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Massey Geoinformatics Collaboratory is a network of researchers in different departments and campuses of Massey University who work with geographic information and conduct research in geoinformatics.

The Collaboratory was established in June 2016 with support from the University’s Strategic Innovation Fund, and includes researchers from computer science, information technology, human and physical geography, planning, soil science, geomorphology, public health and disaster management at Massey’s Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington campuses.

Latest Blog Posts

Call for Papers: Special Issue on GeoAI

Description Researchers in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Geography have been developing various points of contact in the past, with many possibilities of mutual benefit in the future. Recently, subsymbolic AI methods, such as Deep Learning, have increased the quality and scalability of data processing methods in remote sensing, geographic information retrieval,  natural language processing (NLP)Continue reading “Call for Papers: Special Issue on GeoAI”

Massey to host New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference

The New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference 2022 will be hosted at Massey University’s Wellington Campus on 29-30 August. The conference theme is finding our way to an open world. The past two years have seen increased restrictions on physical movement around the world, but also increased need for cross-border, cross-discipline and cross-domain data access, use,Continue reading “Massey to host New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference”

Congratulations to Dr Gabor Kereszturi for winning the Massey University Early Career Research Medal

Congratulations to Dr Gabor Kereszturi, who has won both the College of Sciences Early Career Research Award and the University Early Career Research Medal this year. Gabor’s research focuses on geospatial mapping and quantifying geological and environmental processes using remote sensing and field-based approaches. In particular, he has shown strong research leadership in developing newContinue reading “Congratulations to Dr Gabor Kereszturi for winning the Massey University Early Career Research Medal”


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