Research and expertise
Having a transport engineering background, I have experience in railway timetabling as well as in transport network design and regional planning.
My interest in innovative mobility concepts and the relationship between the built environment and human behaviour informs my research. Currently, I am focussing on the application of space syntax methodology for planning purposes and the big data-based analysis of micro-mobility usage.
Current research activity
- Spatial configuration-based analysis of micro-mobility usage
In October 2020, I joined Loughborough University as a PhD student. Prior to that, I completed my MSc studies in Transport and City Planning at University College London and was awarded a BSc in Transport Engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany.
I have worked in the railway and planning sector, with a focus on timetabling and the development of innovative mobility concepts in urban and regional contexts.