Track record

There is a strong record of research projects, consultancy projects and publication that demonstrates progress in this theme.

Projects

  • NODES – New tOols for Design and OpEration of Urban Transport InterchangeS. EU FP7 programme. Role: partner. Principal Researcher: Frank van der Hoeven. Coordinator: UITP International Association of Public Transport. Duration: 9/2012 to 9/2015
  • Better Airport Regions – Models and Development Pathways for Sustainable Urban Transformation. NWO – Urban Regions in the Delta. Role: coordinator. Principal Researcher: Arjan van Timmeren & Andy van den Dobbelsteen. Duration: 2012 to 2014

Journal articles

  • Hoeven, F.D. van der & Nes, A. van (2014). Improving the design of urban underground space in metro stations using the space syntax methodology. Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, 40 (February), 64-74. Link.
  • Hoeven, FD van der & Wandl, A (2014). Amsterwarm: Mapping the land use, health and energy-efficiency implications of the Amsterdam urban heat island. Building Services Engineering Research & Technology:an international journal, 2014, 1-22. (IF: 0.82). Link.
  • Portugali, J. & Stolk, E. H. (2014) A SIRN view on design thinking – An urban design perspective. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 41(5) 829 – 846. Link.
  • Trip, JJ & Romein, A (2014). Creative city policy and the gap with theory. European Planning Studies, 22(12), 2490-2509. Link.
  • Mak, A. & Stouten, P. (2014) Urban Regeneration in Rotterdam: Economic and Social Values. European Spatial Research and Policy, 21(1), 101-122. Link.

Book chapters

  • Sijmons, DF & Dorst, MJ van (2012). Strong Feelings: Emotional Landscape of Wind Turbines. In S Stremke & A van Dobbelsteen (Eds.), Sustainable Energy Landscapes, Designing & Development (pp. 45-67). Boca Raton, Florida: Taylor & Francis Group. Link.
  • McArdle, G, Demsar, U, Spek, SC van der & McLoone, S (2013). Interpreting Pedestrian Behaviour by Visualising and Clustering Movement Data. In S Liang & X Wang (Eds.), Web and Wireless Geographical Information Systems: Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium, W2GIS 2013 Vol. 7820. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 64-81). s.l.: Springer.
  • Langelaar, CM van & Spek, SC van der (2012). Walking streams and the plinth. In M Glaser, M van ‘t Hoff, H Karssenberg, J Laven & J van Teeffelen (Eds.), The city at eye level (pp. 86-93). Delft: Eburon.

Book publications

  • Dorst, M.J. van, H van der Woude (red. 2012). Community Architecture in the Netherlands. Bussum; Thoth.
  • Meyer, V.J.; Westrik, J.; Hoekstra, M.J. (2014) Het programma en ruimtegebruik van de stad. SUN, Amsterdam.
  • Portugali, J., Tan, E., Meyer, V. J. & Stolk, E. H. (2012) Complexity Theories of Cities Have Come of Age, Heidelberg, Springer. Link.
  • Portugali, J. Stolk, E.H. (forthcoming, 2016) Complexity, Cognition, Urban Planning and Design, Heidelberg, Springer. Link.

Reports

  • Pijpers-van Esch, M.M.E. et al (2013) Beroepspraktijk Stedebouw NL. Een onderzoek van de masteropleidingen stedebouw van de TU Delft, TU Eindhoven en de Academies van Bouwkunst van Rotterdam, Amsterdam en Tilburg. Link.
  • Hausleitner, B.; Chraniotti, A. (2014) Space Syntax Analyses Metrostop Vijzelstraat/Vijzelgracht. Report commissioned by DRO Amsterdam, Jos Gadet, Joan Stegenga.
  • Wal, H. van de, M.J. van Dorst (2014). Privacy scripting in De Architect 5/2103, p. 28 – 37.
  • Mashhoodi, B.; Stolk, E.H. (2014) RDSS – Rotterdam Decision Support System.

Conferences

  • Complexity, Cognition, Urban Planning and Design, 2nd Delft International Conference, October 2013. Link. See also: CCCity.

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