Hochmair, Henry

Associate Professor, Geomatics

Henry Hochmair joined the Geomatics program as a faculty member in 2008. His speciality within Geomatics lies in spatio-temporal analysis of geo-data using Geographic Information Systems (GIS), which can be applied to a variety of disciplines. His areas of interest include analyzing people’s travel behavior in multi-modal transportation networks, with a focus on public transportation and cycling, assessing the data quality of free geo-data on the Internet, and describing and predicting the spatial dispersal patterns of invasive termites in South-East Florida.

He is the Geomatics faculty in charge at the Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center. More information about that campus is available at mygeomatics.com.

COURSES TAUGHT

SUR 3520 Measurement Science
SUR 4350/6934 Geodesy and Geodetic Positioning
SUR 5525 Least Squares Adjustment
SUR 5365 Digital Mapping
SUR 6103 GIS Programming
SUR 6116 Geographic Information Systems Analysis

  • GIS
  • Spatial Analysis
  • Bicycle and Public Transportation
  • Data Quality
  • GEOMATICS
    Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center (FLREC)
    3205 College Avenue
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314-7799

    hhhochmair@ufl.edu
    (954) 577.6317

  • PhD, Geoinformation, Technical University of Vienna, 2002
  • MSc, Geodesy, Technical University of Vienna, 1998
  • MA, Electroacoustic Composition, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, 2000