Category Archives: Talks and seminars
The article Mark Stevenson and I wrote for the ‘Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice’ can be found here, under ‘Biological Geographical Profiling’. Pleasingly, we fall between ‘Biker Clubs/Gangs’ and ‘Biometrics’, which seems about right.
A quick note that Rgeoprofile, the R package that creates geoprofiles using the DPM model is up and running on our site. You can find the package alongside all of the documentation and guides available for download on the new … Continue reading
Just back from this year’s Cheltenham Science Festival, where I was giving a talk about my research in ‘Just So Science’. The session was great fun, and as well as bats and serial killers, the audience heard about naked mole-rats … Continue reading
This week I was invited to give a seminar on geographic profiling in biology in the School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences at Durham University on 5 November 2012.