Cities of Data project, which seeks to address what happens next for urban studies, and what does it mean for the way we build, manage and live in cities, published three reports that explore the future of urban science and especially the role of citizens participation and open data.
The project is led by Dr. Anthony Townsend, Senior Research Scientist at New York University’ s Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management and Fellow at the Data & Society Research Institute.
- THE FUTURE OF URBAN SCIENCE: New Horizons in Research on Human Settlements – How might urban science unfold in the coming decades?
- CITIZEN URBAN SCIENCE: New Partnerships for Advancing Knowledge – What role will citizens play in the new urban science?
- MAKING SENSE OF THE NEW SCIENCE OF CITIES – The world’ s leading universities have embarked on a building boom for urban research. What does it mean for the future of cities?
Visit: Cities of Data – Exploring the New Urban Science