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Travel Behaviour Over Time

The Bureau of Transport Statistics of Transport for NSW has conducted an annual Household Travel Survey since 1997 and historically in 1991 and 1981 as a Home Interview Survey. This more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

Network Econometrics and the Evolution of Transport Systems

Network Econometrics is a new set of methodologies to exploit network information when undertaking econometric analysis. It has uses in both short and long-term traffic prediction. more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

Technological Change and the Future of Cities

Many transport analysts envision a forward-looking, ambitious and disruptive cloud commuting-based transport system for future smart cities based on emerging connected, autonomous v more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

Simulating Transport for Realistic Engineering Education and Training

Understanding and predicting travel demand and travel patterns is one of the most important
but also most challenging tasks of transport
engineers, planners, and geographers. Tr more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor), Ramezani Ghalenoei, Mohsen (Dr)

Historical and Prospective Adoption Rates of Transport Technologies

Traditional transportation forecasts do not consider changes in technology. Yet we know technologies change, and those changes consequently affects underlying behaviours. Providing more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

Closure of the Exponential Embedding of the Nilpotent Cone

Algebra; representation theory; algebraic groups; sheaves; geometry more...

Supervisor(s): Henderson, Anthony (Professor)

Modular Character Sheaves on Lie Algebras

Developing a theory of character sheaves with modular coefficients on the Lie algebras of reductive groups. more...

Supervisor(s): Henderson, Anthony (Professor)

Linking emotional intelligence to emotion regulation using the experience sampling method

Emotional intelligence focuses on differences in people’s capacity to perceive, understand, and regulate emotion, whereas emotion regulation focuses on processes underlying wh more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)

Emotional intelligence and the psycho-physiology of stress

Emotional intelligence is known to predict health outcomes as well as better workplace performance. One of the mechanisms underlying these relationships may be the ability to manage more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)

Which parts of emotional intelligence matter for well-being and success: The different roles for self- and other-emotion management

Meta-analyses show that emotional intelligence is a critical determinant of success at school, success at work, and of key health outcomes. The different parts of emotional intellig more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)