YUSAK SUSILO, Univ. Prof. Dr.
Head of the DAVeMoS research group
Yusak O. Susilo is the Chair and BMK Endowed Professor in Digitalisation and Automation in Transport and Mobility Systems. His main research interest lies in the intersection between transport and urban planning, transport policy, decision making processes and behavioural interactions modelling. Users' adaptation and learning processes towards new options, such as digitisation, automation and other new technologies have been the focus of his research in recent years.
(more at BOKU's FIS page)
OLIVER ROIDER, Dipl.Ing. Dr.
Dr. Roider is an expert in mobility behaviour research and transport modelling, impact assessment of transport measures as well as transport economics.
ROMAN KLEMENTSCHITZ, Ing. Dipl.Ing. Dr.
Dr. Klementschitz's expertise includes technical research work in the fields of cost-benefit-analyses of transport infrastructure-measures, transport economics, mobility research, interaction of land use planning and transportation planning as well as in project management on national and European level.
GUNNAR FLÖTTERÖD, Dipl.Ing. Dr. Docent (Habil.).
Guest Professor and Visiting Scholar
Dr. Flötteröd has about 15 years of experience in transport modeling and simulation. His primary interests are mathematical model formulations and the development of methods that improve the performance and quality of detailed transport simulators. He is affiliated with Linköping university and the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute.
MARTYNA (BOGACZ) FIDLER, MA (Hons), MSc., Ph.D.
Dr. Fidler's interest is the behavioral aspect of digitalization and automation with a particular focus on the human decision-making process. Therefore, in her work she intends to use virtual reality, biometric measures and neuroimaging to understand the interaction between digital transformation of transport system and human factors
OLEKSANDR ROSSOLOV, B.Sc., M.Sc., PhD., MBA, D.Sc.
Dr. Rossolov’s research interest lies on B2C logistics, e-commerce, and sustainable last-mile deliveries. Prior to joining DAVeMoS, he was an Associate Professor at the Transport Systems and Logistics Department, at the O.M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
MARIA JUSCHTEN, M.Sc., Dr.
Dr Maria Juschten is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Transport Studies at BOKU. In 2020 she finished her PhD at BOKU on sustainable tourism mobility in mountain areas. In her current work, she uses qualitative and mixed-methods approaches to study tourism and everyday mobility behaviour in the context of transport innovations.
ROXANI GKAVRA, M.Eng., M.Sc.
Research Assistant/PhD student
Ms. Gkavra's research interests are travel behaviour, active mobility, and the integration of emerging data collection methods in capturing and the travel choice behaviour and travel experience. She is currently working on the analysis of demand responsive transport (DRT) services in suburban, rural, and touristic areas in Austria, and in particular in the region of Salzburg.
SHUN SU, B.Sc., M.Eng., M.Sc.
Research Assistant/PhD student
Mr. Su's primary research interests are mobility behaviour analysis and transport optimization modelling. His research will majorly focus on analysing the movement patterns of travellers utilizing alternative data sources and exploring hybrid approach in travel modelling.
EVA-MARIA UNGER, B.Sc..
Eva-Maria Unger supports DAVeMoS in the area of research and updating the "Knowledge Pool". She is currently writing her master's thesis with the working title “digital infrastructures for traffic management in the city of Vienna", focusing mainly on intelligent traffic solutions for cyclists.
IGOR WOLOSCHTSCHUK, B.Sc.
Igor Woloschtschuk is a master student at BOKU with the department of transport. His focus is on public transport. In the research project DAVeMoS he is responsible for the analysis of demand responsive transport services (DRT) in Austria.
YUSFITA CHRISNAWATI, S.Pd. T., M.Sc.
RISTEKDIKTI & OeAD-GmbH PhD student
Ms. Chrisnawati's research is examining the impacts of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and mobility hubs’ design and locations to the travel demand of micromobility. Currently she is also a lecture at Dept. of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Tidar, Indonesia.
SHAHNAZ NABILA FUADY, S.T., M.Sc.
RISTEKDIKTI & OeAD-GmbH PhD student
Ms. Fuady is planning to examine the equity issues and sustainable impacts of digitalisation in transport and mobility systems. Currently she is also a lecture at Urban and Regional Planning, Institut Teknologi Sumatera, Indonesia.
MUHAMAD RIZKI, B.Eng., M.Eng.
OeAD Ernst Mach Grant PhD student
Mr Rizki's main research interests are digitalization, travel behavior, and subjective well-being. His research will majorly focus on investigating the time-use and activity-travel changes post-during-after COVID-19 and the relations to health and subjective well-being.
Georgia is a Civil Engineer from Greece with an interest in traffic and transport modelling. During her stay with DAVeMoS, she will mainly focus on transport CO2 back-casting analysis for the city of Vienna with the use of system dynamics
Kaori Nakamura is a is a master's student in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Tokyo, Japan. Her main interests are disaster management, activity modeling, and policy decisions related to transportation systems.
JULIA SCHILDER, Dipl. -Ing.
External PhD student (ÖBB)
Ms. Schilder, our external PhD student from ÖBB, is planning to examine the adoption of services such as e-Scooter-Sharing, e-Bike-Sharing and Carsharing introduced in close cooperation with ÖBB in smaller city context starting in Lower Austria province. She has a diploma degree in industrial engineering from University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany as well as a master degree in environmental resource management from BOKU. Her research interests are mobility behaviour analysis and decision making processes focusing on users' learning and adaptation characteristics.
Current active master students include:
- Zsofia Szalai (on the elderly well-being and the role of digitalisation during Covid-19 period)
Natascha Debes (on mapping different stages and processes of automated bus implementation in different part of the world)
Eva-Maria Unger (on Digital infrastructures for traffic management in cities), in collaboration with the City of Vienna.
Externally co- supervised PhD students:
Robin Palmberg (KTH ITRL)
Muchlisin (Utrecht University)
Graduated supervised students: (since Oct 2019)
Carl May (M.Sc./TU Munich, May 2020 )
Isak Rubensson (PhD/KTH, January 2020)
Esther Chee Pei Nen (PhD/NTU Singapore, June 2021)
Lukas Birgfellner (Dipl- Ing./BOKU, June 2021)
Ilyas Bandugupirah Alhassan (PhD/Leeds University, September 2021)
Sophie Wegscheider (Dipl- Ing./BOKU, January 2022)
Bhavana Vadadi (PhD/KTH ITRL, October 2022)
Andreas Bedov (Dipl- Ing./BOKU, May 2023)
Alumni/ex-members/long term visitors:
Vera Baltzarek (2019-2020)
Michael Skok (2020-2020)
Veronika Hebenstreit (2020-2021)
Marco Ferro (2021-2022)
Gregor Husner (2020-2022)
Maria Lucia Battistini (2022)
Anugrah Ilahi (2021-2023)
Martin Hinteregger (2021-2023)
Claudia Andruetto (2023)
Victor Flensburg (2023)