In an article published in “Cities Today,” Ramon Gras, M.D.E. ’18, and Jeremy Burke, M.D.E. ’18, argue that modern approaches to urban design are problematic because they are based on inexact understandings of how cities function.
Gras and Burke write that new methods from data science and complexity theory should be incorporated into urban planning in an effort to empower individuals to understand cities in all their complexity.
(left) Ramon Gras, M.D.E. ’18, and Jeremy Burke, M.D.E. ’18
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