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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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Dr Lucas Holden

Engineering Surveying

“My research is about applying the latest engineering surveying techniques to real-world problems, in natural and built environments.”

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Prof Simon Jones

Remote Sensing

“I research the remote sensing (satellite / aerial earth observation) of terrestrial ecosystems. I specialise in the remote sensing of forested lands, wildfires and the validation of satellite image products (i.e., linking spectral information to biophysical datasets).”

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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 Monica Wachowicz

Data analytics

Monica’s research investigates data analytics of movement within complex networks, among individuals and groups, and emerging from the interaction of social, economical and environmental systems.

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Dr Safoora Zaminpardaz

Multi-GNSS

“My research involves integrating navigation satellite systems (multi-GNSS) available in space for different applications including positioning, attitude determination and ionosphere sensing. I develop algorithms for modelling and integrity monitoring of multi-GNSS data.”

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Dr Maria Vasardani

“My research uses spatial cognition and natural language processing for the extraction and retrieval of geographic information from various sources, including the web and social media.”

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