Andres Sevtsuk is an Assistant Professor of Urban Planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His research interests include spatial analysis, urban mobility, urban design, real estate economics, transit and pedestrian oriented development and spatial adaptability. He has collaborated with a number of city governments, international organizations, planning practices and developers on urban designs, plans and policies in both developed and rapidly developing urban environments, most recently including those in Indonesia, Singapore and the US. He is the author of the Urban Network Analysis toolbox, which is used by researchers and practitioners around the world to model pedestrian and bicycle trips along networks. He has led various international research projects; exhibited his research at TEDx, the World Cities Summit and the Venice Biennale; and received the President’s Design Award in Singapore, International Buckminster Fuller Prize and Ron Brown/Fulbright Fellowship. He was previously an Assistant Professor of Architecture and Planning at the Singapore University of technology and Design (SUTD), and a lecturer at MIT. Andres holds a PhD from the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT, where he also worked with William J. Mitchell in the Smart Cities group at the MIT Media Laboratory.