Labinar & after work: Data science for liveable cities
25 januari 2024
Regeringsgatan 29, 111 53 Stockholm
How can we use data to improve the cities we live in? Join this exclusive evening of knowledge-sharing between KTH and MIT, as the Senseable Stockholm Lab opens its doors to showcase two of their ongoing projects.
The Senseable Stockholm Lab (SSL) is a collaboration between the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the City of Stockholm, in partnership with the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. The SSL conducts research aimed at increasing the understanding of both the natural and built environment in cities by addressing climate, social and urban development-related challenges.
Every six weeks, the SSL holds a closed meeting called a ”labinar,” where the research teams in Stockholm and Boston come together virtually to discuss their ongoing projects within the lab. This time, the labinar will be open to those interested in learning more about the lab’s latest research. Join us on Thursday, January 25 from 16.30–17.30 for an evening of knowledge-sharing and discussion. Doors will open at 16, with an after work to follow the presentations where there will be an opportunity to meet the researchers and others involved in the lab.
Urban heat – Measured and perceived problems
Combining vehicle sensors and existing data on forest-cover to measure surface temperatures and determine hyperlocal benefits of urban greenery against extreme heat events.
Ulla Mörtberg, KTH
Simone Mora, MIT
Sensoring safety perceptions – Preliminary results from online surveys and Google Street View analyses
Assessing how safety perceptions vary amongst different groups and environments in Stockholm, specifically the area of Järva, through both a map-based survey and AI-based analysis.
Vania Ceccato, KTH
Jonatan Abraham, KTH
Yuhao Kang, MIT