Nicholas Findlay is a Performance Analytics Manager and a Senior Research Associate at the Railway and Transport Strategy Centre (RTSC) at Imperial College London.
With thirteen years post graduate experience in research, data strategy, analysis and regulatory economics, he has strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills coupled with an ability to draw meaningful insights, make compelling recommendations from large and complex datasets, and the ability to report and present these effectively to senior management. With a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of benchmarking and a familiarity of econometric techniques, Nicholas provides the technical lead for big data analytics and metrics development within a multi-disciplinary transportation benchmarking and research consultancy group.
Performance management and benchmarking is becoming increasingly prevalent in the transport industry and new techniques and applications are emerging with the increasing availability of very large data sets. Nicholas’s role bridges analytical, academic research with practical application and benchmarking and identifies where research can have strong practical applications by industry.
Anderson RJ, Findlay NS, Graham DJ, 2012, FARES AND FUNDING POLICIES TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE METROS, 91st Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, 2012