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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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