Michael Hardinghaus works as a researcher at the Institute of Transport Research since 2011. His research focusses on interrelations between spatial structure and individual mobility behavior. He deals with cycling infrastructures and bikeability in particular. Further research interests are infrastructures for alternative drives and especially location strategies for charging infrastructure for EVs.
Hardinghaus, Michael and Nieland, Simon (2018) Local differences in bike-friendliness and social structure of residents. Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) - Annual International Conference 2018, 28.-31. Aug. 2018, Cardiff, UK. Volltext nicht online.
Kolarova, Viktoriya and Anderson, John E. and Hardinghaus, Michael (2018) Indirect CO2 emissions of electric vehicles: Insights from real-world vehicle use. 7th Transportation Research Arena TRA 2018, 16.-19. April 2018, Vienna, Austria. Volltext nicht online.
Anderson, John E. and Lehne, Marius and Hardinghaus, Michael (2017) What electric vehicle users want: Real-world preferences for public charging infrastructure. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. Taylor & Francis. DOI: 10.1080/15568318.2017.1372538 ISSN 1556-8318 Volltext nicht online.
An overview of all publications, which are created as part of his DLR activity, can be found at the DLR-Publicationserver elib.