2022–2023 fiscal year
Initiatives support students, faculty, and staff and address data justice
At the Center for Geospatial Analytics, we push the boundaries of geospatial data science to make discoveries and get important work done. Our state-of-the-art Geovisualization Lab features innovative tools and technologies that help stakeholders intuitively interact with spatial data, to explore patterns and make decisions.
Gao will graduate in December 2023 with a Ph.D. in Geospatial Analytics. He is currently employed as a post-doctoral research fellow at Harvard University.
The new US government definition of open science emphasizes “fostering collaborations, reproducibility, and equity.” The monetary cost of open-access publishing and the underrecognized effort of open-source development, however, can disadvantage underprivileged scientists.
Learn from one of the Center for Geospatial Analytics’ experts about the six components of open science, the importance of open licenses, how a scientist might think a research product is open when it’s not, and the need to budget for open science.
From introductory courses up to a doctoral study program, our world-leading faculty guides students through the foundational theory and real-world practice of geospatial analytics.
We design cutting-edge tools and innovative applications of spatial data to inform critical decision-making and deliver actionable solutions for complex problems.
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– Ross Meentemeyer, Director, Center for Geospatial Analytics