I am a professor of Geography and Planning. I teach and conduct research on topics related to Geomatics, Spatial Cognition, and Health. My teaching includes introductor to advanced Geomatics.
I teach undergraduate classes in Geomatics and Cartography and Communication. I graduate classes in Sensor Networks and Geomatics. I am also a visiting scholar at Harvard, where I am lead instructor of the GIS Institute at the Institute for Quantiative Social Sciences.
Some of my experience includes running experiments on human navigation and wayfinding. This has included controlled studies involving different map types, confidence in positioning systems, and people's ability to point to nearby and distant places. I
I have had the good fortune to collaborate with scholars from many fields. I enjoy working in collaborative settings and have organized several conferences as a result of this preference.
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.