Upcoming seminar on spatial optimization
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Upcoming seminar on spatial optimization

The significance of optimization cannot be overstated. It is literally relied upon or responsible for much of what we see and do on a daily basis. This paper explores in particular spatial optimization and its formalization to support geographic analysis, planning, management and understanding. It is highlighted that geographic information systems (GIS) often represent a … Continue reading

New article coauthored by Dr Dorina Pojani on aging and mobility in Iranian cities
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New article coauthored by Dr Dorina Pojani on aging and mobility in Iranian cities

Internationally, an age-friendly built environment, including safe, affordable, and convenient transportation, has been identified as crucial in enhancing the quality of life for increasingly large numbers of elderly people. This study presents data on the urban travel and mobility patterns of older adults in Shiraz, Iran – a country where the population is ageing faster … Continue reading

Seminar by Scott Lieske: Urban design & results variability in hedonic price modeling
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Seminar by Scott Lieske: Urban design & results variability in hedonic price modeling

Urban design and results variability in hedonic price modeling Thursday 23 November, 2-3 pm Room 320, Steele building Speaker Dr Scott Lieske  Abstract Within the context of Australia’s backlog of transportation infrastructure development, “Value capture is back in fashion, and the calls are growing louder for Australia to tap into these seemingly wonderful revenue streams” … Continue reading