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The UCSB Brownbag Forum on Spatial Thinking

 

Informal noon-time presentations that feature theories, concepts, tools, and applications for spatial thinking across disciplines, including the natural and the social sciences, as well as the humanities. Presentations will take place at the Center for Spatial Studies, Phelps 3512, 12:00–1:00 pm.

Please contact Karen Doehner (805-893-8224), kdoehner@spatial.ucsb.edu) to review and schedule possible discussion topics or presentations that share your disciplinary interest in spatial thinking.

Schedule 2016–2017 (also available on our Google Calendar)

Upcoming eventsSpeaker
February 14, 2017Liz Chrastil
Department of Geography
University of California, Santa Barbara

Navigation: Spatial Knowledge, Individual Differences, and Neuroscience
Past events
November 29, 2016Andre Bruggmann
University of Zurich

How Does GIScience Support Spatio-Temporal and Thematic Information Exploration in the Humanities?
November 8, 2016Tomi Kauppinen
Aalto University
Helsinski, Finland

On Spatial Aboutness
November 1, 2016Ben Halpern
NCEAS
University of California, Santa Barbara

Mapping Global Hotspots of Ocean Aquaculture
October 25, 2016Johanes Sholz
TU, Graz

Ontology and Epistemology of Indoor Manufacturing Environments
October 18, 2016Katja Seltmann
Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration
University of California, Santa Barbara

The Informative Bug: A Case Study Defining Areas of Endemism using North American Insects
October 11, 2016Jeffrey Hoelle
Assistant Professor
Department of Anthropology
University of California, Santa Barbara

Forest, Weeds, and Hair: Conceptual Categories of Nature and the Management of "Covers" in Amazonia

Archive of the past ThinkSpatial brownbags schedules and the list of announcements:

2015–2016 | 2014–20152013–2014 | 2012–2013 | 2011–2012 | 2010–2011 | 2009–2010 | 2008–2009 | 2007–2008

Last modified: February 1, 2017