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Centre for Transportation and Land Use Research (CeTLUR)
CeTLUR is transportation and land use research facility at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Okanagan campus. This centre is led by Dr. Mahmudur Fatmi, a transportation professor at UBCO. He received his PhD from Dalhousie University in November 2017. Dr. Fatmi worked as a post-doctoral associate for few months immediately after his PhD. He has started as an assistant professor at UBCO since July 2018. Research in CeTLUR evolves within travel behavior analysis, transportation and land use interaction, shared mobility, urban system simulation, activity-based modelling, survey method and design, and road safety, among others. Dr. Fatmi also contributes in developing econometric modelling methods, agent-based microsimulation models to assist in making effective transportation and land use policies and infrastructure investment decisions. Dr. Fatmi’s contributions have been recognized through several national, provincial, and university scholarships, including Transport Canada Scholarship, and Nova Scotia Research and Innovation Scholarship, among others.