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Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop
Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz
Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology

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  • Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011Mapping Invisibles- acquiring GIS for urban planner workshopdr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University ofLodzStudents:Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik,Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki,Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna WestrychFaculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyThis presentation schedule:1. Short introduction and the methodology2. Main assumption concerning the course3. Presentation of the results. Architecture for Society of Knowledge Master degree course in Architecture and Urban Planning by Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology Geographic Information Systems - parametric representation of urban space Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyThe communicative planning theory as a basis for the course.Key emphases:• all forms of knowledge are socially constructed, itʼs the social context within which individuals form interests;• the development and communication of knowledge and reasoning take many forms;• the relations of power have the potential to oppress and dominate through the assumptions and practices;• the public policies which seek to be efficient, effective and accountable need to draw upon knowledge and reasoning;• this leads towards collaborative consensus-building practices, which have the capacity to endure, in other words, to build cultures;• the planning work is both embedded in its context of social relations, and has a capacity to challenge and change these relations. Patsy Healey, John Forester, Bengt Flyvberg, John Friedman, Charlie Jürgen Habermas: the theory Hoch, Judy Innes, Tore Sager and others of communicative rationality Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology Providers / senders Form of communication Level of communication Addressees IT experts Collaborative software Cooperation IT experts Professionals - authors Games Discussion Professionals - authors Professionals - milieu 3D VRML/ Animation Voting Professionals - milieu Officials/ Politicians Forum/ chat/ communicators Opinions Officials/ Politicians Local organizations PPGIS Transactions/ services Local organizations Stakeholders Formularies/ email Education Stakeholders Citizens/ Groups of citizens Text/illustrations/ downloadable Information Citizens/ Groups of citizens dataFig.4. Net participation - classification. Schema author after (Hudson-Smith et al, 2002) Source: Hanzl M.: Information Technology as a tool for publicparticipation in urban planning: a review of experiments and potentials in Design Studies 2007 Volume: 28, Issue: 3, Publisher: Elsevier, Pages: 289-307 “The essential tasks to achieve with the use of new media are: providing a communication platform which suppresses a barrier of non-professionalism, allowing for distant contacts and enabling participatory process management. “ Ibidem. Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology “An image of the city that has artistic merits attracts its viewers with itsseductive qualities and is likely to inspire immediate reactions”Amoroso N.: The Exposed City, Mapping the Urban Invisibles, Routledge New York (2010)1. The “Densityscape” image of Manhattan’s 2001 population density, geo-positioned into Google Earth, 2. Asnapshot moment of the “Market-valuescape” of Manhattan, geo-referenced into Google EarthIbidem.Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyPetra Kempf: You are the city, Observation, Organization and Transformation of Urban Settings, Lars MüllerPublishers, Baden, Switzerland 2009Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology “1. It is the work of the urban architect to capture, in a geometric web, suchvaried and dynamic human and natural elements. 2. The form of a city and theforms of its many elements are therefore shaped by multiple, independent forces,and each has independent measures of excellence. (...). Passoneau J.R., Wurman R.S.: Urban Atlas: 20 American Cities: A communication Study Notating Selected Urban Data at a Scale of 1:48 000 Cambridge MA, MIT Press 1966, p.4, citation after Amoroso N.: The Exposed City, Mapping the Urban Invisibles, Routledge New York (2010) “Ultimately, dealing with the city we need to embrace its emergent nature, itsunfolding events and ceaseless encounters that are informed and imagined bymany people at a time.” Petra Kempf: You are the city, Observation, Organization and Transformation of Urban Settings, Lars Müller Publishers, Baden, Switzerland 2009 Liza Doolittle from My Fair Lady after Tollitt P.: "Words, words, words, Im sick of words! Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology Main assumptions concerning expected students skills: 1. observation, analysis and then conversion of gathered data intocomprehensible presentation - visualisation of data in an attractive way,also with the use of 3D geo-infographics 2. emphasis on the development of the analytical/methodologicalworkshop 3. ‘crowd sourcing’ as a tool to gather information and to communicatewith the public. Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCharleroi Canal in Brussels – social polarisation as genesis of malfunctioning - visualisation,ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Agata Wierzbicka, Ewa StankiewiczCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCharleroi Canal in Brussels – social polarisation as genesis of malfunctioning - visualisation, Physical factors:1. Open spaces in relation to residential area, 2. Relations between localisation of different functionsASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Agata Wierzbicka, Ewa StankiewiczCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCharleroi Canal in Brussels – social polarisation as genesis of malfunctioning - visualisation,Physical factors: 1. Open spaces in relation to residential area, 2. Relations between buildings and theirdistance to the nearest shop, 3. Industrial buildings devided by the dependence on the canalASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Agata Wierzbicka, Ewa StankiewiczCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCharleroi Canal in Brussels – social polarisation as genesis of malfunctioning - visualisation,Social factors: 1. Division of neighborhood by the condition and status level, 2. Overlay of different layersASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Agata Wierzbicka, Ewa StankiewiczCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologySpatial model of public transport in Wrocław – methods of managing the data: 1. manual, 2. potentiallyautomatic, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, student: Tomasz Kujawski„(...) After some experience with retyping data from website, checking compatibility with map, and writing up a new data sheet, I wisheverybody to learn methods how to connect any datasheet to drawing. It is useful, for one can work on mastering THE QUESTION, notfingerjoints.  (...)”Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyWroclaw center’s borded drawn by capacity and location of tram transport nodes, proceeded for 7-9 a.m. Onworkdays, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, student: Tomasz Kujawski„(...) value for each tram stop is counted in linear proportion to trams stopping. Relatively, the images show the proportion between usage ofmain nodes. Quantitatively, the capacity was calculated as the number of trams stopping multiplied by 240 (intuitively estimated averagecapacity of tram), and divided by 5, according to estimation that in the city center personal average travel would be 2,5km long (average 500mbetween stops) (...)”Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyWroclaw center’s borded drawn by capacity and location of tram transport nodes, proceeded for 7-9 a.m. Onworkdays, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, student: Tomasz Kujawski„(...) value for each tram stop is counted in linear proportion to trams stopping. Relatively, the images show the proportion between usage ofmain nodes. Quantitatively, the capacity was calculated as the number of trams stopping multiplied by 240 (intuitively estimated averagecapacity of tram), and divided by 5, according to estimation that in the city center personal average travel would be 2,5km long (average 500mbetween stops) (...)”Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyMap of avarage buildings’ height in chosen directions form Wroclaw center, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011,tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, student: Tomasz Kujawski„(...) Heights contain values from 5(for small industry) to 40 (for churches), and further they rely on newspaper knowledge about higher points.As the heights were assigned, the extrusion was proceeded according to (height) ^ 1.5 + 15. Because of that, the higher the point gets, the biggerthe difference is. For 5 areas exceeding 60m the top point was taken. For gothic churches and towers, height of the naves roof defined the totalheight. (...)”Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyAgata Sander, Tomasz Kujawski "Waste Collector Skyscraper" designed for Shanghai was mentioned ateVolo competition 2011 "skyscraper for XXI century". The design was morphologically based on quantitiesand methods of processing of municipal solic waste (MSW).Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging project - very first ideas concerning tagging the city, 1.Where is Waldo? Melanie Coles’ Emily CarrInstitute Graduation Project (source: http://whereonearthiswaldo.wordpress.com/), 2. WAPW design concept,ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata HanzlCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging project - first trials, W-shaped path, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata HanzlCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging 3: Graphic presentation of the results.ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Michał Miszkurka, Katarzyna Westrych,Semir Poturak Cities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging 1: Iphone with decibel application used for measuring noise, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011,tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Krystian Kwieciński, Karol Dzik, Paulina KowalczykCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging 1: Camera with fixed settings used for measuring luminosity, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011,tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Krystian Kwieciński, Karol Dzik, Paulina KowalczykCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging 2: 1. Devices used in the exercise - pulse measuring at regular intervals to create an emotionalrepresentation of the path. Inspiration: Christian Nold, Emotional cartography - Technologies of the Self, 2009,2. Results of pulse measurements. ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students:Anna Śliwka, Maciej Burdalski, Mateusz WójcickiCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging 1: Gray values for each location were exported and served to compare the luminosity levels, ASKseminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Krystian Kwieciński, Karol Dzik, PaulinaKowalczykCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging 1: Luminosity/sound level results, ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011, tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl,students: Krystian Kwieciński, Karol Dzik, Paulina KowalczykCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of TechnologyCity Tagging 2: Results of pulse measurements related to the city structure. ASK seminarium GIS 2010/2011,tutor dr Malgorzata Hanzl, students: Anna Śliwka, Maciej Burdalski, Mateusz WójcickiCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011
  • Mapping Invisibles -acquiring GIS for urban planner workshop dr Małgorzata Hanzl - Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Technical University of Lodz Students: Ewa Stankiewicz, Agata Wierzbicka, Tomasz Kujawski, Karol Dzik, Paulina Kowalczyk, Krystian Kwiecinski, Maciek Burdalski, Anna Śliwka, Mateusz Wójcicki, Michał Miszkurka, Semir Poturak, Katarzyna Westrych - Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology Thank you for your attention in case of questions: mhanzl@p.lodz.plCities Technologies and Planning Workshop 11, ICCSA Conference, Santander Spain, 20-23 June 2011