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|Urban Studies, Transport and Architectural Space||UCL||Smart Cities and Urban Analytics||✓||✓|
|UCL||Spatial Data Science and Visualisation||✓||✓|
|UCL||Spatial Design: Architecture and Cities||✓||✓|
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The Urban Studies, Transport and Architectural Space pathway is comprised of four Departments and Centres at UCL: the Urban Laboratory, the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), the Space Syntax Laboratory and the Transport Institute. The pathway undertakes methodologically innovative, cross-disciplinary research into cities, the built environment and complex urban socio-spatial phenomena. It has six intersecting main areas of activity that directs its research:
- Housing and spatial justice
- Transport and mobility
- Ecology, health and metabolism
- Change and crisis
- Imagination, design and architectural space
- Data and places
ESRC funding, available on a competitive basis, is normally available only for UK Home students (fees & subsistence) and EU students (fees only). Registration can be on either a full-time or part-time basis. Ascertain your eligibility to hold an ESRC studentship here.
Your proposed research project needs to fall under the specific remit of the ESRC, please see here.
Please take a look at the research interests and contact details of some potential supervisors: USTAS potential supervisors list. Although note this is not an exhaustive list.