Research talk at ENS in Lyon, France • 8 Dec 2022

A new research talk, this time in France 🇫🇷: Notre collègue Denis Vigier coordonne la deuxième édition du cycle de conférences Extraction, traitement et visualisation de données complexes en géographie (XVIIIe siècle – XIXe siècle), organisées à l’ENS de Lyon et financées par l’Institut Rhônalpin des systèmes Complexes (IXXI). Il est adossé au projet GEODE du LabEx ASLAN. Photo by Negative Space … Continue reading Research talk at ENS in Lyon, France • 8 Dec 2022

Mapping heritage seminar at the Polytechnic University of Turin • 21 Nov 2022

Next week I will be giving a research seminar in Italian at this event on the theme of cultural heritage ("patrimonio"), on the 21 November 2022 at 6 PM (UK time). Talk title: "Mappare i musei britannici: la geografia del patrimonio culturale tra data science e GeoWeb" See Zoom link in the PDF below: locandina-settimana-patrimoniov-2022Download

Call for Abstracts: Museum Analytics, new directions

📢 Call for abstracts: https://kingsdh.net/museum-analytics/   🐦 Tweet: https://twitter.com/kingsdh/status/1592082797610647552 💡 Organisers: Dr. Andrea Ballatore, King’s College London, UK • Dr. Jamie Larkin, Chapman University, CA  🌎 Location (hybrid): King’s College London (The Strand, London, UK) and online ⏰ Submission deadline: Friday 20 January 2023 🗓 Event date: Thursday 18 May 2023 Museum Analytics: New directions Call for abstracts Data science has the capacity to … Continue reading Call for Abstracts: Museum Analytics, new directions

The UK museum boom event – 17 Nov 2022

I’m pleased to invite you to this event for the Mapping Museums project I am part of: Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2022, 18:00 GMT Location: Clore Management Centre, 27 Torrington Square, London WC1E 7JL Chair: Isabel Wilson, Arts Council England Speaker: Prof Fiona Candlin, Professor of Museology, Birkbeck Respondent: Lisa Ollerhead, Director, Association of Independent Museums Photo by … Continue reading The UK museum boom event – 17 Nov 2022

RGS-IBG Conference session: Geographies of misinformation – GIScRG, DGRG

Our conference session has been confirmed: 09:00-10:40 Friday, 2 September, 2022 (Henry Daysh Building - 1.06, Hybrid, Newcastle University, UK) • Find the Zoom link at the [session page] Schedule: 9:00 • Introduction by chairs 9:15 • 327 Socio-demographics aspects of Twitter Covid misinformation across countries • Daniel Valdenegro Ibarra, Serge Sharoff, Jose Sosa, Souad … Continue reading RGS-IBG Conference session: Geographies of misinformation – GIScRG, DGRG

W2GIS keynote speech: “Beyond GIS? The future of Cultural Geo-Analytics”

I look forward to giving this keynote speech next week at the 19th International Symposium on Web and Wireless Geographical Information Systems (W2GIS 2022). See the slides here. Photo by Samson Katt on Pexels.com Title: Beyond GIS? The future of Cultural Geo-Analytics Abstract: Cultural geo-analytics (CGA) is an emergent area that studies the geographical dimension … Continue reading W2GIS keynote speech: “Beyond GIS? The future of Cultural Geo-Analytics”

Call for Abstracts: Geographies of Misinformation • Deadline: 18 Mar 2022

If you are interested in online misinformation, disinformation, and conspiracy theories, join us in this session at the RGS-IBG conference in Newcastle! Call URL: https://geoinfo.science/rgs-2022-geographies-of-misinformation/ Photo by Markus Spiske on Pexels.com The RGS-IBG Annual International Conference regularly attracts over 2,000 geographers from around the world. This year, the conference is taking place at Newcastle University, with in-person, online, … Continue reading Call for Abstracts: Geographies of Misinformation • Deadline: 18 Mar 2022

Video • Demarcating place in cultural geo-analytics

Here's the recording of my ISPRS webinar with Prof Skupin: Abstract: Cultural geo-analytics (CGA) studies the geographical dimension in the production and consumption of cultural objects, relying on digital data and spatial methods. Given the conceptual and empirical centrality of place in CGA, I will outline the main challenges and desiderata in place representation, addressing … Continue reading Video • Demarcating place in cultural geo-analytics

Webinar • Demarcating place in cultural geo-analytics • 17 Feb 2022

I look forward to giving this ISPRS (online) talk in a few days: Webinar Series by ISPRS TC IV: Geospatial Knowledge Representation and Analytics Date/Time: February 17th, 2022; 9:00 PCT, 12:00 EST, 17:00 UTC, 18:00 CET ISPRS WG IV/2 (Ontologies, Semantics, and Knowledge Representation for Geospatial Information) Webinar Moderator: Dr Margarita Kokla (National Technical University … Continue reading Webinar • Demarcating place in cultural geo-analytics • 17 Feb 2022

Social Media and/as Urban Research: A Workshop for Beginners

When: 30 March 2021, 14:00 — 17:00Venue: Online Book your place now [booked up] Event description Registration Deadline: 12 March 2021, 5pm GMT (UK Time) About: Are you an urban researcher interested in using or focusing on social media in your project? Are you curious about some of the conceptual and methodological issues at stake? Social Media and/as Urban Research is … Continue reading Social Media and/as Urban Research: A Workshop for Beginners