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- Dr Ashim Debnath
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- Public Health and Health Services, Transportation and Freight Services
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PhD in Transportation Engineering (National University of Singapore)
- Professional memberships
- Member, Standing Committee on Work Zone Traffic Control (AHB55), Transportation Research Board, USA.
- Young Member, Standing Committee on Motorcycles and Mopeds (ANF30), Transportation Research Board, USA.
Editorial and Referee roles:
- Associate Editor, The Journal of Navigation, Cambridge Journals
- Referee, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Elsevier
- Referee, Safety Science, Elsevier
- Referee, Transportation Research Record, Elsevier
- Referee, Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE
- Referee, Transportation Research Part A, Elsevier
- Referee, Transportation Research Part D, Elsevier
- Referee, Transportation Research Part F, Elsevier
- Referee, Journal of Transportation Safety & Security, Taylor and Francis
- Referee, Traffic Injury Prevention, Taylor and Francis
- Referee, Transportmetrica, Taylor and Francis
- Referee, Cities, Elsevier
Work Zone Safety, Statistical and Econometric Methods, Surrogate Measures of Safety, Speeding and Speed Control, Roadwork Safety, Traffic Conflict Technique, Work Zone Traffic Management, Navigational Safety, Bicycle and motorcycle safety, Smart and Sustainable Transport
Dr Ashim Debnath was awarded PhD (Transportation Engineering) by the National University of Singapore in 2010. Prior to joining QUT in 2012, he was a Lecturer in Civil Engineering at the Swinburne University of Technology and formerly a Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore. Dr Debnath is an expert in traffic safety modelling using statistical methods. His primary research interests include Work zone safety (roadworks traffic management, roadworks safety), Vulnerable road user safety (bicyclists, motorcyclists), Surrogate measures of safety (Traffic Conflict Technique, speed modelling), and Advanced statistical models. Dr Ashim Debnath is a recognised expert in Australian roadwork safety and traffic management, as evidenced by his prestigious membership in the “Committee on Work Zone Traffic Control” (AHB55) of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in the United States. He also serves another TRB committee as a young member – “Committee on Motorcycles and Mopeds” (ANF30). Dr Debnath is a registered Road Safety Auditor in Queensland, accredited by the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland. He has led many research projects funded by Australian transport authorities, including Austroads, Transport and Main Roads (TMR) in Queensland, Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) in New South Wales, and Brisbane City Council (BCC) in Queensland. He has published many articles in high-impact peer-reviewed journals, including the Accident Analysis & Prevention, Safety Science, Transportation Research Record, Transport Policy, Cities, and Journal of Navigation. A selection of published articles by Dr Debnath can be found under Publications. For a full list of publications, email: email@example.com. Dr Debnath is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Navigation. In addition, he is an active reviewer of many international journals including the Accident Analysis & Prevention, Safety Science, Journal of Transportation Engineering, Transportation Research Record, Transportation Research Part F, and Journal of Transportation Safety and Security. For a full CV, please contact Dr Debnath: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Debnath AK, Haworth NL, Schramm AJ, Williamson AR, (2016) Observational study of compliance with Queensland bicycle helmet laws, Accident Analysis and Prevention p146-152
- Debnath AK, Blackman RA, Haworth NL, (2014) A Tobit model for analyzing speed limit compliance in work zones, Safety Science p367-377
- Debnath AK, Chin H, Haque M, Yuen B, (2014) A methodological framework for benchmarking smart transport cities, Cities: the international journal of urban policy and planning p47-56
- Haworth NL, Debnath AK, (2013) How similar are two-unit bicycle and motorcycle crashes?, Accident Analysis and Prevention p15-25
- Haque M, Chin H, Debnath A, (2012) An investigation on multi-vehicle motorcycle crashes using log-linear models, Safety Science p352-362
- Debnath AK, Haworth NL, (2016) Learning from insurance data: Injuries to other road users in motorcyclist at-fault crashes, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board p1-7
- Debnath AK, Blackman RA, Haworth NL, (2015) A comparison of self-nominated and actual speeds in work zones, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour p213-222
- Debnath A, Haque M, Chin H, Yuen B, (2011) Sustainable urban transport : Smart technology initiatives in Singapore, Transportation Research Record p38-45
- Debnath AK, Chin H, (2010) Navigational traffic conflict technique: A proactive approach to quantitative measurement of collision risks in port waters, Journal of Navigation p137-152
- Chin H, Debnath AK, (2009) Modeling perceived collision risk in port water navigation, Safety Science p1410-1416
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