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Gamze Dane
Assistant Professor, Smart and Sustainable Transformation of Cities at Eindhoven University of Technology


An Assistant Professor at the Chair of Information Systems of the Built Environment Faculty of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) Gamze areas of expertise include urban planning and geographical information systems (GIS). Her research interests focus on explaining citizen and stakeholder behavior in urban environments by integrating econometric models and information technologies (such as GIS, sensors, location-based services) into urban models in order to provide policy formulations for sustainable development. She is currently the principal investigator for two Horizon 2020 projects and a Dutch national project. Established in the 1950’s, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is based on a shared model public private partnership of applied research with industry including work with the Brainport Region of Eindhoven. With specialisms in Health, Energy and Smart Mobility research the University institutes TU/e High Tech Systems Center, Data Science Center, Institute for Complex Molecular Systems and Institute for Photonic Integration combine industry needs and government strategy. Open innovation on sustainable site includes the use of campus “living labs” to promote “bottom up” approaches to urban challenges. Interdisciplinary work takes place across architecture, urban planning, computer science, artificial intelligence, civil engineering, social psychology and statistics. Within ROCK project TU/e co-ordinates demonstrator actions together with University of Bologna assisting Replicator Municipalities developing demo actions.

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Agenda Sessions

  • How sensors, smart control systems and data in urban planning is preserving cultural heritage in the city of tomorrow: A case study of Liverpool and the ROCK Project

    , 14:20