Geospatial data and tools are crucial to facilitate an agile ecosystem for the socio-technical processes in cities.
Gamze Dane is an Assistant Professor at the Chair of Information Systems of the Built Environment Faculty of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Her areas of expertise include urban planning and geographical information systems (GIS). Gamze’s research interests focus on explaining citizen and stakeholder behavior in urban environments by integrating econometric models and information technologies (such as GIS, sensors, location-based services) into urban models in order to provide policy formulations for sustainable developments.
Gamze Dane obtained her PhD in Urban Planning at TU/e and also holds an MSc in Geographical information systems and Decision Making from Dokuz Eylül University, Izmir, Turkey. She is currently the principal investigator for two Horizon 2020 projects: ‘Regeneration and optimization of cultural heritage in creative and knowledge cities’ and ‘Circular models leveraging investments in cultural heritage adaptive reuse’. Within these projects, her aim is to provide smart tools using information systems for sustainable transformation of cultural heritage areas. In addition, she has assisted an Education Innovation Project funded by 4TU.
Gamze has held several talks on invitation for various parties, including Istanbul Technical University. At TU/e, she is also involved in supervising PhD, master and bachelor students, conducting research and lecturing several courses such as Information Management and Process Modeling, Smart City and Research & Development.
Increasing awareness for urban cultural heritage based on 3D narrative systemInternational Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences (2018)
Experiences of Event Visitors in Time and Space: GPS Tracking at Dutch Design WeekAGILE 2018, 21st Conference on Geo-information Science (2018)
Impacts of large-scale truck platooning on Dutch highways21st EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting (EWGT 2018) (2018)
Are building users prepared for energy flexible buildings?—A large-scale survey in the NetherlandsApplied Energy (2017)
Determinants of energy saving and consumption behavior of tenants in the NetherlandsBEHAVE 2016 4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency, 8-9 September 2016, Coimbra, Portugal (2016)
- Bachelor End project USRE
- Process modeling and information management
- Research and development project
- Project Smart Cities
- Geographic Modeling of the built environment
- Graduation project construction management and engineering
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