As #SDSC21 draws to a close today, we reflect on the conference & announce the winner of the Spatial Data Scientist of the Year Award!
At this year's conference the Spatial Data Scientist of the Year 2021 was awarded and we are very pleased to announce Iacopo Testi as the winner!
Iacopo works at the intersection of Data Science Sustainability and Urbanism applying Artificial Intelligence models to the urban domain. He provides applied state-of-art case studies to advance the economic environmental and social sustainability of cities. He contributes with insights regarding supervised and unsupervised learning techniques to transform urban environments into sustainability cities.
Through his column on Urban AI he writes on several intelligent automation solutions as deep artificial neural networks machine learning and clustering models exclusively focused on urban topics.
Iacopo is also a faculty staff member within the Michael Graves College of Public Architecture where he teaches the courses of representation and design studio. He collaborated closely with other faculty members to structure the syllabus framework and briefs and under his guidance students were shortlisted by the 'Rome Collective Living Challenge' international competition and selected for department publications.
Many congratulations to Iacopo!
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