News & Updates

  • Our 2023 Spatial Data Science Symposium session The use of granular spatial data to examine geospatial mobility in social science research along with all other symposium session are available to view online here.
  • I am organizing a session on the use of granular spatial data to measure urban mobility and access at the 2023 Spatial Data Science Symposium on September 6th. Panel information can be found here. Registration is free and online.  See below for more information.

The 4th Spatial Data Science Symposium (SDSS 2023) will take place on September 5-6, 2023 as a distributed virtual meeting. All sessions will be held online, but hubs will welcome participants in person in Canada (Calgary, Montreal), New Zealand (Auckland, Christchurch), Switzerland (Zurich), The Netherlands (Utrecht), the UK (Bristol) and the USA (Buffalo, College Park).

The program includes paper presentations, an early career panel, thematic sessions, keynotes, and interviews. As in past years, SDSS 2023 aims to bring together researchers in academia, industry, government, and the non-profit sector from all over the world.

While registration is free, spots are limited, so please register early. Further details at

  • New working paper A Demographic Bridge to Diversity? Segregation and Diversity of Millennial Young Adult Neighborhoods in U.S. Metropolitan Areas with Jennifer Candipan has been included as a part of the Association of Population Centers working paper series. Check the paper out here. The paper received media coverage by the Wall Street Journal. I also presented the paper at the University of California, Berkeley Population Center in August, 2022. A recording of the presentation can be found here.