Daniel Schleith

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Population Studies and Spatial Structures in the Social Sciences (S4)

Background

Daniel's research is classified as urban or transportation geography. It is focused on quantifying urban sprawl in order to identify strategies for making cities more accessible by modes of travel other than private automobiles. To date, his research has used the Excess Commuting framework to measure the amount of travel-to-work that is built into the urban form of various places. 

Interests

Accessibility, Big data, Commuting, Geographical Information Science and systems, Spatial statistics, Urban and transportation geographies