Arianna Salazar-Miranda is a postdoctoral fellow at MIT’s Senseable City Lab and the Mansueto Institute at the University of Chicago. In 2024, she will transition to a faculty position in urban planning and data science at Yale University. Arianna earned her PhD in Computational Urban Science and a Master’s in Urban Planning from MIT. Additionally, she holds a Licentiate in Architecture from Veritas University, Costa Rica. Her professional trajectory includes roles in both the private sector and academia, with positions at Microsoft Research and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Arianna’s research integrates design, technology, and data to understand issues related to urban sustainability. Her contributions have been spotlighted by CNN, The Guardian, and the World Economic Forum, and have been published in leading journals spanning various disciplines.