Introduction

Big and dynamic spatial-temporal data have been, and continue to be, collected with modern data acquisition techniques such as global positioning systems (GPS), high-resolution remote sensing, census surveys, and internet-based volunteered geographic information. The research efforts in our lab focus on the development of new theory, methodology, and their applications to help understand massive and complex spatial data, acquire new insights and knowledge, and better support decision and policy making. Specifically, we have been conducting research in the following closely related areas (for each you may find related publications and software on this site):

  • Developing new computational, visual analytical, and statistical methods to process, analyze, and understand complex and massive geospatial and temporal data;
  • Addressing critical application problems concerning the environment, human society, and the interaction among them, such as climate change, public health,  security, migration, and transportation.
 

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News:

 

AAG 2015 CFP: Spatial Data Mining and Big Data Analytics

Big and dynamic spatial data have been, and continue to be, collected with modern data acquisition techniques such as global positioning systems (GPS), high-resolution remote sensing, census surveys, and internet-based volunteered geographic information.

Editorial Board, Cartography and GIS

Dr. Guo serves on the editorial board of the journal Cartography and Geographic Information Science, which is the the official publication of the Cartography and Geographic Information Society

AAG 2013 Special Sessions

Dr. Guo is organizing six special sessions on Spatio-Temporal Data Mining and Visualization at the 2013 AAG Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. Please consider joining us at the meeting!

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS

Dr. Diansheng Guo will serve on the Editorial Board of Transactions in GIS, from January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2014. Transactions in GIS is an international journal that publishes original research articles in geographic information science.