Dr Jonathan Arundel
Dr Arundel is a Senior Research Fellow with the Healthy Liveable Cities Group at RMIT University.
He has 15 years of experience in the telecommunications and transportation industries. Over this time he has worked as a consultant, analyst and manager of technical teams. His background spans Agent-Based Modelling, remote sensing and ecology and he has a strong background in spatial methods including GIS.
He is currently leading the development of a national liveability indicator geospatial database and portal that will allow users to visualise the indicators developed in the Australian National Liveability Study and allow researchers to securely link population health survey data to these indicators.
- Measuring and mapping urban liveability across Australia – developing tools for use by policy makers, practitioners and researchers to identify inequities and plan better cities
- Reconnecting urban planning with health – The development and validation of national liveability indicators associated with chronic disease risk factors and health outcomes