Friday, November 17, 2006

Social Science Applications utilising GIS at the CASA

The other day I was invited by the Scottish Executive Geographical Information Service (SEGIS) to give a keynote speech at their meeting entitled “Innovative Methods: The Role of GIS in Government Social Research.” The aim of the meeting was to demonstrate to social researchers within the Scottish Executive the opportunities that exist with GIS.

The talk I presented was based on a number of GIS research applications from CASA and was entitled "Social Science Applications utilising GIS at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis"

For those who are interested, a .pdf of the talk can be downloaded from here.

I would like to thank those at CASA that gave me some material for the talk.

No comments: