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Dr. Bhuvanachithra Chidambaram

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Schwerpunkte der Arbeit:       

  • Reisezeitnutzung im Alltagsmobilität

  • Alterung, Reisezufriedenheit und Wohlbefinden

  • Geschlechtsspezifische Mobilität[

  • Verkehrsverhalten, Verkehrspolitik, urbane Mobilität

  • Verkehrsplanung, Straßenplanung

  • Fahrzeugemissionsreduzierung, Klima Wandel und Verkehr

  • Empirische Methoden : Experimentaller Anstaz

Werdegang:

seit 11/2017 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Fachgebiet Verkehrswesen und Verkehrsplanung, Fakultät Raumplanung, TU Dortmund
01/2017-06/2017 Abschluss-CARD/1 Spezialistin mit Projektarbeit ‚‘Vermessung-Geländemodellierung-Straßenplanung mit CARD/1‘, PROFILE Bildungsgesellschaft mbH, Chemnitz
06/2015 Promotion an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin zum Thema "Fahrzeugeemissionsreduzierung – Ein experimentaller Ansatz für die Analyse von nachhaltigem Verkehr, Strategien und Lösungen"
02/2010-06/2015 Doktorandin und DAAD Stipendiatin, beschäftigt mit BMBF Projektarbeit ‘Climate and Energy in a Complex Transition Process towards Sustainable Hyderabad‘ am Fachgebiet Ressourcenökonomie, Lebenwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
09/2014-02/2015 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin  an der TU Dresden
01/2011-03/2011 Gastdozentin am Fachgebiet Raumplanung an der Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University, Hyderabad, Indien
02/2009-06/2009 Dozentin im Bauingenieurwesen an der St.Joseph Engineering College, Chennai, Indien
07/2008-03/2009 Stellvertretende Projektleiterin im Fachgebiet Infrastruktur- und Verkehrsplanung, Reliance SEZ Limited, Neu Delhi, Indien
08/2006-06/2008 Master Studium - Master of Engineering in Verkehrsingenieurwesen  an der Anna Universität, Chennai, Indien
05/2006-07/2006 Geotechniker, Geo Foundations & Structures Private Limited, Chennai, Indien
05/2002-04/2006 Bachelor Studium- Bachelor of Engineering in Bauingenieurwesen an der Anna Universität, Chennai, Indien

Lehre an der TU Dortmund:

  • 2019-2022: Literaturseminar “Transport and Inequalities”,  M.Sc. Raumplanung, Fakultät Raumplanung

Forschungsprojekte:

  • Seit 2021: ‘Co-Investigator’, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Projekt DFG,  Quantitative und Qualitative Geschlechtsspezifische Zeitverwendung in Wegebezogenem Multitasking (aktuell)

  • 2017-2020: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Projekt DFG „“Gender Pendeln Aktivitätsmuster“, TU Dortmund

  • 2011-2016: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Projekt BMBF Projektarbeit ‘Climate and Energy in a Complex Transition Process towards Sustainable Hyderabad‘ HU Berlin

  • 2014-2015: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Projekt MEFUL (Flugzeug Emission, TU Dresden)  

Wissenschaftliche Mitgliedschaften und Tätigkeiten:

  • seit April 2022 –Main member- Standing Committee on Women and Gender in Transportation – AME20, Transportation Research Board Standing Committee, Washington D.C, USA
  • seit 2021 - Mitglied des Arbeitskreis „Diversity Equity Inclusive“, Women and Gender in Transportation, Transportation Research Board Standing Committee, Washington D.C, USA

  • seit 2020- Mitglied des „Transportation Professionals“ Association for European Transport, Henley in Arden

  • seit 2020 – Mitgleid im Mobiliver Community https://www.mobilivers.de/ 

  • 2014-2016 –Mitgleid im „“Resource Economics Experiment Research“, HU Berlin

Publikationen:

  • Chidambaram, B. 2022. “TRAWEL: A Transportation and Wellbeing Conceptual Framework for Broadening the Understanding of Quality of Life”, Chapter 24, In K. Wac & S. Wulfovich (Eds.), Quantifying Quality of Life: Incorporating Daily Life into Medicine. pp. 553–581. Springer International Publishing. Download

  • Chidambaram, B., Scheiner, J. 2022. “Travel-based Multitasking in Germany– Does Gender matter in Travel Time use?. Article TRBAM-22-02714. Transportation Research Board 101st Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board. Download

  • Chidambaram, B., Scheiner, J. 2021. “Leisure Quality among German Parents—Exploring Urbanity, Mobility, and Partner Interaction as Determinants”. Sustainability 2021, 13, 5883. DOI: 10.3390/su13115883

  • Chidambaram, B., Scheiner, J. 2021. “Work-Trip Mode Choice in Germany – Affected by Individual Constraints or by Partner Interaction?”, Travel Behaviour and Society 24 (1. Juli 2021): 231–44. DOI: 10.1016/j.tbs.2021.04.007

  • Chidambaram, B. Scheiner,J. 2020. Understanding relative commuting within dual-earner couples in Germany. Transp. Res. Part A Policy Pract. 134, S. 113–129. DOI: 10.1016/j.tra.2020.02.006

  • Chidambaram, B., Scheiner, J., 2019. Understanding commuting behavior between partners. Transp. Res. Procedia 41, S. 376–379. DOI: 10.1016/j.trpro.2019.09.061

  • Chidambaram, B., 2016. Vehicle Emission Reduction: An Experimental Approach for Analysing Sustainable Traffic Strategies. Shaker Verlag, Aachen. ISBN: 978-3844040647

  • Chidambaram, B., Janssen, M.A., Rommel, J., Zikos, D., 2014. Commuters’ mode choice as a coordination problem: A framed field experiment on traffic policy in Hyderabad, India. Transp. Res. Part A Policy Pract. 65. DOI: 10.1016/j.tra.2014.03.014

  • Chidambaram, B., Zikos, D., 2012. Congestion Mitigation Measure in Hyderabad – A Midnight Summer Dream ? South Asia Chron. 2, S. 58–92. DOI: 10.18452/17963

  • Chidambaram, B., 2011. A comprehensive integrated framework linking vehicle emissions and traffic simulation complemented with social- institutional analysis. Int. J. Energy Environ. 5, S. 733–743.

  • Chidambaram, B., 2010. Sustainable Traffic Solutions Based on Institutional Analysis of the Vehicle Emission Model, in: Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Ed.): ”Future Megacities in Balance”,Young Researchers’ Symposium. Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst DAAD), Bonn, Essen, Germany, S. 221–225.

Konferenzbeiträge:

  • Chidambaram, B. Scheiner, J. 2022. Feeling unpleasant in daily activities – Exploring the effects of travel and non-travel time use in Germany, 7A: Activity and Mobility modelling. hEART -10th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation, June 1-3, 2022 Leuven, Belgium.

  • Chidambaram, B. Scheiner, J. 2022. Travel-based Multitasking in Germany: Does Gender Matter in Travel Time Use? Event 1069: Through the Looking Glass of Gender Issues: Mobility Challenges Across the World; Women and Gender in Transportation (AME20), TRB 101st Annual Meeting, 9-13 January 2022, Washington, DC.

  • Chidambaram, B.  Scheiner, J. 2021. Gendered patterns of work trip mode choice-evidence from Germany, hEART European Association for Research in Transportation, February 3-4, 2021 Lyon, France

  • Chidambaram, B. 2020. Commuter Acceptance of TDM Measures in Hyderabad, India – A Post Experimental Focus Group Analysis- 6th Annual International Conference on Transportation, 1-4 June 2020, Athens, Greece

  • Chidambaram, B.  Scheiner, J. 2019. Work trip mode choice of men and women in Germany including partner interactions, “By Bike. By Car. By Bus—Women Commuting” - 6th International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation. Transportation Research Board,September 10-13. Irvine, CA, USA. Link

  • Chidambaram, B Scheiner, J. 2019. Understanding relative commuting within dual-earner couples in Germany, in: Presentation at ’51st Annual UTSG Conference, University of Leeds. July 8-10. Leeds, UK. Link

  • Chidambaram, B Scheiner, J. 2018. Understanding commuting behaviour between partners’, Urban Mobility- Shaping the Future Together. Mobil.TUM 2018, Technical University Munich, June 13-14,. Munich, Germany. Link

  • Chidambaram, B., Zikos, D. 2011. Embedding a Model in Urban Commons: Transportation Game in a Megacity Setting, in: International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) September 14-17. Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

  • Chidambaram, B., Zikos, D. 2011. Development of a comprehensive integrated framework based on on-road vehicle emission estimation in Hyderabad, India, in: Recent Researches in Mechanics - Proc. of the 2nd Int. Conf. WSEAS, July 14-16.

  • Chidambaram, B. 2010. Sustainable Transport Solutions on the basis of Vehicle Emission Simulation Model, in: Presentation at the DAAD Young Researchers’ Symposium, Essen. DAAD, Essen, Germany.

  • Chidambaram, B., Rajiah, M. 2008. Pavement Maintenance Management for Indian Conditions - A Case Study, in: International Conference on Civil Engineering (ICCE’ 08). University Malaysia Pahang, Pahang, Malaysia.

Workshops:

  • Chidambaram, B. 2021. Gender dimensions in travel time use and activity satisfaction, der 5.mFUND -Konferenz des BMVI 2021-Mit Dateninnovationen zur Mobilität der Zukunft, Workshop Nr. 4: Von europäischen Projekten lernen – Erhebung und Einsatz genderspezifischer Daten in der Mobilität, 19-20 October 2021
  • Chidambaram, B., Kawgan-Kagan, I.  2021. Is the pandemic increasing the gender mobility gap? , COVID-19 Conversations Webinar. AET Gender and Mobility Working Group
  • Chidambaram, B., Chang, N. 2017. Citizen engagement in Traffic measures. Alumniportal Deutschland-Hands on Project, Berlin, Germany

  • Chidambaram, B., Prasad, C. 2016. Issues, challenges and opportunities for transport mobility and management, in: Mobility Management - IGSTC Symposium on Smart Cities: Challenges & Opportunities, April 27-29. Berlin, Germany.

  • Janssen, M., Chidambaram, B., Zikos, D., 2012. Working Group on Field Experiments in Resource Economics, in: Methodical Workshop on Economic Experiments, Humboldt Universität Berlin, April 20-30. Berlin, Germany.

  • Chidambaram, B., Zikos, D. 2011. Governance, Institutions and the Political dimensions of Conflicts over Resource Management, Department of Urban and Regional Planning. Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University, Hyderabad.

  • Schäfer, T., Reith, J., Chidambaram, B. 2011. Concepts, methods and tool for sustainable transport planning, in: Workshop ’Sustainable Hyderabad Project’- National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India and PTV AG, Germany, February 20-28. Warangal.

  • Chidambaram, B. 2010. Sustainable Transport Solutions-Perspectives and Prospects for Indian Megacities of Tomorrow, Foreign Researchers Forum- Networking Opportunities. Berlin, Germany.

andere Publikationen:

  • Chidambaram, B. 2021. “Gender relevant research on work-life balance, social mobility and travel time use”. Women & Gender in Transportation, TRB Standing Committee AME20 Newsletter Vol.5.
  • Chidambaram, B. 2021. Measuring transport equity, edited by Karel Martens, Floridea Di Ciommo, Ariane Dupont-Kieffer, Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2019, 328 pp., ISBN: 978-0-12814-818-1. Transport Reviews, 23. September 2021, 1–2. DOI: 10.1080/01441647.2021.1983068 (Book review)
  • Chidambaram, B. 2020. Quality of Life and Daily Travel, by Margareta Friman, Dick Ettema, Lars E. Olsson. (Eds.). 2018. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. ISBN. 978-3-319-76622-5. J. Transp. Geogr. 83, 102669. (Book review) DOI: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2020.102669

  • Chidambaram, B. 2014. Small economic incentives don’t encourage public transport. Deccan Chronicle.(Magazine article)

  • Chidambaram, B. 2013. Infrastructure - The Social Value of Shared Resources, by Frischmann, B.M. (2012). Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press. Int. J. Commons 7, 230–231. (Book review) DOI: 10.18352/ijc.386