Peraphan is a Senior Researcher fellow of On the Move – Mobility in transition Project at Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University, the Netherlands.
Research & Professional highlights
• Planning and policymaking to support implementations of smart mobility concepts and the transition toward a sustainable transport system
• A system and participatory approach to transport research,
• Experienced in working with interdisciplinary teams, in organising educational workshops, living lab, collaborative platform, creative group facilitation, and outreach activities.
• Sustainable transport planning, mobility transition, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), shared and on-demand transport services, and mobility service for the elderly.
• Proficient in various qualitative and quantitative research methods, e.g. Adaptive planning, Assumption Based planning, System Dynamics, Delphi Method, and Group Model Building
Mobility as a Service:
• Future implementation of mobility as a service (MaaS): Results of an international Delphi study (Jittrapirom et al., 2018)
• A critical review of definitions, assessments of schemes, and key challenges (Jittrapirom et al., 2017)
Transport planning related
• Application of Dynamic Adaptive policy-making to implement Mobility as a Service (Jittrapirom et al., 2018)
• A Review of Thailand’s Transport Master Plan for Regional Cities (Jittrapirom and Jaensirisak, 2020)
Smart and sustainable mobility
• The Dutch elderly’s preferences toward a smart demand-responsive transport service (Jittrapirom et al., 2019)
• A review of current Off-street residential parking organisation practice (Jittrapirom & Emberger, 2011)
System Dynamics and participatory process (Group model building)
• The conundrum of the motorcycle in the mix of sustainable urban transport – using System Dynamics model to analyse long term impact of promoting motorised two-wheeler (Jittrapirom, Knoflacher, and Mailer., 2017)
• Understanding decision makers’ perceptions of urban transport problems using Causal Loop Diagram (CLD) (Jittrapirom, Knoflacher, and Mailer., 2017)
• An application of System Dynamics model in Metropolitan Activity Relocation Simulator (MARS) to assess transport policy for Chiang Mai City (Jaensirisak, Jittrapirom et al., 2015)C
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