Paid research position at the UCSB MOVE lab

The UCSB Department of Geography seeks a graduate student to design and conduct a cognitive study to evaluate visualization of movement data. To apply and for more information, please contact …

NSF CAREER Award 2021

Somayeh Dodge received a Faculty Early Career Development Program Award from the National Science Foundation from the National Science Foundation for the project titled CAREER: Modeling Movement and Behavior Responses …

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Students Fellowships and Awards

Spring 2021 announcements: As we approach the end of the 2020-2021 academic year, we wanted to share recent news about members of our lab. It’ll be a busy and productive …

Colloquium and Keynote Talks

June 22, 2021, IJGIS Webinar Series Somayeh and her co-authors Harvey Miller, Jennifer Miller, and Gil Bohrer were invited to present a webinar featuring their 2019 paper titled “Towards an …

Conference Presentations

Evgeny’s Presentation at GIScience 2021 30 September 2021: Evgeny presented a paper on “A novel method for mapping spatiotemporal structure of mobility patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic” at the GIScience …

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Somayeh Dodge presents talk at AutoCarto 2020

Somayeh Dodge recently gave a talk entitled “WhereNext: Towards a Cartographic Framework for Movement” at AutoCarto 2020 on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. See Dr. Dodge’s talk here: Extended Abstract Slides …

Mobility and COVID-19

Modeling of the effects of NPIs in COVID-19 transmission Browse visualizations here: covid19-mobility-vis MOVE starts a new interdisciplinary collaboration with the UCSB Geography, Computer Science, Statistics and Applied Probability Departments, …

MOVE seeks PhD students

The MOVE@UCSB Laboratory at the Geography Department at UC Santa Barbara is seeking PhD students. We are looking for talented students with a strong quantitative background in GIScience, Geography, Computer …

MOVE receives an NSF award

Somayeh Dodge has been awarded an NSF grant as the sole PI of the project “Visualizing Motion: A Framework for the Cartography of Movement” (NSF award # 1853681, amount $328,756). …