Quadtrees Hub#3

Tuesday 17th of December, our third Quadtrees Hub will take place – to discuss ongoing research in quantitative methods, urban analytics and spatial data from both the Urban Development and Mobility Dpt of LISER and the Dpt of Geography and Spatial Planning at the University of Luxembourg. The aim is to share and discuss research

Quadtrees HUB #1

Tue 22nd 2PM, we launch a new series of internal workshop – Quadtrees Hubs– to discuss ongoing research in quantitative methods, urban analytics and spatial data from both the Urban Development and Mobility Dpt of LISER and the Dpt of Geography and Spatial Planning at the University of Luxembourg. The aim is to share and

ECTQG 2019 – EXTENDED Call for Abstracts > 30/04/2019

We are very pleased to open EXTEND the Call for Abstracts for the European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography in Mondorf-Les-Bains, Luxembourg (5-9 Sept 2019).The call is open until the 15th 30th of April 2019. Submissions are welcome for any topic of interest in quantitative and theoretical geography. In addition, 10 specifically organised sessions have been accepted, which we encourage you to consider

ECTQG 2019 – call for Special Sessions

We are particularly excited to invite you to the 21st ECTQG – European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography that will take place in Mondorf-Les-Bains 5-9 of September 2019. The call for Special Sessions is open until the 31st of January 2019. The call for papers will follow next from the 15th of February to

Python for Geographers – A Beginner’s Course

From the 10th to the 12th of September 2018, the University of Luxembourg’s Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, along with the Doctoral School in Humanities and Social Science (DSHSS), had the pleasure of hosting a beginner’s course in Python for Geographers. The course was run by Dr Daniel Arribas-Bel from the University of Liverpool