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New urban habits in Stockholm following COVID-19

Welcome to the third webinar in Senseable Stockholm Lab’s webinar series Autumn 2020!

Time: Fri 2020-11-20 - 15.50

Location: Online (Register here – the link will be sent out after registration)

Life in Stockholm has undergone sweeping changes as a result of the pandemic restrictions. We have studied new habits in Stockholm drawing from Twitter data and a public participation survey to see how implemented restrictions have influenced the use of different locations in the city and how this may be related to living conditions.
In this webinar researchers from KTH Institute of Technology and MIT Senseable City Lab will talk about some of the new urban habits in Stockholm following COVID-19.

Moderator: Miriam Nordfors, The City of Stockholm
Presenters: Ann Legeby, KTH Institute of Technology and Cate Heine, MIT Senseable City Lab

Presentations will be held in Swedish or in English. The webinar is recorded and will be published afterwards on senseablestockholm.org.

Read more on senseablestockholm.org

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