Estefania Tapias

Estefania Tapias
ETH Zurich | ETH Zürich · Department of Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy

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“City in your Hands” aims to reflect on the series and consolidate the knowledge generated through the “Future Cities” series of MOOCs, conducted from 2014 until 2018 by a joint team from the Chair of Information Architecture at ETH Zurich and the Future Cities Laboratory (FCL) in Singapore. The body of the publication consists of four volumes dedi...
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El confort térmico en espacios exteriores es de particular relevancia en las ciudades tropicales dado el alto impacto del clima en la calidad de vida de los ciudadanos. Para preparar estas ciudades se requiere más y mejor información. No obstante, la escasez de recursos técnicos y económicos dificulta esta labor. Teniendo como caso de estudio la ci...
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In spring 2014 a joint team from the Chair of Information Architecture at ETH Zürich and the Simulation Platform module at the Future Cities Lab kicked-off producing the first Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) about the topic of Future Cities under the lead of Gerhard Schmitt. Part of ETH Zürich’s trial phase on MOOC-based teaching our MOOC togethe...
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Documentation of teaching results from the spring semester 2015 of the seminar Digital Urban Simulation at the Chair of Information Architecture, ETH Zurich
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A solid knowledge of computational methods is an increasingly important key competence for future architects or urban planners. In this course you will learn how to analyze and generate spatial configurations with advanced computational methods. In a series of theory lectures we explore how designing and planning of cities could become evidence bas...
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In the course ‘New Methods in Urban Analysis and Simulation’ spatial configurations are analyzed throughout computational methods. In a series of theory lectures we explore how the design and planning of cities can be evidence-based by using scientific methods. After a series of exercises you will be equipped with skills on modern software systems....
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A solid knowledge of computational methods is an increasingly important key competence for future architects or urban planners. In this course you will learn how to analyze and generate spatial configurations with advanced computational methods.In a series of theory lectures we explore how designing and planning of cities could become evidence base...
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Urban climate conditions affect how cities will develop in the future, not only because of the impact on the environment or on the energy consumption of buildings, but also on outdoor human comfort. The configuration of buildings is one of the main factors that influence the different microclimates in the city. Understanding and especially being ab...
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This paper explores an alternative approach for the creation of new built forms based on solar access analysis. Consolidated on urban areas under development, the denominated 'inverted' approach is focused on the generation of recreational open spaces based on shadow conditions caused by existing built forms, and as a starting point for the constru...

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