Centre for Continuing Education

Tony Arnold

Tony Arnold


Tony spent the first 12 years of his professional career developing software algorithms for companies including Canon, the CSIRO and Fairlight before transitioning into the transport sector where he has worked on a variety of issues such as freight optimisation and network design. Tony’s key areas of expertise are geospatial analysis, software development (C++, Python, Django, R, Javascript), discrete choice modelling and mixed-methods research. He teaches several subjects at the University of Sydney and the Centre for Continuing Education including Python, R and GIS analysis.

Tony is currently studying a PhD at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney, investigating the impact that automated vehicles will have on walking and cycling. His research helps Australia meet big challenges such as managing traffic congestion, mitigating climate change, minimising health care costs and improving the liveability (and loveability) of our cities.

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