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Claudia Hedwig van der Laag

Claudia Hedwig van der Laag

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Claudia van der Laag (formerly Yamu) is an architect and urban planner. She is an expert on transport land use planning including people's behaviour in cities applying a wide-range of analytical techniques including method and tool development at the forefront of virtual modelling. As a former project consultant she excels in combining the theoretical innovations with practice-oriented solutions and has been involved in numerous international projects. Claudia was awarded the prestigious Michael Breheny Prize in 2015 for her work on multiscale, multifractal urban planning models. She is an editorial board member for Springer’s The Urban Book Series and has been a reviewer for national research funding agencies in Europe and the Middle East. She holds a PhD in Architecture from TU Wien connecting architecture, urban planning and computer science and a PhD in Geography and Regional Planning in complexity-based modelling from Université de Franche-Comté. She dedicates her work to the development of sustainable cities and regions.

Expertise: urban informatics, space syntax, geometric fractal models, digital twins, mixed methods, transport land use planning, socio-economic processes, people's behaviour in cities, decision support, civic engagement.

Topics: sustainable cities, walkable cities, smart cities, fractal cities, urban morphogenesis, urban policies

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner

Mohamed, Abdelabaseer; van der Laag Yamu, Claudia (2023). Space Syntax has Come of Age: A Bibliometric Review from 1976 to 2023. Journal of planning literature.

Garau, Chiara; Annunziata, Alfonso; Yamu, Claudia Hedwig ; D`Orlando, Dario; Giuman, Marco (2023). Investigating the socio-spatial logic of historic urban areas through space syntax A comparative analysis of the Roman towns Cosa, Nora, Timgad and Thuburbo Majus. 18 s. Tema. Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment. Vol. 16.

Quek, Hou Yee; Sielker, Franziska; Akroyd, Jethro; Bhave, Amit; von Richthofen, Aurel; Herthogs, Pieter; Yamu, Claudia ; Wan, Lin; Nochta, Timea; Burgess, Gemma; Lim, Mei Qi; Mosbach, Sebastian; Kraft, Markus (2023). The conundrum in smart city governance: Interoperability and compatibility in an ever-growing ecosystem of digital twins. 19 s. Data & Policy. Vol. 5.

Soares, Isabelle; Van Quoc, Thai; Yamu, Claudia Hedwig ; Weitkamp, Gerd (2022). Socio-spatial aspects of creativity and their role in the planning and design of university campuses`public spaces: A practitioners`perspective. Data & Policy. Vol. 4.

Yamu, Claudia Hedwig ; Garau, Chiara (2022). The 15-min city: a configurational approach for understanding the spatial, economic, and congnitive context of walkability in Vienna. Gervasi, Osvaldo; Murgante, Beniamino; Misra, Sanjay; Rocha, Ana Maria A.C.; Garau, Chiara (Red.). Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2022 Workshops, Part 1. s. 387-404. Springer.

Yamu, Claudia ; van Nes, Akkelies; Garau, Chiara (2021). Bill Hillier’s legacy: Space syntax—a synopsis of basic concepts, measures, and empirical application. Sustainability. Vol. 13.

Hidayati, Isti; Yamu, Claudia ; Tan, Wendy; Holzhacker, R L (2021). Understanding Mobility Inequality in Jakarta with Space Syntax. Tan, Wendy; Holzhacker, R L (Red.). Challenges of Governance: Development and Regional Integration in Southeast Asia and ASEAN. s. 183-206. Springer Nature.

Hidayati, Isti; Tan, Wendy Guan Zhen; Yamu, Claudia (2021). Conceptualizing Mobility Inequality: Mobility and Accessibility for the Marginalized. Journal of planning literature.

Hidayati, Isti; Yamu, Claudia ; Tan, Wendy (2021). You have to drive: Impacts of planning policies on urban form and mobility behavior in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Journal of Urban Management.

Soares, Isabelle; Venhost, Viktor; Weitkamp, Gerd; Yamu, Claudia (2021). The impact of the built environment on creativity in public spaces of Dutch university campuses and science parks. Journal of Urban Design.

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