Moses Katontoka

Moses Katontoka

Researcher at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture

Moses Katontoka currently works as a researcher in the Chair of Heritage and Values in the Department of AE+T in the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment at TU Delft as part of the larger project called HERILAND. He graduated from the Copperbelt University and the University of Twente, gaining a Bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering and a Master’s degree in Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation with a specialisation in Urban Planning respectively. Moses has a broad interest in Agent-Based Modelling (ABM), and the application of Geospatial tools in solving urban challenges such as urban planning, urbanisation, transportation and the monitoring of conservation areas such as heritage properties to support decision making. Additionally, Moses has an interest in topological data analysis and how to apply them to heritage zoning and city configuration.