The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis


Dissertation Day at CASA 2015

4 September 2015

CASA Students 2014-15

Its been fantastic year on the MSc Smart Cities and Urban Analytics, MRes Smart Cities and our MRes on Spatial Analysis and Urban Visualisation (now known as Spatial Data Science and Visualisation for the 2016 intake). The deadline for dissertation submission is 1st September each year, a time for celebration and a step back to look at the wide variety of research topics explored.

The photo above shows the first few to arrive.

The full list of dissertation titles are listed below.

MRes Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualisation

Oliver Dawkins: Virtual Planning for Real

Sally-Ann Goold: Using Big Data to Estimate Happiness in Small Areas

Polly Hudson: Creating Building Attribute Data to Analyse Demoition in the Building Stock

Yuefeng Jiang: Improving Air Quality by Data Analysis and Visualisation: Tower Bridge Lift Decision Support System Design

Heidi Mok: Linking Open Data to a Spatial Problem Solving Workflow

Kaisa J Puustinen-Hopper: Sound and the City. Ambient Sound and Emotion in Urban Environment

MRes Smart Cities

Sofia Cavalcante: The Role of a Public Space in an Educational Campus

Alina Marin: Detecting home-work patterns in the LondonUnderground usage from smart card data

Philippe Vaillant: Beyond commuting flows: spatial communities in London throughout time and demographics

MSc Smart Cities and Urban Analytics

Salman Altuwariki: Testing the Environmental and Economical Validity of using Accelerated Moving Walkways for Public Transportation

Martin Barner: Multiscale Entropy in the Spatial Context of Cities

Federico Fontani: Usability of Google Trends to Support Urban Planning, Management and Policy

Shuo Gao: Land Use Transportation Interaction Model in Daily Commuting Flow: A Case Study of London MSOA's

Tai Tong Kam: An Investigation in Defining Neighbourhood Boundaries Using Location Based Social Media

Martin Lanoux: 19th Century Paris and the Ambition of Smart Technology to Build the Ideal City

Da Li: Spatial Analysis of England and Wales Housing Market by Urban Scaling Law and Machine Learning

Honglei Mao: Whether Open Data is Useful to Sainsbury Track Competitors Movements in the UK

Sharon Richardson: Measuring Mobile Digital Footprints

Edmund Rous-Eyre: An Analysis of Zipcar Members using Geodemographics

Tianjiao Xue: Urban green space analysis and green network case study in Shanghai, China

Yuxun Zhang: Usage Behavior and Demand Analysis on Dock Station in London with Mathematic Models

Yiqiang Zhao: Agent-based Modelling of Underground Emergency Evacuation

Kongying Zhou: Analysis of the Domestic and Non-domestic Energy Consumption pattern of London with simple modelling of potential district heating project