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.
- AAG Election
February 2, 2019AAG has recently released this year's ballots and information on the candidates. Amy is running for the position of Vice President! Visit AAG's election webpage to learn more about the process as well as the candidates.
- S3C Hosts Dr. Amy Griffin from RMIT in Melbourne, Australia
February 1, 2019Amy Griffin will be visiting the S3C lab and the Department of Geography the week of February 11-14, 2019. On Thursday February 14 Dr. Griffin will be giving the Department of Geography Tea Talk on Navigating Uncertain Census Estimates: Mapping Experiments with Urban Planners at 4pm in 106 Condon Hall. Please join for snacks at…
- Special issue in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
February 1, 2019Dr.Henry Luan is currently co-guest editing a special issue, Methodologies and Applications of Geographic Information Science and Spatial Statistical Analysis in Public Health, in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. This Special Issue seeks papers that demonstrate original research with innovative methodologies and applications of GIScience and spatial statistical analysis in the field of public health. More details…
- S3C Welcomes 2 New Faculty
January 22, 2019The lab is excited to welcome two new faculty into our GIScience program and the Spatial Data Science and Technology major. The CAS Dean’s blog recently featured profiles of both Henry and Carolyn on their blog. You can read about Dr. Henry Luan here and about Dr. Carolyn Fish here. Both Carolyn and Henry will be teaching some…