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Associate Professor Matthew Burke is the Transport Academic Partnership (TAP) Chair at Griffith University's Cities Research Institute. He coordinates much of Griffith's transport research under the TAP agreement, funded by the Queensland Government Department of Transport and Main Roads, and the Motor Accident and Insurance Commission. He is presently leading projects on demand-responsive transit, improved mode-choice modelling, cashless payments for public transport, and tactical urbanism and cycling. Assoc Prof Burke has seen ten students through to graduation of their PhD, six of them as Principal or Co-Supervisor. If you are looking for a place to do a PhD in the field of transportation, our transport team is ranked in the top-150 in the world in the current Shanghai rankings. We have excellent peer-support and supervision available. Many of our honours and PhD students have work placements with transport agencies during their program, gaining real-world experience. In addition to Assoc Prof Burke's research interests (i.e. travel behaviour, transport and land use, transport policy, public transport, walking, cycling, micromobility) we have experts in supply chain and logistics, transport psychology, transport engineering, transport sustainability and transport policy available to help supervise your program. If you are interested, feel free to get in touch at the contact details provided here.
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS
- MemberCities Research Institute2005
- Transport Academic Partnership Chair(Transport & Main Roads and the Motor Accident and Insurance Commission), funded by Queensland Government, Brisbane, Australia1 Jul 2016 - 30 Jun 2020
- MemberTransport and Main Roads, Public Transport Fares Advisory Panel22 Jul 2019
- MemberTransport and Main Roads, Queensland Cycling Advisory Group (QCAG)5 Oct 2016
- MemberTransport and Main Roads, Bus Safety Forum22 Feb 2016
- Bachelor of Planning and DesignUniversity of Melbourne
- Doctor Of PhilosophyUniversity of Queensland1999 - 2005