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The Society’s Quantitative Methods Research Group (QMRG), in collaboration with the Spatial Analytics and Data (SAD) Seminar Series, have launched Spatial Analytics and Data: the interviews, a forum for dialogue among researchers united by an interest in geographic data and spatial analytics.
Spatial Analytics and Data: the interviews is an extension of the SAD seminar series, which is organised by Newcastle University, Bristol University and The Alan Turing Institute, and offers a platform for experts in spatial analytics and data to offer their insights on the evolutions in the field.
The series includes interviews with Professor Michael Batty, an internationally esteemed researcher in cities, complexity and urban cities, Luc Anselin, the Stein-Freiler Distinguished Service Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago, and Helen Couclelis, Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Interviews are conducted by members of the QMRG including Rachel Franklin, Dani Arribas-Bel, and Levi John Wolf.
You can watch the whole series on the Spatial Analytics and Data YouTube channel.
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