Riding high from a mention on the front page of Engadget, we at CASA at UCL are running a free one day conference on 13th April which will feature the work of our group on projects associated with our research funded by various UK research councils.
The conference is free but you have to register and space is limited.
If you want to come to the one day CASA meeting “Advances in Spatial Analysis & e-Social Science”, then please go to the registration site at http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/
Personally , the du team will be talking about the ‘Geography of Everything’ based around a project we have so far been unable to blog about, its going to be good…
If you need any more information about this meeting email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The programme for the CASA meeting is listed below
Session One (AM)
Online exploration of cultural regions, migration and ethnicity using the geography of personal names – Paul Longley & Pablo Mateos
Spatial Interaction Models for Higher Education – Alex Singleton & Ollie O’Brien
The Dynamics of Skyscrapers: Scaling, Allometry, and Sustainability – Michael Batty
Development of an urban growth model using high-resolution historical data – Kiril Stanilov
Session Two (PM)
The research frontier in urban modelling: the agenda and the challenges – Alan Wilson
On-line Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Network Data and Road Developments – Tao Cheng
Twitter Tags and Real-Time Visualisation of Complex Geographic Data with MapTube – Richard Milton
Tales of Things and Electronic Memory Creating and Mapping The Geography of Everything – Andrew Hudson-Smith
Panel Discussion with Mike Goodchild, Keith Clarke, David Maguire, Carl Steinitz