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Researcher Profile

DI Karin Markvica MA

DI Karin Markvica MA

Function

Scientist

Center

Mobility Systems

Competence Unit

Dynamic Transportation Systems

E-Mail

Karin.Markvica(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 6407

Address

Giefinggasse 2, 1210 Vienna

Career

Field: Human factors for personal mobility

Main Research: Mobility behaviour research

Experience:

Human factors in mobility
Mobility behaviour patterns and behaviour determinants
Motivational strategies for encouraging mobility behaviour changes
Multi-modal mobility systems

  • 2014-: Researcher
    AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH / Austria
  • 2012-2014: Project manager, case worker
    nast consulting ZT GmbH / Austria
  • 2012-2012: Case worker (freelancer)
    Ingenieurbüro DI. Dr. techn. Friedrich Nadler / Austria
  • 2010-2012: Program manager and project assistant (freelancer)
    s Objektmanagement GmbH / Erste Group Bank AG / Austria
  • 2018: Summer-Award 2018 der FFG (Projekt "inned - Innovatives Netzwerkdesign")
  • 2017: VCÖ-Mobilitätspreis in der Kategorie "Aktive Mobilität und öffentlicher Raum" (Projekt "Smarter Together")
  • 2016: Autumn-Award 2016 der FFG (Projekt "Q4 - Quattromodale Knotenpunkte")

Publications

  • Accelerating Transition Dynamics in City Regions: A Qualitative Modeling Perspective
    Author(s): P. Valkering, G. Yücel, E. Gebetsroither-Geringer, K. Markvica, E. Meynaerts, N. Frantzeskaki
    Journal: Sustainability, 9(7): 1254 (2017) ; 1 - 20
  • Using Milieu-Based Communication Strategies For Changing Mobility Behaviour Towards Low Energy Modes
    Author(s): K. Markvica, N. Haufe, A. Millonig
    Conference BEHAVE 2016, 4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency, Coimbra
    Proceedings Marta A. R. Lopes, Carlos Henggeler Antunes, António Gomes Martins, Luís Silva; 4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency (Behave 2016); Paper-Nr. A5.5
  • Introducing Additional Low Emission Mobility Offers in a Well Connected Area: Challenges and Opportunities
    Author(s): K. Markvica, A. Millonig, C. Rudloff
    Conference 22nd International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Development in the Information Society, Vienna
    Proceedings Manfred Schrenk, Vasily V. Popovich, Peter Zeile, Pietro Elisei, Clemens Beyer; REAL CORP 2017 Proceedings/Tagungsband; 309 - 318
  • Integrating air cargo into multimodal transportation networks: vision and practical relevance of quattro-modal freight hubs
    Author(s): M. Prandtstetter, K. Markvica, J. Zajicek, S. Pfoser, O. Schauer, L. Putz, G. Hauger, M. Wanjek, C. Berkowitsch, R. Schodl, S. Eitler
    Conference European Transport Conference 2016, Barcelona
  • Improving LED Luminaries for Street Lighting to Meet Road User´s Needs: The Case of Vienna
    Author(s): K. Markvica, G. Richter, G. Lenz
    Conference 7th Transport Research Arena TRA 2018, Vienna
  • On the Development of a Sustainable and Fit for the Future Transportation Network
    Author(s): K. Markvica, M. Prandtstetter, B. Hu, U. Ritzinger, J. Zajicek, C. Berkowitsch, G. Hauger, S. Pfoser, T. Berger, S. Eitler, R. Schodl
    Conference Real CORP 2018, Vienna
    Proceedings Manfred Schrenk, Vasily V. Popovich, Peter Zeile, Pietro Elisei, Clemens Beyer; REAL CORP 2018 Proceedings/Tagungsband; ISBN: 978-3-9504173-5-7
  • Capturing potential for active mobility: A multi-level survey analysis incorporating associated meanings
    Author(s): C. Rudloff, K. Markvica, M. Wunsch
    Conference 7th Transport Research Arena TRA 2018, Vienna

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