Sebastian Seisenberger has worked at the Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning since November 2021. He is a graduate of the Master’s Program in Environmental Engineering at TUM and works on Accessibility by active mobility and public transport as well as the further development of Accessibility Instruments for planning practice.
|2021||-||Research Associate at the Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning|
Master’s Thesis: "Evaluating walking accessibility and equity to essential services with and without competition using the interactive accessibility instrument GOAT"
Intern and working student in the mobility department at IGES Institut GmbH (Berlin)
|2019||-||2020||Erasmus-Semester at the University of Twente (Netherlands)|
|2018||-||2019||Working student at the Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning|
|2017||-||2021||Master’s program in Environmental Engineering at TUM with specialization in "Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning" and "Transportation Engineering and Control"|
|2016||-||2017||Working student at the Peter Löscher Chair of Business Ethics at TUM|
|2015||-||2019||Bachelor’s program Philosophy with a minor in Sociology at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich|
Bachelor’s Thesis: Success criteria for the improvement of neighbourhood mobility ("Erfolgskriterien für die Verbesserung der Nahmobilität - am Beispiel von München")
|2011||-||2015||Bachelor’s program Environmental Engineering at TUM|