LecturerTom Logan

Civil Systems Engineering
Civil & Natural Resources Engineering E425
Internal Phone: 91237
Mobile: 0272874474
We urgently need to prepare for the future climate; my research, teaching, and consulting focuses on enabling our communities to adapt.

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

I study the risk and resilience of urban systems. My research is focused on transforming how we design and realize our cities in the face of climate change. I use risk science, systems engineering, modeling, and statistics to adapt our cities.

For additional information, see my website

For media enquiries, please call/txt me (027 287 4474) or email me.

Recent Publications

  • Logan TM., Anderson MJ., Williams TG. and Conrow L. (2021) Measuring inequalities in urban systems: An approach for evaluating the distribution of amenities and burdens. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 86
  • Logan TM., Aven T., Guikema S. and Flage R. (2021) The Role of Time in Risk and Risk Analysis: Implications for Resilience, Sustainability, and Management. Risk Analysis
  • White AG., Guikema SD. and Logan TM. (2021) Urban population characteristics and their correlation with historic discriminatory housing practices. Applied Geography 132
  • Logan TM. and Guikema SD. (2020) Reframing Resilience: Equitable Access to Essential Services. Risk Analysis 40(8): 1538-1553.
  • Logan TM., Zaitchik B., Guikema S. and Nisbet A. (2020) Night and day: The influence and relative importance of urban characteristics on remotely sensed land surface temperature. Remote Sensing of Environment 247