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Dr. Mohammad Nabipour

Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Geography and Planning


Mackintosh-Corry Hall

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As a postdoctoral fellow, my current research focuses on the confluence of transportation, aging communities, the built environment, and the implications of emerging technologies on these topics. I am currently researching with Dr. Mark W. Rosenberg, the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Aging, Health, and Development, at the Geographies of Aging Project Laboratory (GAPLab). As an adjunct professor, I also lecture "Seminar in Geography and Information Science" at the Department of Geography and Planning.

Since 2013, I have worked as a transportation engineer with a variety of organizations and participated in over 20 funded research projects in the areas of transportation planning, public health, traffic safety, logistics, and supply chain management. I have been teaching and advising both graduate and undergraduate students since 2015. I have several publications in refereed journals and conference Proceedings, and I am an editorial team member of the Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences.

•    Ph.D. in Transportation (Shomal University, Iran)
•    Master of Transportation planning (Shomal University, Iran)
•    BA in Civil Engineering (Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Iran)

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Research Interests:
•    Active transportation and built environment
•    Aging communities and healthy cities
•    Equity in healthcare access
•    Traffic safety 
•    Human performance and human behavior
•    Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
•    AV/CAV
•    Spatial analysis and GIS
•    Statistical Modeling (Choice Analysis, Data learning, Regression modeling, Data Mining, etc.)
•    Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) and Fuzzy Methods (AHP, ANP, Topsis, etc.)  
•    Transportation modeling 
•    Microsimulation 
•    Freight transportation (Planning and Pricing, Logistics, Supply chain management, Blockchain)