Samuel Carpentier-Postel

 Samuel Carpentier-Postel

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Samuel Carpentier-Postel is professor of geography at the University of Franche-Comté. His research focuses mainly on the links between territories, spatial identities and ways of living through the analysis of interactions between practices and representations of daily and residential mobility in urban areas. His teaching focuses on (i) urban geography, (ii) geographical information - mapping, spatial analysis, modelling - (iii) survey techniques and statistics.

  • 2017, Habilitation, Geography (HDR), University of Avignon
  • 2007, PhD, Geography, University of Strasbourg
  • Associate professor, research unit ESPACE, Aix-Marseille University, CNRS  (2012-2019)
  • research fellow, CEPS/INSTEAD (currently LISER), Luxembourg (2007-2012)

Full list at:

  • Gerber P., Thériault M., Enaux C., Carpentier-Postel S. (2018). Modelling impacts of beliefs and attitudes on mode choices: Lessons from a survey of Luxembourg’s cross-border commuters. Transportation Research Procedia. 32(2018): 513–523.
  • Gerber P., Ma T.Y., Klein O., Schiebel J., Carpentier-Postel S. (2017). Cross-border residential mobility, life satisfaction and modal shift: A Luxembourg case study. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 104: 238-254.
  • Ma T.Y., Gerber P., Carpentier S., Klein S. (2015). Mode choice with latent preference heterogeneity: a case study for employees of the EU Institutions in Luxembourg, Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, 11(5): 441-463.
  • Gerber P., Carpentier S. (dir.) (2013). Mobilités et modes de vie, vers une recomposition de l'habiter, Collection Géographie sociale, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 222 p. ISBN : 2753522499,
  • Carpentier S. (2012). Cross-Border Local Mobility between Luxembourg and the Walloon Region: an Overview. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 12(2): 198-210,
  • Carpentier S. (dir.) (2010). La mobilité résidentielle transfrontalière entre le Luxembourg et ses régions voisines, Collection Forum Europa, Luxembourg : Saint-Paul, 164 p. ISBN : 2879638003.
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