Afshin Jafari

Afshin Jafari is a PhD candidate in the Healthy Liveable Cities group, Centre for Urban Research at RMIT.

Afshin’s research interest includes using computational approaches such as Agent-Based Simulation, Data Analysis, Game Theory and Network Analysis to study complex systems, with focus on cities and transportation systems.

Following his research interests, Afshin is working on developing a city-scale simulation model of cycling for transportation in Melbourne and using it to investigate how built environment changes will affect people’s active transportation behaviour.

Afshin has a background in engineering, social science and data science.

Supervisors:

Distinguished Professor Billie Giles-Corti,

Dr Dhirendra Singh

Dr Jonathan Arundel

Dr Claire Boulange