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                                    Sean T. Doherty

                                     BES, MA, PhD


Full Professor

Dept. of Geography & Environmental Studies

Wilfrid Laurier University

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 3C5

Tel: 519-884-1970

Email: sdoherty@wlu.ca

Homepage: http://wlu.ca/~sdoherty

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Current position

Full Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, July 2000 – present. Promoted to Full Professor July 2012. Associate Professor July 2004 to 2012. Assistant Professor July 2000 – 2004.

PAST ACADEMIC POsitions

Visiting Professor, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, Faculty of Economics and Business, The University of Sydney, Australia (April-May 2012; Feb – May 2005)

Visiting Professor, School of Public Policy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (May-Aug, 2005, sabbatical, Lady Davis Fellow)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Dépt d’Aménagement (Urban and Regional Planning), Université Laval (1998). Dept of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto (1999).

Degrees

PhD, Civil Engineering, University of Toronto (1998).

“The household activity-travel scheduling process: computerized survey data collection and the development of a unified modelling framework”

Master of Arts, Geography, University of Waterloo (1994).

“Young drivers' mobility patterns and exposure to risk: Assessment and management

Bachelor of Environmental Studies, Honours Geography, University of Waterloo (1992).

Weather hazards and youth driving behaviour”

publications

Scholar Home Citations

Refereed Articles

Smith, W., Li, X., Witten, M., and Doherty, S. (in press) Depicting the Evolution of Destination Image Across Trip Experience with Smartphone Technology. Tourism Management (Elsevier). Accepted Mar 31, 2014.

Canally, C., Doherty, S. T., and Doran, D. (In press) Using integrated bio-physiotherapy informatics in home healthcare settings: A qualitative analysis of a point-of-care decision support system. Health Informatics Journal.

Doherty, S. T., McKeever, P., Aslam, H., Stephens, L., and Yantzi, N. 2014. Use of GPS Tracking to Interactively Explore Disabled Children’s Mobility & Accessibility Patterns. Children, Youth & Environments. Vol 24(1).

Doherty, S. T. Lemieux, C. J., Canally, C. 2014. Tracking Human Activity and Well-being in Natural Environments Using Wearable Sensors and Experience Sampling. Social Science and Medicine. Volume 106, 83-92. DOI Link.

Quinlan-Cutler, S. Carmichael, B., Doherty, S. 2014. The Inca Trail Experience: Does the journey matter?. Annals of Tourism Research 45: 152–166. DOI Link

Lemieux, C.J., Eagles, P., Slocombe, S., Doherty, S. T., Elliott, S., and Mock, S. 2012. Human health and well-being motivations and benefits associated with protected area experiences: an opportunity for transforming policy and management in Canada. PARKS: the International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation 18(1): 71-86. Full Text PDF

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. 2012. Redefining Activity Types: Who participates in which leisure activity?. Transportation Research Part A 46(8): 1194–1204. DOI Link

Doherty, S. T. and Oh, P. 2012. A multi-sensor monitoring system of human physiology and daily activities. Telemedicine and e-Health 18(3): 185-192. DOI Link Full Text PDF

Doherty, S. T. 2012. Exploring Blood Glucose Variation Over Geographical Space. Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics 14(3): 276-284. DOI Link .

Doherty, S. T. and Mohammadian, A. 2011. The Validity of Using Activity Type to Structure Tour-based Scheduling Models. Transportation 38(1): 45-63. DOI Link .

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. 2011. Discretionary Activity Location Choice: In-Home or Out-of Home? Transportation. 38(1): 101-122. DOI Link

Huynh, N. T., Doherty, S. and Sharpe, B. 2010. Gender Differences in Sketch Map Creation. Journal of Maps. 6(1): 270-288. DOI Link

Clark, A. F. and Doherty, S. T. 2010. A Multi-instrumented approach to observing the activity rescheduling decision process. Transportation 37(1): 165 - 181. DOI Link

Clark, A. F. and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Activity Rescheduling Strategies and Decision Processes in Day-to-Day Life. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2134: 143-152. DOI Link

Kang H., D.M. Scott, S. Doherty. 2009. Investigation of Planning Priority of Joint Activities in Household Activity-Scheduling Process. Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Vol. 2134, pp. 82-88. DOI Link

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. 2009. How travel attributes affect planning time horizon of activities? Journal of Transportation Research Board, Vol. 2132, pp. 33-41. DOI Link

Papinski, D., Scott, D., and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Exploring the route choice decision-making process: A comparison of planned and observed routes obtained using person-based GPS. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 12(4): 347-358. DOI Link

Auld, J., Mohammadian, A., and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Modeling activity conflict resolution strategies using scheduling process data. Transportation Research Part A 43(4): 386–400. DOI Link

Clark, A. and Doherty, S. T. 2008. Examining the Nature and Extent of the Activity-travel Preplanning Decision Process. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2054: 83-92. DOI Link

Auld, J., Mohammadian, A., and Doherty, S. T. 2008. Analysis of activity conflict resolution strategies. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2054: 10-19. DOI Link

Huynh, N. T., Hall, G. B., Doherty, S. T. and Smith, W. W. 2008. Interpreting Urban Space Through Cognitive Map Sketching and Sequence Analysis. The Canadian Geographer 52 (2): 222–240. DOI Link

Huynh, N. T. and Doherty, S. T. 2007. Digital Sketch Map Drawing as an Instrument to Collect Data about Spatial Cognition. Cartographica 42(4): 285-296. DOI Link Full Text PDF

Doherty, S. T. 2006. Should we abandon activity type analysis? Redefining activities by their salient attributes. Transportation 33(6): 517-536. DOI Link

Doherty, S. T. and Ettema, D. 2006. Special issue on activity-travel decision processes. Transportation 33(5): 423-427. DOI Link

Mohammadian, A. and Doherty, S. T. 2006. Modeling Activity Scheduling Time Horizon: Duration of Time between Planning and Execution of Pre-Planned Activities. Transportation Research A: Policy and Practice 40(6): 475-490. DOI Link

Doherty, S. T. 2005. How far in advance are activities planned? Measurement challenges and analysis. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1926: 41-49. TRB Fred Burggraff award winning paper. DOI Link

Joh, C. H., Doherty, S. T., and Polak, J. W. 2005. Analysis of the Factors Affecting the Frequency and Type of Activity Schedule Modification. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1926: 19-25.

Mohammadian, A. and Doherty, S. T. 2005. A Mixed Logit Model of Activity Scheduling Time Horizon incorporating spatial-temporal variables. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1926: 33-40.

Doherty, S. T., Nemeth, E., Roorda, M., and Miller, E. J. 2004. Computerized Household Activity-Scheduling Survey for Toronto, Canada: Design and Assessment. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1894: 140-149.

Doherty, S. T. 2004. Rules for assessing activity scheduling survey respondents’ data quality. Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1870: 109-115.

Andrey, J. C., Burns, K. R., and Doherty, S. T. 2004. Toward sustainable transportation: exploring transportation decision making in teleworking households in a mid-sized Canadian city. Canadian Journal of Urban Research 13 (2): 257-277.

Doherty, S. T. and Mohammadian, A. 2003. Application of Artificial Neural Network Models to Activity Scheduling Time Horizon. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1854: 43-49.

Doherty, S. T., Lee-Gosselin, M., Burns, K., and Andrey, J. 2002. Household Activity Rescheduling in Response to Automobile Reduction Scenarios. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1807: 174-182.

Kreitz, M., and Doherty, S. T. 2002. Collection of Spatial Behavioral Data and their Use in Activity Scheduling Models. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1804: 126-133.

Doherty, S. T., Noël, N., Lee-Gosselin, M., Sirois, C., and Ueno, M. 2001. Moving Beyond Observed Outcomes: Integrating Global Positioning Systems and Interactive Computer-Based Travel Behavior Surveys. Transportation Research Circular No. E-C026, March 2001, pp. 449-466. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.

Doherty, S. T. and Miller, E. J. 2000. A computerized household activity scheduling survey. Transportation 27 (1): 75-97.

Doherty, S. T., Aultman-Hall, L., and Swaynos, J. 2000. Commuter Cyclist Accident Patterns in Toronto and Ottawa, Canada. Journal of Transportation Engineering 126(1): 21-26.

Doherty, S. T., Andrey, J., and MacGregor, C. 1998. The situational risks of young drivers: The influence of passengers, time of day, and day of week on accident rates. Accident Analysis and Prevention 30(1): 45-52.

Doherty, S. T. and Andrey, J. 1997. Young drivers and graduated licensing: the Ontario case. Transportation 24(3): 227-251.

Doherty, S. T., Andrey, J., and Marquis, J. 1993. Driver adjustments to wet weather hazards. Climatological Bulletin 27(3): 154-164.

Books

Lee-Gosselin, M., and Doherty, S. T., editors. 2005. Integrated Land Use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, Oxford: Elsevier. 306 pages. ISBN: 9780080446691 Web Link

Book Chapters

Quinlan-Cutler, S., Doherty, S. & Carmichael, B. (in press). Immediacy, photography and memory: The tourist experience of Machu Picchu. In World Heritage, Tourism and Identity. Edited by M. G. Barbas, L. Bourdeau and M. Robinson. Farnham: Ashgate. ISBN 978-1-4094-7058-8.

Williams, C. A.; Mohammadian, A.; Auld, J. & Doherty, S. T. 2013. Enhancing Traveler Context through Transferable Activity Patterns. In Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services. Edited by Uhler, D., K. Mehta and J. Wong. Berlin: Springer. pp. 412-423. DOI Link

Skipper, T. L., Carmichael, B. A., and Doherty, S. 2012. Tourism harassment experience in Jamaica. In Contemporary Tourist Experience: Concepts and Consequences. Editors Sharpley, R. and Stone, P. R. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0415697422

Quinlan-Cutler, S. Carmichael, B., Doherty, S. 2011. Using an immediate approach in researching the tourist experience. In e-Review of Tourism Research, Conference Abstracts. Editors Law, R., Fuchs, M. & Ricci, F.

Lee-Gosselin, M., Doherty, S. and Shalaby, A. 2010. Data Collection on Personal Movement using Mobile ICTs: Old Wine in New Bottles? Chapter 1 in Movement-aware applications for sustainable mobility: technologies and approaches, Edited by Monica Wachowicz, pp. 1-14. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. DOI: DOI Link

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Emerging methods and technologies for tracking physical activity in the built environment. In Transport Survey Methods: Keeping up with a Changing World, Chapter 9. Editors Bonnel, P., M. Lee-Gosselin, J. Zmud and J. L. Madre., pp. 153-190. Bingley, U.K.: Emerald.

Doherty, S. T. and Lee-Gosselin, M. 2005. Introduction. In Integrated Land Use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, Lee-Gosselin, M., and Doherty, S. T (eds.), pp. xii-xvii. Oxford: Elsevier.

Roorda, M., Doherty, S. T., and Miller, E. 2005. Operationalizing household activity scheduling models: Addressing assumptions and the use of new sources of behavioural data. In Integrated Land Use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, Lee-Gosselin, M., and Doherty, S. T (eds.), pp. 61-85. Oxford: Elsevier. Full Text PDF

Doherty, S. T. 2002. Interactive Methods for Activity Scheduling Processes. In Goulias, K. (ed.) Transportation systems planning: methods and applications, pp. 7-1 to 7-25. New York: CRC Press. Full Text PDF

Doherty, S. T., Miller, E. J., Axhausen, K. W., and Gärling, T. 2002. A Conceptual Model of the Weekly Household Activity-Travel Scheduling Process. In E. Stern, I. Salomon, and P. Bovy (eds.) Travel Behaviour: Spatial Patterns, Congestion and Modelling, pp. 233-264. Cheltenham U.K.: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Doherty, S. T. 2001. Challenges and Opportunities for Investigating Activity Scheduling Decision Processes. In Stadt Region Land, Heft 71, pp. 53-62. Institut für Stadtbauwesen und Stadtverkehr, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technishe Hochschule Aachen.

Doherty, S. T., Andrey, J., and Johnson, L. C. 2000. The Economic and Social Impacts of Telework. In The New Workplace of the 21st Century, pp. 73-97. Washington: U.S. Department of Labor.

Rindsfüser, G., and Doherty, S. T. 2000. Konzept, Module und Datenerfordernisse für SMARTSimulationsmodell des Aktivitäten-(Re)Planungsprozesses (Framework, Modules and Data needs for SMART – Simulation Model of the Activity (Re-)Scheduling and Travel). In Stadt Region Land, Heft 69, pp. 109-130. Institut für Stadtbauwesen und Stadtverkehr, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technishe Hochschule Aachen.

Doherty, S. T. and Axhausen, K. W. 1999. The development of a unified modelling framework for the household activity-travel scheduling process. In W. Brilon, F. Huber, M. Schreckengerg, and H. Wallentowitz (eds.) Traffic and Mobility: Simulation-Economics-Environment, pp. 35-56. Berlin: Springer.

Software

Real-ACT (Real-time Activity and Calorie Tracker), 2012 – An iPhone and Blackberry software application that simultaneously tracks GPS and accelerometer data, and applies a patent-pending algorithm to determine user activity (walking, running, driving, at-home, moderate physical activity, etc.) and estimate calorie consumption in real-time under everyday living conditions. Supported by NSERC I2I and OCE grants.

GFG (Go for Green), 2011. A BlackBerry OS Java software application that estimates calorie consumption using the on-board accelerometer and MyTrak Health System Inc. proprietary algorithm, and displays this in the form “ring” that progressively glows green to indicate goal achievement. Supported by NSERC Engage grant.

XSam (eXperience Sampling), 2011. A BlackBerry OS Java software application that automatically prompts users at regular intervals to complete a survey using the touch screen, including voice recording and pull-down/scale responses concerning their current experience and mental/physical health. Supported by a grant from the University of Waterloo Research Incentive Fund.

EEL (Emergent Events Logger), 2011. A BlackBerry OS Java software application that provides an on-going track of a users activity based on patent-pending algorithm utilizing GPS and accelerometer data.

GATE (GPS and Accelerometer TrackEr), 2010 – A Blackberry OS Java software applications that simultaneously tracks GPS and accelerometer data, displays in graphically on screen, compresses it, and transits it to a central server.

Blood Glucose and Daily Activity Visualizer, 2007. An on-line Java software that overlays a person’s physiological information (blood glucose, heart rate, acceleration), daily activity (walking, working, etc.) and food diary information across the period of a day. Programming led by Luke Cwik.

GPS-assisted Daily Activity Diary, 2006. An on-line Java software system that displays GPS_detected human activity and travel patterns in diary and map format. Programming led by Luke Cwik.

GPS Diary, 2004. A web-based integrated GPS-GIS activity-travel scheduling data collection system, powered by the PHP (Hypertext Pre-processor) server-side scripting language and the MySQL database system running on the Apache web server.

CHASE, 1997-2003. Computerized Household Activity Scheduling Elicitor. Scheduling survey software written in Visual Basic for desktop/laptop computer applications. Has been applied in research projects in Hamilton, Quebec City, Waterloo, Germany, Switzerland, and Toronto.

EX-ACT, 2002. EXamining ACTivity scheduling processes. Scheduling survey software written in Visual Basic for Windows CE hand-held computer applications. Co-authored with Guido Rindsfüser. Has been applied in Dortmund (Germany).

COS, 2003. One-touch Change of State GPS tracking software. Written in Java for Symbian OS for application on cellular telephones. Users specify activity/travel/other states that are then linked to streaming GPS data.

Recent Invited Presentations

Doherty, S. T., Lemieux, C. and Eagles, P. 2013. Parks for a Healthy Life. Invited presentation at Ontario Parks Association 57th Annual Educational Forum: Parks for Life, Making the Connections, February 6, BraeBen Golf Course, Mississauga, Ontario.

Doherty, S. T. 2013. Experience Sampling Whilst on the Move. Invited guest presentation, Wilfrid Laurier University, Graduate course in Qualitative Methods, February 5, 2013.

Doherty, S. T. 2012. Experience Sampling Whilst on the Move. Invited guest presentation, Wilfrid Laurier University, Graduate course in Qualitative Methods, February 1, 2012.

Doherty, S. T. 2012. Taking Continuous Glucose Monitoring to a new dimension with geographic information. Invited presentation at the 12th Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting, Bethesda Maryland, November 8-10.

Doherty, S. T. 2012. Turning smartphones into medical devices: Activity monitoring, experience sampling, and interactive messaging. Invited presentation, Leadership and Policy Seminar Series, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, University of Sydney, May 7, 2012.

Doherty, S. T. 2011. The past, present, and future of mobile health technologies. Presenter and Panelist, Mobile Health Symposium: Imagine the Possibilities of M-Health Technologies, University of Toronto (Chestnut Conference Centre), Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Oct 17, 2011.

Doherty, S. T. 2011. Experience Sampling Whilst on the Move. Invited guest presentation, Wilfrid Laurier University, Graduate course in Qualitative Methods, February 1, 2011.

Doherty, S. T. 2010. Personal Geographies and Health: Emerging multi-sensor monitoring technologies and applications. Invited presentation at Breaking the Mould: Unconventional Solutions to Planning Problems, University of Waterloo, School of Planning Speaker Series, March 31st, 2010.

Doherty, S. T. 2010. BlackBerry-based Experience Sampling Method. Invited guest presentation, Wilfrid Laurier University, Graduate course in Qualitative Methods, January 20, 2010.

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Healthcare application of Human Activity Tracking Technologies. Invited presentation to the Chongqing Municipal Science and Technology Commission Visiting Delegation, Paul Martin Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Dec 2, 2009.

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Tracking Humans: Emerging Technologies & Applications. Invited guest presentation, University of Waterloo, English Graduate Course Spatial Theory and Practise, February 4th, 2009.

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Tracking and Visualizing Kids’ Movements with GPS & Google Earth. Invited Presentation at Doing Research With Kids: Designs, Dilemmas & Directions 3D Workshop, Bloorview Kids Rehab, Toronto, Thursday, October 22-23, 2009.

Recent Conference Papers

Williams, C. A. and Doherty, S. 2013. Planning-Context Aware Mobile Recommendations. In the proceedings of the 9th Annual International Joint Conferences on Computer, Information, Systems Sciences, & Engineering, Dec 12-14, 2013.

Joho, P., Greaves, ST., and Doherty, S. T. 2013. Estimating Changes in Energy Expenditure Following Construction of New Cycling Infrastructure. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Cycle Congress 2013, Gold Coast, Australia, March 10-13.

Quinlan, S., Carmichael, B. and Doherty, S. T. 2012. It is the journey that matters: The Inca trail experience. Paper presented at Tourism, Roads, and Cultural Itineraries; Meaning, Memory and Development, Quebec City, June 13-15.

Lemieux, C., Eagles, P., Doherty, S., Slocombe, S., and Elliott, S. 2012. Healthy by Nature: The Health and Well-being Benefits of Park Experiences. Paper presented at the Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, April 1-3, 2012, Otesaga Resort & Conference Center, Cooperstown, NY.

Quinlan, S., Carmichael, B. and Doherty, S. T. 2011. Using an Immediate Approach in Researching the Tourist Experience. Paper presented at eTourism conference: Present and Future Interaction, January 26-28, 2011, Innsbruck, Austria.

Quinlan, S., Doherty, S. T. and Carmichael, B. 2010. Immediacy, photography, and memory: the tourist experience of Machu Pichu. Paper presented at UNESCO World Heritage and Tourism: Managing for the Global and the Local, June 2-4, 2010, Quebec City, Canada.

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Redefining Daily Activity Types for Inclusion in a Mixed Logit Model of Non-Routine Activity Choice. In the proceedings of the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 10-14, 2010, Washington D.C.

Auld, J., Mohammadian, A., Doherty, S. T. 2010. Calibration and Validation of Activity Generation Rates For Use in Adapts Scheduling Process Model. In the proceedings of the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 10-14, 2010, Washington D.C.

Kowald, M. Frei, A., Hackney, JK, Illenberger, J., Doherty, S., and Axhausen, K. W. 2009. Focusing on Leisure Travel: The Link between Spatial Mobility, Leisure Acquaintances and Social Interactions. Paper presented at the conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis, Zurich, August 27-28, 2009

Doherty, S. T. 2009. Multisensor Monitoring of Human Activity and Physiology in the Built Environment. Paper presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 11-15, 2009, Washington D.C.

Kowald, M., Frei, A., Axhausen, K. W., Hackney, J., Doherty, S. T. and Illenberger, J. 2009. Collecting data on combined egocentric networks by taking a snowball sample. Paper presented at 29th Sunbelt Conference, San Diego, California, March 2009.

Clark, A. F. and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Activity Rescheduling Strategies and Decision Processes in Day-to-Day Life. Paper presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 11-15, 2009, Washington D.C.

Akar, G., Clifton, K. J., and Doherty, S. T. 2009. How Do Travel Attributes Affect Planning Time Horizon of Activities? Paper presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 11-15, 2009, Washington D.C.

Kang, H., Scott, D. and Doherty, S. T. 2009. Investigation of Planning Priority of Joint Activities in Household Activity Scheduling Process. Paper presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 11-15, 2009, Washington D.C.

Recent Conference Presentations

Dam, I., and Doherty, S. T. 2014. Tracking the food choice process using a hidden video camera.  Poster presented at American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, April 8-12, 2014, Tampa, Florida.

Lemieux, C., Eagles, P., Doherty, S., Slocombe, S., and Elliott, S. 2013. The Health and Well-being Benefits of Parks and Other Forms of Protected Areas. Poster presented at the Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, April 7-9, 2013, Otesaga Resort & Conference Center, Cooperstown, NY.

Sun, W., Doran, D., Doherty, S. T., and Goubran, R. 2011. Using Mobile Health Technologies to Support Healthy Aging at Home. Presentation at 40th Annual Scientific and Education Meeting, Canadian Association on Gerontology & 4th Pan American Congress, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, October 21 - 23, Ottawa, Ontario.

Doherty, S. T., Doran, D. and Goubran, R. 2011. An Automated Multi-Sensor Monitoring System of Elderly Homecare Client's Activity Patterns. Poster presented at IADIS International Conference e-Health, July 20-26, Rome.

Lucas, S., and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Remotely Identifying and Encouraging Opportunities for Everyday Physical Activity Using Automated Human Activity Tracking Systems. Poster presented at RIM Research Day, December 13, Waterloo, Ontario.

Sadowski, E. and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Exploring the link between Human Activity and Blood Glucose Fluctuation Using a Multi-Sensor Wearable Monitoring System. Poster presentation at the mHealth Summit, November 8-10, 2010, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.

Doherty, S. T., Cwik, L., Goubran, R., Doran, D., Tosine, A. Nguyen, H., Joshi, V., Parush, A. 2010. An Automated Remote Monitoring System of Homecare Client's Nightly and Daily Activity Patterns: System Design and Outputs. Poster presented at 2010 e-Health Conference: From Investment to Impact, May 30 to June 2, Vancouver, Canada.

Sadowski, E. and Doherty, S. T. 2010. Physiological Time Series Analysis: blood glucose and human activity monitoring toward improved patient selfmanagement. Presentation at Advances in Health Informatics Conference (AHIC) 2010: The Realities of eHealth. April 28-30, University of Waterloo, Health Sciences Campus, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

McKeever, P., Doherty, S. T., and Aslam, H. 2009. Eliciting Physically Disabled Children’s Assessments of their Neighbourhoods: Data Collection and Mapping Techniques. Presented at 2nd International Conference on Geographies of Children, Youth and Families, July 16-18, 2009, Barcelona, Spain.

Academic Awards and Distinctions

Certificate of Appreciation, from the Transportation Research Board, National Academies, Washington, D.C., January 2011. In recognition for leadership as committee chair and 10+ years service.

Fred Burggraf Award, from the Transportation Research Board, National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2006. Recognizes excellence in transportation research by researchers 35 years of age or younger.

MacLeans Magazine Popular Prof, 2005. MacLean’s Guide to Canadian Universities 2005, based on student survey.

Lady Davis Visiting Professor Fellowship, Lady Davis Foundation. Held at the School of Public Policy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, May-Aug, 2005.

Merit Award, awarded for exceptional performance of a Member's responsibilities including: teaching, research or other scholarly activities, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2012.

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1998-2000 ($28,000/year).

Eric Pas Dissertation Prize (Honourable Mention), awarded by the International Association for Travel Behavior Research, 1999.

Best Non-Sponsored Research Paper, awarded at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Southern District ITE, 1999.

Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1996-98 ($15,000/year).

University of Toronto Open Fellowship, 1996-98 ($3,600/year)

Delcan Scholarship, administered by the Transportation Association of Canada, 1997-98 ($4,000).

Federal, Provincial and Territorial Government Scholarship, 1996-97 ($3,250).

Lea Associates Group Scholarship, 1995-96 ($4,000).

Ontario Graduate Scholarship, 1994-96 ($12,000/year), 1997 (declined).

Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Studies Award, University of Waterloo, 1994.

Dr. Lorne H. Russwurm Award for Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Department of Geography, University of Waterloo, 1993-94.

University of Waterloo Graduate Scholarship, 1993 ($2,250)

Institute for Risk Research Graduate Student Award, University of Waterloo, 1993 ($2,500).

Entrance Scholarship, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1987 ($1,800).

Ontario Scholar, 1987.

CURRENT RESEARCH Awards/Grants

Co-investigator, Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, Labour Market Partnerships “Local Food Ontario Website and Smartphone App”. Principal Investigator Dr. Jason Gilliland. Jan 2014 to March 2015, $197,000.

Co-investigator, Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Government of Alberta grant “Human health and well-being benefits of Alberta’s protected areas”. Principal Applicant: Christopher Lemieux. Co-investigators: Dr. Paul Eagles and Dr. Scott Slocombe. 2012-2014, $28,000.

RECENTLY Completed Research Awards/Grants

Co-investigator, Communitech Corporation Data.BASE Program, “Data improvement and activity detection for AIS-based maritime surveillance”. Principal Investigator Dr. Colin Robertson. Co-investigator: Dr. Steven Roberts. Industry partners Exact Earth Corp and Global Spatial Technology Solutions Inc. Nov 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014, ~$60,000.

Co-investigator, University of Western Ontario, Internal Grant, “SmartAPPetite Project: An Interactive Website and Smartphone App that Increases Awareness and Consumption of Healthy Local Food”. Principal Investigator: Dr. Jason Gilliland. Co-investigators: Dr. Andrew Clark and Dr. Colleen Gobert. Jan to Dec 2013, $17,000.

Co-investigator, Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Government of Alberta grant “Human health and well-being benefits of Alberta’s protected areas”. Principal Applicant: Christopher Lemieux. Co-investigators: Dr. Paul Eagles and Dr. Scott Slocombe. 2012-2014, $28,000.

Principal Investigator, Industrial Research Grant from MyTrak Health Systems Inc., to support on-going Research and Development related to Smartphone-based Human Activity and Energy Expenditure Detection, June 2012 – May 2013 ($50,000).

Supervisor, Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program, Mitacs Elevate Industrial Fellowship Application, “Evaluating MYTRAK's New Smartphone Algorithm for the Measurement of Caloric Expenditure”, for Dominik Papinski, March 31, 2012 to May 31, 2013, $40,000.

Principal Investigator, Ontario Centres of Excellence, Market Readiness Program, “A combined GPS-Accelerometer Algorithm for Estimating Energy Expenditure on Smartphones for MyTrak”, Jan-April 2012 ($25,000, $90,000 in-kind).

Principal Investigator, University of Waterloo Research Incentive Fund, ”Healthy Outside, Healthy Inside: The Impact of Park Use on Population Health and Well-being in Canada”, Oct 2011 - March 2012, $8,000. Co-Principal Investigators include Paul Eagles, Susan Elliott, Scott Slocombe, and Chris Lemieux.

Principal Investigator, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Engage Grant, "Development and Evaluation of MyTrak Accelerometer Algorithm and M2 Device for Deployment on a Smartphone". April-Sept 2011. ($25,000). Industry partner MyTrak, Reed Hanoun CEO.

Principal Investigator, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Idea to Innovation grant (NSERC I2I), "Applications of an Automated Activity Monitoring System", 2010-2011, $121,000.

Co-Investigator, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Collaborative Health Research Projects, “Integrating Bio-Physiological Information with a Point-of-Care Communication System to Promote Safer Patient Care for Seniors”. Principal Investigator: Diane Doran, Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto. 2008-2012 (extended), Total Grant over 4 years $455,310. WLU held funds ($107,550 total): 2008-09 $20,250; 2009-10 $16,500, 2010-11 $18,500; 2011-12 $52,500.

Co-Investigator, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) “School, Home and Neighbourhood Accessibility: Physically Disabled Children's Assessments (The ScHaN Project)”. Principal Investigator: Dr. Patricia McKeever, Bloorview Research Institute, Bloorview Kids Rehab, Toronto. 2008-2012. Total grant $360,768. WLU held funds $20,000.

Principal Investigator, GEOIDE (Geomatics for Informed Decisions) Network of Centres of Excellence Programme of the Canadian federal research councils, Market Development Fund. 2009-2010 ($20,000).

Principal Investigator, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Engage Grant, "Development of Combined GPS-Accelerometer-based Monitoring and Alerting System for the Second Generation iGO Bracelet". April-Dec 2010. ($25,000). Industry partner iGo International, Judee Sibett CEO.

Principal Investigator, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Standard Research Grant Application of Global Positioning System (GPS) technologies for tracking and understanding human activity-travel patterns and decision-making”, 2006-09, $107,122. (extended into 2010)

Principal Investigator, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and The Health Technology Exchange (HTX), Operating Grant (Development and Commercialization of Medical and Assistive Technologies by Ontario Researchers: Reducing Waiting Times or Enhancing Service Throughputs) “Development of an Automated Monitoring and Alerting System of Diabetic Patients’ Daily Life and Blood Glucose Fluctuation”, April 1, 2006 to May 31, 2007, $212,756 ($110,000 direct funds; $102,756 in equipment, staff, and laboratory and in-kind contributions from RIM, Life:Wire and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute; Telus, Medtronic, and Expedata in-kind contributions of ~$60,000).

REFEREE/REVIEWER

Grant Applications

Health Research Board, Ireland, Health Research Awards, External peer reviewer, 2013 (1 application)

NSERC, College and Community Innovation Program, External reviewer 2012. (1 application)

Public Health Ontario, Locally Driven Collaborative Projects, External reviewer, 2011. (1 application)

SSHRC, grant application reviewer: 2011 (1 application), 2009 (1 application), 2006 (1 application), 2003 (1 application)

Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium, grant application reviewer, 2008

Infrastructure Canada, Peer Reviewed Research Studies Program, grant application reviewer, 2005

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, grant application reviewer, 2003

Scholarship Applications

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Selection Committee, Canada Graduate Scholarships Master's, Institutional level (WLU), 2014 (9 applications)

Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) Selection Committee, PhD and Masters (Social Sciences), Institutional level (WLU), 2013 (82 applications)

Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) Selection Committee, PhD and Masters (Social Sciences), External Applications to WLU, 2013 (108 applications)

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Selection Committee, Masters Awards, Institutional level (WLU), 2013 (8 applications)

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Peer Review Committee Member, Doctoral Research Awards and Canada Graduate Scholarships Master's Awards committee, Health Services, Social, Cultural, Environmental and Population Health Research, 2011. (21 PHD applications, 10 Masters applications)

International Assoc. for Travel Behaviour Research, Eric Pas Dissertation Award Reviewer, 2005 (4 PhD thesis)

Books

John Wiley and Sons, Transportation Geography, 2011

Nelson Canada, Environmental Studies, 2010

John Wiley and Sons, Human Geography, 2010

Pearson Canada, Human Geography, 2004

Prentice Hall, Human Geography, 2003

Journal Articles

Sensors, 2013 (1 paper)

Obesity, 2013 (1 paper)

Diabetes Spectrum, 2012 (1 paper)

Social Science and Medicine, 2012 (1 paper)

Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 2012 (1 paper)

Planning Practise and Research, 2012 (1 paper)

Transportation (2002-2013, 22 papers)

Journal of the Transportation Research Board (TRB Annual Meeting), 2001-2014 (101 papers)

Transportation Research

Part A Policy and Practise, 2013 (1 paper)

Part B Methodological, 2006 (1 paper)

Part C Emerging Technologies, 2003 (1 paper)

Part E Logistics and Transportation Review, 2001 (1 paper)

Environment and Planning (3 papers)

Transportation Letters, 2009 (1 paper)

European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 2009 (1 paper)

Canadian Geographer, 2002 (1 paper)

Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE 1999 (1 paper)

Conference Articles

13th World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro, 2013 (3 papers)

International Conference of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research 2012 (21 abstracts)

International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 2006 (1 paper)

International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory, 2004 (1 paper)

Conference on Progress in Activity-Based Analysis, 2004 (1 paper)

Research on Women’s Issues in Transportation Conference, 2004 (1 paper)

International Conference on Transport Survey Quality and Innovation, 2001 (1 paper)

International Association for Travel Behaviour Research Conference, 2000 (1 paper)

Administrative and Community Service

Boards

Member (appointed), Scientific Committee, World Conference on Transport Research Society, 2009-2010.

Board Member (appointed), US National Academy Transportation Research Board (TRB), Committee on Traveler Behavior and Values, 2002-2007, 2008-2011.

Jury Chair, 2006 Eric Pas Dissertation Prize Competition, Intl. Association of Travel Behaviour Research.

Chair, Subcommittee on Behavioural Processes, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council (U.S.), 2000 - 2009.

Board Member, (elected April 2004), International Association of Travel Behaviour Research, 2004-07.

Board Member, Transportation Research Board Committee on Travel Survey Methods, 2001-2007.

Editorial Review Board, Int. Colloquium on The Behavioural Foundations of Integrated Land-Use and Transportation Models, June 16-19, 2002, Quebec City, Canada.

Conference Activities

Organizing Committee, 13th International Conference of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR), July 15-20, 2012, Toronto, Canada.

Scientific Technology Café Host, Mobile Health Symposium: Imagine the Possibilities of M-Health Technologies, University of Toronto (Chestnut Conference Centre), Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Oct 17, 2011.

Session Chair, Conference on European Integration: Past, Present and Future. Wilfrid Laurier University, April 30 to May 1, 2010.

Session Track Organizer, “Track D4 – Data Collection Methods". 12th World Conference on Transport Research, Lisbon, Portugal, July 11-15, 2010.

Presiding Officer, Travel Behavior Research, poster session of the 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 14th, 2008, Washington D.C.

Presiding Officer, Behavioral Decision Processes and Learning Mechanisms. Paper session of the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 22nd, 2007.

Guest Editor, Special issue on activity-travel decision processes, Transportation Volume 33, Number 5, September 2006.

Session Chair, Probing Travel Behavioral Decision Processes: Experiments and Findings, presentation session of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 23, 2006.

Session Chair, Utility of activity participation, paper presentation session at the 10th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Lucerne, August 10-14, 2003.

Session Chair, Innovations in Travel Behaviour, poster session of the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 12-16, 2003.

Session Chair, Results from Recent GPS-Enhanced Household Travel Surveys, presentation session of the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 12-16, 2003.

Paper Review Management, 82nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 12-16, 2003. Managed review of 23 papers, including reviewer assignment and final decisions.

Chair, Unveiling New Aspects of Travel Behavior, Poster session at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 13-17, 2002.

Session Chair, Behavioral Processes and Data Collection, paper session at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board Washington, DC, January 7-11, 2001.

Session Co-organizer, Travel Decision Processes and Interactive Survey Methods, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 9- 13th, 2000.

Academic

Research 2 Revenue Competition, Office of Research Services, Wilfrid Laurier University. Mentored students developing a business model for a new technology.

Departmental Appointments and Promotion Committee, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2012-13. 2013-14.

Co-op Officer, Department of Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2003-04; 2005-06; 2006-07; 2008-09; 2009-2010; 2012-13; 2013-14.

Committee Member, President’s Innovation Seed Fund, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2011-2013. This committee has complete authority for the approval of projects and funding, and is responsible for managing the process from the call for proposals to the evaluation of implemented projects.

Mentoring Panel: Best Practices for Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University, March 5th, 2013. Invited on panel to discuss experience mentoring graduate students.

Adjudication committee for the WLU Award for Teaching Excellence, 2011

Balsillie Chair in Migration Studies Appointments Committee, Centre for International Governance Innovation, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2011.

Planning Committee, 50th Anniversary Celebration, Dept of Geography, Wilfrid Laurier U., 2011.

Graduate Studies Admissions Committee, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2010-2011.

Co-ordinator, 3rd Year Field Camp, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2002, 2003

Member, 3rd Year Field Camp Search Committee, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2002

Coordinator, ARC INFO GIS Short Course, Spatial Analysis Lab II , WLU, June 11-13, 2002.

Judge, “Du@l” Debates Program in Residence, 2002, 2003

Research Associate, Viessmann Research Centre on Modern Europe at Laurier, WLU.

Representative (Arts), Graduate Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards Policy Committee, WLU.

Graduate Student Representative, Graduate Council Committee, McMaster University, 1995.

Co-president, Association of Graduate Geographers, University of Waterloo, 1993-94.

Community

Chef, Celebrating Recovery, Creekside Church, Waterloo, Jan 2014 - . Involves preparing a meal for 100+ guests every 3rd Friday of the month. Web Link

Volunteer Dealer, Charity Poker Event and Auction, Cystic Fibrosis Canada, May 16, 2013, April 24, 2014.

Volunteer Chef, Real Men Can Cook, 2013, 2014, St. George Hall, Waterloo, Ontario.

Volunteer, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Row for Heart Regatta, Laurel Creek Conservation Area, Aug 13, 2011.

Fund Raising Team, Cystic Fibrosis Canada, Great Stride: Taking Steps to Cure Cystic Fibrosis walk, 2011. Member of top team in Canada raising over $43,000.

Volunteer, Geo-mosaic, The Children's Museum and the Contemporary Arts Forum of Kitchener Area (CAFK+A), Sept 26, 2009. Helped organize and run the event.

Volunteer, GPS Art, Spotlight on the Arts Festival, Downtown Kitchener, June 5-7, 2009. Helped organize and run the event, and donated the necessary equipment and software. Web Link

Participant, Kitchener Public Library Think Tank, October 4th, 2007.

Discussant, Farwell Live, Rogers Television, March 13, 2007. Panel discussion on the proposed Light Rail Transit system for Waterloo Region. Show is broadcast on Channel 20 Rogers Cable.

Practise Coach, Waterloo Minor Hockey Association, Midget Select (MD) Wolves, 2006-2007.

Delegate, Kitchener City Council, March 20, 2006, speaking in favour of locating a Public Library in the Centre Block location downtown.

Head Coach, Waterloo Minor Hockey Association, Eyelight Canadians, Minor Peewee Recreational League, 2005-2006.

Coach & Trainer, Waterloo Minor Hockey Association, Timber Wolves, Major Bantam Select (MD), 2003-2004.

Invited Discussant, Region of Waterloo, “The Urban Transportation Showcase Program”, March 6, 2003

Pick-up Hockey Co-ordinator, Columbia Ice-fields, Waterloo-Laurier Joint Graduate Program in Geography, graduate students and faculty.

Public Speaker, “Human activity and travel patterns in urban areas: Historical trends and modern measurement devices”, Kitchener Public Library lecture series, Monday September 9th, 2002.

Assistant Coach, St. Nicholas Boys Basketball team, Waterloo, Ontario 2002-2003.

Assistant Coach, St. Nicholas School Hockey team, Waterloo, Ontario 2001-2002.

Assistant Coach, Waterloo Minor Hockey Association, Minor Atom House-league, 2000-2001.

Member, Town of Dundas Bikeway Committee, Dundas, Ontario, 1996-97.

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Thesis Preparation (GG360), 2014

Introduction to Human Geography (GG102), 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013

Geographic Information and Analysis (GG254), 2009.

Travel Behaviour (GG262), 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013

Computer Applications in Geography (GG254), 2001, 2002.

Geographic Research Methods (GG258), 2010

Transportation Geography (GG262), 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006.

Marketing Geography (GG366), 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008.

Advanced Analysis of Urban Geography (GG461), 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005.

Field Studies (GG451), 2006, 2008

Third Year Field Studies (GG399) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

Transportation Geography, Graduate level (GG624), 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012.

Principles of Economic Geography (GG260), 2000, 2001, 2003

Advanced Environmental Research Methods (EnvS 278), 1997, Faculty of Env. Studies, U. of Waterloo.

Graduate Courses

Mobility & Health Analysis, Graduate level reading course (GG 675Z), 2009, 2012.

Modern Retail Consumer Behaviour (GG675U), 2014

Human Activity and Travel Behaviour, Graduate level (GG624), 2010, 2012.

Transport Policy, Decision Making & Environment (TPTM6450), 2005, Int. of Transport & Logistics Studies, U. of Sydney.

Transportation & Development, Graduate Level (CIV1535S), 2000, Dept. of Civil Eng., U. of Toronto.

STUDENT SUPERVISION

Post-doctoral

Name

Years supervised

Degree*

Thesis Title or Topic

Present position

Culum Canally

2011-12

Post-doc

Qualitative analysis of Nurses experience with an GPS-supported Point-of-care decision support system


Dominik Papinski

2010-13

Post-doc

GPS and accelerometer data tracking and algorithm calibration

UW Head Statistician

Corinne Schuster

2000-03

Post-doc

“Conceptual Frameworks for Understanding Human Activities and Travel” (SSHRC funded)

Industry

Doctoral Thesis

Name

Years supervised

Degree*

Thesis Title or Topic

Present position

Principal Supervisor

Nasim Naghavi

2012-2015

PhD

Tbd

In progress

Michele Vitale

2012-2015

PhD

Weight-Related Behaviors and Acculturation:

Comparing Latin Americans and East/Southeast Asians Immigrants

In progress

Joseph Aversa

2012-2015

PhD

Tbd

In progress

Ivy Dam

2009-2014

PhD

Exploring Daily Food Choice Processes and Social Influences

In progress

Committee

Brian Mills

2011-2014

PhD

Understanding the role of weather and related risk information in trip/mobility decisions and behaviour

In progress

Sarah Quinlan-Cutler

2006-2014

PhD

Using an Experience Sampling Approach to study the tourist experience

In Progress

Andrew Clark

2009-2012

PhD

(McMaster)

Physical Activity and Organized Sport Participation

Post-doc

Ellen Desjardins

2008-2011

PhD

Food and place: how and why people navigate their food environment

Public Health Ontario

Dominik Papinski

2006-2010

PhD (McMaster)

Investigating Route Choice Decisions using GPS and Prompted-Recall Diary Data

Post-doc

Paul Isolo Mukwaya

2010

(Visiting)

PhD

(Makerere University)

Reducing the carbon footprint from transportation in the Kampala City

Visiting student

Jeremy McAndrews

2007-2010

PhD

The Death of Neighbourhood: Challenging Conceptions of Place Based Social Cohesion

Parks Canada

Hejun Kang

2005-2009

PhD (McMaster)

Household Interactions and Activity Scheduling Decision Making

Professor, U of Idaho

Wayne Smith

2003-2005

PhD

Exploring the motivations and constraints on the pleasure travel decision-making process

Professor, College of Charleston

Theresa Henderson

2002-2005

PhD, UW

“What Has Happened to the Family Dinner? A Study of the Eating Practices of Families”


Marek Litwin

2000-2005

PhD,

U of T

“Dynamic Household Activity Scheduling Processes”.

Krakow University of Technology

External Examiner

Simon Fifer

2007-2011

PhD

(U. Sydney)

Hypothetical Bias in Stated Preference Experiments


Josh Auld

2007-2011

PhD

(U. Illinois)

Agent-Based Dynamic Activity Planning and Travel Scheduling –Model Development and Data Collection

Argonne National Lab, Illinois

Chad Williams

2007-2010

PhD

(U. Illinois)

A Data Mining Approach To Rapidly Learning

Traveler Activity Patterns For Mobile Applications

Professor, Bemidji State University

Juan Carrasco

2003-06

PhD

(U of T)

Social Activity-Travel Behaviour:

A Personal Networks Approach

Professor, Universidad de Concepción







Masters Thesis

Name

Years supervised

Degree*

Thesis Title or Topic

Present position

Principal Supervisor

Marc Sirizzotti

2013-2014

MA

TBD


Robyn Hobbs

2013-2014

MA

Unconventional Retail Market


Rafik Said

2013-2014

MA

TBD


Andrew Portwine

2010-2012

MA

"Planning for Bus Rapid Transit in Canada"

Grand River Transit

Steven Lucas

2009-2012

MA

"Remotely Identifying and Encouraging Opportunities for Everyday Physical Activity Using and Automated Human Activity Tracking"


Gerry Schaus

2008-2012

MA

"Assessing the Potential of Using Differential GPS for Detecting Human Physical Activity "

Natural Resource Solutions Inc.

Cynthia Chan

2009-2011

MA

"Understanding Pedestrian Facilities in a City Centre: A Case Study of Walking Policies and Practices in North York "

Urban planning firm

Eric Sadowski

2008-2010

MA

" A Time Series Analysis: Exploring the Link between Human Activity and Blood Glucose Fluctuation "

PhD, Western, Health Studies

Andrew Clark

2006-2007

MA

The Human Activity-Travel Rescheduling

Decision Process

PhD student, McMaster

Dominik Papinski

2003-2005

MES

Detecting Travel Mode Associated with Human Activity Patterns Utilizing Person-Based Global Positioning System Data

PhD student, McMaster

Jodi Murray

2003-2005 (MES)

MES

“The Impacts of Organized Sport on Family Life, Activity Scheduling, and Travel Patterns”

Professor, Mohawk College

Niem Huynh

2002-2004

MES

Using a Computerized Data Collection Method to Explore Sketch Map Drawing Sequence

Professor, Texas State University

Kim Tran

2001-2003

MES

“Managing Household Activities: Gender Differences in Time-Use And Activity Scheduling Behaviour”

Research Network Administrator, Université Laval

Martin Avevor

2001-2003

MES

“Relocation, Scheduling and Rescheduling: The Expectations and Realities for Ghanaian Migrants to Canada”

Transferred to Sociology, WLU

Committee

Michael Clark

2013-2015

MA, U. Western

Supporting Small Food Business Growth and Local Economic Development


Qaseem Ludin

2007-2009

MA

Immigrant activity-travel and settlement

Deputy minister, government

Tiffanie Skipper

2007-2009

MA

Understanding Tourist-Host Interactions and their Influence on Quality Tourism Experiences


Erica Russell

2002-2004

MA

Examining the gender differences in travel behaviour and sleep habits of commuters


John Rillet

2001-2003

MES, UW

Young driver risk and perceptions

Consultant

Claudia Saheb

2000-2002

MES

“Applying GIS to Crime Analysis”

Crime Analyst, Police Dept.

Kyle Burns

2000-2001

MES, UW

“Barriers to vehicle reduction in teleworking households”

Environment Canada

External Examiner

Ian Swartz

2009-2011

MA

Chefs’ Perceptions Of Local Food, Networking And Identity In Southwestern Ontario

Teachers college

Alex vanWijst

2003-2004

MES, UW

Imaging Downtown Kitchener


Geoff Woods

2001

MES, UW



Michael Fabbri

2000

MES


Teacher, Belgium

Holly Innes

2000

MES



Murray Lister

1999

MES, UW

“Estimating driver exposure to risk using a GIS”








Undergraduate Thesis

Name

Years supervised

Degree*

Thesis Title or Topic

Present position

Principal supervisor

Ashley Nethercott

2013-2014

BA

“Impacts of a Food Literacy Text Message Smartphone Application on Food Preparation and Consumption”


Rafik Said

2012-2013

BA

“Exploring the Transit Ridership Experience Using Mobile Survey Technologies”

MA student

Steven Lock

2010-2011

BA

"Use of Wearable Video Technology for Tracking Human Activity"

Applying for law school

Eric Sadowski

2006-2009

BA

“Accessibility and Urban Form: Polycentricism and the Case of Toronto”

PhD student, U. Western Ontario

Erin Brown

2008-2009

BA

"Travel Related Ailments and Destination Image Formation in Peru"

Post-grad Conestoga College

Paul Orchard

2008-2009

BA

"The Impacts of Ailments on Tourism Destination Image"

Post-grad Conestoga College

Michael Kisil

2008-2009

BA

Exploring the Changes in Perception of a Destination Before, During and After a Trip

Post-grad Conestoga College

Spencer Tomasello

2008-2009

BA

No Need for Barriers: An Application of GPS Tracking to Identifying Accessibly Issues for Physically Disabled Children


Jenna Langdale

2008-2009

BA

The Impacts of the Environment and Lifestyle on the Fluctuation of Blood Glucose Levels

Ryerson Masters in Planning

Michael Horner

2008-2009

BA

Destination Marketing: Perceptions Before, During and After a Trip

Sales Coordinator, Travel agency

Lauren Stockden

2006-2007

BA

Tracking the perceptions of fear on campus

Teachers college

Adam Dudeck

2006-2007

BA

“No Service After Dark: An examination of transit accessibility in suburban Kitchener”

Masters in Planning, McGill

Katie Newman

2005-2006

BA

Impacts of Universal Bus Pass on Student Activity-travel patterns


Nicole Padfield

2002-2003

BA

“Analyzing Retail Location using GIS”

Insurance company

Michelle Jorge

2002-2003

BA

“E-Commerce and its Affects on Family Life”

Major Bank

Dara Hakimzadeh

2001-2002

BA

“Examining Human Activity-Travel Decision Sequences”

Masters student, Carleton U.

Melinda Bessey

2000-2001

BA

“Activity Based Travel Behaviour Survey Design”.

Masters student, U. of Guelph

*Wilfrid Laurier University, unless otherwise noted

Research Assistant/Co-op Students*

Name

Years supervised

Degree*

Research Project or Topic

Present position

Desmond Cox

2011

BA, Comp. Sci.

Java programming on Blackberry

In progress

Luke Cwik

2004-2010

Co-op, Masters, Comp Sci.

Lead programmer and Developer

Amazon.com

Shenna Archie

2009-2010

Co-op

GPS/Blood-glucose mapping and Video data review

Undergraduate

Kali Mikulica

2006-2007

BA

GPS Field data collection

Ministry of the Environment

Allan Fu

2006-2007

Co-op

Java Programming


Sean Pajot

2006-2007

Co-op

Java Programming


Jordan Schaus

2006-2007

BA

GPS Field data collection

Undergraduate

Rodrigo Tapia-McClung

2006-2007

MA

GPS Field data collection

Consultant, Mexico

Sarah Resendes

2006-2007

Co-op

Diabetic Field study co-ordinator

MA, U. Guelph

Culum Canally

2006-2007

PhD

GPS Field data collection

Post-doc

Lindsay Woodside

2006-2007

MA

GPS Field data collection

Instructional Assistant, WLU

Merideth McFadden

2006-2007

BA

Field data collection

Teachers college

Katja Johänning

Summer 2003

Germany

Visiting Internship

University of Aachen, Germany


Matthew Roorda

2001-2003

PhD,

U of T

SSHRC RA (“Longitudinal Study of Activities/Travel”)

Professor, UT

Rob Brown

2001-2002

MES

SSHRC MCRI RA (Web design)

Environment Can.

Roger Palmini

2002

MES

GEOIDE/CFI RA (GPS program)

WLU

Abolfazl Mohammadian

2002

PhD

SSHRC MCRI RA (Artificial Intelligence Algorithms)

California State U., Sacramento

Shawn Mueller

2002

MES

GEOIDE/CFI RA (GPS Data collection)

Wilfrid Laurier University

Alastair Dempster

2002

MES

GEOIDE/CFI RA (GPS Data collection)

Wilfrid Laurier University

Ron Buliung

2000-2002

PhD

SSHRC MCRI RA (Conceptual Model of Spatial Decision Making)

Professor, UT

Peter Koutsoulias

2000-2001

B.Eng, UofT

SSHRC RA (Visual Basic programming project)

Consulting firm

Scott Witmer

2000

BA

SSHRC RA (Survey Data)

City Councillor

Murtaza Haider

1999-2001

PhD,

UofT

NRCan RA (“Exploring the Spatial Distribution of Activities”)

Professor, McGill U.

Kelly Foisy

1999-2001

MA, UW

SSHRC RA (“Impacts of Telework”)


Julie Rozon

1998-1999

MA,

U. Laval

NRCan RA (“Application of the CHASE Survey Methodology in Quebec City”)

Urban Planner, Ottawa

*This table excludes students already listed in the preceding tables who also served as research assistants whilst completing their thesis.