Paulo Anciaes

Senior Researcher

Short Bio

I am a Senior Researcher interested in the links between transport, mobility, health, and society. My research has been international, interdisciplinary, and inter-sectoral, with a policy focus and engagement with non-academic stakeholders. Most of my research since 2015 has been in collaboration with European partners.

I am interested in the social and health aspects of transport and mobility and the distribution of benefits and costs of transport among different groups and users of different modes.

I am currently a work package leader and member of the steering committee of the EU-funded MOVE2CCAM project, developing a comprehensive impact assessment of autonomous vehicles for passenger and freight transport. This considers socio-economic, health, and environmental aspects and the needs of all individuals (regardless of age, gender, income, and location) and companies (regardless of size and location).