Sustainable Mobility

Below are some of the researchers within The Baltic University Programme working with Sustainable Mobility. The theme is coordinated by a theme coordinator.


Björn HasslerSödertörn University logoProfessor
Björn Hassler
Södertörn University

Keywords: Baltic sea, environmental governance, sustianability transitions, regional collaboration, rational choice

Research Gate: Björn Hassler

University of RostokMichèle SchaubM.Sc.
Michèle Schaub
University of Rostock

"Modelling of ship's behaviour including engine and emissions during manoeuvring"

Keywords: mathematical ship and engine modelling; emissions modelling; artificial intelligence; artificial neural network methods

Research Gate: Michèle Schaub

Kamile PetrauskieneKaunas University of TechnologyPhD candidate
Kamilė Petrauskienė
Kaunas University of Technology

"Impact on the environment of conventional and electric vehicles through life cycle perspective"

Keywords: Electric vehicle; sustainable mobility; renewable energy; environmental impact

Sven BorénBlekinge Institute of TechnologyAssociated Senior Lecturer
Sven Borén
Blekinge Institute of Technology

"Research for strategic sustainable development of transport systems"

Keywords: FSSD; SSD; sustainability; transport; electromobility; shipping; public transport

Research profile: BTH Staff Sven Borén.

Daniel StraubJagielloninan UniversityPhD candidate
Daniel Štraub
Jagiellonian University

"If the bus was free, would you take it more often?"

Keywords: fare-free public transport policy; FFPT; public transport; mobility; transport planning

Research profile: ResearchGate Daniel Štraub

Photo of  Norbert LechPhD candidateLogo of West Pomeranian University of Technology
Norbert Lech
West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin

Keywords: Electic vehicle; route optimisation; genetic algorithms; electromobility; sustainability

Last modified: 2024-02-12