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Publications BeDS for BUG

Peer-reviewed papers [P]

[P9] Gamal, Y, Pinto, N & Iossifova, D 2023, 'The role of procedural utility in land market dynamics in Greater Cairo: an agent based model application', Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science.

[P8] Sousa, M, Antunes, A, Pinto, N & Zagalo, N 2022, 'Serious Games in Spatial Planning: Strengths, Limitations and Support Frameworks', International Journal of Serious Games, vol. 9, no. 2.

[P7] Odell, H, Pinto, N, Navarro Lopez, E & Deas, I 2022, 'Detecting shifts in metropolitan structure: a spatial network perspective', Environment and Planning B: Planning & Design.

[P6] Sousa, M, Antunes, A, Pinto, N & Zagalo, N 2021, 'Fast serious analogue games in planning: the role of non-player participants', Simulation & Gaming.

[P5] Pinto, N, Antunes, AP & Roca, J 2021, 'A Cellular Automata Model for Integrated Simulation of Land Use and Transport Interactions', ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 149.

[P4] Haughton, G, White, I & Pinto, N 2020, 'Planning the post-pandemic era', Town and Country Planning, vol. 89, no. 4/5, pp. 138-140.

[P3] Silva, C, Bertolini, L & Pinto, N (eds) 2019, Designing Accessibility Instruments: Lessons on Their Usability for Integrated Land Use and Transport Planning Practices. First edn, Routledge.

[P2] Pinto, NN, Lancrenon, D & Berchtold, M 2014, The Use of ICT in Planning Practice: Contributions to an Effective Link between Real and Virtual Cities and Territories. in Technologies for Urban and Spatial Planning: Virtual Cities and Territories. IGI Press, pp. 14-28.

[P1] Antunes, A, Seco, Á & Pinto, N 2003, 'An accessibility-maximization approach to road network planning', Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 224-240. 10.1111/1467-8667.00312

Conference proceedings [C]

[C4] Pinto, Nuno et al. "Better decision support for better urban governance: the case of the coletivos in Brazil", 2022, Presented at the UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference 2022 Planning in, and for, a Digital World 5th – 7th September 2022

[C3] Daroit, Doriana et al.."Dinâmicas e incidências democráticas de coletivos urbanos: instrumentos e associações no território", 2021, Presented at the IV National Conference of teaching and Reserach in Public Policy Encontro Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa do Campo de Públicas, 1-3 Setembro, Available Online (Pt)

[C2] Gamal, Y & Pinto, N 2019, Reinterpreting Procedural Utility in Land Use Frameworks: A Quantitative Approach. in ECTQG The 21st European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography: Book of Abstracts. Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg, pp. 149-150. <>

[C1] Shakeri, M, Kingston, R & Pinto, N 2016, Game Science or Games and Science? Towards an Epistemological Understanding of Use of Games in Scientific Fields. in T Marsh, M Ma, MF Oliveira, JB Hauge & S Göbel (eds), Serious Games: Second Joint International Conference, JCSG 2016, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, September 26-27, 2016, proceedings . Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 9894, Springer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 163-168, Serious Games, Queensland, Australia, 26/09/16.

Blogs and opinion articles [O]

Public engagement BeDS for BUG

Events and talks [E]

[E2] Pinto, Nuno, 2022, Pint of Science Festival 2022: “From smarter cities to wiser humans”, 11 May 2022

[E1] Pinto, Nuno, 2020, Roda de Conversa Online “Fronteiras entre política e tecnologia: (des)encontros democráticos: “Evidence and Transparency in Decision Support: how the use of scientific evidence during the pandemic may be helping to improve public opinion in the participation in public policy discussions?” (in Portuguese), Junho 2020

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