King’s Geocomputation brings together researchers and students in the Department of Geography at King’s College London who work with contemporary data and computational tools to investigate geographical patterns and underlying processes.

The King’s Geocomputation Blog is a space for presenting and discussing ideas and work from the ongoing research and teaching in our group. The primary bloggers will be academic staff, including Dr James Millington (group convenor) and Dr Zahratu Shabrina (Zara). From time-to-time we have guest bloggers and we look forward to show-casing work from students on the GSA pathway in future.

Blogs can take time to pull together and it’s likely that we will post on our Twitter feed @kingsgeocomp more frequently than here (also see @jamesmillington and @zarashabrina) We’re not on Facebook but King’s Department of Geography is.