I am a PhD student at the CDT Urban Science, based at the Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities and funded by the EPSRC. My project supervisor is Stephen Jarvis. Before joining Warwick, I studied Economics (BSc) in Freiburg, Germany and Transportation (MSc) at Imperial College and UCL. My research addresses the connection between urban living and mobility with a focus on emerging transportation trends and technologies. More broadly, I am interested in spatial methods for machine learning and statistics. For more information visit my personal website.
If you want to get in touch, just drop me an email anytime. If you want to meet in person, my office is located at WISC in Senate House, Floor 1 (please make sure I am around).
- CS118 Programming for Computer Scientists (Seminars)
- CS917 Foundations of Computing (Seminars)
- CS261 Software Engineering (Group tutor)
- CS909 Data Mining (Lab tutor)
Munoz-Mendez, F., Klemmer, K., Han, K., Jarvis, S.A. 2018. “Community structures, interactions and dynamics in London’s bicycle sharing network.” 7th International Workshop on Pervasive Urban Applications. UbiComp '18 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing. Singapore.
Willing, C., Klemmer, K., Brandt, T., and Neumann, D. 2017. “Moving in time and space–Location intelligence for carsharing decision support.” Decision Support Systems. 99, 75-85.
Klemmer, K., Willing, C., Wagner, S., and Brandt, T. 2016. “Explaining Spatio-Temporal Dynamics in Carsharing: A Case Study of Amsterdam.” AMCIS 2016: Surfing the IT Innovation Wave - 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems. Association for Information Systems (AIS).