Our research unit aims at the development of methods and frameworks to tackle emerging problems in urban areas, especially by focusing on Urban Digital Transformation (UDX) at two levels (community and city) as part of efforts to contribute to better urban and regional management.
At the community level, we will develop management methods that will allow residents to operate open spaces independently. More specifically, we will study the potential for community management of projects involving unused vacant lots. At the city level, we will study new management frameworks, including financing schemes, that will help local governments to realize their future visions – such as becoming a “smart city” or "super city". Hence, we will study urban management from both micro and macro perspectives.
Unit leader, Associate Professor,
Marketing, Branding, Public Relations
Program Management Research
Community Management Research
Spatial Information Science, Traffic Engineering, Data Science
Dynamic Capability Research
Urban Innovation Research