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DIGITAL DATA FOR THE PROMOTION OF REGENERATIVE PROJECTS IN UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

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About the project
  • Financing:

    CNPq (Edital Universal), UFSC/CNPq (PIBIC)

  • Team:

    José Ripper Kós
    Jean Martina . INE/UFSC
    Camila Poeta Mangrich
    Fernanda Oliveira Gomes . INE/UFSC
    Felipe Finger
    Lucas Fernandes de Oliveira
    Luís Henrique Pavan
    Renato Luis Martins de Almeida
    Gabriel Machado da Rosa

  • Publicações:

    Dados de conexões Wi-Fi e campus universitário: estudos sobre dinâmica humana e privacidade. Gestão & Tecnologia de Projetos, USP, 2022
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    University Campus Walkability Index Supported by Digital Databases, SIGraDi 2021
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    The privacy of the academic community in mapping usage patterns over Wi-Fi connections, SIGraDi 2020
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    Urban mobility and database allied to environmental regeneration of a university campus, SIGraDi 2020
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    Campus regenerative design supported by university Wi-Fi connections. International Journal of Architectural Computing, 2019
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    A caminhada e os dados digitais: O potencial pedagógico de um campus universitário contemporâneo, Dissertação de Mestrado, UFSC, 2021
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The fragmentation of the research and learning spaces of university campuses and their environmental impact are the main factors responsible for recent interventions in university campuses that seek innovation through the integration between different areas of knowledge and the creation of new opportunities for relations with the city and the environment. This work seeks to evaluate opportunities for associating the dynamics of the academic community of the Federal University of Santa Catarina and its neighborhoods with natural dynamics, especially in areas close to campus’ streams through regenerative projects. These projects aim to recover degraded natural areas, creating new possibilities for the ecosystem's regeneration associated with the creation of opportunities for the renovation of the campus and the university itself. While the assessment of natural dynamics has instruments that have been implemented on campus, for example to monitor the quality of watercourses, we do not have reliable instruments to identify human dynamics on campus. The search for instruments for this assessment, especially through the wi-fi connections made in hundreds of routers spread across the campus, with records of more than ten years, is the main objective of this research project. These raw data are highly complex and involve risks that must be carefully evaluated, such as the quality of this data, the privacy and security of the users who make these connections and data leakage. To assess the quality of the data, we propose to carry out alternative monitoring using digital cameras and drones and a collaboration with the Computer Security Laboratory (LABSEC / UFSC) will allow us to search for research algorithms to guarantee the anonymity of the collected data. Strategies for the future of the university will be proposed based on the analysis of this set of data, information and research.