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Dr Chayn Sun

Spatial analysis and statistical modelling

“My research centres in the interdisciplinary fields of geography, psychology, transport, and GIS, with topics related to human-environment interactions, human mobility, and urban planning, such as the impact of urban vegetation on urban heat islands (UHI).”

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A/Prof Karin Reinke

Spatial Data Quality and Uncertainty

“My work involves using geospatial technologies for observing and measuring our environment. Issues of data quality, uncertainty and scale, and the remote sensing and analysis of vegetation and wildfire are my key areas of research.”

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Prof Matt Duckham

Geographic Information Science

“My research is about making sense of real-time big data about the world, no matter whether that data is generated by sensors on a smartphone or vehicle or by a person.”

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Dr Serene Ho

Responsible Geospatial Innovation

My work focuses on geospatial innovation as social innovation for land rights recording. Mainly working with vulnerable communities, I research the relationship between social structures (culture, norms, laws) and behavior, and the development and use of geospatial data and technologies.

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Dr Gang-Jun Liu

Geographic Information Science

“I am developing and applying GIS-based techniques and approaches to modelling, analysis and visualization of geographical phenomena, patterns and processes, at fine resolution, to support urban and regional sustainability.”

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Dr Amy Griffin

Cartography and Visualisation

“I am interested in how people use maps and other information visualisations both in everyday life and to support their thinking about real-world spatial problems like finding clusters of disease or identifying economic improvement zones. I also apply geospatial analysis techniques in collaboration with historians to understand past events like the Vietnam War.”

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Prof Allison Kealy

Multi-Sensor Positioning Systems

“I combine data from sensors like GPS, Wifi, smartphones to solve location problems in which safety and efficiency are important such as driverless cars, drones and emergency responders.”

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