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Sustainable future cities and settlement systems: Through science, by design, in place, over time

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The objective of this module is to efficiently reduce energy consumption and to increase solar energy production in cities while minimizing total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The research includes the development of holistic, multi-scale and interdisciplinary approaches for assessing large scale deployment of (building integrated) photovoltaic in realistic urban contexts under different climatic, socio-economic and architectural conditions. Zurich and Singapore are used as complementary case studies and we are interacting with public stakeholders and agencies to directly apply research into practice by receiving feedback and providing training on toolboxes developed.

Emerging Models of Sustainable Integrated Development explores sustainable integrated districts (SIDs) as models for high-density high- liveability future cities by studying urban innovations and systems solutions that are deployed and integrated at the district scale. Important aspects of the system performance of SIDs are captured by an interdisciplinary team of researchers that works closely with important stakeholders from government agencies and industry.

This module aims to develop new sustainable technologies by combining composite materials that comprise cultivated, grown and harvested natural resources with digital fabrication methods. Mycelium material grown from fungi is one of the materials of choice for this enterprise, as well as subtractive processes and 3D-printing (3DP). Along with materials and fabrication, a careful assessment of the sustainability and likelihood for application in the construction sector is studied.

A transition to a circular economy, in which used materials may become valuable resources for a new production cycle, is urgently needed. This project aims to develop integrated frameworks and tools based on advanced digital technology for informing the design, construction and management of circular buildings and deploying more effective resource solutions. It addresses the questions of which contributions future circular cities can make to lower adverse environmental impacts and how to derive tailored, site-specific system solutions for sustainable housing.

The overall goal of the module is to design and plan functioning blue and green infrastructures, which not only improve urban water efficiency and reduce flooding, but also support local food production, mitigate heat island effects, increase water pollution control, recreation, biodiversity, and ultimately provide jobs for and a higher life quality of citizens. By securing and/or introducing these nature-based (green) stormwater managements (blue) in the urban fabric, we expect the hinterlands to become more resilient to climate change and population growth.

Through analysis of several case studies in Europe and Asia, the project aims at a better understanding of processes of extended urbanisation in agricultural territories, exploring their characteristics, outlining potentials for agroecological transitions, and formulating concrete design strategies and governance models. The interdisciplinary module contains work packages covering the sustainable agroecological design and governance arrangements, novel soil ecologies, nature's contributions to people, and the impact of renewable energy extraction in agricultural territories.

The Agropolitan Territories module addresses the unsustainable relationship between urbanisation and food production in monsoon Asia. Globally, urban land expansion is consuming fertile agricultural land at unprecedented rates. Simultaneously, the industrialised agricultural practices developed to meet the food needs of urbanised populations are placing pressure on a range of ecological systems. The module is developing an 'agropolitan' outlook to this challenge, foregrounding the inter-dependence of future cities and future agriculture. It is doing so by developing transdisciplinary and multi-scaled approaches to data collection and analysis, dynamic planning support tools, and designs and prototypes for sustainable agropolitan territories.

This research embeds architectural cognition into the architecture and urban design process, through an iterative process of interactions between scientists and architecture practitioners, to actively shape key design decisions at different design stages. Behavioural studies are combined with design research to understand how architects/designers utilise information about end-users while employing researcher secondments and refining design-support tools (from educational materials to simulations) to improve the design process and outcomes. Comparative analysis of case studies in Singapore, Zurich, and Sarajevo provide variation in parameters such as building and urban design typologies, urban density, and social, cultural and climatic conditions, to contribute to context-specific as well as generalisable research outputs.

This project derives resource-efficient urban intensification strategies that are based on a deeper understanding of the human activity in the built space. The project couples urban science (complexity science, urban economics and machine learning) with urban planning and design, which so far have been rather separated streams. This allows for the development of well-informed and place-specific planning and design interventions to sustain and enhance socio-spatial interactions in densifying urban environments. These measures will allow the functioning of densifying cities in a resource-saving way but also make urban environments more vital for its residents.

Cities are dynamic systems with multi-scaled dependencies. Yet, current practices of urban analytics, design, and usage are static and misaligned with the emerging life and virtualisation of the city, being in permanent flux. The emergence of big open urban data, knowledge graphs, Artificial Intelligence (AI), crowdsourcing methods, and the possibility of perpetually adjustable parameters demand a new mode of analysing, designing, and governing the city. The project asks how geo-data science, Semantic Web Technologies (SWT) applied to urban design and Computational Social Science approaches can be harnessed to achieve sustainable, resilient, and liveable cities.

This project aims to integrate mobility, land use and infrastructure into a resilient, adaptive system that responds to changing needs, through a three-pronged approach. Social network surveys will monitor and examine the activity chains that generate demand for mobility. Second, novel modelling techniques will be developed to handle the unique challenges posed by the fast-changing and dynamic nature of cities through adaptive systems, that can respond to disruptions almost in real-time. Finally, exploratory modelling, decision-making under uncertainty methods (e.g. real-options) and optimization methods will be employed to formulate adaptive plans that can response respond to long-term changes. Our research endeavours span the global scope, with a particular emphasis on contributing to the development of Singapore and Zurich. Our ultimate objective is to develop adaptive plans that can effectively navigate uncertainties and lead to long-term desirable outcomes aligned with carbon neutrality and/or the 45-Minute City targets by 2050.

This module focuses on mitigating climate impacts at the sea-city fringes in rapidly urbanising cities in tropical Asia. Firstly, it studies measures to mitigate climate change and its effects through urban design and planning (concept plan), environmental science, and biomimicry technology to capture, absorb, store and remove CO2 from the atmosphere. Secondly, it develops practical and scalable nature-based approaches to mitigate the effects of climate change and rising seas through urban design and biophilic approaches for water-sensitive design. Thirdly, it studies the interplay between climate change, an ageing population, and emerging economic developments, promoting current and future liveability.

The inevitability of increasing urbanization and the attendant problems it creates place an urgent demand on our ability to shape current and future urban development using a science-based approach to urban planning. The project is centred on the proposition that urban pattern-process-function relationships provide valuable knowledge to advance the science of urban planning, but this has thus far remained relatively unexplored and under - utilized in practice.

The Engagement Platform is a cyber-physical space which supports and disseminates the vision, narrative and values of Future Cities Laboratory Global.

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Smart Estates: Adapting to a Disrupted World Following the Opening Webinar, we are pleased to bring you our first research thematic webinar focusing on “Resilience”. This webinar will focus on the technologies and innovation for a resilient built environment – a topic of increasing importance as Singapore seeks to address the growing stock of aging infrastructure, raise productivity and adapt to climate change.

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Green Transformation of Industries: A Tripartite Partnership Singapore aims to achieve long-term net zero carbon emission, peaking emissions level by 2030, and halving it by 2050. With these ambitious targets in mind, the public and private sectors will have to work closely hand-in-hand to introduce/implement green initiatives. Through this Sustainability-themed webinar, expert speakers from Government, Research Institutes and Industry will share insights and industry initiatives on decarbonisation.

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The World Cities Summit is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Since its inauguration in 2008, the biennial Summit has been attended by over 250 global cities and supported by leaders from government, business, international organisations and academia. Jointly organised by Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities and the Urban Redevelopment Authority, the World Cities Summit is held in conjunction with the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) and the CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESG). Highlights of the Summit include the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize, the WCS Mayors Forum and City Solutions Singapore.

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Complexity Science for Resilient and Adaptable Cities Cities are facing increasingly unprecedented and complex challenges. Lifestyle patterns are constantly evolving; the operations of firms are changing with new technologies; existential challenges like climate change and pandemics are affecting cities’ resilience. We can no longer ignore the “black swans” or unknown unknowns that may disrupt our urban systems. This webinar session will focus on planning for resilient and adaptable cities, to achieve liveability, resource circularity and a healthy environment. The speakers will discuss some approaches or methods that have been applied to city resilience, and enhance the appreciation towards the use of complexity science in informing urban solutions.

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The Science to Building Social Resilience The ongoing challenges from the pandemic, socio-economic inequality, and climate change have underlined the importance of social resilience in urban planning and governance. Social infrastructure, trust, and social capital, are key to building resilient and cohesive societies. Such societies are better able to withstand, recover and grow from stressors and shocks, and undertake consistent efforts to strengthen different segments of the community. The speakers will share and discuss the application of social science research and methods to help city leaders and decision-makers better understand and manage diverse societies, and develop targeted actions for building social resilience.

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Nature in Cities for Urban Sustainability Cities are typically seen as being disconnected from nature. Yet in the face of unsustainable urbanization, biodiversity loss, and climate change, the role of nature has been increasingly recognized in enhancing social, ecological and climate resilience, as well as creating sustainable and liveable cities. Cities across the globe are increasingly working to integrate nature and biophilic designs into the urban landscape as a way of life.

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Dealing with the deep uncertainty of sea level rise Impacts of climate change and sea-level rise, and what it means to Singapore

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PUB x 500 Startups - Commercialisation Programme Demo Day Showcase of 6 water technology start-ups covering biomimetic membranes, nanofiltration technologies, drones and other cutting-edge water technologies

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ABC Waters Seminar Discussion and sharing on how Active, Beautiful and Clean Waters (ABC Waters) Design concepts are brought to life from design to construction

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The GEOSummit is and wants to continue to be an important networking event for the Swiss geo-sector, even under difficult conditions, and is intended to create added value for the participants in their everyday work.

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Liveable and Sustainable Cities: Emerging Stronger The biennial World Cities Summit (WCS) is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Jointly organised by Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), key highlights of the Summit include the WCS Mayors Forum, the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize and the WCS Young Leaders Symposium.

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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.

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Building information is currently not treated as something valuable beyond its immediate scope of application. One of the reasons for this is the lack of a long term value proposition and/or clear pathways for generating revenue using building data. As a result, valuable building information is unavailable to interested individuals and data analytic companies. In order to monetise building data, it has to be first systematically generated or collected (e.g., during the construction phase of a building). Furthermore, building data must be maintained, curated and regularly updated to remain relevant and up-to-date as time passes. All this incurs costs and companies may not see the point of doing so beyond what is needed to achieve their immediate tasks at hand. Among other potential use-cases for building data assets, they may provide information about building components and their materials to entities that specialise in mining and recycling building materials, thus contributing to a circular building materials economy. Pathways for generating revenue would provide the necessary incentives to maintain and update data until the building is demolished (and possibly beyond). We believe that building data assets have a crucial role to play in the context of sustainable material flows in circular future cities. To this end we use tokenised data assets on a Blockchain as a tool to connect building owners with the consumers of building information, coordinate the activities of the built ecosystem and at the same time, maintain the economic incentives required to keep the wheels running

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Following the global call for an ecological turn in art, architecture, and design, NTU CCA Ideas Fest III presents projects that engage, investigate, and aim to ensure food security on a healthy planet.

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ETH Zurich hosts the Future Cities Laboratory Global Conference to share intermediate results of its ongoing research with a wider audience. The two-day conference features prominent keynote speakers and panel discussions, and an opportunity to interact directly with young researchers. A public exhibition showcases the results of the ongoing research activities. Bringing together science, design, engineering and governance, FCL Global actively promotes the development of more sustainable, resilient and inclusive cities, setting the stage for a more liveable urban future.

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THOMAS PETER ETH Zurich, response by Stefana Parascho

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Representations and Learning in Computer Aided Design

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Prof. Dr Dirk Helbing will discuss and explore how decentralised solutions of self-​organisation helps to organise societies in a more resilient way. 

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CARSON CHAN AND MATTHEW WAGSTAFFE Emilio Ambasz Institute, MoMA, response by Lydia Xynogala

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Empowering Change: Special ETH Global Lecture for International Women's Day 2024

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As you drive through the Gotthard massif, the landscape is constantly changing. You can see small villages along the way. Mountains and lakes characterize the panorama. What is particularly fascinating, however, is what lies beneath the Gotthard massif.

Location Large-Scale Virtualization and Modeling Lab (LVML), ETH Zurich - Stefano-Franscini-Platz 5, 8093 Zurich
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Machine learning and generative AI has become a game-changer for solving design problems. Besides well-known applications like drug discovery, machine learning can also greatly enhance AI-assisted design in architecture, civil and mechanical engineering.

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ALEXANDER GIESCHE Schauspielhaus Zürich, in conversation with Tanja Saban, response by Gabrielle Schaad

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EVA HORN Universität Wien, response by Laurent Stalder

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The GEOSummit is and wants to continue to be an important networking event for the Swiss geo-sector, even under difficult conditions, and is intended to create added value for the participants in their everyday work.
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The GEOSummit is and wants to continue to be an important networking event for the Swiss geo-sector, even under difficult conditions, and is intended to create added value for the participants in their everyday work.
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Liveable and Sustainable Cities: Emerging Stronger The biennial World Cities Summit (WCS) is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Jointly organised by Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), key highlights of the Summit include the WCS Mayors Forum, the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize and the WCS Young Leaders Symposium.
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Liveable and Sustainable Cities: Emerging Stronger The biennial World Cities Summit (WCS) is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Jointly organised by Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), key highlights of the Summit include the WCS Mayors Forum, the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize and the WCS Young Leaders Symposium.
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Liveable and Sustainable Cities: Emerging Stronger The biennial World Cities Summit (WCS) is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Jointly organised by Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), key highlights of the Summit include the WCS Mayors Forum, the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize and the WCS Young Leaders Symposium.
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Environments project and more recently the IntraCREATE SEED project ‘NICE’, and how this can contribute to the planning of future urban developments.
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00
Location Value Lab Asia - Level 6, CREATE Tower, 1 CREATE Way, Singapore
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It is well known that the design of buildings and urban environments has a strong influence on our emotional state and experience. Urban places, in particular, are also typically experienced in various levels of human occupancy – depending on the time of day, places from main streets to parks, can be almost empty or bustling with pedestrians, patrons, residents and visitors. How does the presence of other people influence our subjective experience of places? Does the design of urban environments moderate the effects of social presence? Using multiple measurement of human emotions drawing from environmental psychology and neuroscience, we begin to understand how design and presence of people jointly modulate our experiences in cities. In this talk, I will present the conceptual background and findings from recent and ongoing work done as part of the FCL2 Cognition Perception and Behaviour in Urban Env
Starts 2022-11-16 17:00
Ends 2022-11-16 18:00