Congratualtions to Natalia Pervushina on succesful defence of her PhD thesis on Tigers in Global Wildlife Crime using the case study of the Amur-Heilong region. The Defence took 2 hours and concluded with awarding Magna Cum Laude. Among other methods, special attention was paid to Spatio-temporal Concentration Method (with kind assistance of Anastasia Kvasha). Well deserved, Natalia!
Syslab's Spatial Mapping and Analysis Reserach Group (SMARG) and CEU University Wide Course "Introduction to Geospatial Data Visualization" have jointly organized the graduate conference “Talking Maps” on January 11th, 2019. The conference featured research projects on visualizing geospatial data competed by students from different CEU departments.
Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy together with the Department of Medieval Studies organize a series of public events within the framework of the university-wide course Introduction to Geospatial Data Visualization.