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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

 

Zandiatashbar, A., Hamidi, S., & Foster, N. (2019). High-tech business location, transportation accessibility, and implications for sustainability: Evaluating the differences between high-tech specializations using empirical evidence from US booming regions. Sustainable Cities and Society, 101648.​

Granpayehvaghei, T., Bonakdar, A., Zandiatashbar, A., & Hamidi, S. (2019). The Quest for Creative Industries: A Multilevel National Study of the Impacts of Urban Form on the Geography of Creative Industries. Transportation Research Record, 0361198119843470.

Zandiatashbar, A., Hamidi, S., Foster, N., & Park, K. (2019). The Missing Link between Place and Productivity? The Impact of Transit-Oriented Development on the Knowledge and Creative Economy. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X19826271.

Zandiatashbar, A., & Hamidi, S. (2018). Impacts of transit and walking amenities on robust local knowledge economy. Cities.

Hamidi, S., Zandiatashbar, A. & Bonakdar A. (2018). The Relationship between Regional Compactness and Regional Innovation Capacity: Empirical Evidence from a National Study. Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

Hamidi, S., & Zandiatashbar, A. (2018). Does urban form matter for innovation productivity? A national multi-level study of the association between neighborhood innovation capacity and urban sprawl. Urban Studies.

Mohseni, M., Zandiatashbar, A., & Masud, M. (2013). A comparative study of the physical elements in Shiraz traditional districts with the features of CPTED approach. Journal of Studies on Iranian-Islamic City

 

Zandiatashbar, A., Mohseni, M., & Nejadsatari, S. (2013). The explanation of Eco-cities parameters. Danesh-e-nama magazine.

Zandiatashbar, A., & Hamidi, S. (presented 2017, January). Does Built Environment Matter for Innovation? A Quantitative Study of the Physical Assets of Innovation Districts in the United States. Presented at 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (International).

 

Hamidi, S., & Zandiatashbar, A. (presented 2017, January). The Forgotten Dimension: National Investigation of the Relationship between Urban Sprawl, Transportation Accessibility, and Regional Innovative Capacity. Presented at 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (International).

Zandiatashbar, A., & Hamidi, S. (To be presented 2018, October). Exploring the U.S. geography of high-tech zones, what policies made the top 10 superior? To be presented at the 58th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Buffalo, New York. (International)

 

Hamidi, S., Zandiatashbar, A., Foster, N. & Park K. (To be presented 2018, October). The Missing Link between Place and Productivity? The Impact of Transit-Oriented Development on the Knowledge and Creativity Economy. To be presented at the 58th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Buffalo, New York. (International)

 

Grandpayehvagheii, T., Bonakdar, A., Zandiatashbar, A., & Hamidi, S. (To be presented 2018, October). The quest for creative industries: a multi-level study on the impact of urban compactness on the geography of creative industries in the United States. Presented at the 58th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Buffalo, New York. (International)

 

Zandiatashbar, A. & Hamidi, S. (presented 2017, October). The Relationship between Regional Compactness and Regional Innovation Capacity: Empirical Evidence from a National Study. Presented at the 57th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Denver, Colorado. (International) (RECIPIENT OF BEST PRESENTATION AWARD)

 

Zandiatashbar, A. & Hamidi, S. (presented 2017, June). Communal Innovation: Planning for the Neighborhoods to Accommodate Knowledge Sharing and Innovation Making. Presented at the 40th Annual Conference of the Association for Community Design, Dallas, TX. (National)

Zandiatashbar, A. & Hamidi, S. (presented 2016, October). A quantitative analysis of the physical assets in the U.S. innovation districts. Presented at the 56th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Portland, Oregon. (International)

Zandiatashbar, A. & Mohseni, M. (presented 2011, September). The investigation of sustainable security status of historical residential neighborhoods in Shiraz using CPTED approach. Presented at the 9th biennial conference on environmental psychology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands (International)

OTHER CONFRENCE PRESENTATIONS

Zandiatashbar, A., & Hamidi, S. (Presented 2018, January). Does Built Environment Matter for Innovation? Empirical Evidence from a Multilevel National Analysis. Presented at 2018 Annual Meeting of American Association of Geographers. New Orleans, Louisiana. (International)

Zandiatashbar, A. & Hamidi, S. (presented 2017, March). Does Built Environment Matter for Innovation? A Quantitative Study of the Physical Assets of Innovation Districts in the United States.  Presented at the University of Texas at Arlington, The Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, Arlington, Texas (University wide) (RECIPIENT OF BEST PRESENTATION AWARD)

INVITED TALKS

Invited Speaker, Building 21st Century Infrastructure for Smart Cities. 2018 1-Day Educational Seminar on "Imagining Tomorrow", American Public Workers Association. North Central Texas Branch, Richardson, Texas, (Regional)

Invited Speaker, High-tech Business Location Decisions and Transportation. 2018 August Event, TexITE Greater Fort Worth Section, Fort Worth, Texas, (Regional)

Invited speaker, Trending Planning Research; Leveraging Planning Practices. 2018 Building Professional Institute, Irving, Texas (Regional)

Moderator, panel session. Planning for Innovative & Entrepreneurial Urban Ecosystems. Presented at 2017 Annual Texas State Planning Conference, Frisco, Texas. (Statewide)

 

Invited speaker, panel session (presented 2017, October). Leveraging Local and State Planning for Megaregional Transportation Needs. 57th Annual Conference of Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Denver, Colorado.

 

Invited speaker, panel forum (presented 2016, April). International Planning Forum: International Visitor Leadership Program. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Arlington, Texas.