Liton (Md.) Kamruzzaman
Liton (Md.) Kamruzzaman
Associate Professor of Transport, Monash University
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Can cities become smart without being sustainable? A systematic review of the literature
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman, M Foth, J Sabatini-Marques, E Da Costa, ...
Sustainable cities and society 45, 348-365, 2019
Urban heat island effect: A systematic review of spatio-temporal factors, data, methods, and mitigation measures
K Deilami, M Kamruzzaman, Y Liu
International journal of applied earth observation and geoinformation 67, 30-42, 2018
Understanding ‘smart cities’: Intertwining development drivers with desired outcomes in a multidimensional framework
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman, L Buys, G Ioppolo, J Sabatini-Marques, ...
Cities 81, 145-160, 2018
Understanding autonomous vehicles
A Faisal, M Kamruzzaman, T Yigitcanlar, G Currie
Journal of transport and land use 12 (1), 45-72, 2019
Does smart city policy lead to sustainability of cities?
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman
Land use policy 73, 49-58, 2018
Simulating land cover changes and their impacts on land surface temperature in Dhaka, Bangladesh
B Ahmed, MD Kamruzzaman, X Zhu, MDS Rahman, K Choi
Remote sensing 5 (11), 5969-5998, 2013
Advance transit oriented development typology: case study in Brisbane, Australia
M Kamruzzaman, D Baker, S Washington, G Turrell
Journal of transport geography 34, 54-70, 2014
Regional aviation and economic growth: cointegration and causality analysis in Australia
D Baker, R Merkert, M Kamruzzaman
Journal of Transport Geography 43, 140-150, 2015
The making of smart cities: Are Songdo, Masdar, Amsterdam, San Francisco and Brisbane the best we could build?
T Yigitcanlar, H Han, M Kamruzzaman, G Ioppolo, J Sabatini-Marques
Land use policy 88, 104187, 2019
Towards post-anthropocentric cities: Reconceptualizing smart cities to evade urban ecocide
T Yigitcanlar, M Foth, M Kamruzzaman
Journal of Urban Technology 26 (2), 147-152, 2019
Determining disaster severity through social media analysis: Testing the methodology with South East Queensland Flood tweets
N Kankanamge, T Yigitcanlar, A Goonetilleke, M Kamruzzaman
International journal of disaster risk reduction 42, 101360, 2020
Can volunteer crowdsourcing reduce disaster risk? A systematic review of the literature
N Kankanamge, T Yigitcanlar, A Goonetilleke, M Kamruzzaman
International journal of disaster risk reduction 35, 101097, 2019
Neighborhood sustainability assessment: Evaluating residential development sustainability in a developing country context
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman, S Teriman
Sustainability 7 (3), 2570-2602, 2015
Smart cities and mobility: Does the smartness of Australian cities lead to sustainable commuting patterns?
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman
Smart Cities and Innovative Urban Technologies, 21-46, 2020
Analysis of rural activity spaces and transport disadvantage using a multi-method approach
M Kamruzzaman, J Hine
Transport Policy 19 (1), 105-120, 2012
Using GIS to visualise and evaluate student travel behaviour
M Kamruzzaman, J Hine, B Gunay, N Blair
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (1), 13-32, 2011
Planning, development and management of sustainable cities: A commentary from the guest editors
T Yigitcanlar, M Kamruzzaman
Sustainability 7 (11), 14677-14688, 2015
Patterns of social capital associated with transit oriented development
M Kamruzzaman, L Wood, J Hine, G Currie, B Giles-Corti, G Turrell
Journal of Transport Geography 35, 144-155, 2014
Disruptive impacts of automated driving systems on the built environment and land use: An urban planner’s perspective
T Yigitcanlar, M Wilson, M Kamruzzaman
Journal of open innovation: Technology, market, and complexity 5 (2), 24, 2019
Measures of transport-related social exclusion: A critical review of the literature
M Kamruzzaman, T Yigitcanlar, J Yang, MA Mohamed
Sustainability 8 (7), 696, 2016
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