Full Profile - Dr Emily Moylan
BA (Physics) Middlebury College, USA
MCP/MS (Transp. Eng) University of California - Berkeley, USA
PhD Australian National University, Australia
Area of interest: Travel time stochasticity, travel time reliability, transport system resilience, transport and land use, sustainable transportation
Dr Emily Moylan is a research associate at rCITI in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNSW Australia.
In her current research, she is exploring how travel time changes from day to day, from driver to driver and in unusual circumstances. She hopes that, by presenting more complete information about how users experience the transport network, her results will provide insights that will allow policy makers to make smarter investments in transportation infrastructure.
Dr Moylan chose transport because she enjoyed working with large datasets and felt it was a great application of her skill set, which would also enable her to contribute to a more efficient future for Sydney.
Dr Moylan received a Master of Science in Transport Engineering and a Master of City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley. She holds a PhD from the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the Australian National University.
Dr Moylan was the recipient of a University of California Transportation Center Fellowship (2012-2014) and a Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship (2013-2014).