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Sahar Soltani

Email: sahar.soltani@mymail.unisa.edu.au


About me


Sahar Soltani currently is a PhD student within the School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia. Sahar does research in Computational Design, Social Sustainability, and Urban Density. She is interested in the study of the interaction between the built environment and people, and how it affects the pattern of people‚Äôs daily life. Her current work is a multidisciplinary research employing architecture, urban design and computer science to explore the relation between social sustainability and urban density.











Thesis


The Impact of Urban Density on Social Sustainability: A Computational Design Approach






Research publications


Soltani, Sahar, Ning  Gu, Jorge  Ochoa Paniaga, Alpana  Sivam, and T.  Mcginley. "A Computational Approach to Measuring Social Impact of Urban Density through Mixed Methods Using Spatial Analysis." In The 24th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA). Wellington, New Zealand 2019.

Liao, P., Gu, N., Brisbin, C., Rofe, M., Soltani, S., & Intelligent & Informed: 24th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia Wellington, New Zealand April 2019. (2019). Computationally mapping spatial properties of Chinese historic towns using space syntax. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2019),1, 361-370

Soltani, S., Gu, N., Sivam, A., Ochoa Paniagua, J., McGinley, T., & Unmaking Waste 2018 Adelaide, South Australia September 2018. (2018). Social sustainability in the built environment: A critical conceptual framework. Unmaking Waste, 1-12.









Associations


Digital Transformations Research Group