Camila Ramos

Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Geography and the Environment

Supervisor: Professor Tim Schwanen

Transport-related social exclusion: A study on minimum standards and thresholds through the lens of accessibility

Academic Profile

Camila is a first-year DPhil student at the Transport Studies Unit. She recently completed her Master in City Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and holds a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and a M.Sc. in Engineering, both from Universidad Catolica de Chile. Previously, she worked as a transport consultant for the World Resources Institute and the Inter-American Development Bank. Additionally, she also held a research position at the MIT Sustainable Urbanization Lab and was a guest lecturer for the Land Use and Transportation course at MIT. Her doctoral research at TSU will focus on accessibility standards for public transport, with a special interest in the Latin American context.

Camila Ramos
Transport Studies Unit