CTS news and events 2006
News and events archive
October 2006 - New PhD student joins CTS
Alexandros Nikitas has joined CTS from Napier University where he has completed his MSc in Transport Planning and Engineering. Alexandros will be pursuing a research theme related to transport technologies and/or road pricing.
September 2006 - CTS seminar - Peter Wiltshire
Peter Wiltshire is delivering a CTS seminar on 27 September 2006 on the topic of 'Is it valid to use verbatim statements from a collection of variable survey reports to identify how non-users perceive bus services?'
August 2006 - Ethnographer joins CTS
Laura Watts has joined CTS from Lancaster University's Sociology Department where she has pursued her PhD on the topic of 'A Future Archaeology of the Mobile Telecoms Industry' and been part of the research team working with CTS on the project 'Travel Time Use in the Information Age'.
June 2006 - CTS seminar - Stephen Greaves
Dr Stephen Greaves is delivering a CTS seminar on 28 June 2006 on the topic of 'Capturing the Variability of Fine Particulates Within Travel Microenvironments Using GPS Technology'
May 2006 - Sociologist joins CTS
Sendy Farag has joined CTS from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Having concluded her PhD research into e-shopping, in-store shopping and travel behaviour, Sendy is now assuming her new role as principal researcher on the FUTURES research study 'Traveller Information Services - Assessing Barriers to Their Use'.
April 2006 - Social psychologist joins CTS
Dr Charles Musselwhite has joined CTS from the University of Bournemouth. With a PhD in transport psychology from the University of Southampton, Charles is now engaging in research on public acceptability of road pricing and will also be pursuing a new research study he has secured on driving and the elderly.
January 2006 - CTS seminar - Adrian Davis
Dr Adrian Davis is delivering a CTS seminar on 30 January 2006 on the topic of 'Towards healthy transport and society: Making the case for health impact as a critical determinant of transport policy'
January 2006 - Environmental psychologist joins CTS
Hebba Haddad has joined CTS from the University of Surrey where she completed her Masters in Environmental Psychology. Hebba will be the principal researcher on the FUTURES teleworking and travel study.