Hello! My name is Willem Klumpenhouwer, and I am a graduate student in transportation at the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering. My goal is to combine my love of problem solving, computers, and transportation to provide clever and robust solutions to transportation problems. As I formalize my education, I hope to be able to offer some positive and helpful ideas, advice, and results when it comes to transportation.
I have a diverse educational background. With a Bachelor’s degree in Theoretical Physics, I’ve developed strong analytic and mathematical skills, and have learned the value of the type of insight gained by mathematical modelling. I also have strong skills in software development and database management, two key components in the advancement of transportation technology and ideas. I have had experience developing database-driven software in both an academic and professional environment.
In addition to the training in modelling of transportation demand, public transit, and airports, I have also had first-hand industry experience in transportation logistics as a Rail Traffic Controller for Canadian Pacific Railway, one of the largest railway companies in Canada.
I hope you will take the time to explore what Klumpentown has to offer. If you have any questions or comments about the website or myself, please don’t hesitate to fill out the contact form below.
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