Dr Paulus Aditjandra
Research Associate in Transportation and Logistics
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 2320
- Personal Website: http://newcastle.academia.edu/PaulusAditjandra
- Address: NUBS 5.14,
Newcastle University Business School
5 Barrack Road,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Paulus Teguh Aditjandra has been researching transport and logistics studies for over 10 years. His research interest is broad but centred on urban form impact on travel behaviour and the extent to which transport/land-use planning can shape future sustainable travel behaviour. Dr Aditjandra has experience of quantitative micro and macro transport econometric modelling approach as well as qualitative transport and logistics research.
He has served as regular reviewer for journals such as Transportation Research Part A: Policy & Practice, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Transport Policy, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, Journal of Transport and Land Use, Journal of Transport Geography, European Transport Research Review, Sustainability and many more. He is currently on the editorial board of Case Studies on Transport Policy.
PhD Civil Engineering (2008) - Transport Operations Research Group (TORG) School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences - Newcastle University, UK
MSc Environmental Project Management (2003) - Northumbria University, UK
BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering (2001) - Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia and Hanzehogeschool, Hogeschool van Groningen, The Netherlands
Full Member of The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT)
Full Member of The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT)
Research Associate at NewRail, The Newcastle Centre for Railway Research, School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering, Newcastle University (December 2010 - September 2017)
Research Fellow at The Centre for Transport Research, School of Geosciences, University of Aberdeen (July 2008 - November 2010)
Visiting Research Fellow at The Martin Centre, Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge (October 2008 - March 2009)
Honours and Awards
Invited keynote speaker at Newton Fund British Council funded UK-Thailand Workshop themed 'Freight Transport of the Future', 22-26 January 2018, Bangkok, Thailand.
Invited speaker at Newton Fund British Council funded UK-China Workshop themed 'Design and Optimization of Transport Systems in the Context of Urbanization', 10-12 July 2017, Shanghai, China.
SMARTFUSION project team: Winner of “Best Environmental Initiative” at the Newcastle University 2015 Environment Awards.
Invited keynote speaker at Smart Urban Freight Conference, 11-12 June 2014, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK;
Invited keynote speaker at the visit of Delegation of the Fifth (V) Commission House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia in the UK, 4-10 July 2012, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK;
Invited keynote speaker at Asociación Española de Codificiación Comercial (AECOC) 3rd Urban Goods Transport Forum, 28 June 2012, Madrid, Spain;
Royal Society International Travel Grant holder to present at the 12th World Conference on Transport Research, 11-15 July 2010, Lisbon, Portugal;
Invited finalist of YEAR2008 (The Young European Arena of Research) at TRA2008 Conference at Ljubljana, Slovenia, 21-24 April 2008;
Bill Ogden Memorial Prize holder to present at the Regional Studies Association Winter Conference, 23 November 2007, London;
Invited speaker at Access to Destination 2 Conference, 23-24 August 2007, Centre for Transport Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, US.
Google Scholar: Click here.
Research Interests: transportation and logistics studies
Dr Aditjandra started his research career in 2004 when he commenced a PhD (open access) at the Transport Operations Research Group, School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Newcastle University. He completed his studies in 2008 and moved to the University of Aberdeen to take an offer as a Research Fellow in the Centre for Transport Research, School of Geosciences. He has been involved in various UK Research Council and EU funded transport research projects including SOLUTIONS (Sustainability Of Land Use and Transport In Outer neighbourhoodS) and ReVISIONS (Regional Visions of Integrated Sustainble Infrastructure Optimised for NeighbourhoodS) as the closest area of research to his PhD. He has also been involved in a number of research projects including international journey planning systems (FP7), transport inclusive digital economy (EPSRC), roadmapping Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) technologies (INTERREG IVB), walking and cycling in Scotland (NHS) and Segmentation of Sustainable Mobility Campaign (IEE).
In 2010, Paulus rejoined Newcastle University with NewRail, Newcastle Centre for Railway Research, School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering. He has extended his experience to the wider context of transportation and logistics research. He has looked at the urban form impact on freight (transport) travel behaviour and long distance freight within the supply management. He has been contributing significantly to various EU funded projects in themes such as 'Urban freight economics' (H2020 NOVELOG; FP7 Smartfusion; IEE Smartset); 'Urban transport system (H2020 SETRIS; FP7 Viajeo PLUS); and 'Freight green corridors' (FP7 SuperGreen; FP6 RETRACK).
In 2017, Paulus has moved to Newcastle University Business School, to work on a new EU H2020 funded research project VALUMICS which looks at food value chains and network dynamics across EU countries.
Paulus' research interest grows from time to time but lies in the area of transport, logistics and sustainability. His PhD research has driven him to enjoy econometric modeling that can be use to gain insights into transport, logistics and land use policy making. His PhD title is The Relationship between urban form and travel behaviour: A micro-analysis in Tyne and Wear.
VALUMICS - food systems dynamics
Module Leader and Lecturing:
NBS8222 International Logistics
Past Guest Lecturing:
NBS8222 International Logistics Module on "City Logistics" as part of post-graduate programme in the Business School (MSc Operations and Supply Chain Management; MSc Operations Management, Logistics and Accounting)
TCP8910 Sustainable Development Module on "Hypermobility and Urban Form" and "Sustainable Development" as part of post-graduate programme in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (MSc Town Planning)
MEC8033 Freight Transport Logistics Module on "City and Freight" as part of post-graduate programme in the School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering (MSc Rail Freight and Logistics)
MEC8034 Multimodal Transport Policy and Practice on "Infrastructure: TEN-T and Green Corridors" as part of post-graduate programme in the School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering (MSc Rail Freight and Logistics)
MEC8033 Freight Transport Logistics Module on "Reverse Logistics & Waste Management" as part of post-graduate programme in the School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering (MSc Rail Freight and Logistics)
- Aditjandra P, Zunder T. Developing a Multi‐Dimensional Poly‐Parametric Typology for City Logistics. In: Taniguchi, E; Thompson, RG, ed. City Logistics 2: Modeling and Planning Initiatives. John Wiley and Sons, 2018.
- Aditjandra PT, Zunder TH. Exploring the relationship between urban freight demand and the purchasing behaviour of a University. European Transport Research Review 2018, 10(1), 1-12.
- Xu T, Zhang M, Aditjandra PT. The impact of urban rail transit on commercial property value: New evidence from Wuhan, China. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 2016, 91, 223-235.
- Zunder TH, Aditjandra PT, Schoemaker JT, Vaghi C, Laparidou K, Österle I. Engaging city stakeholders to achieve efficient and environmentally friendly urban freight movements. In: Corinne Blanquart; Uwe Clausen; Bernard Jacob, ed. Towards Innovative Freight and Logistics. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2016, pp.275-287.
- Aditjandra PT, Galatioto F, Bell MC, Zunder TH. Evaluating the impacts of urban freight traffic: application of micro-simulation at a large establishment. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 2016, 16(1), 4-22.
- Aditjandra PT, Cao XJ, Mulley C. Exploring changes in public transport use and walking, following residential relocation: a British case study. The Journal of Transport and Land Use 2016, 9(3), 1-19.
- Zunder TH, Aditjandra PT, Islam DMZ, Tumasz MR, Carnaby B. Urban Freight Distribution. In: Michiel C.J. Bliemer; Corinne Mulley; Claudine Moutou, ed. Handbook on Transport and urban Planning in the Developed World. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016, pp.106-129.
- Aditjandra PT, Zunder TH, Islam DMZ, Palacin R. Green Rail Transportation : Improving Rail Freight to Support Green Corridors. In: Psaraftis, HN, ed. Green Transportation Logistics : The Quest for Win-Win Solutions. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2016, pp.413-454.
- Balm S, Ploos van Amstel W, Habers J, Aditjandra PT, Zunder TH. The purchasing behavior of public organizations and its impact on city logistics. In: 9th International Conference on City Logistics. 2016, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain: Elsevier.
- Woroniuk C, Aditjandra PT. A rail capacity framework: making the case for rail freight evaluation in Indonesia. CSID Journal of Infrastructure Development (CSID-JID) 2015, 1(1), 4-13.
- Österle I, Aditjandra PT, Vaghi C, Grea G, Zunder TH. The role of a structured stakeholder consultation process within the establishment of a sustainable urban supply chain. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 2015, 20(3), 284-299.
- Sinniah GK, Shah MZ, Vigar G, Aditjandra PT. Residential Location Preferences: The Significance of Socio-Cultural and Religious Attributes. TeMA Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment 2014, 7(2), 223-238.
- Leonardi J, Browne M, Allen J, Zunder T, Aditjandra PT. Increasing urban freight efficiency with delivery and servicing plan. Research in Transportation Business & Management 2014, 12, 73-79.
- Zunder TH, Aditjandra PT, Carnaby B. Developing a local research strategy for city logistics on an academic campus. International Journal of Urban Sciences 2014, 18(2), 262-277.
- Aditjandra PT. The impact of urban development patterns on travel behaviour: Lessons learned from a British metropolitan region using macro-analysis and micro-analysis in addressing the sustainability agenda. Research in Transportation Business and Management 2013, 7, 69-80.
- Zunder TH, Islam DMZ, Mortimer PN, Aditjandra PT. How far has open access enabled the growth of cross border pan European rail freight? A case study. Research in Transportation Business & Management 2013, 6, 71-80.
- Islam DMZ, Meier FM, Aditjandra PT, Zunder TH, Pace G. Logistics and supply chain management. Research in Transport Economics 2013, 41(1), 3-16.
- Aditjandra PT, Mulley C, Nelson JD. The influence of neighbourhood design on travel behaviour: empirical evidence from North East England. Transport Policy 2013, 26, 54-65.
- Aditjandra PT, Zunder TH, Islam DMZ, Vanaale E. Investigating freight corridors towards low carbon economy: evidence from the UK. In: Transport Research Arena Europe. 2012, Athens, Greece: Elsevier BV.
- Nelson JD, Aditjandra PT. Bridging the mobility gap: the role of ITS. In: Grieco M; Urry J, ed. Mobilities: New Perspectives on Transport and Society. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012, pp.331-345.
- Aditjandra PT, Cao X, Mulley C. Understanding neighbourhood design impact on travel behaviour: An application of structural equations model to British metropolitan data. Transportation Research Part A 2012, 46(1), 22-32.
- Pangbourne K, Aditjandra PT, Nelson JD. New technology and quality of Life for older people: exploring health and transport dimensions in the UK context. IET Intelligent Transport Systems 2010, 4(4), 318-327.
- Aditjandra PT, Mulley C, Nelson JD. The extent to which sustainable travel to work can be explained by neighbourhood design characteristics. Transportation Research Record 2009, 2134(1), 114-122.
- Aditjandra PT, Mulley C, Nelson JD. Neighbourhood design impact on travel behaviour: A comparison of US and UK experience. Projections 2009, 9, 28-52.