SMoG was present at the 12thSpace Syntax conference in Beijing where Meta Berghauser Pont presented one of the keynote lectures and four papers were presented in the parallel sessions. Gianna Stavroulaki presented the results of the large pedestrian survey SMoG conducted in Amsterdam, London and Stockholm, showing the role of both street centrality and built density to predict pedestrian movement in cities. Evgeniya Bobkova presented results of the study on retail diversity and the role of plot systems. Further, a paper co-authored by Meta Berghauser Pont was presented by Stephen Law (UCL, London), discussing new ways of defining neighborhood boundaries.
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