I am currently accepting graduate students interested in:
- real estate, household mobility, geodemographics, and neighbourhood change
- active travel and accessibility in topographically-rich urban environments
- land use, travel behaviour, and the quantitative spatial morphology of cities
Skill sets for each project differ, but candidates should ideally have a background in GIS and spatial analysis with some mix of quantitative or econometric methods and/or experience (or willingness to learn) with R/Python. Strong candidates are eligible for generous funding packages.
See our Graduate studies page and the School of Graduate Studies for more information on how to apply.