GOAT Team

On this page, we would like to introduce the people behind GOAT. We are a diverse team of Environmental Engineers, GIS Developers and Transport Planners. As GOAT is under development at the Chair or Urban Structure and Transport Planning at Technical University of Munich led by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gebhard Wulfhorst, also most members of the GOAT Team are located at this Chair. With the Research Group Accessibility Planning managed by Dr.-Ing. Benjamin B├╝ttner we aim to support integrated land-use and transport planning by means of accessibility - a concept, which has been proven to enhance the quality of life and sustainability in our cities.

Elias Pajares

Elias Pajares

Researcher & Core Developer

As core developer and transport researcher he initiated the development of GOAT. As advocate for liveable cities he loves to develop innovative solutions and trigger sustainable change.
Ulrike Jehle

Ulrike Jehle

Researcher & Core Developer

Core developer, traffic planner and open data enthusiast. To meet the challenges of urban mobility, she is particularly engaged in strengthening active forms of mobility.
Majk Shkurti

Majk Shkurti

External Core Developer

As experienced WebGIS-developer he is focusing on the development of the userinterface. His passion lies within maps, visualizations and creating GIS apps that are accessible to everyone.
Emna Ben Hassine

Emna Ben Hassine

Student Assistant

Student assistant and environmental engineer with enthusiasm for Sustainable Urban Mobility. She believes that active mobility is the key to bring back the livability the cities have lost in the last few decades.
Rafael Leonardo Munoz Nieto

Rafael Leonardo Munoz Nieto

Student Assistant

He is a transport consultant and Student Assistant at TUM. GIS, and Smart cities enthusiast. In GOAT, he has contributed to the data refinement and data management.
German Santiago Linares Ramirez

German Santiago Linares Ramirez

Student Assistant

He is a Civil and Industrial Engineer with passion for active mobility, cities, and sustainability. In GOAT he contributes to documentation, communications, and improvement of data quality.

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