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December 18, 2006

Spatial Thinking in the Social Sciences and Humanities

UIUC Holds GIS Conference/Workshop.

UIUC and NCSA sponsored a conference/workshop titled "Spatial Thinking in the Social Sciences and Humanities" This workshop brought together leading figures from various disciplines in the social sciences and humanities who use spatial analysis and GIS in their work. The objective was to reflect on how spatial thinking affects substantive findings and changes the way research questions are approached, and to assess the role of computation. The goal was to end up with useful insights and recommendations on the requirements for cyberenvironments and cyberinfrastructure for the social sciences and humanities.

More information and a schedule and FAQ can be found at:

Posted by vijoy at 06:06 PM

December 16, 2006

IRiSS hosts international conference

Infectious Disease and Demography is the topic of a upcoming IRiSS conference that has been chosen to be highlighted in Applera Foundation's international lecture series. The one-day program, scheduled for Friday, February 23, will focus on HIV/AIDs, tuberculosis, and malaria. The event is free and open to the public, though registration is required.

More information is available at: http://appliedbiosystems.coverallcrew.com/sls/usancalifornia/.

Posted by cthomsen at 07:08 AM