Publications (selected)

(updated on 01/11/2022)

2022


5Karayazi, S., Dane, G., & Arentze T.
An Exploration of Interactions Between Urban Heritages and Tourist’s Digital Footprint: Network and Textual Analysis via Geotagged Flickr Data in Amsterdam
Journal
International Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences
4Ghodsvali, M., Dane, G., & de Vries, B.
An online serious game for decision-making on food-water-energy nexus policy
Journal
Sustainable Cities and Society
3Ávila Eça de Matos, B., Dane, G., Van Tilburg, T.,
Verstappen, J., & de Vries, B.
State-of-the-Art of the Urban Digital Twins in the Netherlands.
Conference
3rd International Smart Cities in Smart Regions Conference
2Ghodsvali, M., Dane, G., & de Vries, B.
The nexus social-ecological system framework (NexSESF):
A conceptual and empirical examination of transdisciplinary food-water-energy nexus
Journal
Environmental Science and Policy, 130, 16-24
1van Dinter, M., Kools, M. A. C., Dane, G., Weijs-Perrée, M., Chamilothori, K., van Leeuwen, E. S., Borgers, A. W. J.,
& van den Berg, P. E. W.
Urban Green Parks for Long-term Subjective Well-being:
Empirical Relationships between Personal Characteristics, Park Characteristics, Park Use, Sense of Place, and Satisfaction with Life in the Netherlands
Journal
Sustainability, 14 (9), [4911]

2021


4Wang, B., Dane, G. & de Vries, B.
Preferences for a multimedia web platform to increase awareness of cultural heritage: A stated choice experiment
Journal
Journal of Heritage Management
3Karayazı, S. S., Dane, G. & de Vries, B.
Utilizing Urban Geospatial Data to Understand Heritage Attractiveness in Amsterdam
Journal
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 10, 4
2Weijs-Perrée, M., Dane, G. & van den Berg, P. E. W.
Editorial for the Special Issue on “Experiencing the City: The Relation between Urban Design and People’s Well-Being”
Journal
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18, 5
1van Vliet, E. M., Dane, G., Weijs-Perrée, M., van Leeuwen, E., van Dinter, M., van den Berg, P. E. W., Borgers, A. W. J. & Chamilothori, K.
The influence of urban park attributes on user preferences: Evaluation of virtual parks in an online stated-choice experiment
Journal
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18, 1

2020


6Dane, G., Borgers, A. W. J., Ikiz Kaya, D. & Feng, T.
Visitor Flows at a Large-Scale Cultural Event: GPS Tracking at Dutch Design Week
Journal
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 9, 11.
5Weijs-Perrée, M., Dane, G. & van den Berg, P. E. W.
Analyzing the relationships between citizens’ emotions and their momentary satisfaction in urban public spaces
Journal
Sustainability, 12, 19, 7921.
4Elisei, P., Draghia, M., Dane, G. & Onesciuc, N.
Crowd flow analysis for measuring the impact of urban transformation actions in city’s heritage areas
Conference
25th REAL CORP
3Dane, G., Derakhshan, S., Ettefagh, T., Massari, M., Gianfrate, V. & Bigi, M.
Participatory mapping of citizens’ experiences at public open spaces: a case study at Bologna living lab
Conference
25th REAL CORP
2Dane, G., Kim, J. & Yang, D.
Preferences regarding a web-based, neighborhood-level
intervention program to promote household energy conservation
Journal
Journal of Urban Technology, 27, 3
1Dane, G., Feng, T., Luub, F. & Arentze, T.
Route choice decisions of e-bike users: analysis of GPS tracking data in the Netherlands
Book
Geospatial Technologies for
Local and Regional Development Springer, p. 109-124.

2019


3Dane, G., Borgers, A. & Feng, T.
Subjective immediate experiences during large-scale cultural events in cities: a geotagging experiment
Journal
Sustainability, 11, 20.
2Weijs – Perrée, M., Dane, G., van den Berg, P. & van Dorst, M.
A multi-level path analysis of the relationships between the momentary experience characteristics, satisfaction with urban public spaces, and momentary- and long-term subjective wellbeing
Journal
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 19.
1Lu, L., Pintossi, N., Dane, G. & Roders, A.
The role of ICT in mapping resources for sustainable historic urban regeneration: case studies of Amsterdam and Salerno
Conference
24th REAL CORP