Developing design and decision support solutions for architecture and urban planning challenges
As a result of processes becoming increasingly complex in recent years, integrated solutions to architectural and urban planning and design challenges, such as the development of smart cities, need to be assessed from multiple perspectives. Existing models and tools often fail to meet this requirement. The aim of the DDSS research program is to develop groundbreaking design and decision support systems that focus on particular types of design and planning problems in architecture and urban planning. The main objective of the DDSS research program is to conduct Innovative academically rigorous research, which is of practical relevance.Read more
Our research groups
The DDSS research program consists of three research groups.
Information Systems in the Built EnvironmentThe ISBE Group carries out research and education in the field of information systems used for the...
Real Estate Management and DevelopmentThe REMD group is responsible for education and research in the area of real estate management and...
Urban PlanningThe focus of the Urban Planning Group is on developing models and integrating these into decision...
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
SIRPSS : sustainable industrial site redevelopment planning support system4th International Conference on Decision Support System Technology, ICDSST 2018 (2018)
Influence of social networks on latent choice of electric cars : a mixed logit specification using experimental design dataNetworks and Spatial Economics (2016)
Decision support tool for sustainable renovation projects in the Dutch Housing CorporationsCISBAT 2015, September 9-11, 2015, Lausanne, Switzerland (2015)
Development of a multi-desciplinary university wide design course16th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Futures (CAAD Futures 2015) (2015)
Money allocation to out-of-home leisure activities and the organization of these activities in time and spaceInternational Journal of Sustainable Transport (2015)