GENMOB – Gender and mobility: inequality in space time promoted by Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon (IGOT-UL), with a total maximum grant amount of €170.209(project grant rate of 100%). The project contract was signed on 5th of June 2015 and its duration was 18 months.
The project is proposing an innovative methodology in gender studies. Based on the movements on the weekdays of a sample of men and women in the labour market, the daily time uses are identified (locally), the travel chains and stops by setting daily mobility profiles. Data collection is made with the use of geo-referenced automatic registration (such as GPS) of personal daily activity, preferably supported by smartphones or personal trackers.
The project partner was the Noroft University College of Norway (NUC).
More information: http://genmob.ceg.ulisboa.pt/