Professor Carey Curtis
Carey is Director of the Urbanet Research Network in the School of Built Environment at Curtin University and leads the Future Cities Lab where the SNAMUTS work takes place. Carey's Research interests include sustainable transport, land use and transport integration, transit oriented development, shared streets, personal travel behaviour, travel demand management, city planning and design, transport policy and governance and implementation.
David Robertson is a research assistant undertaking GIS analysis for the CATCH project. After fifteen years supporting environmental management in state government, he is applying his varied skills to creating more liveable and sustainable cities.
Oscar is a Senior Strategic Planning Officer at the City of Subiaco, a inner city metropolitan Local Government in Perth, Western Australia. Oscar has been involved in the SNAMUTS project since he commenced his Urban Planning degree in 2011 and has developed a strong interest in the application of effective land use planning and transport integration.
Dr Jan Scheurer
Dr Jan Scheurer is a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Built Environment, Curtin University and a member of the Future Cities Lab. Jan also holds an Honorary Associate position at the Centre for Urban Research (CUR), RMIT University). Jan’s areas of expertise are urban design, transport and accessibility planning, sustainability policy and mobility culture.
Professor Anssi Joutsiniemi holds a visiting Fellow position at Curtin University where he works with Professor Carey Curtis and her research team on the development of a new programming interface for SNAMUTS. He is based at Aalto University, Finland.
Sam is a Research Assistant in Urbanet and member of the Future Cities Lab. He is exploring the links between open source data sets and SNAMUTS.
Kristen is completing a PhD examining the factors effecting public transport service quality. Her research examines the activities of cities exhibiting high levels of public transport usage, and aims to strengthen the theoretical basis for the measurement and modelling of public transport systems.