Using point process models for comparing archaeological settlement patterns Kaarel Sikk (University of Luxembourg, C2DH and DGEO) When? 21st May 2021, 2 to 3 pm Where? via Webex (request meeting link by registering to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) Point process modelling provides a framework for exploring systems that can be observed as a set of points.
Towards a spatially explicit urban CO2 budget. Urban carbon emissions, dispersion and sequestration in Europe On May 21st, our sixth Quadtrees Hub will take place. The aim is to share and discuss research in progress. Quadtrees’hubs are open to anyone interested and somehow familiar with some quantitative techniques and willing to progress with these. Please
This is just a short blog post on my recent experience and observations from my first GISRUK conference in Newcastle, UK. The conference started with four workshops over the first two days along with sixty presentations and ~200 attendees over the course of the week. The slides from my presentation “Change in Artificial Land Use
Back from the 7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress in London (http://www.ispah.org/london-2018), this is a quick report on my experience of this conference. A little background for those of you who are not familiar with ISPAH (just like me before my first participation this year), this is a large conference on physical
This is a quick report on my first participation to a Complex systems conference 2 weeks ago in Thessaloniki, Greece (http://ccs2018.web.auth.gr/). We were 2 from Luxembourg attending: Kaarel had a contribution within the “Evolution of Cultural Complexity”, while I was kindly invited by Elsa Arcaute (CASA, UCL) for a guest talk within the UrbanSys satellite. My first