Vincent Marchau

Professor for Uncertainty and Adaptivity of Societal Systems, Radboud University/STT and TRAIL Research School
Biography

Professor of Uncertainty and Adaptivity of Societal Systems. His chair is supported by the Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends (STT). Marchau is also Managing Director of the Dutch Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics (TRAIL), with over 130 PhD students and 60 staff members across six Dutch universities. His research focuses on (approaches for) decision-making under deep uncertainty (DMDU) in, among others, mobility and spatial planning.
He has been involved as a principal researcher/advisor within various (inter)national projects, working together with academic- and societal partners (see e.g. ‘On the Move’ (https://onthemoveproject.nl/) and ‘Triple Access Planning for Uncertainty’ (https://www.tapforuncertainty.eu/) . Marchau holds different positions, including member of the editorial board of different journals (EJTIR, IET-ITS), guest-editor of different scientific journals, and fellow of the KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM).


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