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Alex Erath
Alex Erath
Dr Alexander Erath is a Project Leader at the Future Cities Laboratory (FCL) of the Singapore-ETH Centre, where he is responsible for the Engaging Mobility group. His main research interests are surveying and modelling of travel behaviour such as quantifying the impact of the built environment on mobility and transport demand modelling. His most recent research projects include measuring walkability in Singapore’s city centre based on pedestrian behaviour and the development of MATSim Singapore, an agent-based transport simulation model.
Michael van Eggermond
Michael van Eggermond
Michael van Eggermond joined the Future Cities Laboratory in 2011 as researcher. Within FCL’s mobility & transportation group, he has taken part in the implementation of the agent-based transport model MATSim and was involved in measuring the walkability of Singapore city centre in close collaboration with URA. His main interests are the measurement of a cities diversity, density and accessibility with novel data sources, the outcomes of these measures on traveler behavior and the transfer of research to practice.

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