Christopher Standen

Research fellow, UNSW

A passion for translating research into pragmatic, real-word policy and practice to make cities more productive, accessible, healthy, equitable, liveable and sustainable.

Areas of expertise include travel behaviour, traffic modelling and forecasting, supply chain management, health impact assessment, economic appraisal, survey methods, natural experiments, discrete choice analysis, geospatial analysis and visual data analytics.

Teaching experience includes transport policy, supply chain planning/design, GIS/spatial data analytics, quantitative analysis, data science and visual data analytics.

Reviewer for Journal of Transport Geography, Research in Transportation Economics, Case Studies on Transport Policy, International Conference on Transport and Health (ICTH) and Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF).

Experience

  • 2019–present
    Research fellow, UNSW Sydney

Education

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    The University of Sydney, PhD
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    Brunel University, BSc (Honours) Physics
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    University of New South Wales, Master of Environmental Management

Professional Memberships

  • Institution of Electrical Engineers