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Dr. Ran Wei Selected as 2020 Emerging Scholar in Spatial Analysis and Modeling

Dr. Ran Wei Selected as 2020 Emerging Scholar in Spatial Analysis and Modeling

Congratulations to our own Dr. Ran Wei who was selected as the 2020 Emerging Scholar from the Spatial Analysis and Modeling Group of the American Association of Geographers!

Congrats Ran!

Dr. Ran Wei Selected as 2020 Emerging Scholar in Spatial Analysis and Modeling

New CGS Paper Provides Software for Synchronous Exploration of Multiple Variables at Multiple Spatial Extents

New CGS Paper Provides Software for Synchronous Exploration of Multiple Variables at Multiple Spatial Extents
A new paper from the CGS team, Dr.s Su Han, Serge Rey, Eli Knaap, Wei Kang, and Levi Wolf develops a new open source and web-based tool for exploring relationships between multiple variables at multiple spatial scales.
New CGS Paper Provides Software for Synchronous Exploration of Multiple Variables at Multiple Spatial Extents

Congratulations to Dr. Ran Wei on her promotion to Associate Professor

Congratulations to Dr. Ran Wei on her promotion to Associate Professor
We are thrilled to announce that Founding Faculty Member Dr. Ran Wei has earned her promotion from Assistant Assistant Professor to Associate Professor (w/ tenure), beginning July 1st, 2020.
Congratulations to Dr. Ran Wei on her promotion to Associate Professor

Predicting Gentrification with Machine Learning

Predicting Gentrification with Machine Learning
CGS Associate Director Eli Knaap will deliver a presentation on a new CGS paper on modeling gentrification through time and space at the upcoming “Predicting Gentrification with Machine Learning” conference hosted by the Berkeley Institute for Data Science
Predicting Gentrification with Machine Learning

Franklin & Rey Deliver Distinguished Lectures

Franklin & Rey Deliver Distinguished Lectures
CGS Director Sergio Rey and Center Affiliate Janet Franklin will speak at the Distinguished Lecture Series for the Department of Geography at San Diego State University on February 4. Professor Franklin’s lecture will focus on Geospatial Data for Forecasting Global Change Impacts on Ecosystems, while Professor Rey’s will concentrate on Open GIScience.
Franklin & Rey Deliver Distinguished Lectures

Rey Keynote at ICGIS 2019

Rey Keynote at ICGIS 2019
Serge Rey will give a keynote a the International Conference on Geographic Information Science in Merida, Mexico.
Rey Keynote at ICGIS 2019

CGS at Gecomputation 2019

CGS at Gecomputation 2019
CGS Affiliate Janet Franklin will be delivering the keynote address at this year’s Geocomputation conference, and our director Serge Rey will be delivering a Spatial Data Science Workshop.
CGS at Gecomputation 2019