Deputy Director of the GeoHealth Laboratory; Senior Lecturer (Above the Bar), School of Earth and Environment
Malcolm is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Deputy Director of the GeoHealth Laboratory. Some current examples of his research include: Smart Cities, Spatial Microsimulation of health and socioeconomic variables; Analysing various inequalities between population groups and geographical areas and Regional Economic Development. He also has a strong focus on Urban Geography, with previous projects on Value Uplift in New Zealand Cities. Dr Campbell leads the research theme on Smart cities, utilising close to real time information on peoples movements and the environment (air quality) around them from embedded sensor networks and smartphones in New Zealand and Sweden. He is involved in the NSC11 project, Crowd-sourced and urban sensor data insights for better cities, towns & homes.