David Lee is a PhD candidate in Urban Studies and Planning at MIT, and conducts research at the Senseable City Laboratory. His work focuses on collective problem solving using real-time information systems, and transforming public discourse on critical urban issues with digital technology.
Dissertation: Platforms for Urban Crowdsourced Intelligence
Digital City Design, Introduction to Urban Design and Development, UIS Workshop
Phithakkitnukoon, S., Offenhuber, D., Wolf, M. I., Lee, D., Biderman, A., & Ratti, C. Tracking Trash. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 12(1).
Offenhuber, D., Lee, D., Wolf, M. I., Phithakkitnukoon, S., Biderman, A., & Ratti, C. Putting Matter in Place. Journal of the American Planning Association, 78(2), 173–196.
Offenhuber, D., & Lee, D. Putting the informal on the map: tools for participatory waste management. Proceedings of the 12th Participatory Design Conference: Exploratory Papers, Workshop Descriptions, Industry Cases-Volume 2 (pp. 13–16).
Martani, C., Lee, D., Robinson, P., Britter, R., & Ratti, C. ENERNET: Studying the dynamic relationship between building occupancy and energy consumption. Energy and Buildings, (0).