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Andy Hong

Title: Assistant Professor
College: Architecture & Planning
School / Department: City & Metropolitan Planning
Mentoring Philosophy:

The student and the project mentor will schedule a regular time to talk about the project's activities as well as more general advice regarding research and career planning. During these sessions, the student will also receive instruction or assistance with concepts or technology related to their project. If the student is from the University of Utah, he/she will have a desk space in the Warnock Engineering Building, provided by our collaborator from the School of Computing.

The student is encouraged to take charge of the project and suggest their own innovations and technology. Potential technologies to investigate and resources for preliminary independent research may be recommended by the mentor.

In order to guide the project toward success from both urban planning and computer science sides, the student will also meet with the project mentor and partners in computer science. The student will further be included in group meetings with the project mentor's research group (Healthy Aging and Resilient Places Lab,