Dr. Maoh is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Windsor. He has extensive expertise in land use and travel demand modeling, including the development and refinement of IUMs to simulate land use and transportation processes. He also has considerable experience in expanding IUMs to enable them to produce sustainable indicators (including air pollution concentrations). He is the priniciple investigator of the SMARTPLANS project and will guide the development, transferability and application of the land use and transportation models in SMARTPLANS.
Dr. Tor Oiamo
Dr. Oiamo is an Assistant Professor of Health Geography in the Department of Geography at Ryerson University. He has considerable experience in studying environmental and Sustainability issues including the analysis of health effects of cumulative exposures to traffic noise and air pollution. He also has experience in air pollution and traffic noise modeling, urban environmental health, and health care access and utilization. Dr. Oiamo is the Co-Principle Investigator of the SMARTPLANS project and will lead the development and implementation of air pollution health indicators in SMARTPLANS.
Dr. Markey Johnson
Dr. Johnson is a senior research scientist in Air Health Science Division of Health Canada. She has extensive experience in LUR modeling, including the development and evaluation of LUR models, the development of temporally scaled and hybrid models, as well as expertise in the application and evaluation of various exposure tools including LUR, satellite remote sensing, and regulatory monitoring in health studies. Dr. Johnson is a Co-Principle Investigator of the SMARTPLANS project and will guide the air pollution analysis and spatial modeling for the proposed extension of SMARTPLANS.