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

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

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

Last modified: 2023-05-24