Spatial Analysis and Research in
originated in 2004 as a collaborative effort
between Department of Geography and Department
of Computer Science, University of Calgary.
The laboratory is mainly supported by GEOIDE Canadian Network of Excellence, with
additional support from sponsors in Academia
Currently, SPARCS Lab hosts seven graduate and four
undergraduate students, working on a variety of projects
ranging from applied to theoretical and including
autocorrelation analysis, spatial statistics,
computational geometry, computer graphics and data
mining. International exchange students and visiting
researchers are also part of our everyday activities.