Data for Urban Planning in the Bay Area

May 8, 2018 · Brooklyn, United States of America

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ABSTRACT

Experience three demos of data tools developed by students in Stanford’s Sustainable Urban Systems Initiative for local governments and communities in the Bay Area to achieve sustainability, resilience, and equity goals. (1) Estimate and mitigate future direct and indirect socioeconomic losses for low-lying communities in the County of San Mateo. (2) Examine the viability in affordable housing in the City of East Palo Alto through the development of accessory dwelling units, and how it may be impacted by zoning changes. (3) See how the Sustainable Development Goals have been localized in the City of San Jose through time-bound, measurable decarbonization goals with multi-stakeholder partnerships.


FACILITATORS


Derek Ouyang
Lecturer
Stanford Sustainable Urban Systems Initiative

Derek Ouyang, age 26, graduated from Stanford University in 2013 with dual Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering and Architectural Design, and in 2015 with a Master’s in Structural Engineering. He has been featured as an up-and-coming designer in the Los Angeles Times, in Home Energy magazine’s “30 under 30”, and at TEDxStanford. He is Founder of Cloud Arch Studio, Co-Founder of City Systems, and Lecturer in Stanford’s Sustainable Urban Systems Initiative.


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