Anna Grigolon is an Assistant Professor within the Transport Engineering and Management Research Group at the University of Twente, in The Netherlands. Her primary academic and research interests include sustainable urban mobility, with a particular emphasis on developing user-centric mobility solutions tailored to the diverse needs and preferences of city residents.
Anna employs various analytical tools, including discrete choice modelling, social psychology theories, and spatial analysis, to gain insights into travel behaviour in urban settings. Her expertise encompasses the areas of Transportation Planning and Modeling, Accessibility Modeling, Travel Behavior, Discrete Choice Modeling, and Spatial Analysis. Her educational background comprises a PhD in Urban and Transport Planning from the Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, an MSc in Transportation Operation and Planning from the University of São Paulo, Brazil, and a BSc in Civil Engineering from UFSCar, Brazil.