Binay is a PhD student at the School of Community and Regional Planning. Before coming to North America for a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning and then a PhD degree in Planning, Binay was practicing architecture in Nepal. His research interests lie at the intersection of built environment and active travel behavior, and the resulting health consequences. While he acknowledges the significance of value based approaches in research, Binay is more interested in using evidence based approaches to explore causal association between built environment and health outcomes within the context of active travel behavior
Bio and CV
Adhikari, Binay, and Jianling Li. "Modelling ambiguity in urban planning." Annals of GIS 19.3 (2013): 143-152.