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.