Milos Mladenovic

Milos Mladenovic

Miloš N. Mladenović is Associate Professor at the Spatial Planning and Transportation Engineering Group, Department of Built Environment, School of Engineering. 

His current research interests include the interplay of society and emerging mobility technologies, as well as development of decision-support methods and planning processes.  

His previous and current teaching responsibilities include a range of courses in transport systems policy, planning, modeling, management, and design. He has been a deputy leader for MSc program Spatial Planning and Transportation Engineering, as is currently a leader of MSc program Sustainable Urban Mobility Transitions.

Before Aalto, Miloš has obtained his BSc in Transport Engineering from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, and his MSc and PhD in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech, USA. In addition, he has held a visiting research position at the Spatial Planning and Strategy chair, Delft University of Technology, and is an affiliate member of 4TU Centre for Ethics and Technology, the Netherlands. He is also an editorial board member of open access European Transport Research Review and Journal of Urban Mobility, and has recently finished his engagement within the EU Commission expert group advising on specific ethical issues raised by the promise of automated vehicles.

Miloš collaborates with a range of practicioners across the world, in order to support transformations of the current institutions and governance cultures. Finally, he has been the organizing chair for the transdisciplinary Aalto University Summer School on Transportation (ASTRA) and other practice-oriented events.

Full researcher profile
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Contact information

Phone number
+358505660974

Areas of expertise

Sustainable Transportation, Transport Systems, Urban Mobility, Shared Mobility, Ethics of Technology, Emerging Technologies, Governance, Decision Support Systems, Complex Systems, sustainability transitions, 222 Other engineering and technologies, 517 Political science, 611 Philosophy, 113 Computer and information sciences, 999 Others, Municipal engineering, Information systems science, Community planning, Environmental social science research, Public administration, Social and cultural geography, urban studies, regional studies, Practical philosophy

Honors and awards

Transport Reviews 2024 Moshe Givoni Prize

Award or honor granted for a specific work Department of Built Environment Jan 2024

Research groups

  • Planning and Transportation, Professor (Associate Professor)