Dan Graham

Dan Graham is Professor of Statistical Modelling in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London (ICL) and Director of the ICL Transport Strategy Centre (TSC). He holds doctoral degrees from the Department of Mathematics at Imperial and from the London School of Economics. Dan has published over 90 papers in refereed journals and two books. His research group works on mathematical and statistical models for applications in transportation with key research themes on statistical modelling for performance analytics; data centric engineering; mathematical modelling in economics, operations and planning; wider economic impacts of transport; program evaluation via causal inference; and resilience, risk & safety analyses. He has served as Specialist Advisor to the UK Parliamentary Select Committee on Transport and he provides public policy advice internationally. He is Deputy Head and Director of Teaching in the Transport Engineering Section, with overall responsibility for intercollegiate Msc Degrees. He is a Project Partner of the Data Centric Engineering Program at the Alan Turing Institute in London and a visiting Professor at South East University in Nanjing.

Content by Dan Graham
  • Publication - Policy paper

    Data-oriented urban transport reform in middle-income and developing cities

    The paper highlights the key success factors determining the efficiency of data management interventions, and the benefits that the successful implementation of such policies could deliver for local communities and their surrounding economies. Key success factors include (1) a healthy balance of investments in data technology and human knowledge; (2)...

    6 Feb 2019 | Dan Graham, Daniel Hörcher, Jose Manuel Carbo Martinez