GeoDa Center part of $4.4 million NSF CyberGIS award
Luc Anselin, Walter Isard Chair and Director and Serge Rey, Professor are respectively Co-PI and Co-Investigator on a newly awarded five year $4.4 million NSF grant to investigate "CyberGIS Software Integration for Sustained Geospatial Innovation." Anselin and Rey are partnering on the project with the University of Illinois, the UC San Diego Supercomputing Center, the University of Washington and Oak Ridge National Laboratories. The ASU share of the award is $1,275,000. The research will be carried out in the GeoDa Center.
More information: CyberGIS Software Integration for Sustained Geospatial Innovation