Titus works on developing the new MIT Senseable Amsterdam Lab, a new lab at the AMS Institute which focuses on decarbonizing cities using computer vision, AI, and big data. Within the Lab, he works on mobile emission sensing connected to the types of vehicles on the Amsterdam roads and many other topics.

Titus has a multi-disciplinary background in urban engineering from the University of Twente, TU Delft, and Wageningen UR, with experiences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His interest lies in using urban technology to understand cities. Currently he is a research affiliate at the MIT Senseable City Lab, conducting research and developing projects around the themes Carbon Neutral Amsterdam and Visual AI.

Project

Tracking Stolen Bikes

Smart Urban Mobility

80.000 bikes get stolen each year, just in Amsterdam. This outcome made our researchers curious... Where do these bikes go? How do they move? That's when they came up with the idea to place 100 locked GPS-traceable bikes in Amsterdam.

Project

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL)

Climate Resilient Cities

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL) on a mission to make Amsterdam carbon-neutral

Event

AI for Regenerative Cities

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CET

An in-person event in Amsterdam to better understand how Urban Artificial Intelligence can help build regenerative cities

Event

AI for Regenerative Cities

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CET

An in-person event in Amsterdam to better understand how Urban Artificial Intelligence can help build regenerative cities

Project

Tracking Stolen Bikes

Smart Urban Mobility

80.000 bikes get stolen each year, just in Amsterdam. This outcome made our researchers curious... Where do these bikes go? How do they move? That's when they came up with the idea to place 100 locked GPS-traceable bikes in Amsterdam.

Project

Tracking Stolen Bikes

Smart Urban Mobility

80.000 bikes get stolen each year, just in Amsterdam. This outcome made our researchers curious... Where do these bikes go? How do they move? That's when they came up with the idea to place 100 locked GPS-traceable bikes in Amsterdam.

Project

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL)

Climate Resilient Cities

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL) on a mission to make Amsterdam carbon-neutral

Project

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL)

Climate Resilient Cities

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL) on a mission to make Amsterdam carbon-neutral

Project

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL)

Climate Resilient Cities

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL) on a mission to make Amsterdam carbon-neutral

Project

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL)

Climate Resilient Cities

Senseable Amsterdam Lab (SAL) on a mission to make Amsterdam carbon-neutral

Event

AI for Regenerative Cities

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CET

An in-person event in Amsterdam to better understand how Urban Artificial Intelligence can help build regenerative cities

Event

AI for Regenerative Cities

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CET

An in-person event in Amsterdam to better understand how Urban Artificial Intelligence can help build regenerative cities