Current Work and Interests
Corin is pursuing a Master of Science in Transportation Systems at the Technical University of Munich. He joined the unit through the Erasmus+ programme in April 2020 to complete his master’s thesis, supervised by Dr James Woodcock and Qin Zhang. Forming part of GLASST, his research investigates how models used in transport science can be adapted to simulate public health impacts, with a focus on active transport and physical activity.
Corin has been conditionally admitted to a PhD in Public Health Modelling through GLASST, to be supervised by Dr James Woodcock and Dr Rolf Moeckel. It will focus on integrating transport models with health impact models.
Background and Experience
Corin completed undergraduate studies at the University of Central Florida, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering, Mathematics, and Music Performance. He then began graduate studies in Munich as a Fulbright scholar. Corin has worked in research and consulting positions related to traffic safety, clean air strategies, and travel demand modelling.