Nuno Norte Pinto

Organisation and Participation in Scientific Meetings

Organization of Meetings

Forthcoming

CAMUSS 2016, Second International Symposium on Cellular Automata Modeling for Urban and Spatial Systems, September 23-25 2016, Quebéc City, Canada

LUSO 2016 in Manchester, Annual Meeting of the Association of Portuguese Researchers and Students in the UK, 18 June 2016, Manchester, United Kingdom

Past

ISUF 2014, the 21st International Seminar on Urban Form, July 3-6 2014, Oporto, Portugal

PNUM 2013, National Meeting of the Portuguese Network of Urban Morphology, June 27-28 2013,  Coimbra, Portugal

CAMUSS, International Symposium on Cellular Automata Modeling for Urban and Spatial Systems,  November 8-10 2012, Oporto, Portugal

7VCT, the 7th International Conference on Virtual Cities and Territories, October 11-13 2011, Lisbon Portugal

Keynote and Invited Lectures

12. “A field trip to the ‘Garden City’ and to the ‘Ville Radieuse’: Google Earth as a pedagogical tool to teach urban planning”, Invited lecture at the VI Iberian Conference of Geography Teachers, Porto, March 22 -23, 2013

11. “Coupling 3D Visualization with Complex Simulation Tools in Urban Planning”, Contribute of Civil Engineering to Spatial and Infrastructure Planning, Leiria, March 27, 2012

10. “Coupling 3D Visualization with Complex Simulation Tools in Urban Planning”, IMAGINA 3D, The European 3D and Virtual Technology Event, Monaco, February 7-9, 2012

9. “Modelos de autómatos celulares para simulação da evolução do uso do solo”, Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon, January 12th, 2012

8. “Celluar Automata: Brief Introduction and Calibration Issues”, Cen-tre for Theoretical and Computational Physics, University of Lisbon, Portugal, January 6th 2011

7. “Introdução aos Modelos de Autómatos Celulares”, 1st Coloquium “Ordenamento do território: Cidades e Riscos”, Faculty of Humanities, Uni-versity of Porto, June 19th 2010

6. Pinto, N., “Celluar Automata: Brief Introduction and Calibration Issues”, Insti-tute of Geomatics and Risk Analysis, Faculty of Geosciences and Environment, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, March 17th 2010

5. “The Portuguese Planning System and the Planning Practice over the Last Twenty Years”, Invited Lecture, MIT, Cambridge, MA, United States of America, July 22th 2009

4. “Cellular Automata Modeling”, Invited Lecture, MIT, Cambridge, MA, United States of America, July 22th 2009

3. “A multi-scale CA approach for modeling regional-local urban change”, Seminar for the ERASMUS Short-term Educational Mission, Depart-ment of Real Estate and Planning, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom, June 9th 2008

2. “A multi-scale CA approach for modeling regional-local urban change”, 2nd MODUS Workshop, Catholic University of Lovain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, November 9th, 2007

1. “A cellular automata model for the study of small-size urban areas”, School of Architecture of Barcelona, Technical University of Catalonia, Barce-lona, Spain, January 23rd 2007

 

Presentations in International Conferences

(19) Pinto, N., “Complexity in the minds of planning academics“,18th European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography, 4-9 September 2015, Bari, Italy, 4-9 September 2015

(18) Pinto, N., Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “Cellular automata modelling of multiscale urban systems: concepts, models and applications”, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, July 7-10 2015, Cambridge MA, USA, 2015

(17) Pinto, N., D. Lancrenon, M. Berchtold, “New ICT in Planning Practice: a permanent need to innovate in practice”, ESPON Scientific Conference, Luxembourg, 12-13 September 2013

(16) Pinto, N., J. Partenen, “A chronological overview of cellular automata models in urban studies“,17th European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography, Paris, France, 2013

(15) Pinto, N. A. Antunes, and J. Roca, “Cellular automata modeling of multiscale urban systems: concepts, models and applications”, 17th European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography, Paris, France, 2013

(14) Pinto, N., J. Partanen, “A chronological overview of cellular automata models”, in N. N. Pinto, J. Dourado, A. Natálio (Eds), Proceedings of CAMUSS, the International Symposium on Cellular Automata Modeling for Urban and Spatial Systems, Oporto, November 8 to 10, 2012, Coimbra: Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Coimbra

(13) Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “A multiscale cellular automata model for simulating land use change at regional/local scales”, in N. N. Pinto, J. Dourado, A. Natálio (Eds), Proceedings of CAMUSS, the International Symposium on Cellular Automata Modeling for Urban and Spatial Systems, Oporto, November 8 to 10, 2012, Coimbra: Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Coimbra

(12) Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “Towards a cellular automata based land-use transportation model”, Proceedings of the 1st European Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Transportation Systems, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2012

11. Correia, M, J. R. Fernandes, N. Pinto, “Analysis of the urban evolution in the municipality of S.M. Feira”,  In N. N. Pinto, J.A.Tenedório, M. Santos, R. Deus (Eds), Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Virtual Cities and Territories, Lisbon, October 11 to 13, 2011, Coimbra: Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Coimbra and e-GEO, Research Center in Geography and Regional Planning of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Nova University of Lisbon

10. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “A multiscale cellular automata model for simulating land use change at regional/local scales”, Proceedings of the 17th European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography, Athens, Greece, 2011

9. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “A multiscale cellular automata model for simulating land use change at regional/local scales”, Proceedings of the 51st European Congress of the Regional Science Association International, Barcelona, Spain, 2011

8. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “A macroscale cellular automata model for simulating urban change in regional urban systems”, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, Lake Louise, Canada, 2011

7. Neto, L., N. Pinto, M. Burns, “The Impacts f Urban Regeneration Companies in Portugal. The case of Porto Vivo SRU”, Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference on Planning Research – Innovation in Governance and Decision Making in Planning, Porto, Portugal, 2011

6. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca, “A macroscale cellular automata model for simulating urban change in regional urban systems”, Proceedings of the 6h City and Virtual Territory, Mexicali, México, 2010

5. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, and J. Roca “Application of a cellular automata model to the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona”, Proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Theoretical Quantitative Geography (16th ECTQG), Maynooth, Ireland, September 4 to 8 2009

4. Pinto, N., A. Antunes, J. Roca “A conceptual framework for multi-scale cellular modeling of spatial change”, 48th Congress Of The European Regional Science Association, Liverpool, UK, 27 – 31august 2008

3. Silva; J., L. Gonçalves e N. Pinto, “Urban Mobility and Public Transport in Leiria”, GeoSpatial World 2005, S. Francisco, USA, 2005

2. Antunes, A., A. Seco and N. Pinto, “An Accessibility-Maximization Approach to Road Network Planning”, XI Congresso Pan-americano de Engenharia de Trânsito e Transportes, Gramado, Brasil, 2000

1. Antunes, A., A. Seco and N. Pinto, “Programming maximum accessibility road network improvements”, Optimization and Control in Civil and Structural Engineering, Oxford, UK, 1999