Dr Abraham Leung is the winner of the Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowship (2021 round) to develop the next tourism focused MaaS trials in regional and metropolitan Queensland. He is a transport and urban researcher with an avid interest in sustainable transport. His current role is the Transport Academic Partnership (TAP) Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Cities Research Insitute.
Currently seeking high calibre PhD or HDR (Mphil/Honours) applications across emerging technologies in transport, in particular tourism applications of mobility-as-a-service. Ideal candidates for those with a strong background in digital transport, MaaS, tourism, marketing and business development. Learn more about our MaaS for Regions work here: https://www.griffith.edu.au/cities-research-institute/research/transport-group/mobility-service
Abraham has demonstrated strong research and teaching abilities with professional work experience in both higher education and the public sector internationally. He has an outstanding publication record as an Early Career Researcher, with research interests in the interrelationship of transport, land use, energy, sustainability and social equity; new transport innovations; travel behaviour; transport policy and planning; and, transport geography. Abraham’s current research focuses on electric micromobility and aviation, Mobility-as-a-Service (and applications in Tourism), Demand Responsive Transit and evaluations of new transport infrastructure.
Abraham welcomes applications from prospective high-calibre PhD students in transport and urban planning, in particular innovative transport modes and equity in transport research in Australia and the Asia Pacific.