Catch up on the latest news and events from the NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics
Center for Geospatial Analytics News
June 26, 2022
Real-World Problem-Solving with Custom GIS Solutions
In their final semester, each Geospatial Information Science and Technology master's student completes a capstone project with a community partner to solve a real-world problem.
Discover this semester's impacts »
Congratulations to Our Graduates!
At December graduation, NC State will award five doctorates, sixteen professional master's degrees in GIST and nineteen graduate certificates in GIS to members of the Center for Geospatial Analytics community.
Meet our graduates »
Everyone is a Designer: Tangible Landscape Democratizes Design
The College of Design recently highlighted graduating center Ph.D. student Payam Tabrizian for his pioneering work. Find out how he is changing the way people design landscapes.
Explore his research »
Snow: Did You Know...?
Faculty Fellow Sandra Yuter uses satellite, radar and other data to study storms and is the Center for Geospatial Analytics' resident weather expert. We asked her about the science of snowflakes.
Find out more »
2018 Promoted and Tenured Faculty
Among NC State's 2018 list of faculty promotions are Faculty Fellow Del Bohnenstiehl (rank promotion to professor) and Assoc. Director of Spatial Computing and Technology Raju Vatsavai (awarded tenure). Congratulations to them both!
See the full list of faculty promotions »
Upcoming Deadline: Ph.D. Applications
The cutting-edge Ph.D. program in Geospatial Analytics is accepting applications for Fall 2019 enrollment until Feb. 1, 2019. Fully funded graduate assistantships with $25,000 salary, benefits and tuition support are available.
Find details about the program »
Geospatial Forum Spotlight: Geospatial Processing in the Cloud with Google Earth Engine
Google Earth Engine is a geospatial game changer that can process in days big data that would take other computer systems over 200 years. Learn the basics of this powerful platform from Dr. Nick Clinton, member of the Earth Engine Developer Relations Team at Google.
Watch the presentation and discussion on YouTube »
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