Mobility Department of the AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology
As one of the key researchers of this interdisciplinary team comprising almost 40 scientists, Alexandra is responsible for the conceptual design, implementation and management of national and international research projects related to cross-sectoral topics in the area of human factors for personal mobility. She holds a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning and a PhD on pedestrian typologies from the Vienna University of Technology and has been involved as Expert Advisor in the implementation of the European Joint Programming Initiative “Urban Europe” and the development of the Urban Europe Strategic Research Framework. She is currently lecturing at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien and Danube University Krems and was giving lectures at the Vienna University of Technology. She joined the ECTRI Mobility Thematic Group in 2013.
Her research areas include mobility behavior patterns and behavior determinants, human factors in mobility, transportation disadvantaged, pedestrian spatio-temporal behavior, human orientation & navigation, and mobility information systems.