Dr. Juliana Gonçalves is an Assistant Professor in the Section of Spatial Planning and Strategy (SPS) of the Department of Urbanism at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at TU Delft. She is also the co-director of the Centre for Urban Science (CUSP). Juliana has a diverse background with expertise in socio-technical systems, urban data science, and policy analysis. Her research interests include urban inequalities & spatial justice; climate change adaptation & urban resilience; just energy transition; housing & buildings; public participation & citizen empowerment; and related planning and policy implications. She looks at these questions from a socio-spatial perspective, often combining quantitative and qualitative research methods. Some of the projects she is involved with are (1) Citizen Voice – developing an open-source map-based platform for public participation, (2) Sponge Cities – a flagship project under the Climate Action Program of TU Delft, (3) SIA-City – a socio-spatial framework to evaluate and monitor inequalities in cities and support integrated urban planning.