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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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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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A/Prof Chris Bellman

Photogrammetry

“My research involves the use of digital imagery, combined with other spatial technologies, for measurement and monitoring, including the emerging role of Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems for data acquisition.”

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Prof Kefei Zhang

GNSS and Space Science

“My research is connected with improving GNSS for high-accuracy positioning, atmospheric studies, space situational awareness, and people mobility and object tracking.”

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Dr Julie Currie

Space Physics & Space Weather

“My research is focussed on understanding how space weather affects the dynamics of near-Earth space and the impacts of this on ground-based and space-based communication, surveillance, and positioning technologies.”

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Prof Mark Shortis

Measurement Science

“My research is all about extracting precise measurements from digital photographs to track aerospace models in wind tunnels and monitor fish populations in the oceans.”

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A/Prof Don Grant

Surveying, Geodesy

“My research covers the contribution of the cadastre to provide tenure security and community resilience to natural disasters. I am also involved in research on geodetic reference systems and international boundaries.”

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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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