Advisory Board

 

Stefano Andreani, MA

Stefano Andreani is a licensed architect; head of INVIVIA Europe at INVIVIA Inc.; lecturer in architecture and a research associate at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University; and project manager of the Responsive Environments and Artifacts LAB (REAL) Harvard. Stefano is a pioneer in the application of outdoor eye-tracking and will advise us on the outdoor field test. More information

Prof. Jordan Lacey

Asc. Prof. Jordan Lacey, RMIT University, Melbourne is specialized in the role of sound in public space and will advise us on the influence of ambient noise in the outdoor tests. More information

Prof. Justin Hollander and Ann Sussman, RA

Justin Hollander, PhD, AICP (Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning) & lecturer Ann Sussman of Tufts University Boston are the authors of the groundbreaking study Cognitive Architecture (2015). They will reflect on the eye tracking data. More information

Prof. Davide Ruzzon

Davide Ruzzon is a practicing architect, professor and scientific director of the Neuroscience Applied to Architectural Design (NAAD) Master’s programme at the University of Venice; co-director of the new architecture magazine Intertwining; and co-ordinator of events and publications on the subject of architecture and neuroscience. Davide is also a member of the Academy of Neuro-Architecture and actively involved in the Architecture Biennale in Venice. Davide Ruzzon will strengthen our advisory board, in particular in setting up our new neuro architecture graduation track and eye-tracking research. More information

Prof. Colin Ellard

Prof. dr. Colin Ellard is professor of cognitive neuroscience and the director of the Urban Realities Laboratory at Waterloo University. He has published peer-reviewed articles on visual perception, environmental psychology, cognitive mapping, virtual reality and neuroscience in North America and Europe (see, for example Streets with no game). He has presented his work at international conferences on cognitive science, neuroscience, environmental graphic design, architecture, and planning. Colin is also a member of the Council of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture. He reflects on the test setup and proper use of the eye-tracking technology (viewed from a neurological perspective) More information

Prof. Winnie Daamen

Dr.ir. Winnie Daamen is an associate professor in the chair of Traffic Operations and Management of the Department of Transport & Planning. The focus of her work is on active modes, that is, pedestrian and cycling traffic. The core of her expertise is in data collection and data analysis, in which she will reflect on our work. More information

Prof. Marco te Brömmelstroet

Prof. dr. Marco te Brömmelstroet holds the position of Associate Professor in Urban Planning. He is specialized in qualitative research methods and the perception of space by users and is a valuable source of information for our qualitative research methods (observations and interviews). More information