Everyday geographies, neighbourhood effects and urban segregation – Lunch seminar at TU Delft
The words of Thérèse Saint-Julien
The evolution of social mix and segregation in Greater Paris
Accelerating the Transition to Renewables in the Context of Multiple Crises
Overcoming knowledge network failures
Ontologies and spatial dynamics
Strategies for Building Good Research Questions through the Logic of Puzzles
Higher Renewable Energy Targets in Germany
The material city
The PARIS team analyses territorial dynamics by considering that spatial and social interactions play a driving role in their composition and reconfiguration. The research is based on a diversified set of methods: spatial analysis, static and dynamic modelling, mixed qualitative and quantitative methods, and media corpus analysis.
Practices and representations of actors are increasingly being recognized. New data—web data, telephone data, and other digital traces—are mobilized to better understand spatial interactions. A fresh approach is being taken to the question of the articulation of spatial scales, from the neighbourhood to the metropolis, from the city to the world.
Temporal scales are also addressed, whether it be the slow dynamics of the evolution of city systems or the rapid dynamics at play in metropolitan spaces. Finally, spatial, social, and economic contexts are also the subject of specific research.
Originally French and European, the fields of study have been extended to the United States, Asia, and Africa, so that research is regularly put into perspective within a comparative framework.
Sophie Baudet-Michel and Hadrien Commenges