Fellow, Center for Spatial Data Science
Lecturer in Quantitatve Human Geography, University of Bristol
Levi John Wolf, PhD is a Fellow at the Center for Spatial Data Science and a Lecturer in Quantitatve Human Geography at the University of Bristol. He is a quantitative social scientist, using spatial statistics and computation to make sense of US politics, economics, and social dynamics. In particular, he is is interested in how the boundaries we draw, such as neighborhoods, congressional districts, or policy administrative zones, both create and reflect socio-spatial processes. In addition, he has consulted on spatial analysis and geocomputation for companies doing terabyte-scale spatial data science, such as NextDoor and CardoDB, and is a leading contributor to the Python Spatial Analysis Library and the JuliaGeo ecosystem.