Friday, December 1 • 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Inferring Human Mobility Patterns from Mobile Phone Data

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In this talk, Dr. Shan Jiang will discuss geo-computing, modeling and visualization methods to extract from massive and passive spatiotemporal mobile phone data to advance understanding of human mobility in urban environments. She will provide a range of examples from Boston to Singapore, to demonstrate the usage of big data for travel behavior modeling and analysis, which will allow cities to monitor and forecast travel timely and efficiently, and make informed decisions on sustainable infrastructure planning and investment.

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Shan Jiang

Postdoctoral Associate, MIT DUSP
Dr. Shan Jiang is a Postdoctoral Associate in DUSP at MIT, where she received her PhD from the Urban Information Systems group and Masters in Transportation and City Planning. Her research interests lie in the fields of Big Data Analytics, GIScience, Computational Social Science... Read More →

Friday December 1, 2017 1:30pm - 1:55pm

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