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Welcome to S3C

The Spatial Cognition, Computation, and Complexity Laboratory is located in the Department of Geography at the University of Oregon. The S3C Lab is a place of research and teaching focused on the use of computational and experimental methods for investigating human interactions, behavior, and decision-making with and within natural and built environments. Faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students participate in collaborative research projects aimed at understanding these complex geographic phenomena through cutting-edge scientific methods that include emergent geospatial technologies, computational modeling, and neuroimaging. The S3C Lab also hosts workshops on the use of geospatial technologies, complexity, and computational models for understanding our world.

Recent Updates

  • S3C x ICC2019
    Members of S3C were in attendance at this year's International Cartography Conference held in Tokyo between July 16th-20th. Dr. Amy Lobben and Bill Limpisathian presented their research titled "Representations of Place in the Human Brain," co-authored with S3C alum Dr. Megan Lawrence Presentation Extended Abstract Bill Limpisathian and Dr. W. Andrew Marcus, as members of…
  • Carolyn Fish Awarded NCAR Grant
    Assistant Professor Carolyn Fish was recently awarded the NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research) Innovators Program Grant. Fish and incoming graduate student Michala Garrison will spend the next two summers working in Boulder, Colorado with NCAR scientists and a cohort of eight other early-career faculty to conduct research on the impacts of climate change and…
  • S3C Hosts Dr. Cindy Brewer from Penn State Geography
    Dr. Cindy Brewer, professor and head of the geography department at Penn State will be visiting the department and S3C on May 9 & 10. Dr. Brewer is best well known for her ColorBrewer tool, which has helped countless cartographers and data scientist with perceptual color schemes for visualization. She will be giving a UO…
  • S3C x AAG
    Faculties and students of S3C were in full force at the AAG annual meeting in DC this year. Dr. Amy Lobben and Bill Limpisathian present their talk titled Neurological Correlates of Cognitive Navigational Self-location Dr. Lobben was also elected Vice President of AAG. Her term begins in July. Bill was also elected Student Director of…

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