Tim Matisziw

Tim Matisziw
Associate Professor
220 Stewart Hall

Ph.D., Geography, Ohio State University

M.A., Geography, University of Missouri

B.A., Geography, University of Missouri

Research Interests

Network vulnerability analysis, urban/regional planning and infrastructure management, environmental conversation networks optimizing siting of facilities


Emphasis:  Geographic information science, network analysis and design, transportation geography, location modeling, spatial statistics

Select Publications

Matisziw, Timothy C., and Praveen Kumar Edara. “Travel Behavior in Response to Network Disruptions.” In Routledge Handbook of Transportation, edited by Dusan Teodorovic, 177–187. New York: Routledge.

T. C. Matisziw, C.H. Nilon, S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, J.W. LeMaster, J.A. McElroy, and S.P. Sayers. 2016. The right space at the right time: The relationship between children’s physical activity and land use/land cover. Landscape and Urban Planning, 151, 21–32.

Matisziw, Timothy C., and Emre Demir. 2016. Measuring Spatial Correspondence among Network Paths. Geographical Analysis 48: 3–17.

Matisziw, Timothy C., Mahabub Alam, Kathleen M. Trauth, Enos C. Inniss, Raymond D. Semlitsch, Steve McIntosh, and John Horton. 2015. A Vector Approach for Modeling Landscape Corridors and Habitat Connectivity. Environmental Modeling & Assessment 20: 1 – 16.

Grubesic, Tony H., Alan T. Murray, and Timothy C. Matisziw. 2013. A Strategic Approach for Improving Rural Air Transport in the United States. Transport Policy 30: 117 – 124.

Grubesic, Tony H., and Timothy C. Matisziw. 2013. A Typological Framework for Categorizing Infrastructure Vulnerability. GeoJournal 78: 287–302.

Matisziw, Timothy C., and Tony H. Grubesic. 2013. Geographic Perspectives in Vulnerability Analysis.” GeoJournal 78: 205–208.

Matisziw, Timothy C. 2013. Boosting Business Intelligence. Continuity Q1: 29–31.

Grubesic, Tony H., and Timothy C. Matisziw. “World Cities and Airline Networks.” In International Handbook of Globalization and World Cities, edited by Ben Derudder, Michael Hoyler, Peter J. Taylor, and Frank Witlox, 97 – 116. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2012.

Matisziw, Timothy C., and Emre Demir. 2012. Inferring Network Paths from Point Observations.” International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26: 1979 – 1996.

Matisziw, T.C. and A.T. Murray. 2009. Area Coverage Maximization in Service Facility Siting. Journal of Geographical Systems 11(2), 175-189.

T.H. Grubesic, T.C. Matisziw, and M.A. Zook. 2009. Spatio-Temporal Fluctuations in Airline Network Hierarchies. Journal of Transport Geography.

T.C. Matisziw. and A.T. Murray. 2009. Connectivity Change in Habitat Networks. Landscape Ecology 24(1), 89-100.

Matisziw, T.C. and A.T. Murray. 2009. Modeling s-t Path Availability to Support Disaster Vulnerability Assessment of Network InfrastructureComputers & Operations Research. 36: 16-26.

Matisziw, T.C., T.H. Grubesic, and H. Wei. 2008. Downscaling Spatial Structure for the Analysis of Epidemiological DataComputers, Environment and Urban Systems. 32: 81-93.

T.H. Grubesic. and T.C. Matisziw. 2008. Prospects for Assessing and Managing Vulnerable Infrastructures: Policy and Practice. Growth & Change 39(4), 543-547.

Matisziw, T.C., A.T. Murray, and T.H. Grubesic. 2008. Exploring the Vulnerability of Network Infrastructure to InterdictionThe Annals of Regional Science.

Matisziw, T.C. and A.T. Murray. 2008. Siting a Facility in Continuous Space to Maximize Coverage of a RegionSocio-Economic Planning Sciences.

A.T. Murray, T.C. Matisziw, and T.H. Grubesic. 2008. A Methodological Overview of Network Vulnerability AnalysisGrowth & Change 39(4), 573-592.

T.H. Grubesic, T.C. Matisziw, and M. Zook. 2008. Cities and global airline network connectivity. GeoJournal 71(1), 53-66.

A.T. Murray, T.C. Matisziw, and T.H. Grubesic. 2007. Critical Network Infrastructure Analysis: Interdiction and System Flow. Journal of Geographical Systems 9(2), 103-117.

T.H. Grubesic. and T.C. Matisziw. 2006. On the Use of Zip Codes and Zip Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs) for the Spatial Analysis of Epidemiological Data. International Journal of Health Geographics 5(58).

Matisziw, T. C., A. T. Murray, and C. Kim. 2006. Strategic Route Extension in Transit NetworksEuropean Journal of Operational Research. 171: 661-673.

Matisziw, T.C. and A.T. Murray. 2006. Promoting Species Persistence Through Spatial Association Optimization in Nature Reserve DesignJournal of Geographical Systems. 8: 289-305.