Robin Liggett

AREAS OF INTEREST

Quantitative Analysis

RECENT BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS

Protecting Against Transit Crime: The Importance of the Built Environmen
Liggett, Robin, Loukaitou-Sideris, Anastasia and Iseki, Hiroyuki, “Protecting Against Transit Crime: The Importance of the Built Environment,” in Daniel J. B. Mitchell (ed.), California Policy Options 2004, UCLA School of Public Policy and Social Research and The Ralph and Goldy Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies, January 2004, pp. 139-156.
Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning
Urban Planning
Ph.D. in Operations Research, University of California, Los Angeles
(310) 825-6294 x 56294

Professor Liggett holds a joint appointment between the Department of Architecture and Urban Design in the School of the Arts and Architecture and the Department of Urban Planning in the School of Public Affairs.

She teaches courses in quantitative methods and computer software development with applications in Architecture and Urban Planning. Her research emphasis is on the development of interactive computer graphic aids to design and decision making. She has focused on algorithms for optimal space allocation in the facilities management field and on methods of parametric design.

Professor Liggett’s recent research projects have investigated the effects of the built environment on transit crime (at bus stops and around light rail transit stations) and on pedestrian accidents.

Robin Liggett

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First Name: 
Robin
Last Name: 
Liggett
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Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning
Degrees: 
Ph.D. in Operations Research, University of California, Los Angeles
Bio: 

Professor Liggett holds a joint appointment between the Department of Architecture and Urban Design in the School of the Arts and Architecture and the Department of Urban Planning in the School of Public Affairs.

She teaches courses in quantitative methods and computer software development with applications in Architecture and Urban Planning. Her research emphasis is on the development of interactive computer graphic aids to design and decision making. She has focused on algorithms for optimal space allocation in the facilities management field and on methods of parametric design.

Professor Liggett’s recent research projects have investigated the effects of the built environment on transit crime (at bus stops and around light rail transit stations) and on pedestrian accidents.

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(310) 825-6294 x 56294
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