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.
|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|
- Spatial Analysis
- Bicycle and Public Transportation
- Data Quality
- 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