A free, public talk on how to create space for the public to venture outdoors, while maintaining physical distancing
Hear how through the use of video data and computer vision techniques, guidelines for shared spaces can be developed.
- June 23 | How to get people exploring Old Strathcona/West Ritchie
- June 29 | How to design shared spaces during COVID-19
- July 21 | How to get sustainable transport and design in new Edmonton suburbs
- August 10 | How to add climate resilient features to city centres
- September 22 | How to make Edmonton’s winter sidewalks safe + accessible to all
Monday, June 29
*all registered attendees will receive the Zoom URL in an email the day before the event
Maged received his M.Sc. in Transportation Engineering from the University of Alberta in 2016. He is currently working towards his Ph.D. degree in Transportation Engineering at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta (U of A). Maged Gouda is a Research Assistant and Project Manager in the Centre for Smart Transportation at the U of A. His research area focuses on roadways design assessment in terms of readiness for the deployment of autonomous vehicles using LiDAR data.
His current research interests include machine learning, point cloud data processing, deep learning, computer vision, image processing, and road users’ behaviour in shared spaces during COVID-19.