Using mobile phone data from Colombia, this project explores the relationship between social networks, socioeconomic class, and residential mobility.
This project aims to combine data and architecture services into a platform that helps sustain property rights beyond existing individualized models.
This project addresses the global challenge of internal force displacement, rural-urban and inter-urban migrations and disruptive urban growth.
We aim to understand the dynamics of SDG implementation and monitoring at the local (city) level in the context of transitional cities in the Global South.
Using interdisciplinary methods, we propose innovative strategies to address socioeconomic challenges around commuting and social mobility.
We focus on two dimensions of urban footprint growth: the expansion of the urban extent and the dynamics of growth within the city.
Through this research, we examine the industrial transformation in Bangalore, a megacity with a substantial services-based economy.
We are evaluating the need and readiness for incorporating health considerations into settlement policy to mitigate health risks of inadequate housing.