement and modelling, fleet turnover simulation, software development and advancing science using in-depth statistical analysis.Robin's work is published in national and international scientific journals.He has also presented at various conferences, discussion panels and has lectured in both Europe and Australia.

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Dr Tim Welch

Senior Lecturer Architecture and Planning

Dr Timothy F. Welch, has nearly 20 years of experience teaching, researching and consulting transportation behaviour and mode shift effects. He is widely published on the topic with nearly 30 refereed journal articles, 60 conference proceedings and USD $3.5 million in research funding. Dr. Welch is also a founding member of the Micromobility Lab at Georgia State University in the United States and is a sought after expert in transportation with 16 published op-eds and 14 media appearances on the topic of transportation in New Zealand, over the past year. Dr Welch specializes in transportation, infrastructure, and urban modelling, focusing on the use of big data and technology. Much of Dr Welch's research is applied with a focus on equity and climate change. His past work has included analyses of public transportation performance and connectivity, evaluating the efficacy of policies aimed at mitigating climate change, developing models to measure housing value and other fiscal impacts of transportation infrastructure investments, and investigating the travel behaviour influences of the built environment. Dr Welch holds bachelor's degrees in finance and business administration, a Juris Doctorate (JD), a Bachelor of Law (LLB), and a master's and PhD in Urban Planning.

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Dr Tony Bendell

Lead Trainer at The Anti-Fragility Academy & MD at Services Limited

Professor Tony Bendell is a leading figure in the fields of organisational excellence and risk, as well as the emerging field of Anti-Fragility. He is Chairman of the Anti-Fragility Academy (https://www.theanti-fragilityacademy.com/), established to develop & teach a new approach to Management, that takes full account of the needs for survival in our turbulent times. He believes that micromobility is an essential ingredient in creating Antifragile cities and communities. His most recent book, ‘Building Anti-Fragile Organisations: Risk, Opportunity and Governance in a Turbulent World’ was published by Gower in 2014. His new book ‘‘Time to Rethink Risk Management: Surviving Future Global Crises’ will be published by World Scientific Publishing, Singapore later in 2022.

Working through his training and consultancy company, Services Limited (https://www.servicesltd.co.uk/)Tony is also an international expert speaker, consultant, and trainer with extensive experience in the fields of Anti-Fragility, Quality Management, Organizational Excellence, Lean Operations and Six Sigma, and a well-known invited keynote speaker at conferences and events worldwide. He has experience advising and mentoring senior managers and board members, to the highest level.

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Dr Yun Sing Koh

Associate Professor at The University of Auckland; Advance Machine Learning and Data Analytics Research (MARS) Lab

Dr Yun Sing Koh is an associate professor at the School of Computer Science, The University of Auckland. Her research is in the area of machine learning and artificial intelligence. She focuses on several strands of research: data stream mining, continual learning and adaptation, transfer learning and anomaly detection. Yun Sing is passionate about using machine learning for social good, and her research has been applied to interdisciplinary applications in environment and health domains. One of her current projects is using AI to understand air pollution. Yun Sing has published 100+ peer-reviewed publications in top conferences and journals.

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Dr. Páraic Carroll

Director of the Auckland ICT Graduate School at University of Auckland

Dr. Páraic Carroll is an Assistant Professor in the School of Civil Engineering, where his teaching and research focus is Transportation Engineering. Prior to joining the School of Civil Engineering, he worked as a Transport Modeller in the Transport Planning and Capital Investment Division of the National Transport Authority (NTA). During this time he advised government departments and agencies on the appraisal and assessment of national transport strategies and policies including public transport and active mode schemes. His research expertise lies in the modelling of travel behaviour, multi-modal transport networks and systems, with a keen interest in modelling potential solutions and pathways for decarbonisation and electrification of transport and mobility (micro & shared mobility, public transport and electric vehicles). Dr. Carroll has provided guidance to the Climate Change Advisory Council of Ireland on transitioning to low carbon and sustainable mobility, as well as consultancy services for micromobility operators. In the area of micromobility, he is currently examining the potential of micromobility to reduce car use for short distance trips and the environmental implications of micromobility devices.

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Dr. Susilawati

Lecturer

Stemming from the belief that the future of sustainability starts with mobility, Susi’s research is based on the concept of using shared, connected and multimodal transport ecosystems to address the burning question of how urban mobility can help achieve net-zero emissions.Using machine learning and location optimisation methods that consider land use and transport systems interaction, Susi developed a research framework to evaluate the effectiveness of active mobility initiatives in reducing travel costs and safeguarding the environment for the social and economic benefits of communities.

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Haitao He

Assistant Professor, Loughborough University

Dr Haitao He is an assistant professor at the School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering, Loughborough University, UK. His research focuses on developing digital twins that exploit big data and AI to support transportation planning, monitoring, management, and operation, by simulating and visualising how people and vehicles interact with the transport systems and the built environment. He is a world-leading researcher in the field of micromobility, with many highly-cited publications in top journals on the use of big data from micromobility to boost evidence-based policies and data-driven interventions. Prior to joining Loughborough University, he was a co-founder of the ETH-spin off company Roll2Go, which offered critical data and digital tools to local city authorities and micromobility operators.

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John Nelson

Chair in Public Transport

Prof John Nelson holds the Chair in Public Transport, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), University of Sydney, a renowned international centre for the latest thinking on the crucially linked areas of transport, infrastructure, logistics and supply chain management. From 2007-2019 he was the Sixth Century Chair of Transport Studies in the School of Engineering at the University of Aberdeen and Director of the Centre for Transport Research (CTR). Before moving to Aberdeen, he was Professor of Public Transport Systems in the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle University. John is particularly interested in the application and evaluation of new technologies to improve transport systems as well as the policy frameworks and regulatory regimes necessary to achieve sustainable mobility. He is active in the ITS community and served as Scientific Director for the 11th ITS European Congress (June 2016). Currently, he is a member of the ITS Australia MaaS National Reference Committee and the ASCE Technical Committee on MOD and MaaS. He is a co-author (with David Hensher and others) of Understanding Mobility as a Service (MaaS). Past, Present and Future (Elsevier, May 2020) and co-editor (with Corinne Mulley) of Urban Form and Accessibility (Elsevier, December 2020) and (with Corinne Mulley and Steve Ison) of The Routledge Handbook of Public Transport (Routledge, May 2021). His most recent book is Transportation in a Net Zero World: Transitioning Towards Low Carbon Public Transport (with Kathryn Logan and Astley Hastings and published by Springer, April 2022).


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Professor Art Markman

Vice Provost of Continuing and Professional Education and New Education Ventures at The University of Texas at Austin

Professor Art Markman is the Annabel Irion Worsham Centennial Professor of Psychology, Human Dimensions of Organizations and Marketing and Vice Provost of Continuing and Professional Education and New Education Ventures at the University of Texas at Austin. He has written over 150 papers on topics including reasoning, decision making, and motivation. Art brings insights from cognitive science to a broader audience through his blogs at Psychology Today and Fast Company as well as his radio show/podcast Two Guys on Your Head. He is the author of several books including Smart Thinking, Smart Change, Brain Briefs, and Bring Your Brain to Work.

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Professor Gill Dobbie

Director of the Auckland ICT Graduate School at University of Auckland

Professor Gillian Dobbie from the School of Computer Science at the University of Auckland has over 20 years of industry and academic experience in data management and machine learning. Her research interests include data stream mining, anomaly detection, machine learning interpretation, bias in machine learning, sensor monitoring, adversarial attacks and defenses,  and privacy. She applies her research in a broad range of areas including ethics, health and sustainability. The Micromobility Research Centre provides research opportunities at the intersection of these interests. One of her current projects is to find a suitable micromobility route, balancing distance with exposure to carbon emmissions.

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Professor Hussein Dia

Chair of Civil Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology

Professor Hussein Dia is Chair of the Department of Civil and Construction Engineering and Professor of Future Urban Mobility at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne. His research interests are in the convergence of technology, infrastructure and human elements in urban environments, with his current work focused on disruptive mobility and harnessing digital innovations to unlock potential opportunities for low carbon mobility. His current research includes investigations of how autonomous vehicles, Blockchain, Internet of Things and the sharing economy are set to transform mobility in the world's cities. His standing in this field is demonstrated by more than 100 publications including books on ITS and low carbon mobility for sustainable cities.

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Professor Kasem Choocharukul

Professor at Chulalongkorn University and ThaiRAP Manager


Professor Kasem Choocharukul (PhD) is a professor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.  Kasem’s specializations are in transport planning, demand modelling, travel behavior analysis, and traffic safety.  He is specifically interested in future proofing urban transportation by means of the introduction of new transportation technologies and approaches to reduce congestion and emissions, as well as solve first and last mile barriers to transport participation and address safety risks.  Apart from his academic appointment, he is an Associate Dean at the Faculty of Engineering as well as Member, Global Technical Committee, International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP).  Professor Kasem has published and presented widely academically on his areas of focus, and also advises government and non government agencies.

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Professor Mark Stevenson

Epidemiologist - Safe and Sustainable Transport

Professor Mark Stevenson is an epidemiologist and Professor of Urban Transport and Public Health at the University of Melbourne. Professor Stevenson has worked on numerous national and international projects that have directly influenced transport policy and worked with both Federal and State Governments in Australia and internationally. He has led many research groups and is internationally recognised in the field of transport safety and public health. Prof Stevenson is the director of the Transport, Health and Urban Design research lab comprising a cross-disciplinary research team exploring how the effects of urban form and transportation influence the health of residents in cities.

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Simona Mihaita

Senior Lecturer

Simona Mihaita is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Technology in Sydney, founder of the Future Mobility Lab. She is the winner of the 2022 Women in AI Awards Infrastructure, triple finalist in the 2021 IoT Awards – Smart Cities, 2021 ITS Australia for Transport Data Excellence, winner of the 2018 ITS Australia National Awards, a TfNSW Expert panel member, awarded Monash Business School Scholarship for Women in Leadership 2018, and interviewed by Channel 7 News and The Guardian.

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Stephen D Greaves, Ph.D.

Professor

Stephen Greaves is a Professor in Transport Management in the Institute of Transport & Logistics Studies (ITLS) within the Business School at the University of Sydney. Research interests include the health, environmental, and safety impacts of transport, micro-mobility, active travel, new vehicle technologies including electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles, and innovative travel data collection methods using the latest technologies. He has ARC, NHMRC and other competitive grant success, has advised several PhD students to completion and publishes in a range of mediums. Stephen also provides transport consulting services to government and industry and provides regular media commentary on contemporary transport policy issues. From 2014-17, Stephen served as the Director of the Business School Doctoral studies program.

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Tai-Jin Song, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Tai-Jin Song is assistant professor in the Dept. of Urban Engineering at Chungbuk National University (CBNU). Prior to joining CBNU, he worked as an associate research fellow of big data research at The Korea Transport Institute. He held his PhD degree in transportation systems in department of Civil Engineering at NC State University in the U.S. Dr. Song focuses currently on research for understanding new insights from human mobility, and data-driven approaches for better decision making in transportation and mobility fields.

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Yuting Zhang

Research Fellow

Ms Yuting Zhang is a research fellow at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), University of Sydney which she joined in May 2022. With an architecture background, Yuting entered the urban planning sector in 2014. She has multiple experiences working on projects in the United States and China, tasks involving transport, land use, and environmental planning. After landing in Australia in 2017, Yuting worked in Urban Housing Lab at the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning for five years, in which position she contributed to a wide range of Australian housing research, collaborating with academic and industrial partners. Yuting is particularly interested in how the sharing economy may affect urban life, via bringing changes in housing, jobs, and commute choices. She is experienced in observing platform-enabled sharing behaviours and has developed expertise in interpreting urban data from a geographical perspective (ArcGIS). Yuting takes a keen interest in applying spatial analysis in transportation planning. Yuting is currently working on an Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project on sustainable mobility, collaborating with Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW). The project explores how active travel may influence long-term behaviour change and public health benefits.

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Bhagya Shrithi Grandhi

Postgraduate Director in Civil and Geospatial Engineering & Senior Lecturer in Transport Modelling at Newcastle University

Bhagya Shrithi Grandhi is a Research Associate and a PhD candidate at the Institute of Transportation and Urban Engineering, Technical University Braunschweig, Germany. Her research interests are: demand modelling for conventional and emerging transport modes (Shared mobility services), travel behaviour modelling, transport data analytics and application of machine learning algorithms in transport. She is currently working on modelling choice behaviour and demand analysis of micromobility modes, especially e-scooters. She aims at creating models which support stakeholders evaluate emerging mobility services and provide well-formed policy recommendations to cities.https://www.tu-braunschweig.de/en/ivs/institut/team/translate-to-english-shrithi-grandhi

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Dayeon Lee

Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry at the University of Minnesota

Dayeon Lee finished her bachelor's degree in Biochemistry at the University of Minnesota where she found her passion in medical research. In 2019, she decided to explore outside of the medical area and her love for different languages led her to become a freelance translator/researcher. Dayeon first started working with Beam in late 2021 in order to have a better understanding of where South Korea stands in terms of micromoility and she has been helping the team understand the unique situations in Korea and gather information that's necessary to build the sustainability models. Micromobility and sustainability have become Dayeon's new passions and she feels like she'll never see e-scooters the same way ever again.

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Dr. Susilawati

Lecturer

Stemming from the belief that the future of sustainability starts with mobility, Susi’s research is based on the concept of using shared, connected and multimodal transport ecosystems to address the burning question of how urban mobility can help achieve net-zero emissions.Using machine learning and location optimisation methods that consider land use and transport systems interaction, Susi developed a research framework to evaluate the effectiveness of active mobility initiatives in reducing travel costs and safeguarding the environment for the social and economic benefits of communities.

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John Nelson

Chair in Public Transport

Prof John Nelson holds the Chair in Public Transport, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), University of Sydney, a renowned international centre for the latest thinking on the crucially linked areas of transport, infrastructure, logistics and supply chain management. From 2007-2019 he was the Sixth Century Chair of Transport Studies in the School of Engineering at the University of Aberdeen and Director of the Centre for Transport Research (CTR). Before moving to Aberdeen, he was Professor of Public Transport Systems in the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle University. John is particularly interested in the application and evaluation of new technologies to improve transport systems as well as the policy frameworks and regulatory regimes necessary to achieve sustainable mobility. He is active in the ITS community and served as Scientific Director for the 11th ITS European Congress (June 2016). Currently, he is a member of the ITS Australia MaaS National Reference Committee and the ASCE Technical Committee on MOD and MaaS. He is a co-author (with David Hensher and others) of Understanding Mobility as a Service (MaaS). Past, Present and Future (Elsevier, May 2020) and co-editor (with Corinne Mulley) of Urban Form and Accessibility (Elsevier, December 2020) and (with Corinne Mulley and Steve Ison) of The Routledge Handbook of Public Transport (Routledge, May 2021). His most recent book is Transportation in a Net Zero World: Transitioning Towards Low Carbon Public Transport (with Kathryn Logan and Astley Hastings and published by Springer, April 2022).

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Simona Mihaita

Senior Lecturer

Simona Mihaita is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Technology in Sydney, founder of the Future Mobility Lab. She is the winner of the 2022 Women in AI Awards Infrastructure, triple finalist in the 2021 IoT Awards – Smart Cities, 2021 ITS Australia for Transport Data Excellence, winner of the 2018 ITS Australia National Awards, a TfNSW Expert panel member, awarded Monash Business School Scholarship for Women in Leadership 2018, and interviewed by Channel 7 News and The Guardian.

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Tai-Jin Song, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Tai-Jin Song is assistant professor in the Dept. of Urban Engineering at Chungbuk National University (CBNU). Prior to joining CBNU, he worked as an associate research fellow of big data research at The Korea Transport Institute. He held his PhD degree in transportation systems in department of Civil Engineering at NC State University in the U.S. Dr. Song focuses currently on research for understanding new insights from human mobility, and data-driven approaches for better decision making in transportation and mobility fields.

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Yuting Zhang

Research Fellow

Ms Yuting Zhang is a research fellow at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), University of Sydney which she joined in May 2022. With an architecture background, Yuting entered the urban planning sector in 2014. She has multiple experiences working on projects in the United States and China, tasks involving transport, land use, and environmental planning. After landing in Australia in 2017, Yuting worked in Urban Housing Lab at the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning for five years, in which position she contributed to a wide range of Australian housing research, collaborating with academic and industrial partners. Yuting is particularly interested in how the sharing economy may affect urban life, via bringing changes in housing, jobs, and commute choices. She is experienced in observing platform-enabled sharing behaviours and has developed expertise in interpreting urban data from a geographical perspective (ArcGIS). Yuting takes a keen interest in applying spatial analysis in transportation planning. Yuting is currently working on an Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project on sustainable mobility, collaborating with Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW). The project explores how active travel may influence long-term behaviour change and public health benefits.

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Dan Barr

Director at Better Cities Group

Dan Barr leads the multi-disciplinary consultancy, Better Cities Group and co-founded the major event planning technology collaboration, Better Events VR. He has fifteen years experience in City building infrastructure, project governance and Host City major event delivery. He has held leadership roles in the delivery of city building infrastructure, major events and urban renewal programs and holds formal qualifications in urban design, public health and project management. He is widely sought after for his ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams in solving complex urban issues.

The Better Cities Group is a collaboration of leading city shaping consultants with expertise in urban design, governance, major events, economics, landscape architecture and urban planning. The Better Cities Group has deep experience in the delivery of city building projects, major international events, economic revitalisation and great places.

www.bettercitiesgroup.com

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Ts. Gs. Azzuhana Roslan

Researcher at Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research


Ts. Gs. Azzuhana Roslan is a Research Officer at the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) in road traffic planning and safety. Azzuhana is a road safety inspector in MIROS. She is also a MIROS coordinator for national road traffic crash data. Her research interests are traffic and road safety, micromobility and active mobility safety, and transportation sustainability. She also works closely with the local government to develop micromobility and pedestrian safety guidelines.

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Ts. Zarir Hafiz Zulkipli

Research Officer at Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research


Ts. Zarir Hafiz Zulkipli is a Principal Crash Reconstructionist and the Head of the Vulnerable Road User Safety and Mobility Unit (VRUM) under the Vehicle Safety and Biomechanics Research Centre at the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS). He has been active in road safety research and crash reconstruction for over 14 years with involvement in more than 200 cases and has published numerous papers related to injuries sustained in road crashes and road safety in the local and international journals. His research interests are traffic and road safety, injury biomechanics, and vulnerable road user safety focusing on motorcycle safety and micro-mobility vehicles.

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Mr Ferdinand Balfoort

Managing Partner
Micromobility Research Partnership

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Professor Mark Stevenson

Epidemiologist - Safe and Sustainable Transport

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Professor Hussein Dia

Chair of Civil Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology

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Art Markman

Vice Provost of Continuing and Professional Education and New Education Ventures at The University of Texas at Austin

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Associate Professor Doug Wilson

Associate Professor and Director of Transportation Research Centre at The University of Auckland, New Zealand

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Dr Yun Sing Koh

Associate Professor at The University of Auckland; Advance Machine Learning and Data Analytics Research (MARS) Lab

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Dr Dilum Dissanayake

Postgraduate Director in Civil and Geospatial Engineering & Senior Lecturer in Transport Modelling at Newcastle University

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Dr Tony Bendell

Lead Trainer at The Anti-Fragility Academy & MD at Services Limited

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Professor Gill Dobbie

Director of the Auckland ICT Graduate School at University of Auckland

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Bhagya Shrithi Grandhi

Postgraduate Director in Civil and Geospatial Engineering & Senior Lecturer in Transport Modelling at Newcastle University

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Dan Barr

Director at Better Cities Group

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Dr. Páraic Carroll

Director of the Auckland ICT Graduate School at University of Auckland

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