D. (Danique) Ton
Danique completed her B.Sc. in Technology, Policy and Management in 2011 and M.Sc. in Civil Engineering (specialisation in transport and planning) in 2014 at Delft University of Technology. Afterwards, she worked for almost 2 years at the Stations department of the Netherlands Railways, researching on pedestrian behaviour in stations. In February 2016, she started her PhD within the Allegro project, on an integrated approach for modelling active-mode travel choices.
The research of Danique focuses on understanding and modelling travel behaviour of individuals using active modes (i.e. pedestrians and cyclists). Her aim is to develop an integrated approach for modelling route, mode and activity scheduling behaviour. To achieve this, both the individual choices and the interaction between these choices are investigated.