In an effort to improve public crime mapping, we are conducting a research study with people who are based in the UK. By completing our online survey you have a chance to win two £25 Amazon vouchers. More...
Published: Dec 6, 2012 8:14:34 AM
The SpaceTimeLab launch event will be held at UCL on 30th October 2012. To mark the occasion, Prof. Michael Goodchild (UC Santa Barbara) will be giving a special keynote talk on Geographic Intelligence. This is a great opportunity to hear from one of the leading figures in GIScience and is not to be missed! More...
Published: Oct 23, 2012 10:25:54 AM
SpaceTimeLab is a multi-discplinary research centre at UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering. It brings together researchers from a diverse set of fields, in geography, GIScience, computer science, transport, geomatics, transport and crime science. Our vision is to gain insight into the spatio-temporal complexity in society, economics and engineering, with the subsequent aim to enhance systemic resilience and sustainability through engaging policy, public and industry. We focus on the development of theoretical and methodological frameworks for the analysis of spatio-temporal complexity, but also on the development and provision of a set of tools (for pattern detection, simulation, visualisation, prediction) and decision-making platforms which are applicable to a broad range of contexts such as transport, crime and security, economics, health, energy and social media. Our industrial collaborators include Transport for London, Met Police, Arup, ublox.
Current and past projects include:
- Crime Policing Citizenship (CPC Project)
- Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Network Data and Rout Dynamics (STANDARD Project)
- Modelling the Changing Surroundings of Everyday Life
- Trust in Web GIS for Public Engagement
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