Andrew Duvall

Lead, Mobility and Decision Science Research

Dr. Duvall holds a Ph.D. in Health and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Colorado Denver. He is currently the NREL lead for Mobility Decision Science research as part of the DOE SMART Mobility consortium, coordinating lab efforts to support the WholeTraveler project. He also oversees the ARPA-E TRANSNET mobility app development project. Previously, he was a research professor at the University of Colorado Denver as part of a National Science Foundation effort to develop sustainable infrastructure systems. Dr. Duvall’s work influenced city policy, leading to the development of Denver B-cycle, the first large-scale bicycle sharing system in the U.S. His research interests are in the intersection of infrastructure, information, technology, and behavior. Earlier in his career, a Bachelor’s degree in Art from the University of Wyoming led to several years as a web interface developer, and supports an interest in how mobility apps are reshaping the transportation landscape. He also served for two years as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in Kyrgyzstan.



April 5, 2018
Shared Mobility in Smart Cities: insights from Ride-Hailing in Austin, TX
Room 204
16:00  -  16:45