Journal articles (2013 – present)

Peer-refereed conference proceedings (2013 – present)

Book chapters (2013 – present)

  • 2021. Xiao, N. and Miller, H.J. Cultivating big urban data,” in W. Shi, M. Goodchild, M. Batty and M.-P. Kwan (eds.) Urban Informatics, Springer, 547-565.
  • 2020.  Miller, H.J.  “Ohio State as a 21st century urban university,” in S. Gavazzi and D. Staley (eds.) Fulfilling the 21st Century Land-Grant Mission: Essays in Honor of The Ohio State University’s Sesquicentennial Celebration, Ohio State University Press.
  • 2019.  Miller, H.J.Cities need mass transit,” in M. Graham, R. Kitchin, S. Mattern and J. Shaw (eds.) How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Meatspace Press, 1128-1143
  • 2019. Miller, H.J., Song, Y. and Tribby, C.P. “Green, healthy time geography: Using time geographic concepts for sustainable mobility research,” in K. Ellegård (ed.) Time Geography in Global Context: An Anthology, Taylor and Francis, 75-95.
  • 2018. Miller, H. J., “Time geography,” in D. R. Montello (ed.), Handbook of Behavioral and Cognitive Geography, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 74-94.
  • 2017.  Miller H.J. “Theories and models in urban transportation planning,” in S. Hanson and G. Giuliano (eds.) The Geography of Urban Transportation, 4th edition, Guilford, 113-138.
  • 2017.  Miller H.J., “Time geography and space-time prism,” in D. Richardson, N. Castree, M. F. Goodchild, A. Kobayashi, W. Liu and R. A. Marston (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Geography, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/9781118786352.wbieg0431.
  • 2017. Miller H.J., “Spatial data analytics,” in Rob Kitchin, Tracey P. Lauriault, Matthew W. Wilson (eds.) Understanding Spatial Media, Sage, 149-157.
  • 2015. Miller H.J. “Location: Absolute and relative,” in J. D. Wright (ed.) The International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol. 14 Elsevier, 284-286.
  • 2015. Miller H.J. “Spatio-temporal knowledge discovery,” in C. Brunsdon and A. Singleton (eds.) Geocomputation: A Practical Primer, Sage, 97-109.
  • 2015. Song Y. and Miller H.J. “Beyond the boundary: New insights from inside the space-time prism,” in M-P. Kwan, D. Wang, C. Zhou and D. Richardson (eds.) Space-time Integration in Geography and GIScience: Research Frontiers in the US and China, Springer, 189-209.
  • 2014. Miller H.J., “Activity-based analysis,” in M. Fischer and P. Nijkamp (eds.) Handbook of Regional Science, Springer, 705-724.
  • 2014. Kobayashi T. and Miller H.J. “Exploratory visualization of collective mobile objects data using temporal granularity and spatial similarity,” in G. Cervone, J. Lin and N. Waters (eds.) Data Mining for Geoinformatics: Methods and Applications, Springer, 127-154.

Recent funded projects

  • 2023 – 2024. Miller, H.J. (PI), Xiao, N. and Qin, R. “3D digital reconstruction of lost urban streetscapes: Historic Mt. Vernon Ave in Columbus,” Battelle Engineering, Technology and Human Affairs Endowment, The Ohio State University.
  • 2022 – 2023. Ahmed, Q. (PI), Miller, H.J. and Hanif, A. “Battery load management in fleet electric school buses,” Sustainability Research Seed Grant, Sustainability Institute, The Ohio State University
  • 2022 – 2023. Yang, J. (PI), Miller, H.J. and Wang, Y. “Built environmental features and driving behaviors among teen drivers,” Interdisciplinary Research Pilot Award, Translation Data Analytics Institute, The Ohio State University,
  • 2019 – 2020.  Hyder, A. (PI), Kauffman E.B. and Miller, H.J. “Franklin Co overdose data to action project: Strategy 3: Innovative surveillance – Linking overdose data with risk / protective factor data,” Franklin County (Ohio) Public Health.
  • 2019 – 2024. Flaherty J., Gregory M., Hebert, C., Miller H.J. Odei J., Rayo M. and Root E. (PI) “GeoHAI: A novel geographic tool for hospital acquired infection visualization and assessment,” Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, National Institutes of Health.
  • 2019 – 2021.  Akar, G., Irwin, E. (co-PI), Chen, Z., Hertziger, A., McNair, A.W., Miller, H.J. (co-PI) and Reece, J. “Smart Columbus impacts assessment,” Ohio State Smart Campus Program.
  • 2019 – 2020.  Miller, H.J. (PI) and Akar, G. “Regional sustainability dashboard for the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission,” Office of Energy and Environment, The Ohio State University.
  • 2019 – 2020. Akar, G., Clifton, K., Gopalakrishnan, S., Miller, H.J. (PI), Tufte, K. “Exploring a research network of urban sustainability observatories via data-enabled university-community partnerships,” (BCS-1929927), National Science Foundation
  • 2018 – 2019. Miller, H.J., Hyder, A. and Southerland, L. “Franklin County Opioid Crisis Activity Levels (FOCAL) map,” Opioid Innovation Fund, Office of Academic Affairs, The Ohio State University.
  • 2016 – 2018. Bohrer G., Miller H.J. (PI) and Miller J.A., “Advancing movement and mobility science by bridging research on human mobility and animal movement ecology,” (BCS 1560727) National Science Foundation.
  • 2015 – 2017.  Miller H.J. (PI) and O’Kelly M.E, “Estimating external travel using purchased third party data,” Ohio Department of Transportation.
  • 2013 – 2015. Cashden E.A. (PI), Creem-Regehr S., Miller H.J. and Stefanucci J. “Age changes and sex differences in spatial cognition: Testing the role of mobility in three non-industrial societies and the US,” Interdisciplinary Behavioral and Social Science Research, National Science Foundation.
  • 2013 – 2015. Farber S. (PI), Miller H.J. and O’Kelly M.E. “Collaborative Research: Interaction potential and the social and economic vibrancy of metropolitan regions,” Geography and Spatial Sciences program, National Science Foundation.
  • 2012 – 2015. Bartholomew K., Miller H.J. (PI) and Zhou X. “Green accessibility: Measuring the environmental costs of space-time prisms in sustainable transportation planning” (BCS-1224102), Geography and Spatial Sciences and Environmental Sustainability programs, National Science Foundation.
  • 2011 – 2016. Brown B.B. (PI), Miller H.J., Smith K.R. and Werner C.M. “Complete the streets 3 ways: Effects on Activity and BMI” (1R01CA157509-01), Obesity Policy Research: Evaluation and Measures, National Institutes of Health.