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Characterizing Transport Networks

In an increasingly urbanized world, people remain connected by a complex nexus of roads, rails, paths, and sidewalks that form urban transportation systems and shape travel demand. 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)

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)

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)

Evaluating alternative sustainable sanitation technologies for East Africa and the Pacific in order to improve both human and environmental health

The main aim of the PhD research is to evaluate a range of sanitation systems for developing countries, that protect human and environmental health; while reducing greenhouse gas em more...

Supervisor(s): Thomas, Jacqueline (Dr)

XFEM methods for fracture propagation

The purpose of this research is to develop a FEM method for simulation of fracture. more...

Supervisor(s): Dias-da-Costa, Daniel (Dr)

Simulation of dynamic fracture propagation

The purpose of this research is to develop a computational method for dynamic fracture propagation associated with impact and blast. more...

Supervisor(s): Dias-da-Costa, Daniel (Dr)

Computer vision techniques for forensic engineering and damage assessment in structures

This research will develop high-end technology based on computer vision for structural health monitoring and damage localisation in structures. more...

Supervisor(s): Dias-da-Costa, Daniel (Dr)