Donna Peuquet

Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography
Donna Peuquet
environmental cognition
geographic information science
space-time representation
spatial data models

My research interests are in the areas of geographic knowledge representation, knowledge discovery, spatio-temporal data models, spatial cognition, AI approaches to knowledge representation, geocomputation, and GIS design.

Since the early 1990's, my work has centered on the representation of time and temporal dynamics, including database, visual and cognitive representation and how these interrelate. Arguing that the human user and the computer must be viewed as components of a single system, my book, Representations of Space and Time, explores an integrated perspective, including philosophical, cognitive and technical aspects. See and for some of this work.

GeoVISTA Videos

Featured Project: SensePlace3, election edition

SensePlace3 user interface

SensePlace3 allows you to search and map Tweets from and about specific places in the 2016 election cycle. Try it!