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,, to review and schedule possible discussion topics or presentations that share your disciplinary interest in spatial thinking.

Schedule 2017–2018 (also available on our Google Calendar)

Upcoming eventsSpeaker
November 21, 2017Alexander Franks
Department of Statistics
University of California, Santa Barbara

From Pixels to Points: Using Tracking Data to Measure Performance in Professional Sports

November 14, 2017Amr El Abbadi
Department of Computer Science
University of California, Santa Barbara

LocBorg: Location Privacy while Preserving Online Persona

October 31, 2017Clodoveu Davis
Computer Science Department
Universidade Federal de Minas Gervais

Spatial Integrity Constraints from Conceptual Modeling and their support in Spatially-extended DBMSs

October 10, 2017Matto Mildenberger
Department of Political Science
University of California, Santa Barbara

The Spatial Distribution of U.S. Climate and Energy Beliefs


Archive of the past ThinkSpatial brownbags schedules:

2016–2017 | 2015–2016 | 2014–20152013–2014 | 2012–2013 | 2011–2012 | 2010–2011 | 2009–2010 | 2008–2009 | 2007–2008

Last modified: December 1, 2017