Ramon Gras Alomà was recently mentioned in BostInno as one of the "Boston Area Tech and Startup Mover and Shaker Thought Leader" for his work as an Urban Innovation researcher at Harvard University and Co-Founder at Aretian Urban Analytics and Design, with Jeremy Burke. As one of the leaders of Aretian, Ramon Gras Alomà works relentlessly in order to anchor communities and individuals to urban environments better suited for innovative growth and sustainability.
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Aretian Urban Analytics and Design is a Harvard Innovation Labs startup that has developed a new scientific theory of cities to empower the next generation of policymakers, private firms, and city planners. The new methodology was created by using network theory concepts and data science techniques and that combines practices from complexity science, machine learning, urban design, and network theory, in order to create better cities, districts, and communities. Aretian also manages to describe social, geographic, and economic patterns in urban and rural environments and this approach provides powerful insights on a wide range of topics, from architectural design optimization to sustainability planning and economic development.