• Postdoctoral Scholar in Data Science and Movement Data Analytics

    The UCSB Department of Geography seeks a Postdoctoral Scholar in Data Science and Movement Data Analytics. To apply, please visit https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF01722 The postdoc will be engaged in multiple projects on analysis, modeling, and simulation of movement. The aim is to develop data science approaches to study movement in different contexts including human mobility, migration, health geography, and movement ...
  • Postdoctoral Scholar in Geographic Visualization and Spatial Cognition

    The UCSB Department of Geography seeks a PostDoctoral Scholar in Geographic Visualization and Spatial Cognition. To apply, please visit https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF01701 The MOVE Laboratory (http://move.geog.ucsb.edu) at the Geography Department at UC Santa Barbara is hiring a postdoctoral research fellow with a background in Spatial Cognition, Data Visualization, Cartography, or Human-Computer Interaction.  The successful candidate will be engaged in an ...
  • 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 Science, or Data Science, and interest in movement and mobility. Our group focuses on the study of movement using data science and geo-computational approaches, including ...
  • MOVE is hiring an undergraduate research assistant

    The MOVE@UCSB Laboratory (http://move.geog.ucsb.edu) at the Geography Department at UC Santa Barbara is hiring an undergraduate with experience in web development and visualization background. Funded Undergraduate Research Opportunity: Data Visualization and Web Developer We seek an undergraduate student with a background in data visualization and web development. The student will be engaged in an NSF funded project ...
  • 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). Evgeny Noi will be working on this project. This project will examine how motion as a dynamic phenomenon, with complex space and time dimensions, is effectively ...
  • MOVE transfered to UCSB!

    Somayeh Dodge joined the Department of Geography at UC Santa Barbara in July 2019. She runs the MOVE@UCSB Lab with a main focus on data science research on analysis, modeling, and visualization of movement. If you are interested in joining MOVE@UCSB, please contact Somayeh at sdodge@ucsb.edu.