Ian Walker's work
Here is a detailed CV [PDF] - this is probably the best thing to read if you want to see what I do.
Ian Walker is based at the University of Bath's psychology department specialising in traffic, transport and environmental behavours, and data analysis. Before this he was a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, having taken BSc and DPhil degrees at the University of York. In the past he has also worked as a psychology lecturer for the Dyslexia Institute.
In the environmental field, Ian leads the knowledge capture and dissemination components for three projects aimed at preparing the UK power grid for low carbon technologies. These projects involve four universities and multiple industrial partners including Siemens, GE, Alstrom and Cisco. In the transport field, Ian is a founder member of the European Union's COST group on bicycle helmet research and previously was a member of the COST group on motorcycle helmet research and standards. He is also a founder member of the Centre for Transport and Psychology. The New York Times selected Ian's work on driver-bicyclist interactions as one of the ideas that defined 2006.
Here is a copy of my CV which should be quite up to date.