Research

Publications

Fleischmann, M., Romice, O. & Porta, S. (2020), ‘Measuring urban form: overcoming terminological inconsistencies for a quantitative and comprehensive morphologic analysis of cities‘, Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, pp. 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1177/2399808320910444blogpost, repository

Fleischmann, M., Feliciotti, A., Romice, O. and Porta, S. (2020) ‘Morphological tessellation as a way of partitioning space: Improving consistency in urban morphology at the plot scale’, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 80, p. 101441. doi: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2019.101441. – blogpost, repository

Fleischmann, M. (2019) ‘momepy: Urban Morphology Measuring Toolkit’, Journal of Open Source Software, 4(43), p. 1807. doi: 10.21105/joss.01807. – repository

Conferences

Martin Fleischmann, Francesca Dal Cin, Ombretta Romice, Sérgio Barreiros Proença (2020), ‘Understanding seashore streets: urban morphometrics as a tool for climate-induced risk assessment’, 5th ISUF Italy International Conference: Urban Substrata & City Regeneration, Rome, February 19-22 2020

Alessandra Feliciotti, Martin Fleischmann, Ombretta Romice, Sergio Porta (2019) ‘Morphological Resilience: from a theory of resilient urban forms to the tools for its implementation’, 12th CITTA International Conference on Planning Research: Spatial Planning for Change, Porto, September 19-20 2019

Martin Fleischmann, Ombretta Romice, Sergio Porta (2019) ‘Applicability of morphological tessellation and its topological derivatives in the quantitative analysis of urban form’, XXVI International Seminar on Urban Form: Cities as Assemblages, Nicosia, July 2-6 2019

Martin Fleischmann, David Hořák, Sergio Porta et al. (2019) ‘Ecological and evolutionary perspectives in urban morphology’, The Ecology and Evolution of Urban Areas, CEE Symposium, London, June 13 2019

Projects

The Urban Atlas: Developing tools and frameworks for a quantitative analysis of urban form through Geographical Information Systems and big data

Urban Form Resilience Project

Ecological and evolutionary perspectives in urban morphology

Understanding seashore streets: urban morphometrics as a tool for climate-induced risk assessment

Measuring Urban Form: A Systematisation of Attributes for Quantitative Urban Morphology