Mehrnaz Asadi

Mehrnaz Asadi

, MSc

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A focused Ph.D. researcher on Road Safety, with an education background in Socio-economic Systems Engineering (Transportation Planning) and Industrial Engineering. Possesses academic knowledge during more than five years of university studies and research on transportation systems. Acquired insights and ideas into transport-related problems and how various segments and factors are playing roles in both Transportation and Land use systems. Holds research experiences in the Netherlands at TPM/TU Delft and TEM/the University of Twente and gained insights into designing academic research in the field of Road Safety. Have the ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Known as an organized, responsible, responsive, and resilient person. Passionate to investigate in the field of Road Safety to assess and improve traffic safety levels for different groups of residents, based on (big)data analysis, as well as collected data on individuals’ perceptions, experiences, and preferences. Passionate to bring practical suggestions for decision-makers, stakeholders and planners resulted from designing and conducting relevant case studies. 

Research interests

  • Road safety
  • Sustainable Transport Strategies
  • Travel Behavior 
  • Transportation Demand Management
  • Data Analysis


Education/Academic qualification

Master, Institute for Management and Planning Studies

1 Sep 20158 Feb 2018

Award Date: 8 Feb 2018

Bachelor, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad

1 Sep 20071 Sep 2011

Award Date: 1 Sep 2011


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