Muhammad Fayyaz

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PhD Candidate

Research Centre
H69 - Codrington Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia


Muhammad holds a University of Sydney International Scholarship. He has completed a Master of Science in Transportation Engineering from Middle East Technical University. As a M.Sc. student, Muhammad worked on truck traffic modelling in Turkey, which included capacity utilization; origin-destination estimation; and route choice of truck traffic. He was also a visiting scholar in DTU Transport, Denmark for one year, where he studied discrete and route choice modelling.

Thesis working title

Investigating travel choice behaviour: a new approach using interactive experiments with driving simulators.

Muhammad commenced his PhD candidacy at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies in July, 2016. His PhD thesis is supervised by Professor Michiel Bliemer; his Associate Supervisor is Matthew Beck. His project: ‘Investing travel choice behaviour; a new approach using interactive experiments with driving simulators’, is funded by Australian Research Council.

Supervisors: Michiel Bliemer, Matthew Beck