University of Leeds
Ian Philips is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Leeds. With a disciplinary background Geography, Ian’s specialist expertise covers geographical analysis of socially equitable sustainable transport planning. Ian has worked at the interface between academic and public policy. Ian’s skills include a wide range of approaches to spatial data analysis visualisation, simulation and methods associated with Geographic Information Science (GIS) and geocomputation and geographic data science. Though Ian works principally with GIS he also works with colleagues on mixed methods research projects. Ian has conducted work on capability to make journeys by walking and cycling during fuel disruption, modelled the carbon reduction capability of e-bikes and leads a project to understand more about the carbon reduction potential of e-micromobility.
- E-bikes and their capability to reduce car CO2 emissions
- e-bike carbon savings – how much and where?
- A small area estimation of the capability of individuals to replace car travel with walking, cycling and e-bikes and its implications for energy use
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