Helena Mitasova Selected for 2020 UCGIS Research Award
The Center for Geospatial Analytics' Associate Director of Geovisualization has been named the 2020 recipient of the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science's (UCGIS's) Research Award.
2020 TRELIS Fellows Announced
The TRELIS project is a professional development program for women educators in the geospatial sciences. Faculty Fellow Jelena Vukomanovic has been accepted into the 2020 cohort.
SECASC Researcher Spotlight – Katie McQuillan
Every year, the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center funds a multi-disciplinary cohort of Global Change Fellows. Catch up with 2019-2020 fellow and Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Katie McQuillan to learn more about her research into forest water dynamics.
Visual Analysis of Ship Data Using Omnisci Immerse
Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Umesh Gupta was invited to speak at Converge 2019, the inaugural conference organized by the company Omnisci, about his award-winning work mapping big data from ships.
Making Mapping and Modeling More Accessible
Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Nick Kruskamp won an Outstanding Student Presentation Award at the American Geophysical Union 2019 Fall Meeting. Learn more about his conference experience and how his host mapping research seeks to make data sharing more open.
Tracking Tiny Organisms Using Big Data
Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Megan Coffer has developed a first-of-its-kind workflow for processing data from commercial satellites, which will advance understanding of large-scale cyanobacterial blooms.
Remote Sensing and the Science of Sound
Does boat noise bother fish? Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Shannon Ricci is innovating the detection of small boats in satellite imagery to better understand the impacts of maritime traffic on underwater soundscapes.
Fall Colors and Climate Change: How Rising Temperatures Might Shift Colorado’s Season of Gold
Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Nikki Inglis is combining geospatial models to predict where aspen trees might grow––and provide stunning roadside views––over the next 100 years.
Urban Growth Model FUTURES 2.0.0 Released
Developers at the Center for Geospatial Analytics have released the newest official version of the center’s signature open source software for modeling urban growth: FUTURES 2.0.0.
2019 Year in Review
At the Center for Geospatial Analytics, 2019 was a very busy year! Check out the top ten most popular news posts from 2019.