Maria Natalia Konstantinidou was born in Drama in 1988 and graduated from the Department of Rural and Surveying Engineering (SRSE) of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) in 2013. In 2015, she acquired her MSc diploma on “Design, Organization and Management of Transportation Systems” from AUTh. Since 2016, she is elaborating her Doctoral Research at SRSE of AUTh, on the thematic area “Urban Mobility, Urban Transport and their Relationship with Urban Structures”. More detailed, she investigates the value of passenger’s time (VOT), the optimal travel speed per transport mode, and the relationship between the living and travelling cost. In the past she has worked as a freelancer Rural and Surveying engineer – Transport engineer, developing parking studies, construction site studies and analysis of geospatial data, while she has provided teaching assistance in Postgraduate Programs of AUTh, on courses regarding Modelling Transport Demand and Assessing the Feasibility and Sustainability of Transport Projects. Since March 2018, she is a research associate with the Hellenic Institute of Transport (HIT), of the Centre of Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) at the Laboratory B1: Sustainable Mobility. Her research area includes, among others, the development of Sustainable Mobility Plans (SUMPs), Transport Models, the elaboration of Sustainable Mobility policies for urban and inter – urban areas, the conduct of road safety/ education seminars, as well as the promotion of Sustainable Urban Mobility through Game-Based learning.. In parallel, she is the author of scientific papers and speaks fluently, English and Castellano.
Dipl.Rural & Surveying Engineer, MSc Transportation Engineer
6th Km. Charilaou - Thermi