About me

Peraphan is a senior research fellow at Radboud University, the Netherlands, and supports the Global Carbon Project as one of its executive directors (National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan). His research focuses on transport planning and policymaking to support implementations of smart mobility concepts and the transition toward a sustainable transport system.


Previously, I worked on subjects such as decarbonisation of the transport system, mobility planning, transport service for the elderly, Mobility-as-a-Service, ride-hailing, demand-responsive transport service, and planning under uncertainty. I employs methods such as System Dynamics, Adaptive Planning, Assumption-based planning, Group model building, Delphi method, and other mixed-methods to investigate these topics.


Below is a selection of my CV – please contact me if you’d like a full version

 

Education

PhD in Engineering Sciences, Sustainable transport planning and policy analysis, 2015 
Vienna University of Technology, Austria 

(ASEA-UNINET’s scholarship holder)

MEng. in Civil Engineering (II.i Hons), 2003
University of Bristol, UK 

Selected previous employments

• Post-doctoral researcher (Smart Cities Responsive Intelligent Public Transport Systems project – SCRIPTS)

Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University, the Netherlands

Policy analyst & assistant
the Permanent Mission of Thailand to the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), Office of Industrial Affairs, Thai Embassy, Austria

Assistant project manager (Secondment)

Transport for London,  UK 

Traffic and Highway engineer consultant
Colin Buchanan and Mott MacDonald, UK