BSc (Hons.) Physics, computer science
Christopher Standen is a research fellow in UNSW's School of Population Health.
His areas of expertise include travel behaviour/choices, healthy/sustainable cities, health impact assessment, health equity, environmental management and transport cost-benefit analysis.
Teaching experience includes transport policy, supply chain planning/design, GIS/spatial data analytics, quantitative analysis, data science, health impact assessment, health inequalities and visual data analytics.
Editorial board member for the Journal of Cycling and Micromobility Research.
Associate Editor for Oxford Open Infrastructure and Health.
Dean's Citation for Teaching, University of Sydney Business School (2020)
Australian Postgraduate Award Industry Scholarship (2013)
Teaching experience includes: