PhD poster winner(s) announced at iMOVE Conference 2022
Attendees at this week’s iMOVE Conference 2022 not only had the chance to sit in on some great sessions, they were also the voters in our PhD Students’ Poster Showcase. We’re pleased to announce here the winner and three finalists.
Before getting into the winner and finalists, we’d like to pass along our thanks to all 16 entrants for their submissions in the competition, and to the conference delegates for their time and adjudication.
WINNER: Karla Alvarez-Uribe
Karla’s poster is entitled Evaluating Last Mile Impacts via sustainable alternatives, and was drawn from her PhD project with iMOVE, Evaluating urban freight impacts via sustainable alternatives.
Congratulations Karla for an excellent piece of work!DOWNLOAD KARLA’S POSTER
And in no particular order, our three finalists. Congratulations also to you David, Thiranjaya, and Changle!
FINALIST: David Li
David’s poster is entitled How might door-to-door carbon reporting help airlines decarbonise?, generated by his iMOVE PhD project, Experiments on consumer preferences for sustainable airlines.
FINALIST: Thiranjaya Kandanaarachchi
Building Trust and Collaboration in a Mobility as a Service ecosystem is Thiranjaya’s poster, from his iMOVE PhD project Building trust and collaboration among MaaS stakeholders.
FINALIST: Changle Song
Our third finalist’s poster is entitled Strategies for Minimising Inefficiency in Emergency Medical Logistics, from Changle’s PhD project Emergency facilities location and transportation routing.