For more information on the post-doc / PhD position, see https://enricodiminin.wordpress.com/2017/04/12/new-job-opening-on-illegal-wildlife-trade/
Edit: After a successful recruitment process, we are happy to announce that the position has been filled and Christoph Fink has joined the Digital Geography Lab as the new employee in the Illegal Wildlife Trade -project lead by Enrico Di Minin.
SoMeCon group is organising a small workshop to present early results of social media analyses for Finland on 26th October. See the program here:
Accessibility Research Group and SoMeCon project is actively present in this years Mobile Tartu Conference. Tuuli gives a keynote on the use of social media data on mobility studies, Henrikki presents our works in Kruger National Park (SA) with social media data and Olle tells about dynamic accessibility modelling in urban environments. Vuokko is our guerilla poster representive! Greetings from Tartu!