I am currently seeking students for a range of research projects, both at a level of PhD (with funding for outstanding students), Masters and internships (not funded):
- Research in indoor and urban movement behaviour analysis, modelling, and prediction, based on unique, large-scale datasets of tracking data;
- Analysis of use of navigation services based on large scale data logs;
- Urban structure modeling (formal methods research);
- Design and evaluation of data mining methods for the characterisation and classification of large spatial networks (both with a statistical focus and/or performance/algorithmisation and implementation angle);
- Research exploring building structure quantitative analysis methods expanding approaches from ( but not limited to) space syntax and their experimental validation;
I am also interested in supervising other research projects broadly in the field of spatial information science (including formal models of spatial communication, spatial cognitive engineering, spatial data handling, and spatial analytics). If you are interested in more theoretical aspects of spatial communication modelling, have a strong formal modelling/computational (quantitative) methods background, and an H1 equivalent Undergraduate/Masters score in GIS, Computer Science, Geography or Urban sciences, please, contact me.