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Utilizing Geospatial Data Analysis and Visualization in CEU Research

Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Systems Laboratory and Spatial Mapping and Analysis Research Group (SMARG) cordially invite you to

 Utilizing Geospatial Data Analysis and Visualization in CEU Research 


 NADOR 15, ROOM 101

At the event, students of the “Introduction to Spatial Analysis with GIS” course will present their final projects, which explore environmental and other problems by means of Geographic Information Systems (ArcGIS) and remote sensing. Each presentation will introduce findings and the project’ workflow, from problem formulation, data collection and manipulation, to results interpretation.

Projects in the following broad categories will be presented and discussed:

Wildlife Conservation

9:30 - 11:10

Assessing critical habitats for Southern Mountain Caribou in British Columbia, Canada
Luna Milatovic 

Assessing habitat suitability for reindeer populations in Finnmark, Norway, using spatial analysis and remote sensing
Evgeniya Koloskova

Understanding potential corridors in the Uttar Pradesh Terai of India
Shwetha Nair

Potential Conservation Areas for Mongolian Gazelle in Inner Mongolia, China
YIfei Zhao 


11:10 - 12:00

Deforestation in Hungary

Gáspár Békés

Analysis of Deforestation in São Paulo, Brazil
Zhibek Issakyzy

Disaster Management

13:00 - 14:15

Landslide susceptibility in the Drina river basin
Jelena Zigic

Identification of potentially dangerous glacial lakes in the northern Ile-Alatau (Trans-Ili Alatau)
Yerzatkhan Ablaikhanov

Myanmar: Hydrological and Dam Construction Analysis
Robin Mace-Snaith


14:15 - 15:05

Wind & Solar Power Potential in India
Shushant Vasisth

The optimal allocation of e-mobility charging infrastructure in Budapest
Vágvölgyi Szabolcs


15:05 - 15:30

A trial on archaeological predictive modelling – Medieval Pauline monasteries in Hungary
Zsuzsa Pető


The event will be introduced by Viktor Lagutov, Head of the Systems Laboratory at the Department of Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management, and the course instructor.


SMARG community members are welcome to attend all presentations or join the session of interest.