Imperial College London

Dr Marc Stettler

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 2094m.stettler Website

 
 
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Location

 

614Skempton BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Sustainable Transport - SEF09

Aims

To develop an understanding of the issues associated with Sustainable Transport including passenger and freight transport and the challenges and opportunities associated with conventional and future technologies for different transport modes.

• To develop the skills required to identify the suitability of a given transport solution for a selected case study scenario.

• To convey the minimum level of knowledge of Transport issues required by a competent specialist in the field of Sustainable Energy.

• To provide an introduction to specialist study opportunities in the field of Sustainable Transport.

Role

Course Leader

Air Traffic Management - CI9-T-23

Aims

  • To introduce the functional elements of Air Traffic Management (ATM), ground and airborne. 
  • To understand the components of current ATM systems and future ones. 
  • To cover the constraints to the operation of ATM systems including: airspace capacity; operational airspace safety; environment and economics. 

Role

Lecturer

Transport and its Context - CI9-T-01

Aims

  • To introduce students to the fundamentals of the transport system and the context in which it operates, forming the foundation and basis for the rest of the transport MSc courses.

Role

Lecturer

Surveying - CI1-102

Aims

To equip students with the basic surveying techniques required for civil and environmental engineering projects introduce mathematics as a logical and structured discipline.

Role

Lecturer

Transport Systems - CI3-370

Aims

  • To cover the principles of transport systems design in the wider context of the civil engineering profession. The design and execution of large transport infrastructure projects is a multi-layered exercise, with this module aiming to provide an overview of the key stages involved.
  • To develop a good command of the concepts involved in traffic engineering, travel demand modelling, transport economics, environmental evaluation, logistics and supply chain management.

 

Role

Lecturer