TAD Urban Planning & Smart Cities community in Collaboration with TAU City Center
are Inviting you to Join a Monthly Lecture Series during the 2nd semester on
Big Data, AI and Urban Future
The series will bring together TAU and worldwide experts to discuss the impact of data science and AI on urban life and its management.
Simulating high-resolution spatio-temporal distribution of urban population and activities for the earthquake response
By Toshihiro Osaragi | Tokyo Institute of Technology
With an eye on the applications to spatial planning and sustainable development, I present a spatially explicit high-resolution model of the multi-mode urban mobility and, specifically, train and car use dynamics, using the big data of several kinds: personal trips survey, road traffic census, and population statistics derived from the mobile phone data.
I apply this model to the estimation of population mobility in the Tokyo metropolitan area, focusing on the consequences of large-scale disasters and earthquake mitigation planning.
The event will take place on Thursday, May 12th at 12:00
Join us virtually via Zoom
You are all welcome. Please Register here to receive the Zoom link prior to the event
For further information, contact:
Yael Bulis & Adva Sahar, TAU City Center | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Shiri Stempler, TAD Center | email@example.com