About Us

Our research team is based out of the Urban Studies program at Simon Fraser University and is comprised of a growing group of researchers:

IMG_3307Dr. Meg Holden: Associate Professor, Urban Studies and Geography, Simon Fraser University

Ana Molina: Candidate, Master of Public Policy, Simon Fraser University

Daniel Sturgeon: Candidate, Master in Urban Studies, Simon Fraser University

Dominica Babicki:  Ph.D. candidate, Aix-Marseille University and Western University

Hugo Rochard: Candidate, Master in Geography and Environment, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Past Researchers:

Charling Li: P.Eng., M.Urb (Simon Fraser University)

Amir Moradi:  Ph.D. candidate, Urban Planning, Tarbiat Modares University

Amanda Winter: Ph.D. candidate, Environmental Sciences and Policy, Central European University

Majken Toftager Larsen: Ph.D. candidate, Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change, Roskilde University

Sebastien Froment: Masters candidate, Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publiques de l’Etat

Michael Wakely: 4th year Undegraduate Student Human Geography, Simon Fraser University

Stuart Dow: 4th year Undegraduate Student Human Geography, Simon Fraser University

Luc Bagneres: 4th year Undegraduate Student Human Geography, Simon Fraser University

Sutong Jiang:  4th year Undegraduate Student, Urban Planning, Sun Yat Sen University

International Advisors: 

Dr. Julia Affolderbach, University of Hull (Green Regio project)

Eliot Allen, Criterion Planners (Transformative Tools site)

I-Chun Catherine Chang, Macalester College

Jose Fernando Cuello Cuello, City of Bogota (Ecourbanismo blog)

Marta Faarevag, PFS Studio

Rebecca Holt, Perkins + Will

Klaus Hoppe, Klaus Hoppe Consulting

Martin Nielsen, Dialog Design

Dr. Anke Van Hal, Canadian Dutch Sustainable Building & Planning Network

Dr. Lisa Westerhoff, Integral Engineering (link to thesis)

Dr. Yoshiki Yamagata, National Institute for Environmental Studies Japan (Global Carbon Project)

Dr. Yizhao Yang, University of Oregon

Email us at ecourban(at)sfu.ca.

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