As a part of the RUCI Lab’s ongoing research into the social, economic and public health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in New Jersey through the use of data analytics, we have created an interactive dashboard that focuses on how foot traffic to local businesses has changed. Bloustein School MCRP/MPI graduate Haoyun Wang joined the […]Read More
About the Lab
The Rutgers Urban and Civic Informatics Lab aims to research and build capacity in leveraging technology and data analytics to address grand challenges facing global cities. Our vision is to support socially-just, environmentally resilient, and healthy cities.
Through emerging technologies and data-driven decision-making, and by working with academic institutions, and government agencies, industry and nonprofit organizations, we hope to impact the future of work and society in cities and to encourage a dialog on critical issues relating to automation, AI, ethics, and information privacy.
Do you feel as if you have been at home for a long time during the COVID-19 pandemic? If yes, you are not alone. New Jersey instituted a stay-at-home policy on Saturday, March 21. As a part of a multiphase reopening process, NJ ended maximum restrictions and moved to Stage One Reopening on May 18, […]Read More