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Thursday, October 12 • 13:30 - 14:45
Short Talks: Data & Research

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From an experiment exploring how psychological ownership relates to perceptions of publicness, to a look at the effects of crowds on the sociability of public spaces, this session of short presentations on data and research will dive deep into metrics and analysis of public spaces and placemaking.

Featuring:

Liberty Bell: A Field Audit for Cyclists
Conor Cahill (Dublin, Ireland)

Baltimore, YNOT!
Jennifer Goold (Baltimore, MD, USA)

Measuring Social Placemaking, One Conversation at a Time
Philippa Hughes (Washington, DC, USA)

Urban95: If you could experience a city from an elevation of 95cm, what would you do differently?

Ardan Kockelkoren (The Hague, Netherlands)

Psychological Ownership of Public Spaces
Hanna Negami (Toronto, ON, Canada)

The Soundscape Approach to Placemaking
Antonella Radicchi (Berlin, Germany)

Turtles & Rabbits of the City: How Do Different Types of Pedestrian Movement Affect Sociability of Public Spaces? 
by Shaghayegh Tavakoli (Stockholm, Sweden)

Moderators
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Daniel Latorre

Senior Fellow, Digital Placemaking, Project for Public Spaces
Daniel set up PPS’ Digital Placemaking program starting in January of 2010. He set up this practice at PPS to authentically marry Placemaking with current online civic engagement best practices and build the right staffing mix to communicate it. Since February of 2013 Daniel moved... Read More →

Presenters
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Conor Cahill

Social Innovator, Fluidedge Innovation
With a diverse background in digital user experience, industrial design and a passion for bicycling advocacy in Dublin, Conor is the social innovator behind Liberty Bell - a smart city bicycle bell which is helping inform the conversation about bicycling and public spaces.
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Jennifer Goold

Executive Director, The Neighborhood Design Center
Jennifer Goold joined the Neighborhood Design Center in 2012 after more than a decade of work in cultural resources management, historic preservation, development and planning. At NDC, she directs all aspects of the center’s operations including staff, programs, outreach, and fundraising... Read More →
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Philippa Hughes

Social Sculptor + Creative Placemaker, Philippa Hughes
Philippa P.B. Hughes is a creative placemaker and social sculptor who designs art-fueled projects, connects people who would not normally meet in meaningful, humanizing dialogue, and catalyzes the curious to participate, innovate, act, and conspire with passion, generosity, empathy... Read More →
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Ardan Kockelkoren

Research Analyst, Bernard van Leer Foundation
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Hanna Negami

Doctoral Candidate, University of Waterloo
Hanna is a PhD candidate in cognitive neuroscience working at the Urban Realities Laboratory at the University of Waterloo. Her research interests include how built environments can induce awe, as well as how people perceive and interact with public and private spaces.
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Antonella Radicchi

IPODI-Marie Curie fellow, Technical University of Berlin
I am a registered architect, PhD in Urban Design and soundscape researcher, currently working on my project "Beyond the Noise: Open Source Soundscapes" which investigates the concept of quietness and how it impacts on placemaking in cities, by applying the citizen science paradigm... Read More →
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Shaghayegh Tavakoli

Student and researcher, The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Gemeente Amsterdam
Shaghayegh conducted her masters thesis in the field of sustainable urban planning. She studied in KTH Stockholm and worked for Gemeente Amsterdam for her research. She has an engineering bachelor in built environment from KTH, and has studied in Milan, Italy and researched in Amsterdam... Read More →


Thursday October 12, 2017 13:30 - 14:45
PDZ Floor 2: Grote Zaal (Great Hall) Pakhuis de Zwijger, Piet Heinkade 179, 1019 HC Amsterdam, Netherlands

Attendees (53)