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Brown Bag: Airport design data analyses and findings from a mobilities and...

This Brown Bag follows up the discussion of empirical data analyses of the PhD project ‘Becoming a passenger: exploring the passenger experience and airport design’, in CPH airport, Denmark (part of AirCiF – Airport City Futures project). The data triangulation obtained from tracking technologies (eye tracking, thermal cameras), architectural mappings and traditional methods (ethnographic studies, interviews, surveys) will draw the preliminary findings around the concept of becoming a passenger and airport design.

Time

29.04.2019 kl. 12.00 - 13.00

Description

This Brown Bag follows up the discussion of empirical data analyses of the PhD project ‘Becoming a passenger: exploring the passenger experience and airport design’, in CPH airport, Denmark (part of AirCiF – Airport City Futures project). The data triangulation obtained from tracking technologies (eye tracking, thermal cameras), architectural mappings and traditional methods (ethnographic studies, interviews, surveys) will draw the preliminary findings around the concept of becoming a passenger and airport design.

Place and time: Rendsburggade 14, room 5.346, April 29, 12:00-13:00

The seminars are open to everyone with interest in Mobilities and Urban studies.
Pre-registration is not needed. Please bring you own lunch.

Looking forward to see you at the C-MUS Brown Bag Seminars!

Host

C-MUS

Address

Rendsburggade 14, room 5.346, 9000 Aalborg