Spring 2021 Urban Data Science Lecture Series
The spring 2021 edition of the Urban Data Science Lecture Series includes a series of invited lecturers to show various tools and methodologies to analyze data. Topics include projects on transportation, housing markets, simulation models, and more. These invited lecturers will present their recent work by focusing on what data they use, what type of data it is, how the data is collected and managed, how the data are analyzed, and how data are utilized and protected from unethical use, with special attention given to privacy concerns.
Each lecture will be recorded live Thursday evenings and played the following Friday morning, which includes a live Q&A session with the speaker.
Live Lecture: Thursdays, 7:30–8:30 p.m. ET
Recorded Viewing, Live Q&A Sessions: Fridays, 10:00–11:00 a.m. ET
2021 Spring Speaker Series
|Fauzul Rizal Sutikno (Ph.D. CRP '20)||Universitas Brawijaya, Indonesia||April 1st–2nd, 2021|
|Dafeng Xu (Ph.D. CRP '17)||University of Washington, Washington, USA||April 8th–9th, 2021|
|Ziye Zheng (Ph.D. RS '18)||Princeton University, New Jersey, USA||April 15th–16th, 2021|
|Yuanshuo Xu (M.R.P. '13, Ph.D. CRP '19)||Zhengjiang University, China||April 29th–30th, 2021|
|Jingwen Li (M.A. RS '16)||University of Bonn, Germany||May 6th–7th, 2021|
|Arash Beheshtian (Ph.D. CRP '16)||Altum Group Advisors, USA||May 13th–14th, 2021|
The Seminar Series will take place virtually via Zoom. If you would like to attend a lecture, please contact the Department of City and Regional Planning, via email@example.com.