Remon Rooij has a strong interdisciplinary background: a doctorate on The Mobile City (2005) within the interdisciplinaryTRAIL Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics and an MSc degree in urban design & planning and real estate & construction management. He has substantial experience in researching and teaching (strategic) spatial planning, with a specific focus on:
- the urbanism of networks and the role of mobility and infrastructure in urban vitality: multimodal transport, planning & design of mobility environments, activity-travel behaviour of people, mobility of vulnerable user groups (elderly and children in particular);
- the role of sports events and sports facilities in urban and regional development and transformation;
- socio-spatial strategies for urban regeneration and revitalization;
- methods of urban design and planning driven research.
Educational leadership and the development of academic curricula in the field of the built environment.
Architecture (Bachelor) (2)
Urban Design for the Public Good: Dutch Urbanism
Theme(s) Infrastructures and Mobility
Various (High School) (1)