Dr Robin North is Lecturer in Transport and Environmental Planning and leads the Transport and Environmental Analysis research group at the Centre for Transport Studies. His work is concerned with evaluating the real-world environmental impacts of transport using state-of-the-art monitoring and modelling methodologies.
He completed his undergraduate studies in Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London including a year spent at Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France. Following this, he joined the Centre for Transport Studies in 2002, completing his PhD in 2006 before moving on to Post-Doctoral Research on UK and European projects. He is a Member of the Instituion of Engineering Technology and sits on the US National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board Standing Committee on Transportation and Air Quality (ADC20).
et al., 2013, The effectiveness of cold ironing and speed reduction policies near ports on ship emissions, Maritime Economics and Logistics
North RJ, Lent R, Barria JA, 2013, An evaluation of intelligent mobility models for participatory sensing in urban transport networks
et al., 2011, Effect of Transport Models on Connectivity of Interbus Communication Networks, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol:15, ISSN:1547-2450, Pages:161-178
et al., 2010, Technologies to measure indicators for road user charging, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-transport, Vol:163, ISSN:0965-092X, Pages:63-72
Feng S, Ochieng W, North R, 2008, Quantitative Measures for GPS Based Road User Charging, 11th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2008), IEEE, Pages:495-500