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Bart Dewulf


BartD.DeWulf@UGent.be

+32 (0)9 264 46 95

Krijgslaan 281, S8, 9000 Ghent, Belgium
Lok. 40.08.120.067

Bart Dewulf works at the Department of Geography since 2012, on a PhD funded by the FWO and VITO. In his PhD he studies how GIS and innovative geographical data (e.g. GPS and phone network data) can help us to better understand the relationship between individual travel patterns and health (e.g. exposure to air pollution, visits to green areas).

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  • Dewulf, Neutens, Van Dyck, De Bourdeaudhuij, Broekx, Beckx, Van de Weghe (2016) — Associations between time spent in green areas and physical activity among late middle-aged adults. (In: GEOSPATIAL HEALTH)
  • Dewulf, Neutens, Lefebvre, Seynaeve, Vanpoucke, Beckx, Van de Weghe (2016) — Dynamic assessment of exposure to air pollution using mobile phone data. (In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH GEOGRAPHICS)
  • Dewulf, Neutens, Van Dyck, De Bourdeaudhuij, Int Panis, Beckx, Van de Weghe (2016) — Dynamic assessment of inhaled air pollution using GPS and accelerometer data. (In: JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT & HEALTH)
  • Dewulf, Neutens, Vanlommel, Logghe, De Maeyer, Witlox, De Weerdt, Van de Weghe (2015) — Examining commuting patterns using Floating Car Data and circular statistics: exploring the use of new methods and visualizations to study travel times. (In: JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY)
  • Dewulf, Neutens, De Weerdt, Van de Weghe (2014) — Ruimtelijke verdeling van huisartsen in BelgiĆ«: een kritische kijk op het Impulseo I-fonds van het Riziv. (In: HUISARTS NU)
  • Dewulf, Neutens, De Weerdt, Van de Weghe (2013) — Accessibility to primary health care in Belgium: an evaluation of policies awarding financial assistance in shortage areas. (In: BMC FAMILY PRACTICE)
  • Dewulf, Neutens, Van Dyck, De Bourdeaudhuij, Van de Weghe (2012) — Correspondence between objective and perceived walking times to urban destinations: influence of physical activity, neighbourhood walkability, and socio-demographics. (In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH GEOGRAPHICS)