In place of a planned MUSA Masterclass talk in person, a remote lecture was scheduled via the wonders of new digital technologies, on transport data science.
Although not as in-depth as the MUSA Masterclass talk, which has been postponed until April 2021 due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, this talk will give a high-level overview of some of the topics that I will talk about, based on a case study from Leeds, UK, the home of the Institute for Transport Studies.
Context: the ‘MUSA Masterclass’ is a series of seminars commissioned by the Penn Institute for Urban Research (Penn IUR) of the University of Pennsylvania.
It’s great being able to link-up over such huge distances with minimal effort, the new technologies like Zoom are impressive. In the hope that this is of use to others, I put links out to the slides and talk out on social media, as shown in the tweets below. Enjoy!
Yesterday I delivered a remote lecture for the @PennMUSA program.— Robin Lovelace (@robinlovelace) April 7, 2020
I've made the slides open access, and reproducible, for anyone interested in learning about transport data science: https://t.co/6O7Q9Z2ad3
Video/audio: watch this space! pic.twitter.com/0adLI2EQGA
As promised, here's the video from the talk I presented remotely, from @ITSLeeds to @PennMUSA. No #MusaMasterclass, back stronger next year 🚀— Robin Lovelace @firstname.lastname@example.org (@robinlovelace) April 8, 2020
Video link: https://t.co/3YU8fSrWiF
Thanks all for making this happen. pic.twitter.com/nRw6pYLPog