TGI Associates

TGI Associates are researchers and scientists focused on core geospatial sciences and applications. These integral members of the research consortium will benefit from access to our network of scholars, data, and other resources. TGI Associates are eligible to host and work with TGI Postdoctoral Fellows.

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Brian
Allan

  • Using spatial analytic tools to understand how human-mediated landscape change (e.g., urbanization, deforestation) affect human risk of exposure to vector-borne diseases transmitted by ticks and mosquitoes.
Noel
Aloysius

  • Hydroclimatology with emphasis on modeling at watershed to regional scale
  • Water and food security assessment
  • Coupled human-natural systems
  • Environmental change
  • Land and water management in agriculture
  • Remote-sensing for natural resource management
Orhun
Aydin

  • Computational Sustainability
  • Spatially Explicit Artificial Intelligence (GeoAI)
  • Dynamic Spatial Network Algorithms
  • Game-theoretic Environmental Policy
  • Bayesian Spatial Statistics
  • Decision Making Under Uncertainty
Sonya
Bahar

  • Animal foraging and spatial distribution of ecological resources
  • Development of geoscience curriculum
Jayashree
Balakrishna

  • Plant Phenotyping: Instrumentation
  • Agricultural data analysis
  • Climate change
Sanjiv
Bhatia

  • Using computer vision techniques for remote sensing
  • Storage and retrieval of remotely-sensed imagery
Stephen
Blake

  • Movement ecology
  • Conservation biology
  • Landscape ecology
Alex
Bradley

  • Using geospatial tools for research in biogeochemistry and earth science
Ximing
Cai

  • Basin-wide water resources availability and demand assessment
  • Land availability for bioenergy crop growth
Gerardo
Camilo

  • Mapping biodiversity in urban environments
  • Spatial distribution of pollination services in urban agricultural sites as a function of socioeconomic status
Bidisha
Chakrabarty

  • High frequency trading
  • Financial regulation
  • Finance and gender
  • Market structure
Kevin
Chang

  • Geospatial data mining
  • Automating human geography