Interdisciplinary City
  1. Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice
  2. City Collaborative Transport Hub
  3. Centre for Law, Justice & Journalism
  1. About Us
Interdisciplinary City

About Us

Transport is a great intersect of public interest and industrial interest. With so much at stake - from slowing the impact of climate change to the keeping tomorrow's cities viable for their citizens - governments and businesses are looking for partners who can help match changing drivers of consumer need with fresh approaches to emerging transport challenges.

City, University of London has opted to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with business and the professions, including the policy community. We have created the interdisciplinary Transport Hub because we want to help to unravel customer expectations. Our applied research can contribute to novel models for doing business, and we can work with public and private sector clients to advance unexpected mixtures of technologies.

The Collaborative Transport Hub harnesses the University's existing expertise in topics such as software reliability, systems engineering, reliability modelling, food supply policy, risk analysis, human behaviour, automotive and rail engineering, air and maritime operations.

The Hub also extends to wider academic, business and policy networks through our visiting staff, who bring to City their everyday contact with real challenges.

Academic director - Professor Dinos Arcoumanis, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and International)

Transport Hub manager - Andrew Huddart

For enquiries - call 020 7040 3518

Or email business@city.ac.uk.

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.