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Microscopic (Aimsun) model of the network, with clustering results as links and controlled intersections as circles (intersections belonging to   in yellow,   in magenta,  in cyan, and   in black). (For interpretation of the references to color in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.)

Modeling, Estimation, and Control in Large-scale Urban Road Networks with Remaining Travel Distance Dynamics 

Isik Ilber Sirmatel, Dimitrios Tsitsokas, Anastasios Kouvelas, Nikolas Geroliminis
2021

Image credit: Guangyu Du / MIT Senseable City Lab

The Universal Visitation Law of Human Mobility

Markus Schläpfer, Lei Dong, Kevin O’Keeffe, Paolo Santi, Michael Szell, Hadrien Salat, Samuel Anklesaria, Mohammad Vazifeh, Carlo Ratti, Geoffrey B. West
2021


51N4E, Denkstatt, Endeavour, Design in Dialogue

51N4E, Denkstatt, Endeavour, Design in Dialogue

Seppe De Blust, Freek Persyn et al.
2021

Relational Theories of Urban Form. An Anthology

Daniel Kiss and Simon Kretz (Editors)
2021

Dead wood in a mountain forest near Davos, Graubünden. © Ana Stritih, ETH Zürich

The Impact of Land-use Legacies and Recent Management on Natural Disturbance Susceptibility in Mountain Forests

Ana Stritih, Cornelius Senf, Rupert Seidl, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, Peter Bebi
2021

Paradise Now  Die neuen Grenzen des Gartens

Paradise Now. Die neuen Grenzen des Gartens

Günther Vogt, Violeta Burckhardt, Frank Fehrenbach (Hg.)
2021

Grenzen überschreiten – Räume aktivieren. Transnationale Ansätze der Raumplanung in Europa

Internationales Doktorandenkolleg – Forschungslabor Raum (Hg.)
2021

Fig. 1. The Three Horizons framework used to convene dialogue about how to achieve transformation. Each horizon represents a combination of particular ways of doing things (e.g. approach, technology, actions, values, mindsets). The viability of these ways change over time as surrounding conditions change, with the third horizon dominated system eventually emerging as more viable. The framework helps to identify: (1) Challenges that dominate the present that inhibit progress towards a more viable way of doing things (Horizon 1); (2) Features of a desired future systems (Horizon 3) and the innovations needed for new systems to emerge (Horizon 2). For the latter, distinctions are made between innovations that help create forward momentum (H2+) and those likely to be captured by existing systems and which can reinforce the status quo (H2−). This framework is not a theory, but rather seeks to support the practice of identifying pathways for system change.

Transforming Knowledge Systems for Life on Earth: Visions of Future Systems and how to get there

Ioan Fazey, Niko Schäpke (…) Tobias Luthe (…) et al.
2020

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Neues Soziales Wohnen

Dr. Marie Glaser
2020

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Zuhause alt werden

Dr. Eveline Althaus & Angela Birrer
2019


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Rewriting Architecture 10+1 Actions: Tabula Scripta

Editors: Floris Alkemade, Michiel van Iersel, Jarrik Ouburg, Mark Minkjan
2020

Projektdokumentation Jugendjobbörse Winterthur

Projektdokumentation Jugendjobbörse Winterthur

Angela Birrer, Eveline Althaus
2020

MaaS bundle design: Fig. 3. Exemplary stated choice experiment (Ho et al., 2020a).

MaaS Bundle Design

Daniel J. Reck, David A. Hensher, Chinh Q. Ho
2020

Pedrozzi Perpetuating Architecture

Perpetuating Architecture

Martino Pedrozzi, Günther Vogt, Thomas Kissling, Bruno Reichlin, Sebastiano Brandolini
2020

Upscaling Earth. Material, Process, Catalyst

Anna Heringer, Lindsay Blair Howe, Martin Rauch
2020

Exklusiv Europabrücke

Exklusiv Europabrücke. Auf Umwegen durch Zürich-Altstetten

Patrick Düblin, Isabelle Fehlmann, Christophe Girot, Myriam Uzor (Hg.)
2020


Lost in Paradise

Lost in Paradise. A Journey trough the Persian Landscape

Siamak Anvari, Annemarie Bucher, Fujan Fahmi, Janic Fotsch, Christophe Girot, Javad Hoseinzadeh, Azadeh Arjomand Kermani, Reihane Khorramrouei, Amin Mahan, Ali Mousavi, Mahroo Movahedi, Dunja Richter, Shirana Shahbazi, Myriam Uzor, Saskia de Wit
2020

Urban Policy Analysis, David Kaufmann

Toward an Urban Policy Analysis

David Kaufmann, Mara Sidney
2020

Buchcover Mutation und Morphose / Mutation and Morphosis, Professur Günther Vogt

Mutation und Morphosis. Landscape as Aggregate

Günther Vogt, Thomas Kissling
2019

Khiali-​Miab, Amin, van Strien, Maarten J., Axhausen, Kay W. & Adrienne Grêt-​Regamey (2019). Combining urban scaling and polycentricity to explain socio-​economic status of urban regions. PLoS ONE, 14 (6), e0218022

Combining Urban Scaling and Polycentricity to Explain Socio-economic Status of Urban Regions

Amin Khiali-Miab, Maarten J. van Strien, Kay W. Axhausen, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
2019

Figure 1. Traffic in urban road networks. (a) Shows the layers of urban transportation networks. The city with all streets forms the basis, where a major road network takes over the connecting functions and then the public transport system. Background map is courtesy of OpenStreetMap. (b) Time series of a single detector on a street in Zurich, and (c) the corresponding scatter plot of detector occupancy versus flow. When aggregating al measurements in the purple area in (a), smooth curves in the flow-density domain (d), and in the speed density domain (e) emerge.

Understanding Traffic Capacity of Urban Networks

Allister Loder, Lukas Ambühl, Monica Menendez, Kay W. Axhausen
2019