The purpose of this volume is to initiate a discussion on the interplay between the epistemology of urban data, data-driven measurements, and therefore the politics of designing urban places. especially , this volume aims to: 1) critically evaluate the character of the urban data that’s ceaselessly generated; 2) investigate how the understanding of city life is being fundamentally reshaped through data-driven models and measurements; and 3) demonstrate how these models interface with real-world politics of urban design in cities. the difficulty explores the three sequential stages of collecting, measuring, and implementing urban data under the title “Measuring the city: the facility of urban metrics.” We encourage contributions from across the fields of urban planning, design, and concrete science and Science, Technology, and Society (STS).
500 word Abstract Submission Deadline: April 30, 2021 (optional submission of a spatial data-visualization image available within the submission form)
Full paper submission: Assumption , 2021
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TitleCall for abstracts | Projections ,”Measuring the City: The Power of Urban Metrics” | The Peer-reviewed Journal of the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning
TypeCall for Submissions
Submission DeadlineApril 30, 2021 11:30 PM