Master research opportunities UNC-Charlotte: visualization of spatial and space-time uncertainty

The Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNC-Charlotte) is inviting prospective master students to apply for a graduate assistantship beginning in Fall 2017 or Spring 2018

The students will work on a project evaluating the merits of visualization techniques for spatial uncertainty, with application to the domain of public health. Specifically, the visualization of geocoding errors and space-time uncertainty.

Ideal candidates will have an interest in public health, GIS and geovisualization. Preferred qualifications include programming skills in Python, or Java. The candidates will join a team of students working in Center for Applied GIScience which has exceptional expertise in cutting-edge GIS, spatiotemporally explicit modeling, and big data analytics.

Information about the master program is attached to this email. Applications can be initiated at Interested applicants should contact Dr. Eric Delmelle (