Civic Analytics

The Civic Analytics program integrates the theory and practice of urban science to acquire, analyze, and derive insight from data in order to better understand the challenges facing cities and society. We focus on rigorous, problem-oriented research that serves the dual purposes of advancing our scientific knowledge and supporting evidenced-based public-sector decision-making to achieve measurable social impact. Our work connects computation and data analytics to the health, sustainability, and resilience of cities.

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Paper
/ Mar 31,2020

Mandatory Building Energy Audits Alone

are Insufficient to Meet Climate Goals 

by Constantine Kontokosta, Sokratis Papadopoulos, Danielle Spiegel-Feld
more on: emissions, energy
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Featured Blog Posts

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Blog
/ Jul 13,2020

Working 9 to 5?

Measuring Hyperlocal Worker Productivity with Public WiFi Network Data

more on: data, employment
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Blog
/ Jan 11,2021

Constantine Kontokosta Serves as Keynote Speaker

for the 2020 Seoul Big Data Forum

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Blog
/ Mar 06,2018

Improving Housing Inspections

Marron's Inaugural Seed Grant Award

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Featured Press Posts

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Leader: Constantine Kontokosta

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