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Urban Meta-Morphology: Revealing the Invisible Image of the City

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Terreform Principal Researcher, Damiano Cerrone, was invited to present at the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM). Located in UCLA campus, ICAM is a NSF Mathematical Sciences Institute dedicated to bringing researchers from various disciplines and areas of mathematics for interdisciplinary collaboration.

Presenting during Workshop 1: Culture Analytics Beyond Text: Image, Music, Video, Interactivity and Performance, Damiano's talk, Urban Meta-Morphology. Revealing the Invisible Image of the City, aimed to "hack the invisible city, leverage the strengths of urban spaces and explore how the many characters, all the different layers of the urban fabric come together."

Watch his presentation below, and read his abstract on the IPAM's website.

2015 Young Scholar of the Year

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Terreform principal investigator, Damiano Cerreno, was awarded the Young Scholar Award by ESRI. Check out his research project, A Sense of Place, commissioned by the City of Turku, Finland. The project studied how Location Based Social Network data can be used in urban and transportation planning. The resulting maps visualized various scenarios including the effects of a proposed new tram line. Cerrone presented his project at UC San Diego (video).

Cerrone is also a founding member of the academic research collaboration, SPIN Unit. Their map was awarded 2nd prize in ESRI's 'Most Unique Map of the Year'. See it here