The Population Research Institute (PRI) at Penn State and the Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science (CSISS) at UC Santa Barbara are pleased to announce the offering of two summer workshops in 2010 under the Advanced Spatial Analysis Training for Population Scientists program (funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). This year both workshops will take place in July 2010 on the UC Santa Barbara campus with Don Janelle serving as the local coordinator. These workshops have a participation cap and are highly competitive. Anyone interested in these workshops must complete an application form (to be posted on‐line at the project website in mid‐January 2010). Closing dates for receipt of an application will be March 31, 2010 and successful applicants will receive notification of invitation to participate by mid‐April.
- Geographically Weighted Regression – July 12‐16, 2010 (arrival day July 11th)
The instructors include A. Stewart Fotheringham, Martin Charlton and Chris Brunsdon. A similar workshop was held at Penn State in 2008 and the format for the 2010 workshop will likely be similar. See http://www.csiss.org/GISPopSci/workshops/2008/PSU/agenda.php
- Spatial Pattern Analysis ‐ July 19‐23, 2010 (arrival day July 18th)
The instructors include Art Getis, John Weeks and Jared Aldstadt. A similar workshop was held in 2008 at UCSB and the format for the 2010 workshops will likely be similar. See http://www.csiss.org/GISPopSci/workshops/2008/UCSB/agenda.php
Please consult the training program website for updates: http://www.csiss.org/GISPopSci/