Wednesday, April 27th

12:30pm-1:00PM

1:00pm-1:15PM

 

1:15pm-2:00PM

 

2:00pm-3:00pm

 

3:00pm-3:30pm

3:30pm-4:30pm

                                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:30pm-5:00pm

5:00pm-6:30pm

check-in/registration

conference introduction

Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, and Peter Elias, University of Warwick

opening keynote

Julia Lane,  New York University

Presentation: PCAST Technology and the Future of Cities

Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data

break

PANEl: Partnerships between academia & Policymakers

Computational Community Trial, Stacy Lindau, University of Chicago and Jonathan Ozik, Argonne National Laboratory

Collaboration as Ethics in Data Analytics, Susan Sterett, Virginia Tech

Urban Labs, Ruth Coffman, Health Lab, and Harold Pollack, Crime Lab

City of Chicago, Tom Schenk, Department of Innovation and Technology

Moderator: Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

PANEl: New data from sensors and the internet of things

Array of Things, Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data

Quantified Community, Constantine Kontokosta, NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress

break

reception

A10 Hyde Park, Eatery & Bar, 1462 E. 53rd St.


thursday, april 28th

8:30am-9:00am

9:00AM-9:15AM

 

9:15AM-10:00AM
 

 

10:00AM-10:45AM

                                                             

10:45AM-11:00AM

         11:00AM-12:00PM

 


 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

12:00PM-1:15PM

   1:15pM-2:15PM
 


 


 

 

 


 


 


 


 

 

2:15PM-2:30PM

2:30PM-3:30PM

                                   

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

3:30PM-3:45PM

3:45PM-5:00PM

continental breakfast

Introduction and Recap of Day 1

Kate Cagney, University of Chicago

research ethics and new forms of data for social and economic research

Peter Elias, University of Warwick and Hallvard Fosshein, University of Bergen

Panel response

Peter Elias, University of Warwick; Hallvard Fosshein, University of Bergen; Julia Lane,  New York University; Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago; and Nicole Marwell, University of Chicago

Break

PRESENTATION: Partnerships developed at the local, state, and federal levels around accessing government data for research and informing policymakers

Bringing Urban Data Science to Communities through the Creation of a Community Learning System, Stephanie Shipp, Virginia Tech

Linking State and Local Data to Federal Data, Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

PANEL: The Urban Sensing - Data - Privacy Nexus

Who? What? How? Why? - Four Questions for Urban Sensing and The Internet of Things, Peter Edwards - University of Aberdeen

Privacy and Urban Sensing, Caitlin Cottrill - University of Aberdeen

Moderator, Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data

PANEL: Voluntary and Involuntary Data Derived from Consumer Interactions

Consumer Data, Dani Arribas-Bel, University College London

Predicting Housing Demand in the Chicago Housing Market, Susan Parker, University of Chicago

Public Opinion Data Drawn from Gallup's U.S. Daily Tracking Survey, Dan Foy, Gallup

Moderator, Nicole Marwell, University of Chicago

LUNCH

PANEL: New Forms of Data and New Conversations about Race and Urban Spatial Analysis

Social Media and the City: Rethinking Segregation and Mobility Using Big Data, Taylor Shelton, Georgia Institute of Technology

The Spatial Voids of Chicago: Hunting for Low-Voter Turnout and Measuring Health Care Access Using GIS, Todd Schuble and Veronica Escamilla - University of Chicago

Using Shotspotter Data to Study Gun Violence, Jennifer Doleac, University of Virginia

Moderator, Kate Cagney, University of Chicago

PANEL: Working with Transportation Data from both Public and Private Transportation Services

A Peer-to-Peer Marketplace for Spatio-Temporal Transportation Resources and Truthfulness of its Users, Ouri Wolfson - University of Illinois at Chicago

App-based, On-demand Ride Services (Ridesourcing) and Transit in Shanghai, Yiyan Ge - UC Berkeley

Community Technologies, City Structure, and Urban Inequality: Evidence from Bogota's TransMilenio, Nick Tsivanidis, University of Chicago

Moderator, Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data

Break

PANEL: Urban Data & Cities

Agglomeration and Heterogeneity in Cities, Christa Brelsford, Santa Fe Institute

Analyzing and guiding Megacities: Data Challenges and Possibilities, Shade Shutters, Arizona State University

Big Data and the Village, Michael Iversen, University of Illinois at Chicago

The Use of Regional Early Warning Systems for Gentrification and Displacement, Karen Chapple, UC Berkeley

Moderator, Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

Panel: Innovation in indoor sensing

Micro-Array of Things, Stacy Lindau and Paloma Gonzalez Rojas - University of Chicago, and Douglas Pancoast, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Moderator, Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data

break

big questions working sessions

  1. What is the best way for researchers and cities to partner? What are next steps to promote these kind of partnerships? Moderator, Nicole Marwell, University of Chicago
  2. What are the new ethics and privacy issues that I need to be aware of as a researcher and academic? Moderator, Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago
  3. What are the next research opportunities that will arise out of big data? How do we better appreciate the types of new data researchers/policymakers are using? Moderator, Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data
  4. How do we better appreciate and engage with new data researchers/policymakers are using? Moderator, Kate Cagney, University of Chicago
  5. What’s missing in terms of research infrastructure? (Technical/funding/institutional supports to enable data-based discovery) Moderator, Anne Dodge, UChicago Urban

friday, April 29th

8:30AM-9:00AM

9:00AM-9:20AM

 

9:20AM-9:30AM

           9:30AM-10:30AM  

                                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:30AM-10:45AM

           10:45AM-11:45AM  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  11:45AM-12:00PM

12:00PM-12:15PM

 

12:15PM

continental breakfast

Introduction and Recap of Day 2

Nicole Marwell, University of Chicago

Break

PANEL: Big Data and Cities: Modeling Urban Performance and Analysis

Atlanta Regional Commission's Process of Developing Personal Transportation Performance Measurements (PTPM), Janae Futrell, AICP, LEED AP

Small Models, Big Data, and Urban Policy, Ignacio J. Martinez-Moyano, Argonne National Laboratory

Moderator, Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

PANEL: Social Media and Urban Violence

Forrest Stuart - University of Chicago, and Christopher Browning, The Ohio State University

Moderator, Kate Cagney, University of Chicago

PANEL: Incorporating the Sociome in Understanding Health

David Meltzer, Julian Solway, Marc Berman, Will Engler, Maggie King, and Sam Volchenboum - University of Chicago

Moderator, Ellen Cohen, University of Chicago

Break

Panel: Problem Properties, Segregation, Wage Equity, and Public Innovation: Advancing urban informatics in Boston

Dan O'Brien and Qi Wang - Boston Area Research Intiative

Nigel Jacob, City of Boston

Andrei Lapets, Boston University

Moderator, Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data

Panel: Big Data Changes Everything: The Shifting Ethical Ground of Big Data Social Research

Peter Muhlberger, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Data Science Studies: Toward a Sociotechnical and Ethical Urban Data Science, Brittany Fiore-Gartland, University of Washington

Moderator, Nicole Marwell, University of Chicago

Panel: Working with new data from previously quarantined data

Josh Seeger, NORC at the University of Chicago

Cyberenvironments in Planning: An Analysis of the Impacts of Open Data in Chicago, Claudia Vicentelo, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Moderator, Robert Goerge, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

BREAK

CLOSING REMARKS

Charlie Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data

LUnch (to Go)