Amber Woodburn

Assistant Professor, City and Regional Planning, Center for Aviation Studies
Faculty

Dr. Woodburn’s research training spans transportation planning and engineering, with a specific focus on the design of airport facilities. Dr. Woodburn’s research contributes to a body of work that evaluates modern airports in an urban context to provide insight on how the next century of airport development can sustainably integrate with urban regions. Her work offers a basis for inquiries into the relationship between airport infrastructure, airport-adjacent communities, and airport-centric activity centers. She is also interested in the impacts of UAV and other disruptive transportation technologies on planning process, facility design, system integration, and spatial patterns of development in the urban landscape.

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Phone:
614-292-8322
275 W Woodruff Ave
Columbus, OH 43210