Institute for Transport Studies, BOKU Vienna
The Institute for Transport Studies is part of the Department of Landscape, Spatial and Infrastructure Sciences at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU). The institute is concerned with the sustainable development of transport in rural and urban areas. The main focus is on mobility research, opportunity-oriented mobility systems, socio-economic impacts of transport infrastructure investments, traffic flow and transport telematics.
DI Dr. Sandra Wegener
Active mobility, Health,
Travel behaviour research
Traffic engineering, Modeling,
DI Valerie Batiajew
Sustainable urban development, active mobility, spatial planning
Institute for Sustainable Economic Development, BOKU Vienna
The Institute for Sustainable Economic Development is part of the Department of Economics and Social Sciences (WiSo) at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU). The institute develops solutions that contribute to sustainable development. As a team of economists, social scientists and natural scientists, problem-related disciplinary approaches are combined to interdisciplinary solutions in research and teaching.
Mag. Dr. Maria E. Schauppenlehner-
Participation; Learning processes in groups; Transdisciplinary research
Mag. Dr. Michael Braito
Environmental economics & sociology;
sicher unterwegs – Verkehrspsychologische Untersuchungen GmbH
The traffic psychology institute “sicher unterwegs” offers various services in the field of traffic safety. The project-related focus is on the development of prevention concepts as well as mobility and traffic education.
Mag. Dr. Bettina Schützhofer
Clinical psychologist, Health and traffic psychologist, Traffic safety
Mag. Barbara Krammer-Kritzer
Clinical psychologist, Health and traffic psychologist, Traffic and mobility education