This research aims to enhance the sense of security in a specific neighbourhood by stimulating social cohesion through the creation of shared rhythms. Rhythms can be stimulating and rhythms can be detrimental. Rhythms can discipline people and rhythms can facilitate self-organisation. Rhythms can nurture well being and rhythms can indicate when something is wrong. Work in progress and first results of this exploratory research ar published here.
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The research is carried out by Delft University, AMS Institute and 6 cities in the Netherlands: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Zaanstad, Den Haag, Helmond en Zoetermeer with the support of the "Digitale Steden Agenda", a network organisation around smart cities.
Student Project Groups of the LDE Minor Responsible Innovation participate in the research. Students study and explore rhythms and interventions in rhythms in the 6 different cities.