behaviour. During her stay at UWE, she also had several meetings with other colleagues at UWE to
discuss potential research collaborations. "Dr. Chatterjee was kind enough to organize a
workplace for me at the Centre for Transport and Society (CTS) and arranged a field visit to
observe an ongoing survey in Bristol about the use of e-scooter" said Dr. Sarker when she visited the BritInn office after her research trip.
Her guest lecture at UWE about "Green is the new black: Motives and barriers of adopting electric cars and (e-)carsharingamong the young adults in Innsbruck, Austria." was held in a hybrid form and well-attended. She had the opportunity to meet participants from different disciplines and "the
active participation of the attendees and a stimulating discussion on my lecture facilitated ideas for several future projects" said Dr. Sarker.
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BritInn Fellow Report