I am a PhD pre-candidate at the University of Michigan’s Industrial and Operations Engineering department.
My research application areas are in public transportation and urban systems. My hope is to use data and mathematical
modeling to improve those systems with three primary motivators:
I am also a part of the Science, Technology, and Public Policy Certificate Program
in the Ford Policy School here at the University of Michigan, and I hope to use my research to
inform policy decisions, particularly in the areas of public transportation and national security.
- To improve access of people to their desired destinations
- To increase safety from a national security standpoint
- To reduce our global climate impact by reducing emissions.
Projects and Publications
Persistent patterns of discriminatory housing policy and inequity:
a spatial analysis
A White, S Guikema, T Logan
We’re seeking a more comprehensive understanding of the health,
income, and educational effects of historical discriminatory policy on a broad scale.