A Semester with Urban Analytics

This past semester I gave a new class at GMU entitled “Urban Analytics”. In a nutshell the class was about introducing students to a broad interdisciplinary field that focuses on the use of data to study cities. More specifcally the emphasis of the cla…

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A Semester with Urban Analytics

This past semester I gave a new class at GMU entitled “Urban Analytics”. In a nutshell the class was about introducing students to a broad interdisciplinary field that focuses on the use of data to study cities. More specifcally the emphasis of the cla…

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Special Sessions on GeoComputation @ NARSC

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Second Call for participation
Special Sessions on GeoComputation
61st Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International NARSC – RSAI
November 12-15, 2014, Washington, DC, USA
The special sessions on various aspects of GeoComputation are planned for the North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International (NARSC) to be held in Washington DC, USA, November 12-15, 2014. Suitable topics for the session presentations are theoretical, methodological and applied issues related to GeoComputation – spatial analysis and modeling, and in the context of regional science.
Please let us know if you are interested to contribute to the special session(s) by sending an email at <suzanad@sfu.ca> with the title, abstract, name of author(s), affiliations, contact details and the unique ID number at your earliest but not later than June 25th, 2014. The abstract should be 2,000 to 5,500 characters and spaces.
Please note that in order to have your presentation included to the special session we do need the unique identification number (ID). The ID, or PIN, is a number included at the bottom of the confirmation email received following the submission of an abstract.
Detailed information about the NARSC conference can be found at . Information about the submission process can be found at . Conference abstract submission deadline is July 1st, 2014.
Looking forward to seeing you in Washington, DC.
The organizers:
Prof. Suzana Dragićević
Department of Geography
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Email: suzanad@sfu.ca
Prof. Andrew Crooks
Department of Computational Social Science
George Mason University, USA
Email: acrooks2@gmu.edu
Prof. Jean-Claude Thill
Department of Geography and Earth Sciences
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Email: Jean-Claude.Thill@uncc.edu
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Special Sessions on GeoComputation @ NARSC

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Second Call for participation
Special Sessions on GeoComputation
61st Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International NARSC – RSAI
November 12-15, 2014, Washington, DC, USA
The special sessions on various aspects of GeoComputation are planned for the North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International (NARSC) to be held in Washington DC, USA, November 12-15, 2014. Suitable topics for the session presentations are theoretical, methodological and applied issues related to GeoComputation – spatial analysis and modeling, and in the context of regional science.
Please let us know if you are interested to contribute to the special session(s) by sending an email at <suzanad@sfu.ca> with the title, abstract, name of author(s), affiliations, contact details and the unique ID number at your earliest but not later than June 25th, 2014. The abstract should be 2,000 to 5,500 characters and spaces.
Please note that in order to have your presentation included to the special session we do need the unique identification number (ID). The ID, or PIN, is a number included at the bottom of the confirmation email received following the submission of an abstract.
Detailed information about the NARSC conference can be found at . Information about the submission process can be found at . Conference abstract submission deadline is July 1st, 2014.
Looking forward to seeing you in Washington, DC.
The organizers:
Prof. Suzana Dragićević
Department of Geography
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Email: suzanad@sfu.ca
Prof. Andrew Crooks
Department of Computational Social Science
George Mason University, USA
Email: acrooks2@gmu.edu
Prof. Jean-Claude Thill
Department of Geography and Earth Sciences
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Email: Jean-Claude.Thill@uncc.edu
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