Tom Logan

Tom Logan

Lecturer (USA: Asst. Prof.)
Civil Systems Engineering
University of Canterbury

Risk science | Civil systems | Urban planning | Resilience

I study the risk and resilience of urban systems. My research is focused on transforming how we design and realize our cities in the face of climate change. I use risk science, systems engineering, modeling, and statistics to adapt our cities.

My research is at the intersection of:

  • Urban and civil systems
  • Risk analysis and uncertainty
  • Resilience and adaptation to a changing climate.

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Publications

2018

Managing projects with uncertain deadlines

European Journal of Operations Research

Bordley, R., Keisler, J., Logan, T.

2017

Evaluating urban accessibility: Leveraging open-source data and analytics to overcome previous limitations

Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science

Logan, T., Williams, T., Nisbet, A., Liberman, K., Zuo, C., Guikema, S.

Blog: Evaluating urban accessibility

2016

Predictive models in horticulture: A case study with Royal Gala apples

Scientia Horticulturae

Logan, T., McLeod, S., Guikema, S.

Non-peer reviewed publications

2017

You've got the power

Nature

Logan, T., Arnott, J.

My full CV is available here.

Education

2019 - University of Michigan

PhD in Industrial and Operations Engineering

2015 - Johns Hopkins University

Master of Geography and Environmental Engineering

2014 - University of Canterbury, NZ

Bachelors of Engineering (1st Class Hons) in Natural Resources Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Selected Awards

2013

Fulbright New Zealand, Science and Innovation Graduate Award

2018

Rackham Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, University of Michigan

2019

J X Kasperson Student Paper Award at the American Association of Geographers annual meeting 2019