Als u wijzigingen in Pure hebt gemaakt, zullen deze hier binnenkort zichtbaar zijn.

Persoonlijk profiel

Research profile

Matthew Bruno, PhD in the NWO Smart Cycling Futures project (2016-2020), works in the Technology, Innovation and Society group at Eindhoven University of Technology and with the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development at Utrecht University. His research focuses on the topic of governance in relation to cycling innovations. He received his B.A. in Letters from the University of Oklahoma (summa cum laude); M.A. in Urban Planning from UCLA (academic merit award); and M.Sc. in Geoinformatics (cum laude) from the University of Twente. He previous work experience includes improving safety for pedestrians and cyclists on and around the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex and working on transportation planning issues for various government agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area.


NWO SURF Smart Cycling Futures

Oldenziel, R., Schipper, F. & Bruno, M.


Project: Onderzoek direct


  • 3 Aangemelde presentatie
  • 2 Genodigd spreker
  • 1 Poster presentatie

Fietsstraat in Eindhoven: De Kruisstraat als casus

Matthew Bruno (Spreker)
30 jan 2019

Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentatiesGenodigd sprekerProfessioneel

Users, Governance and Cycling Innovation in the Netherlands: Sustainability Claims and Questions

Matthew Bruno (Spreker)
28 jun 2018

Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentatiesAangemelde presentatieWetenschappelijk

The contested definition of a bicycle street: How participatory governance processes can undermine innovations designed for specific users

Matthew Bruno (Spreker)
23 feb 2018

Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentatiesAangemelde presentatieWetenschappelijk