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Researchers are welcome to produce 4-page (max) reports on topics that will shape future cities. Works for the following (but not limited to) topics will be considered. Visionary ideas are especially encouraged. Participation Guidelines.
Methods, analytics and models that predict foot traffic and signals that make a business successful.
How do cities grow and how do urban dynamics and patterns manifest in terms of venue interactions?
We welcome works that address urban social phenomena by means of urban mobility data and help improve living conditions in cities.
Visualisation methods and cartography tools for urban modelling and analytics.
Works that use mobile datasets to understand and improve urban transport and accessibility.
Emergent properties in urban systems, gravity and network models of venue and area interactions.
As part of the challenge, access to a longitudinal mobility dataset describing venue interactions in the world's top cities will be provided to participating research groups.
Communications Manager, Foursquare
Center for Data Science,
New York University
Mathematics Department, University of Namur
Sr. Director, Communications, Foursquare
Head of Core Technology,
Geoff Boeing, Northeastern University, USA
Kostas Pelechrinis, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Vanessa Frias-Martinez, University of Maryland, USA
Enrique Frias-Martinez, Telefonica Research, Spain
Yves-Alexandre de Montoye, Imperial College, UK
Michael Szell, ITU Copenhagen, Denmark
Rossano Schifanella, University of Turin, Italy
Marta Gonzalez, UC Berkeley, USA
Stefan Feuerriegel, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Cristina Kadar, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Krittika D'Silva, Cambridge University, UK
Mirco Musolesi, University College London, UK
George Roussos, Birkbeck College, UK
Bruno Goncalves, JP Morgan, USA
Flora Salim, RMIT University, Australia
Xiao Zhou, Cambridge University, UK
Luca Maria-Aiello, Bell Labs, Cambridge UK
Euro Beinat, University of Salzburg, Austria
Esteban Moro, MIT Media Lab, USA
Andrea Baronchelli, City University, UK
Daniele Quercia, Bell Labs, Cambridge UK
Opening Date for Declaration of Interest and Data Access: 15th of March, 2019 onwards.
Closing Date for Declaration of Interest and Data Access: 31st of March, 2019.
*** Email: firstname.lastname@example.org from an address of your organisation
with subject being your project's title and the email to include a list of participants and a
400-word project description. ***
Conference Dates: 8-10 July 2019
Submission Deadline: 8th of May, 2019
Notification of Acceptance: 15th of May, 2019
Submission Website: 4-Page report at Easychair FCC19
Location: Mathematical Institute, Oxford University, UK