TALISMAN has awarded six User Fellowships to individuals from non-academic organisations to undertake collaborative projects at the Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy (CSAP) in Leeds or the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) in London. The aim of this highly innovative fellowship scheme is to provide individuals with an opportunity to learn and apply state-of-the art methods in geospatial analysis to their own data sets.
Three of the fellowships are with CASA, two with CSAP and one jointly with both CASA and CSAP. More details can be viewed about the individual fellowships from the links below:
- Gaynor Astbury of Geofutures (Joint CASA/CSAP) – project now completed
- Gavin Baily of Tracemedia (CASA)
- James Gleeson of the Greater London Authority (CASA)
- Karl Kropf of Built Form Resource (CASA) – project now completed
- Riley Marsden of Barnsley MBC (CSAP)
- Susan Wood of Leeds Citizens Advice Bureau (CSAP)