Contact & Socials
2020-today: M.A. International Economics (Georg-August-University Göttingen)
2020: B.A. Economics & Political Science (Georg-August-University Göttingen)
Teaching & Research positions:
2020: Guest researcher at Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization Göttingen. Agent based simulations and policy recommendations for epidemics in South America
2019: Teaching Assistant Macroeconomic I (Georg-August-University Göttingen)
2019: Internship, Operations Research on Public transport mobility behavior, Göttingen Public Transport Services (GöVB).
2018: Internship, Policy Analyst and Research Assistant at the United Nations Regional Center for Peace and Disarmament (UNREC) in Lomé (Togo). Research on the nexus between economic development and military conflict with focus on Africa
Transport in Metropolitan Areas
Transportation in the megacities of the has a multitude of problems. One of the biggest core problems is the inadequate public transportation system which leads to a multitude of other problems such as extreme traffic congestion, long commute times, air pollution, fatal traffic accidents. The external cost of these consequences is a high damage to the economic development of these cities. With the continuous growth of these cities, this research area is continuously gaining importance to provide for a more sustainable world.
Research fields involved
Strengthening public transport is an essential contribution to the mobility turnaround. Digitalization enables a better understanding between supply and demand.
The combination of methods from the transport sector and the inclusion of digital technologies enable new applications in the field of public health. In this context, it is possible to take a look at the micro level and to model regions in a targeted manner.