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Aretian Urban Analytics and Design presented at the Stockholm Tech Live 2022

Ramon Gras Alomà, Aretian co-founder and Harvard researcher, recently presented Aretian’s research at the Stockholm Smart City Conference and Expo 2022. Stockholm Smart City Conference and Expo takes place alongside Stockholm Tech Live, a venue showcasing the very latest in digital technology. It attracts a broad range of influential thought leaders and innovators ready to invest in the technologies and solutions that will shape tomorrow’s world. The mission of this event is to create better urban environments for citizens around the world by promoting social innovation, digitalization and sustainability. This Urbanism event helps identify opportunities for the biggest urbanism practitioners Europe and Worldwide.


Atlas of Innovation Districts Urban AI Aretian Harvard City Science Urban Design Paris Ramon Gras Alomà Jeremy Burke Fernando Yu Urban Innovation Network Theory Harvard SEAS Harvard GSD Aretian Urban Analytics and Design Boston Cambridge La Sorbonne 15-Minute City Fifteen-minute city Carlos Moreno Barcelona Sandy Pentland Stockholm Stockholm Smart City Conference 2022 Stockholm Tech Live

During this conference, Ramon presented the work that Aretian Urban Analytics and Design has been developing during the past few years, focusing on shaping the urban design and economic development strategy of innovation districts, to ignite their positive effects on urban environments and societies. He explained the 3 networks studied by Aretian; the Network of Talents, the Network of Industries, and the Network of Urban Infrastructure, as each of these urban layers is related to the innovation potential of urban environments. Ramon also presented Aretian’s most recent paper which, explores the 10 different city typologies and their potential related to the 15-minute city. The 15-minute-city is a novel concept redeveloped by Carlos Moreno which aims at an urban location where most human needs for amenities are located within a travel distance of 15 minutes by foot. The research Aretian led on this topic was very conclusive and defined the fractal city as the most successful typology to be paired with the 15-minute city.


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Atlas of Innovation Districts Urban AI Aretian Harvard City Science Urban Design Paris Ramon Gras Alomà Jeremy Burke Fernando Yu Urban Innovation Network Theory Harvard SEAS Harvard GSD Aretian Urban Analytics and Design Boston Cambridge La Sorbonne 15-Minute City Fifteen-minute city Carlos Moreno Barcelona Sandy Pentland Stockholm Stockholm Smart City Conference 2022 Stockholm Tech Live


Atlas of Innovation Districts Urban AI Aretian Harvard City Science Urban Design Paris Ramon Gras Alomà Jeremy Burke Fernando Yu Urban Innovation Network Theory Harvard SEAS Harvard GSD Aretian Urban Analytics and Design Boston Cambridge La Sorbonne 15-Minute City Fifteen-minute city Carlos Moreno Barcelona Sandy Pentland Stockholm Stockholm Smart City Conference 2022 Stockholm Tech Live


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