We provide an array of services with our pioneering expertise in advanced methodologies for space-time predictive analysis. Our award-winning research aims to improve science-based understanding of natural processes and monitored data. Ask about our customized solutions, and responsible, personalized consulting with an authority on space-time analytics. We also offer related courses, and contribute to the community with highly specialized, uniquely featured open-source software.
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Since 1991, our collaborators have been developing space-time statistics and geostatistical methodologies and software. For more than two decades, our award-winning research has been charting groundbreaking paths for spatiotemporal analysis, and we have been offering our expertise in numerous studies across different disciplines. This expertise and technical knowledge is now available for your projects through SpaceTimeWorks.
The following graph illustrates a collection of our key publications along this timeline. Click on a boxed number to link to the corresponding publication reference on the detailed Publications page, or view this list at the bottom of the graph.
Join us at the Joint Statistical Meetings 2014 (JSM2014) conference this year for an exciting roundtable session presented by Dr. Alexander Kolovos. Specifically, you can register for Dr. Kolovos's roundtable titled "The Continuing Impact of Spatiotemporal Statistics" sponsored by the American Statistical Association Section on Physical And Engineering Sciences. JSM2014 will be held in Boston, MA between August 2-7, 2014.
In addition, later this year SpaceTimeWorks organizes a session at the 16th Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (organized by IAMG), to be held between Octover 17-20 in New Delhi, India. In particular, our session is simply titled "Spatiotemporal Modelling" and targets the more focused topic of methodological progress and modeling applications in space-time data analysis.
Once more, SpaceTimeWorks illustrates actively its continuing support of scientific exchange in the expert domain of space-time data analysis, and we hope to see and meet you at these events!