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  1. Dr Junfeng Jiao presents CASA seminar: "Transit Desert USA—…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/2018/sep/dr-junfeng-jiao-presents-casa-seminar-transit-desert-usa-lessons-52-cities

    13 Sep 2018: Dr Junfeng Jiao (Director of the Urban Information Lab at the University of Texas at Austin) visited CASA last week to deliver a seminar on his research, "Transit Desert USA— lessons from 52 cities".

    Dr Junfeng Jiao (Director of the Urban Information Lab at the University of Texas at Austin) visited CASA last week to deliver a seminar on his research, "Transit Desert USA— lessons from 52 cities".

  2. Alumni Spotlight: Oliver Lock | The Bartlett Centre for Advanced…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/2018/may/alumni-spotlight-oliver-lock

    31 May 2018: Oliver studied with us on our MRes Advanced Spatial Analysis & Visualisation (now MRes Spatial Data Science & Visualisation) in 2013-14.

    Oliver studied with us on our MRes Advanced Spatial Analysis & Visualisation (now MRes Spatial Data Science & Visualisation) in 2013-14.

  3. Spotlight On: Alistair Leak | The Bartlett Centre for Advanced…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/2018/mar/spotlight-alistair-leak

    5 Mar 2018: Alistair worked as a Research Associate at CASA investigating potential applications of new forms of urban data.

    Alistair worked as a Research Associate at CASA investigating potential applications of new forms of urban data.

  4. Dr Hitomi Nakanishi Visits CASA | The Bartlett Centre for Advanced…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/2017/oct/dr-hitomi-nakanishi-visits-casa

    27 Oct 2017: Dr Hitomi Nakanishi Visits CASA. 27 October 2017. Dr Hitomi Nakanishi, from the University of Canberra, paid a short visit to CASA in October 2017, as part of her current research project, “ Flood evacuation modelling and the visualisation of

  5. Professor Kay Axhausen (ETH Zurich) Visits CASA | The Bartlett Centre …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/2017/sep/professor-kay-axhausen-eth-zurich-visits-casa

    29 Sep 2017: Professor Kay Axhausen (ETH Zurich) Visits CASA. 29 September 2017. CASA were delighted to welcome Professor Kay Axhausen from the Future Cities Laboratory at ETH Zurich to deliver the first in our lunch time seminar series this term on Friday 29

  6. The 2016 Conference on Complex Systems | The Bartlett Centre for…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/sep/2016/2016-conference-complex-systems

    21 Sep 2016: The 2016 Conference on Complex Systems. 21 September 2016. CASA people have religiously attended the Complex Systems Society annual conference for the last 8 years. This year the meeting is in Amsterdam and Michael Batty and Roberto Murcio are

  7. Our Latest PhD | The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/jun/2016/our-latest-phd

    28 Jun 2016: Our Latest PhD. 28 June 2016. Congratulations to Greg Erhardt who completed and passed his PhD in record time: some two and a half years since he started. Shown here in the centre with Elsa Arcaute (far left) and Mike Batty (far right), his

  8. Colourful Oyster Card Visualisation Hits the News | The Bartlett…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/2014/mar/colourful-oyster-card-visualisation-hits-news

    20 Mar 2014: Colourful Oyster Card Visualisation Hits the News. 20 March 2014. A new map designed by CASA's Dr Ed Manley, a Research Associate on the MECHANICITY project, showing the most popular destinations on the London public transport network hit the news

  9. How will London 2012 affect commuters? | The Bartlett Centre for…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/jul/2012/how-will-london-2012-affect-commuters

    17 Jul 2012: How will London 2012 affect commuters? 17 July 2012. CASA researchers have teamed up with the BBC to investigate how the Olympics will affect London commuters. Thousands of visitors are predicted to use London’ s transport network during the Games,

  10. Are The World’s Subways Converging to the Same Shape? | The Bartlett…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/casa/news/may/2012/are-world%E2%80%99s-subways-converging-same-shape

    17 May 2012: Are The World’ s Subways Converging to the Same Shape? 17 May 2012. A paper by Mike Batty with three other authors - Camille Roth and Marc Barthelemy who are statistical physicists from CAMS (CNRS/EHESS) in Paris, and Soong Moon Kang a social

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