University of Colorado at Boulder

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Faculty

Stefan Leyk

GIScience, uncertainty modeling, small area estimation, cartographic pattern recognition

Associate Professor of Geography 

GIScience
303-492-4695 Gugg 201f  
Ph.D. University of Zurich / Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape, 2005

Research Interests

  • Uncertainty in GIScience and spatial uncertainty modeling
  • Land cover change modeling  & retrospective landscape assessments based on historical spatial information
  • Cartographic pattern recognition from historical maps
  • Spatial dynamic modeling approaches in public health

Selected Publications

Publications updated May 2013

Labs & Facilities

KESDA Ken Erickson Spatial Data Analysis Lab

KESDA Lab is an instructional computer lab with advanced software and hardware used to teach technique (skills) courses in geography.

Meridian Lab

The Meridian Lab is directed by Professor Barbara P. Buttenfield and pursues research to develop and evaluate new software tools for Geographic Information Science. These software tools support...

Recent Courses Include

Spring 2017  GEOG 4103/5103 (4) Intro to Geographic Information Science

Spring 2017  GEOG 4303/5303 (4) GIS Programming for Spatial Analysis

Fall 2016  GEOG 4103/5103 (4) Intro to Geographic Information Science

Spring 2016  GEOG 4303/5303 (4) GIS Programming for Spatial Analysis

Spring 2016  GEOG 5113-001 (3) Seminar - GIS

Graduate Students

Petra
Norlund
Ph.D.
Geographic Information Science
Alexander
Stum
Ph.D.
spatial predictive model, GIS
Johannes
Uhl
Ph.D.
GIS, spatio-temporal modelling, machine learning
Hamidreza
Zoraghein
Ph.D.
GIScience; spatial statistics; small area estimation
         
Andrew
Bock
M.A. Alumni
2011
Multiscale landform characterization for land use evaluation using fuzzy sets
Galen
Maclaurin
Ph.D. Alumni
2015
Reverse engineering the National Land Cover Database: a machine learning algorithm for extending land cover data in the spatial and temporal domains.