I have a broad range of research interests, covering:
- spatial cognition and behaviour
- wayfinding and route choice
- travel behaviour
- urban transportation
- spatial (big) data analysis
- spatial visualisation
- spatial decision-making
- decision-making under uncertainty
- bounded decision-making
- habitual behaviour
- spatial segregation
- agent-based modelling
- network science
- urban form and regionalisation
- data dashboards
- interactions with data visualisation
- future cities
I am currently supervising four PhD students working in related areas:
- Patrizia Sulis (@patriziasulis) – Started October 2014 – Detection of small scale events in urban areas through analysis of multiple data sources.
- Zhonghao Xie – Started August 2015 – Modelling traveller choices under planned and unplanned disruption using heuristic decision-making methodologies.
- Shi Zeng – Started October 2015 – Potential for mobile phone data analyses within urban transportation.
- Yongping Zhang – Started October 2015 – Identifying and analysing group behaviours on public transportation.