BSc Hons Brunel MEM UNSW
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
Chris is researching the transport, health and economic impacts of cycling infrastructure, and frameworks for improved transport project appraisal, as part of an Australian Research Council Linkage Project involving ITLS and a number of university, government and NGO partners. He has previously worked on sustainable transport programs in local government, as a policy advisor in the NSW Parliament, and as a systems architect designing telecommunications networks for public operators in Europe and the former Soviet Union. He holds a BSc in Physics from Brunel University, where his honours research was on subatomic particle measurement at the Stanford Linear Accelerator, and a Master of Environmental Management from UNSW. Chris is being supervised by Associate Professor Stephen Greaves.
Dr Michiel Bliemer and Christopher Standen co-author an opinion piece about infrastructure spending announced in the federal budget.
Ellison AB, Ellison R, Rance D, Greaves SP and Standen C 2014 'Harnessing smartphone sensors for tracking location to support travel data collection', 10th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods, Leura, Australia, 21st November 2014
Greaves SP, Ellison R, Ellison AB, Standen C, Rissel C and Crane M 2014 'A Web-Based Diary and Companion Smartphone app for Travel/Activity Surveys', 10th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods, Leura, Australia, 21st November 2014
Greaves SP, Ellison AB, Ellison R and Standen C 2014 'Development of Online Diary for Longitudinal Travel and Activity Surveys', 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board TRB 2014, Washington D.C., United States, 16th January 2014
Rissel C, Greaves SP, Wen LM, Capon A, Crane M and Standen C 2013 'Evaluating the transport, health and economic impacts of new urban cycling infrastructure in Sydney, Australia - protocol paper', BMC Public Health, vol.13:963, pp. 1-8