Laura Tateosian is a Research Assistant Professor in the Center for Geospatial Analytics. She is a computer scientist with a research focus on visualizing geospatial-temporal data. She uses controlled studies and eye tracking technology to investigate innovative ways to represent and interact with geospatial data. Her work includes open-source natural resources database management and Web mapping, coastal terrain time-series visualization, aesthetic climatology data visualization, and narrative processing of geospatial content. Laura has developed graduate courses in geospatial algorithms and programming, including Principles of Geospatial Information Systems, Programming for GIS (in Python), and an advanced special topics course on Geospatial Visualization.
- Digital footprints: Incorporating crowdsourced geographic information for protected area management (2018)
- GazeGIS: A gaze-based reading and dynamic geographic information system (2017)
- Visualizations of coastal terrain time series (2014)
- Summary visualizations for coastal spatial-temporal dynamics (2013)
- Who's watching your food? A flexible framework for public health monitoring (2012)
- TanGeoMS: Tangible geospatial modeling system (2010)
- Designing a visualization framework for multidimensional data (2005)