Javier Alonso Gomez-Davila

is an Architect, with a Master Degree in Sustainable Urban Design, and a PhD in Architecture and Urban Affairs. Currently, he is a Research Professor at Centro de Investigación, Innovación y Desarrollo Tecnológico (CIIDETEC) at Universidad del Valle de México. His research interest has to do with urban justice and sustainability in Latin-American cities, specifically, issues related with public space, urban mobility, and other actions that help improve the quality of life in urban contexts, as well as, innovative pedagogical strategies in design and architecture-teaching environments.


last update: July 2019

Articles published on IXD&A: 


CiudadelaSim Urban Modeling Framework and Human-Centered Design (HCD) Learning based Approaches: A pedestrian mobility case study in Monterrey, Mexico, N. 39, pp. 96 - 113,  abstractdownload