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CTR builds momentum with two new appointments

Dr Jillian Anable will join the Centre for Transport Research as a Senior Lecturer on 1st July. Her work particularly focuses on the application of psychological theory and market segmentation techniques to understand the potential for changing travel behaviour towards lower carbon travel. Paulus Aditjandra is also joining CTR on the 1st July as a Research Fellow. Paulus is a specialist in land use planning and the relationship between neighbourhood design and travel behaviour.

CTR builds momentum with two new appointments

 

1st July 2008:  Dr Jillian Anable will join the Centre for Transport Research as a Senior Lecturer on 1st July. Her work particularly focuses on the application of psychological theory and market segmentation techniques to understand the potential for changing travel behaviour towards lower carbon travel.  Paulus Aditjandra is also joining CTR on the 1st July as a Research Fellow. Paulus is a specialist in land use planning and the relationship between neighbourhood design and travel behaviour.

 

Dr Jillian Anable is Transport Topic Leader for a cross-institutional and multi-disciplinary project - the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC), carrying out among other things a scenario analysis of the UK travel sector to 2050 incorporating lifestyle and policy changes. She is nationally and internationally recognised for her work on travel behaviour and smarter choices, has advised the UK Government advisory body - the Commission for Integrated Transport - on climate change and has carried out work for the Department for Transport and the Scottish Government on Public Attitudes to Climate Change, Public Perceptions of Travel Awareness and Smarter Choices.

Paulus has recently submitted his PhD thesis to Newcastle University on the relationship between neighbourhood design and travel behaviour. He will be involved in the SOLUTIONS project which is investigating the Sustainability Of Land Use and Transport In Outer NeighbourhoodS.  

Both appointments are part of a major investment in the field of transport research within the Department of Geography and Environment.


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