Room 10.16 L.C.Miall Building
School of Geography
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT UK
+44 (0) 113 34 33342
All standard office hours. Students please see Outlook diary.
I am a Senior Lecturer in GIS/Computational Geography. I'm primarily interested in developing 'Artifical Intelligence' solutions in geography (for example, in social modelling). However I also work to develop new technologies to aid democracy and people's understanding of space, such as 'fuzzy' mapping software.
|Other sites:||Ex-PhD students' sites:|
|Nick Malleson's blog
Dan Olner's blog / codeblog
Hazel Parry's blog
Andy Turner's blog
Chris Williams' codeblog
Benjamin Vis' ACUMEN site
- Wilson, T., Lovelace, R., and Evans, A.J. (2016) Can the sentiment expressed in trail users' tweets help to assess the effectiveness of Environmental Stewardship Agreements? An exploratory analysis of the Pennine Way National Trail, England. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy.
- Ward, J., Evans, A.J. and Malleson, N.S. (2016) Dynamic calibration of agent based models using data assimilation. Royal Society Open Science.
- Owen, A., Barrett,J. and Evans, A.J. (2016) Structural path decomposition analysis and its use in comparing multiregional input-output databases. Economic Systems Research
- Directions to office
- Research and Students
- Work in Progress
- Short C.V.
- TALISMAN: Geospatial Data Analysis and Simulation A three year National Centre for Research Methods node, consisting of CASA at UCL and CSAP at the University of Leeds, which will develop methods for geospatial data analysis and simulation.
- Wonders of Britain I'm also interested in early geographical understanding. You can find out more about my current work in this direction at the Wonders of Britain project.
- Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy
- Centre for Computational Geography
- Multi-agent Systems & Simulation Research Group