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Dr. ir. Dena Kasraian is an Irène Curie fellow and an Assistant Professor at Urbanism and Urban Architecture group of the Built Environment Department, Eindhoven University of Technology. She is also the Principal Investigator of the Digital City Program of Urban Development Initiative (UDI) since September 2020. She has experience in the fields of architecture, urban design and planning and transportation and is interested in conducting multidisciplinary research between them, combining two or more of the following topics: The built environment (urbanization, land use, public domain, urban green infrastructure)Technology (transport infrastructure networks, micromobility, AR & VR)Human spatial behavior (travel behavior, perception, active lifestyles, play behavior)Urban digital twins as decision support systemsSpatial quantitative analysis and longitudinal data analysis using GIS and statistical packages
Dena Kasraian obtained a B.Sc. in Architectural Engineering (2007), and a B.A. in French Literature (2009) from Shahid Beheshti University (SBU), Tehran, Iran. She has an M.Sc. in Urbanism (2010- Cum Laude) and a Ph.D. (2017), from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft. Her Ph.D., “Transport Networks, Land Use and Travel Behaviour: a Long Term Investigation”, was funded under the JPI Urban Europe CASUAL project. She joined the University of Toronto Transportation Research Institute, Department of Civil Engineering, as a postdoctoral fellow for two years before starting as an Assistant Professor at the Department of the Built Environment of TU Eindhoven (2019).
Regional transport accessibility and residential property valuesCase Studies on Transport Policy (2023)
The effect of transport infrastructure, congestion and reliability on mental wellbeing: a systematic review of empirical studiesTransport Reviews (2023)
A Toolkit for Co-Designing towards Community-Based Active AgeingInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2022)
A longitudinal analysis of travel demand and its determinants in the Greater Toronto-Hamilton AreaEnvironment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science (2022)
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