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Molly Azami

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Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant

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Office:
Geography-Geology 319
Phone Number:
CGR
Research Interests:

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The nature of data, particularly spatiotemporal data.  Analyzing movement and environmental data in human-animal conflict areas to find viable and mutually beneficial solutions. Developing software tools that aid in the analysis and visualization of spatiotemporal data. Teaching and pedagogy of spatiotemporal related software and techniques. 

CV:
2022CV_0.pdf (104.55 KB)
Education:

M.I.T.    2003      University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia                                    Internet Technology

M. S.      1991       Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana                         Geography (Regional Planning)

B. A.      1988      Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana                         Geography (Cartography and Remote Sensing)

2005      Graduate Certificate in GIS, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga, USA

2002     Certificate in Computer Programming, Cardiff University, Wales, UK

Selected Publications:

Budak Arpinar, I., Sheth, A., Ramakrishnan, C., Lynn Usery, E., Azami, M. and Kwan, M.‐P. (2006), Geospatial Ontology Development and Semantic Analytics, Transactions in GIS, 10: 551-575. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9671.2006.01012.x

Major Professor

Marguerite Madden

Professor/Director of the Center for Geospatial Research

Committee Members

Sergio Bernardes

Associate Director, Center for Geospatial Research

Jerry Shannon

Associate Professor

Angela Yao

Professor

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