Minisymposium: The future of urban accessibility modelling with novel data sources
We would like to welcome you to hear and discuss urban accessibility modelling

When & Where

Date: Thursday 09th November

Time: 12:30-15:30

Location: Physicum D101, Kumpula campus



12.30-12.50 Tuuli Toivonen (University of Helsinki): Introduction to the symposium

12.50-13.10 Michael Widener (University of Toronto): Analysing multimodal food accessibility: case Toronto

13.10-13.30 Henrikki Tenkanen: (University of Helsinki): Analysing multimodal accessibility with novel data sources case Helsinki metropolitan region

13.30-13.50 Rainer Kujala (Aalto University): Travel times and transfers in public transport: Comprehensive accessibility analysis based on Pareto-optimal journeys

13.50-14.10 Coffee break

14.10-14.30 Anssi Joutsiniemi (title confirmed later)

14.30-14.50 Commentaries from city planners (confirmed later)

14.50-15.30 Wrap-up panel discussion


The minisymposium is organized by Digital Geography Lab. See more of our research here.