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  • Richard Vinc Nicolay Santoso

    Koalisi Pejalan Kaki, Indonesia
    Application Developer

    Oral Presentation 2

    Community co-creation and health promotion campaigns

    Richard Vinc Nicolay Santoso

    Koalisi Pejalan Kaki, Indonesia
    Application Developer

    Richard Vinc, an experienced educator/tech savvy. Right now, he is the Chief Technology Officer at Kudu, a research, technology, and education company. His focus in education led him to cofounded Sekolah (Milik) Publik, a nonprofit organization with mission to provide free education to everyone. He is also served as an application developer for Koalisi Pejalan Kaki, a nonprofit organization with a mission to defend pedestrian’s right in Indonesia and part of International Federation of Pedestrians.
    He and his team has developed a concept for machine learning solution to help diffable walk safer on sidewalk. This concept has received an award from Microsoft in Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility Hackathon Asia Pacific back in October 2019.
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  • Daniel Sauter

    Urban Mobility Research, Switzerland
    Director, Owner

    Oral Presentation 5

    Measuring Walking: the invisible asset and how to make it more visible

    Daniel Sauter

    Urban Mobility Research, Switzerland
    Director, Owner

    Daniel Sauter studied sociology, psychology and political science in Zurich, Switzerland, and has been devoting the last 30
    years of his professional life as researcher to the world of walking, road danger reduction, the analysis of mobility patterns
    and the creation of inclusive public spaces and their related policies. His main interests are in the social and societal
    dimensions of these issues.
    Daniel started out as co-director of the Swiss pedestrian organisation, represented the International Federation of
    Pedestrians (IFP) at the United Nations, initiated the International Charter for Walking and started the ongoing efforts to
    develop standards for measuring walking. He performed and co-ordinated research in many local, national and
    international projects, e.g. within the European COST Action 358 on Pedestrian Quality Needs. He runs his own business,
    Urban Mobility Research, in Zurich, Switzerland.
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  • Trevor Shilton

    National Heart Foundation, Australia
    National Director Active Living

    Plenary 8

    Data and how we know what to want

    Trevor Shilton

    National Heart Foundation, Australia
    National Director Active Living

    Trevor is National Director Active Living at the National Heart Foundation of Australia, Adjunct Professor at Curtin University. Trevor is Global Vice President for Advocacy with the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE), a member of the WHO Civil Society Working Group on NCDs, and the World Heart Federation’s Advocacy Committee. Trevor was the founding National President of the Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA) and is a Life Member of AHPA. Trevor also led the led the advocacy work of the International Society for Physical Activity and Health 2014-2020. Trevor’s principal research and health interests are in chronic disease prevention, advocacy, policy, equity and programs relating to physical activity, obesity, tobacco control and social marketing.
    He has directed major community-wide initiatives, including community-wide campaigns in obesity, physical activity and tobacco, as well as state-wide and national initiatives in workplace health and school health.
    Trevor’s main passion is advocacy, and this is because there is nothing else, done well, which can provide a better return on investment.
    Trevor has published book chapters and over 80 papers in peer reviewed journals. He has given many national and international conference presentations and workshops. He has participated in guideline and policy development in Australia, Canada, Asia and the United States and at global level with leading Civil Society organisations.
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  • Jaeick Shim

    Department of Road Transport, Korea Transport Institute
    Senior Researcher

    Plenary 4 **Korean Session**

    Pedestrian Policy and task for the better Seoul

    Jaeick Shim

    Department of Road Transport, Korea Transport Institute
    Senior Researcher

    Jaeick Shim is currently working as a senior researcher of Department of Road Transport in Korea Transport Institute, also one of members of pedestrian environment improvement committee in Ministry of the Interior and Safety. He has carried out various projects about road transport safety, with an aim to enhance pedestrian safety. In this regard, masterplan for village zone, intensive investigation of pedestrian crash data and estimations of annual traffic accident costs have successfully been carried out.
    He earned his MS degree of Engineering from Yeungnam University in 1990.
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  • Hyeongkwon Sohn

    Department of Pedestrian Policy Division, Seoul Metropolitan Government
    Team Leader

    Oral Presentation 1

    Building a walkable city

    Hyeongkwon Sohn

    Department of Pedestrian Policy Division, Seoul Metropolitan Government
    Team Leader

    Hyeongkwon Sohn has been serving as a public official in Seoul for more than twenty years since 1999. Currently, Sohn is working as a team leader. In 2018, Sohn joined the City Transportation Office. Since 2019, Sohn has been in charge of pedestrian policy. His administrative work scope includes transport, environment, youth, housing, and working with other cities around the world. Sohn received an MPA degree from Portland State University in 2012.
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