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dr Michał Niedzielski
Zakład Geografii Miast i Ludności
Pokój 327
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Wykształcenie

  • 2005-2009 - Studia doktoranckie: The Ohio State University, Department of Geography (promotor prof. M O'Kelly)
  • 2003-2005 - Studia magisterskie: The Ohio State University, Department of Geography (promotor prof. M O'Kelly)
  • 1999-2003 - Studia licencjackie: DePaul University, Department of Geography

Przebieg kariery zawodowej

  • 2017-2019 - Stypendysta programu POLONEZ Narodowego Centrum Naukowego z funduszy UE Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA)
  • 2017 - Associate Professor, University of North Dakota
  • 2011-2017 - Assistant Professor, University of North Dakota
  • 2009-2011 - Visiting Assistant Professor, University of South Florida

Zainteresowania naukowe

  • Geografia transportu
  • Dostępność przestrzenna (transportowa)
  • Przestrzenna optymalizacja
  • Zróżnicowanie przestrzenne miast (struktura społeczno-ekonomiczna)
  • Dojazdy do pracy

Wybrane publikacje

Artykuły, rozdziały

  • Niedzielski, M.A., O’Kelly, M.E. and E.E. Boschmann. Synthesizing spatial interaction data for social science research: Validation and an investigation of spatial mismatch in Wichita, Kansas. Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems 54, 2015, 204-218. [Impact factor: 1.520; SJR: Q1]
  • Niedzielski, M.A. and E.E. Boschmann. Travel time and distance as relative accessibility in the journey to work. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104(6), 2014, 1156-1182. [Impact factor: 2.291; SJR: Q1]
  • Niedzielski, M.A., Horner, M.W., and N. Xiao. Analyzing Scale Independence in Jobs-Housing and Commute Efficiency Metrics. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 58, 2013, 129-143. [Impact factor: 2.725; SJR: Q1]
  • O’Kelly, M.E., Niedzielski, M.A., and J. Gleeson. Spatial Interaction Models from Irish Commuting Data: Variations in Trip Length by Occupation and Gender. Journal of Geographical Systems 14(4), 2012, 357-387. [Impact factor: 1.366; SJR: Q1]
  • Niedzielski, M.A., and E.J. Malecki. Making Tracks: Rail Networks in World Cities. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102(6), 2012, 1409-1431. [Impact factor: 2.110; SJR: Q1]
  • van Beynen, P., Niedzielski, M.A., Białkowska-Jelińska, E., Alsharif, K., and J. Matusick. Comparative Study of Specific Groundwater Vulnerability in a Karst Aquifer in Central Florida. Applied Geography 32(2), 2012, 868-877. [Impact factor: 2.779; SJR: Q1]
  • O’Kelly, M.E., and M.A. Niedzielski. Are long commute distances inefficient and disorderly? Environment & Planning A 41(11), 2009, 2741-2759. [Impact factor: 1.763; SJR: Q1]
  • Niedzielski, M.A. and P. Śleszyński. Analyzing accessibility by transport mode in Warsaw, Poland. Geographia Polonica 81(2), 2008, 61-78.
  • O'Kelly, M.E., and M.A. Niedzielski. Efficient spatial interaction: attainable reductions in metropolitan average trip length. Journal of Transport Geography 16(5), 2008, 313-323. [Impact factor: 1.418; SJR: Q1]
  • Niedzielski, M.A. A spatially disaggregated approach to commuting efficiency. Urban Studies 43(13), 2006, 2485-2502. [Impact factor: 1.301; SJR: Q1]
  • van Beynen, P., Niedzielski, M.A., Białkowska-Jelińska, E., and K. Alsharif. 2018. “Investigating Groundwater Vulnerability of a Karst Aquifer in Tampa Bay, Florida.” In W.B. White, J.S. Herman, E.K. Herman, and M. Rutigliano (Eds.), Karst Groundwater Contamination and Public Health, Springer.

Publikacje

Artykuły, rozdziały, referaty i inne | Abstrakty, recenzje, notatki

Artykuły, rozdziały, referaty i inne

Abstrakty, recenzje, notatki

  • Niedzielski M., 2018, Access to non-work activities: What is the impact of daily labour mobility?, [w:] Red. Wanda Miczorek, A World of Flows: Labour Mobility, Capital and Knowledge in an Age of Global Reversal and Regional Revival. 2018 Annual Conference, 3rd –6th June 2018 Università della Svizzera italiana Lugano, Switzerland, Regional Studies Association, Lugano, s. 149-150.
  • Niedzielski M., 2017, Assessing the horizontal and vertical equity of job accessibility, Space and flows. Warsaw Regional Forum 2017, 18-20 October 2017. Programme and Book of Abstracts, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization Polish Academy of Sciences et al., Warsaw, s. 49.
  • Niedzielski M., Śleszyński P., 2007, Ready, set, go: the coming urban sprawl explosion in Warsaw, Poland, Association of American Geographers 2007 Annual Meeting, San Francisko, California, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, 1 s.