geoinformatics and earth observation laboratory

GEO Lab Overview

The Geoinformatics and Earth Observation Laboratory was established in Spring 2014 to advance GIScience and CyberScience by developing new computational methodologies and CyberInfrastructure solutions for the analysis of geospatial 'big data'. Our focus is on GeoScience and Earth Science problems with high impact to society such as environmental hazards and renewable energy.

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Guido Cervone

position: 
Director, Geoinformatics and Earth Observation Laboratory
Associate Director, Institute for CyberScience
Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Institute for CyberScience
photo: 
guido cervone
interests: 
environmental hazards
remote sensing
geoinformatics
social media
machine learning
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