Welcome to the SPATIAL INTERFACE RESEARCH LAB...
SIRL is a research lab dedicated to geospatial interface research and geovisualization research, based in the Department of Geography [link] at Simon Fraser University [link], in British Columbia, Canada.
Researchers at SIRL include: graduate student researchers specializing in geovisualization and geospatial interface research; undergraduate research assistants developing research skills and experience; faculty associates collaborating on joint projects; and visiting scholars wishing to spend time conducting collaborative research with us.
What we do:
- We design, develop and evaluate advanced geospatial interface technologies
- We design, develop and evaluate geographic visualization techniques
- We apply these technologies and methods to a variety of real-world projects.
- We develop the science and theory behind their design, application and use
Check out our RESEARCH and NEWS pages to learn more about our latest work.
Please contact us if you have questions about the Spatial Interface Research Lab, research projects, research opportunities,, are interested in perhaps joining us, or would like to propose a collaborative project.
Contact: Dr. Nick Hedley / Director, Spatial Interface Research Lab.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 778.782.4515 (office)FAX: 778.782.5841
Address: Dr. Nick Hedley
Spatial Interface Research Lab.
Department of Geography / RCB 7229,
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive