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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Department of Social Sciences | Urban Sociology | Think&Drink Colloquium | Dateien_english | SoSe19_en | Making sense of the spatial location for urban studies using geoinformation science

Making sense of the spatial location for urban studies using geoinformation science

When Jul 01, 2019 from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM (Europe/Berlin / UTC200) iCal
Where Universitätsstraße 3b; 10117 Berlin; R002
Contact Name
Contact Phone 030209366530
Attendees
  • Prof. Tobia Lakes, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • (Chair) Prof. Talja Blokland, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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Title: Making sense of the spatial location for urban studies using geoinformation science

Speaker: Prof. Tobia Lakes, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

(Abstract below / Kurzbeschreibung s. unten)

ENGLISH
The Think and Drink Series is presented by the Georg-Simmel-Center for Metropolitan Studies @ HU Berlin
-> on Mondays 6pm ct Room 002 (Ground Floor)
-> Universitätsstraße 3b / 10117 Berlin
-> Free & open to anyone interested in Urban Sociology, no prior registration needed
-> Talks and discussions take place in English language (with few exceptions)

DEUTSCH
Die Veranstaltungen der Think and Drink Reihe werden präsentiert vom Georg-Simmel-Zentrum für Metropolenforschung an der HU Berlin.
-> immer Montags 18 Uhr ct. in Raum 002 (Erdgeschoss)
-> Universitätsstraße 3b / 10117 Berlin
-> Kostenlos und offen für alle stadtsoziologisch Interessierten, keine vorherige Anmeldung nötig
-> Mit wenigen Ausnahmen finden die Veranstaltungen in Englischer Sprache statt.

More info / weitere Infos:
https://www.sowi.hu-berlin.de/de/lehrbereiche/stadtsoz/think_drink

ABSTRACT

Spatial data and geoinformation systems are increasingly available for addressing diverse research questions. Indeed, the location in space provides several benefits, however, at the same time, challenges for the scientific workflow. This presentation offers insights in opportunities of geoinformation science for empirical research on environmental justice and childhood health in urban areas. New data sources and techniques are being critically discussed and conclusions are drawn for possible future multi- and transdisciplinary research.