University of Leeds
Malcolm is a specialist in GIS and data analytics with a focus on sustainable infrastructure. His research interest cover areas relating to low carbon housing and transport. Such as increase cycling adoption or understanding the social structure of the UK construction industry.
Malcolm has worked on range of projects including the Propensity to Cycle Tool and theCycling Infrastructure Prioritisation Toolkit both projects used big data to identify key areas of the UK to promote cycling. On the Governance of Low-carbon Innovation in Domestic Energy Retrofits (GLIDER) project, Malcolm used data from Twitter to map the social structure of the UK construction sector. Currently, he is part of the CREDS team working on the spatial patterns of transport energy use.
- Curbing excess: high energy consumption and the fair energy transition
- Enough is enough – the time for climate action is now
- Spatially disaggregated car ownership prediction using deep neural networks
- A place-based carbon calculator for England
- OpenTripPlanner for R
- Excess? Exploring social, structural and behavioural drivers of energy demand in areas of high combined energy consumption
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