Arnaud Banos is a Research Director for the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS).
Trained as a geographer, he conducted his PhD while working as a transportation engineer in a public transport company (Keolis) in France. He then focused on risk analysis of transportation systems in urban environments (road accidents, air pollution, noise) and worked as an expert for the World Health Organisation during several years. He also contributed to several partnership projects with companies such as RATP (public transport in Paris), Orange (telecom operator) and Veolia (urban systems operator).
During the last 10 years, he directed the Complex Systems Institute of Paris and the research lab Géographie-cités in Paris. He is currently a full time member of the research unit IDEES in Normandie, France and leads the Lab of Excellence DynamiTe in Paris. Access to his publications.