Richard Mounce is an applied mathematician whose research interests include dynamic traffic assignment, traffic network optimisation and intelligent transportation systems. He holds a PhD and MMath from the University of York. As well as lecturing in maths, he has worked on numerous transport and multidisciplinary research projects, such as the FREEFLOW project at the University of York and the ReVISIONS project at the University of Cambridge. He has also researched methods for leak detection in water distribution networks at the University of Sheffield. Richard joined the University of Aberdeen in October 2013 as a Research Fellow, where he has worked on the Flexible Integrated Transport Services project as well as being seconded to work on the Government Office for Science Future of Cities project.
Dynamic traffic assignment
Traffic network optimisation
Intelligent transportation systems
ESPRIT (EU Horizon 2020)
Integrating community and health transport in rural areas (Scottish Funding Council)
Introducing traffic lanes in analytic dynamic modelling of congested (EPSRC)