Exclusionary tales in Beirut’s spaces of craftsmanship: Using historic cartography, archival ethnography, and oral history to map the enduring vulnerability of craftspeople

Carmelo Ignaccolo, Daniella Maamari, Ashley Louie, Azra Aksamija, Sarah Williams
Abstracts of the International Cartographic Association, Volume 6, pp. 97

Using call detail records to determine mobility patterns of different socio-demographic groups in the western area of Sierra Leone during early COVID-19 crisis

Yanchao Li, Ziyu Ran, Sarah Williams
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, Volume 50, Issue 5

Housing Markets, Residential Sorting, and Spatial Segregation

Shin Bin Tan, Wenfei Xu, Sarah Williams
China Urbanizing: Impacts and Transitions

Advancing Racial Justice Research in Architecture, Urban Planning, and Allied Fields

Williams, Sarah, Malhaar Agarwal, Devin Michelle Buten, Connie Choa, Catherine D'Ignazio, Vedette Gavin, Enjoli Hall, Holly Harriel, Eric Robsky Huntley, Sarah Rege, Anne Whinston Spirn, and Delia Wendel
ACSA 110th Annual Meeting | Empower

Using Public-Private Data to Understand Compliance with Mobility Restrictions in Sierra Leone

Ndubuisi-Obi, Innocent, Ziyu Ran, Yanchao Li, Chenab Ahuja Navalkha, Sarah Williams, and Lily Tsai
Springer International Publishing, in Urban Informatics and Future Cities, pp. 33-49.

Applying machine learning and geolocation techniques to social media data (Twitter) to develop a resource for urban planning

Milusheva, Sveta, Robert Marty, Guadalupe Bedoya, Sarah Williams, Elizabeth Resor, and Arianna Legovini

Can crowdsourcing create the missing crash data?

S Milusheva, R Marty, G Bedoya, E Resor, S Williams, A Legovini
Proceedings of the 3rd ACM SIGCAS Conference on Computing and Sustainable Societies

Applying Machine Learning and Geolocation Techniques to Social Media Data (Twitter) to Develop a Resource for Urban Planning

Sveta Milusheva, Robert Marty, Guadalupe Bedoya, Sarah Williams, Elizabeth Resor, Arianna Legovini
The World Bank

Smart and Safe Kenya Transport (SMARTTRANS)

G Bedoya Arguelles, SP Milusheva, A Legovini, SE Williams
The World Bank

Ghost cities of China: Identifying urban vacancy through social media data

S Williams, W Xu, SB Tan, MJ Foster, C Chen
Cities 94, 275-285

Evaluating sensors for the measurement of public life: A future in image processing

S Williams, C Ahn, H Gunc, E Ozgirin, M Pearce, Z Xiong
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 46 (8), 1534-1548


Commuting for women in Saudi Arabia: Metro to driving-Options to support women employment

S Williams, W Qiu, Z Al-awwad, A Alfayez
Journal of Transport Geography 77, 126-138

Smart and Safe Kenya Transport (SMARTTRANS)

G Bedoya, A Legovini, S Milusheva, S Williams, R Marty


Understanding Gendered Spaces Using Social Media Data

A Alfayez, Z Awwad, C Kerr, N Alrashed, S Williams, A Al-Wabil
International Conference on Social Computing and Social Media, 338-356


Informal 2.0: Seeing and Improving Urban Informal Practices through Digital Technologies The Digital Matatus case in Nairobi

J Klopp, D Orwa, P Waiganjo Wagacha, S Williams, A White
Field Actions Science Reports. The journal of field actions, 39-43


Benchmark: using sensors to study public space

MA Giampieri, S Williams, W Xu, H Gunc, CM Langston, DC Harvey
Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) Conference Proceedings


Digital neighborhoods

L Anselin, S Williams
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability


Towards Urban Tribes in Saudi Arabia: Social Subcultures Emerging from Urban Analytics of Social Media

Tariq Alhindi, Salma Aldawood, Jumana Almahmoud, Carlos Sandoval, Areej Al-Wabil, Mansour Alsaleh, Sarah Williams
International Conference on Social Computing and Social Media, 258-266


The lottery is a mathematics powerball

V Lim, L Rubel, L Shookhoff, M Sullivan, S Williams
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 21 (9), 526-532

The responsive city: The city of the future re-imagined from the bottom up

S Williams
Emergent Urbanism: Urban Planning & Design in Times of Structural and Systemic Change

The digital matatu project: Using cell phones to create an open source data for Nairobi's semi-formal bus system

S Williams, A White, P Waiganjo, D Orwa, J Klopp
Journal of Transport Geography 49, 39-51

Leveraging cellphones for wayfinding and journey planning in semi-formal bus systems: Lessons from digital matatus in Nairobi

J Klopp, S Williams, P Waiganjo, D Orwa, A White
Planning support systems and smart cities, 227-241

Local Lotto: Mathematics and mobile technology to study the lottery

V Lim, E Deahl, L Rubel, S Williams
Cases on technology integration in mathematics education, 43-67

Local Lotto

V Lim, E Deahl, L Rubel, S Williams
Hershey, PA: IGI Global

Maps, Mobile Tools, and Media Boards: Digital Technologies for Learning About Pawnshops

L Rubel, V Lim, M Hall-Wieckert, S Williams
International Society of the Learning Sciences

Toward open source Kenya: Creating and sharing a GIS database of Nairobi

S Williams, E Marcello, JM Klopp
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (1), 114-130

Towards a Standard for Paratransit Data: Lessons from Developing GTFS Data for Nairobi's Matatu System

J Klopp, J Mutua, D Orwa, P Waiganjo, A White, S Williams
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board

City Digits: Local Lotto: Developing Youth Data Literacy by Investigating the Lottery

S Williams, E Deahl, L Rubel, V Lim
Journal of Digital Media Literacy

Toward Open Source Kenya: Creating and Sharing a GIS Database of Nairobi

E Marcello, JM Klopp, SE Williams
Taylor & Francis

Here Now!: Social Media and the Psychological City

S Williams
Inscribing a Square - Urban Data as Public Space, edited by Katja Schechtner and Dietmar Offenhuber, Springer

The geography of buzz: art, culture and the social milieu in Los Angeles and New York

E Currid, S Williams
Journal of Economic Geography 10 (3), 423-451

Mobile landscapes: using location data from cell phones for urban analysis

C Ratti, D Frenchman, RM Pulselli, S Williams
Environment and planning B: Planning and design 33 (5), 727-748

Understanding urban assets: using remote sensing to manage stormwater run-off

SE Williams
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mobile landscapes

C Ratti, RM Pulselli, S Williams, D Frenchman
Environment and Planning B–Planning and Design

Evolving metadata needs for an institutional repository: MIT's DSpace

M Branschofsky, R Lubas, MK Smith, S Williams
International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, 237-238