Dr Levi Wolf
BSc, BSc, MSc, PhD (Arizona State)
I work on new methods and concepts to understand segregation and sorting in economic, political, and demographic behavior. I've worked on problems in redistricting, elections, segregation, income inequality.
Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Human GeographySchool of Geographical Sciences
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I did my undergraduate and PhD at Arizona State University, working on projects under Sergio Rey, Luc Anselin, Alan Murray, and Stewart Fotheringham. I spent some time in industry (Nextdoor.com, CARTO.com) and then arrived at Bristol after going ABD in 2017. I have remained at Bristol since, elevating to Senior Lecturer in 2019.
Projects and supervisions
Revealing Coccolithophore Trait diversity and its climatic impacts
01/11/2022 to 31/10/2025
DescriptionThis project extended the use of the SpInt module and PySAL library for the accessibility calculation for Competing Destination model application. Read more here: https://lenkahas.com/post/gsoc.html
01/07/2021 to 30/09/2021
DescriptionMy researches focuses on concepts and application of spatial interaction models as a networks.
01/09/2019 to 01/09/2022
Essays on the geography of contentious collective action in Africa
More-than-Human Geographies of Antibiotic Consumption
High-resolution rural poverty mapping in Pakistan with ensemble deep learning
Quantitative geography III: Future challenges and challenging futures
Progress in Human Geography
Inference in Multiscale Geographically Weighted Regression
- E-pub ahead of print
Inference in Multi-Scale Geographically Weighted Regression
Inferring neighbourhood quality with property transaction records by using a locally adaptive spatial multi-level model
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems