AMS Student Projects

Students from MSc MADE, Wageningen University & Research and TU Delft are currently working on projects within the themes of AMS Institute. Several projects and activities are highlighted here.

Future Mobility on the Marineterrein Final assignment of MSc MADE students 2017/2018

Future Mobility on the Marineterrein Over the course of two months, 17 students have researched how the Marineterrein can be […]

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Knowledge Videos – Students projects

The students of the master Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering (MSc MADE) work on defining and understanding the metropolitan challenges […]

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MSc MADE students visit Sydney multidisciplinary course on smart water and mobility

For their first international study visit, the MSc MADE students travel this year to Sydney. Together with TU Delft students […]

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Urban Greenhouse Challenge Design the Ultimate Urban Greenhouse at Bijlmerbajes

Together with Wageningen University and Research, AMS Institute is organizing a student challenge to design the ultimate urban greenhouse. The […]

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Interdisciplinary course Metropolitan Solutions

Case study IJbaan: Facilitating movements across the river IJ In the course ‘Metropolitan Solutions’ an interdisciplinary and international group of […]

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Planning support systems (PSS) in urban development in the Netherlands Understanding the constraints and benefits of PSS

TU Delft student Marije Schilder graduated as the first Architecture, Urbanism & Building Sciences graduate (MBE track) with an AMS […]

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revealing spatial and temporal patterns from Flickr photography a case study with tourists in Amsterdam

Thesis by Sander van der Drift on new methods delivering meaningful insight into the spatial and temporal patterns of tourists in […]

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Running Amsterdam Analysis of running behaviour through crowdsourced data

Project on analysis of running behaviour through crowdsourced data by Wageningen UR and AMS students Mart Reiling and Thijs Dolders. This study […]

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