I am a cartographer who focuses on improving the utility and usability of geographic information through the development of user-centered visualization systems and methods.
I am Vice President and Chief Scientist for Woolpert, Inc., where I am responsible for designing and managing strategic programs to develop and implement new remote sensing technologies.
I have an abiding interest in spatial relationships and the technologies that provide deep analysis, and I interact with spatial, social, and technological relationships daily.
In addition to teaching, I engage in research on agricultural land use and energy production and lead the development of large spatial data management systems and online data access portals.
I work for the Australian Climate Service supporting disaster preparedness, response, recovery, and resilience. My work surrounds natural hazards/climate risk and health geography.
I am a geographer and GIScientist with an interest in spatial data analysis, spatial statistics and quantitative modeling. My work integrates GIScience technologies and quantitative methods to quantify and model landscape patterns.
I love teaching geographic foundations of geospatial intelligence. I’ll learn as much from you as you’ll learn from me. We’ll learn together.
I work with GIS and IT assessment, planning, and implementation assistance. I provide consulting, advisory, and project management services to clients in government and the private sector.
I specialize in geospatial programming and web map development and am particularly interested in the application of geospatial technology to weather- and climate-related projects.
I seek to connect remote sensing and geospatial data to important challenges of our nation and world.
I am a climate change hydrologist and GIS analyst with a research focus on evaluating climate change’s historical and future impacts on surface streamflow and climate variables.
My interests lie at the intersection of Economic Geography, Strategic Management, and Social Networks and the relationship between organizational and physical and/or social network space.
Amy's research interests include investigating the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in map reading and applications of GIS to historical geography.
Although I have a U.S. Defense Dept. background, I'm interested in all aspects and applications of geospatial intelligence.
Karl is a long-standing and active member of ASPRS and currently serves as the Chair of the Lidar Certification Review Committee. He has been a contributor to major industry publications and has conducted innumerable workshops and classes in lidar in both the public and private sectors.
Carolynne's research involves the development of computational methods for spatio-temporal analysis and modeling of vulnerability to hazards. She has over 15 years of experience with geospatial technology, and experience designing and teaching both in-person and online geospatial courses.
My interests are in law enforcement intelligence, homeland security, and national security
My academic interests fall in the realm of cartography. Specifically, I am interested in datums and map projections.
I am a geospatial analyst experienced with GIS in utility mapping and rural addressing. I am interested in projects that use geospatial knowledge and tools to solve problems internationally.
I am interested in expanding the use of GIS and other technologies, streamlining tasks through automation for efficiency and accuracy, and increasing data accessibility for non-GIS users.
I work at the intersection of home, mobility, and militarization. I'm interested in archaeological discourses and nationalism, the cultural landscapes of the Cold War, and the spatial uncanny.
James is also Chief Geospatial Scientist at Risk Frontiers, a consultancy specializing in catastrophe loss modeling, climate risk and resilience located in Sydney, Australia. His research interests are concerned with the integration of physical and social science factors in modeling risk and vulnerability.
My diverse interests span the fields of GIScience and remote sensing, historical cartography, landscape ecology and conservation, human geography and mapping, and academic librarianship.
My goal is to provide a meaningful curriculum to educate the current and future workforce and enable the use of remote sensing technology for the betterment of society and our planet.
My research interests include high spatial resolution multi-sensor remote sensing, GEOBIA, UAV mapping applications and modeling of Earth surface processes.
I have certification and solid experience in geodesy, cartography, cultural and political geography, remote sensing, and progressive uses of geographic information systems
I am a geographer and a current GEOINT practitioner. My research interests include migration trends and techniques for creating effective spatial visualizations.
I work at the intersection of cyber and geography. ICT items in the "cloud" have locations. Knowing where they are located varies and reflects other aspects of the human geography of the host country.
I teach from an analytical perspective and am interested in criminal intelligence analysis and geospatial intelligence, especially related to organized crime and terrorism.