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I am interested in teaching various courses in GIScience. They include a series of GIS: Introduction to GIS, GIS-based Modeling, Database for GIS, and Web-based GIS, and a series of remote sensing: Introduction to Remote Sensing and Introductory/Advanced Digital Image Processing.

I believe that teaching is a great opportunity to contribute to the scientific society, to communicate with future researchers, and at the same time to deepen my understanding and knowledge.

Spring 2012


ERE693. GIS-based Modeling (syllabus)

Fall 2011


ERE335/ERE530. Numerical and Computing Methods (syllabus)

ERE692. Remote Sensing of the Environment (syllabus)

Spring 2011


ERE596-12. Remote Sensing of the Environment

Fall 2010


FEG335. Numerical and Computing Methods

ERE596-06. GIS-Based Modeling

Spring 2010


ERE596-12. Remote Sensing of the Environment

Fall 2009


FEG335. Numerical and Computing Methods

ERE596-06. GIS-Based Modeling

Spring 2009


ERE596-12. Remote Sensing of the Environment

Fall 2008


ERE596-06. GIS-based Modeling

Spring 2008


ERE351. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics (syllabus)

  • Consists of two lectures (M, W 12:45-1:40 at Baker 437).

Fall 2007


ERE596-06. GIS-based Modeling

  • Objective: implement spatial and temporal modeling concepts using GIS-based modeling techniques.
  • Topics include spatial interpolation, suitability and capability modeling, hydrologic modeling, dispersion modeling, calibration modeling, accessbility modeling, and rainfall-runoff modeling.
  • Consists of two lectures (M, W 10:35-11:30 at Baker 437) and one lab (W 3:45 - 6:35 at Baker 438).

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