Prof Andy Hudson-Smith
Professor of Digital Urban Systems
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
Faculty of the Built Environment
- Joined UCL
- 1st Nov 2000
With a research focus on location based digital technologies he has been at the forefront of web technologies for communication, outreach and linked to the digital built environment. He has a Co-I/Pi research grant income in excess of £15 million with his recent grant output focused on the Internet of Things and the Olympic Park. His contribution to knowledge and outreach in the fields of the Internet of Things, smart cities, big data, digital geography, urban planning and the built environment have been wide ranging with an impact strategy focused on policy, outreach and the public understanding of science.
His research can be found at http://www.digitalurban.org or @digitalurban on Twitter
Professor Andrew Hudson-Smith is course founder of the MRes in Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualisation at University College London and the MSc in Smart Cities and Urban Analytics and the MRes in Smart Cities at CASA. Andy also contributes to courses on the throughout the Bartlett and externally.
- University College London
- MSc, | 1996
- University of Plymouth
- BSc, Geography | 1992
Professor Andrew Hudson-Smith is Director of The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at University College London. Andy is a Professor of Digital Urban Systems and Editor-in-Chief of Future Internet Journal, he is also an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a member of the Greater London Authority Smart London Board. In addition he is academic lead for The Smart Queen Elizabeth Park Park project on behalf of the LLDC and a member of the EPSRC Digital Economy Programme Advisory Board.