Feb 10, 2022

Observing Landslide Events from Multi-Satellite Sensors

Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Raja Das is advancing the use of satellite imagery and machine learning to map the impacts of landslides and flooding, comparing the utility of different spatial resolutions and algorithms.

Feb 9, 2022

Future Fire Use and Wildland Urban Interface Communities in Western North Carolina

Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Kate Jones is working with land managers to develop scenarios of future prescribed fire management and predict the effect of different strategies on the distribution of downwind smoke through space and time.

Jan 20, 2022

Efficiently Monitoring Small Farms from Space

Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Izzi Hinks developed an approach to optimally augment publicly available satellite imagery with high-resolution commercial data to track crop development on small farms.

Dec 15, 2021

Untangling the Complexity of Stormwater Problems

Research led by Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Corey White modeled stakeholders' perceptions of flooding problems and solutions in the Triangle Region of North Carolina to inform the development of an innovative serious game called TomorrowNow.

Dec 14, 2021

Congrats to Our December 2021 Graduates!

This semester, we celebrate the NC State graduation of 51 members of the Center for Geospatial Analytics community. Congratulations to all of our doctoral, professional master’s and graduate certificate students on their perseverance and success!

Dec 14, 2021

GIS Service-Learning Solutions for Utility Management, Community Health, Building Resilience and More

During the Fall 2021 semester, our graduating professional master’s students worked with industry, government and nonprofit partners to apply their knowledge and skills to pressing geospatial challenges.

Nov 9, 2021

MGIST Program Provides Solid Framework for Professional Growth

Meredith DiMattina has a drive for going above and beyond. She shares how her determination for learning more led her to pursue a master’s degree in the online MGIST program and how it has impacted her career.

Nov 5, 2021

Keeping Track of Rare Mountaintop Plants with Drones

Researchers from the Center for Geospatial Analytics have devised a method to more safely and efficiently monitor endangered high-elevation plants, by predicting their likely locations and then flying drones in high-probability areas to collect imagery.

Oct 28, 2021

New Funding Program Supports Diversity and Inclusion Projects

A new donor-funded College of Natural Resources program for improving diversity, equity, inclusion and justice is supporting the W.E.B. Du Bois Visualization exhibit organized by the Geospatial Graduate Student Organization.

Oct 8, 2021

Meet Our Landscape Dynamics 2021–22 Undergrad Researchers

The Center’s Landscape Dynamics group is excited to welcome four new undergrad researchers who bring talents from a variety of majors to our biological invasions and urban systems research.