Our Urban Futures seed project proposal "Pedestrian movement indicators integrated in Digital Twin Cities Platform, using the Place Syntax Tool (DTCP_PST)" was successful! Main applicant is Vasilis Naserentin from the Department of Mathematical Sciences, together with Meta Berghauser Pont and Gianna Stavroulaki from SMoG. Motivation: Frontline research in applied mathematics and digitalisation is linked to urban development through the integration of a tool for pedestrian flows into the digital twin platform developed in the Digital Twin Cities Center at Chalmers. A platform that aims to support decision makers in urban planning and the involvement of citizen in those processes. The department of Mathematical Sciences is a new department in the Urban Futures context. With GR as partner, there is a potential for upscaling.
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New PST v.3.2.4 and documentation can be now downloaded from https://www.smog.chalmers.se/pst Changes from PST v.3.2.3: Added capability to analyze shapefiles (.shp). So far, PST was only compatible w
Lars Marcus was welcomed as fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) at the yearly ceremonial banquet at Stockholm City Hall 28 October. It is an important recognition for a l
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