I am an urban planner, designer, and data scientist working to create sustainable urban environments by harnessing new data sources and emerging technologies. My research examines the interplay between urban planning policies, the built environment, human behavior, and sustainability using computational and quantitative methods.
My recent projects have explored the sustainability of suburban neighborhood design, the long-term effects of redlining on contemporary exposure to environmental risks in disadvantaged communities, and the viability and social consequences of adopting planning models that encourage localized living.
I also develop digital tools to bolster the sustainability initiatives of cities and communities. Some examples include developing a framework for measuring transportation modes from real-time imagery and mapping one of Brazil's largest informal settlements using LiDAR data.
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