Category Archives: Centre For GIS

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Dr Norman Cheung appears on Channel 4, Sky News and LBC Radio after Super Typhoon Haiyan hits Philippines

Dr Norman Cheung, an expert in environmental hazards and disaster management at London’s Kingston University, said: …

Posted in Centre For GIS, Geography, Geology and Environment News, Schools

June 2012: ESRI Development Center Best Student

June 2011: ESRI Development Center Best Student Congratulations to Becky Watson who has been awarded the …

Posted in Centre For GIS, Geography, Geology and Environment News, SEC News

Are you wondering why we are experiencing such awful weather this summer?

Kingston expert explains floods

Dr. Norman Cheung was called on by the Sky News Sunrise show on 29th June 2012 …

Posted in Centre for Earth and Environmental Science, Centre For GIS, Geography, Geology and Environment News, SEC News

Graduate’s mobile app puts safety on the map

Kingston University computing graduate Jayesh Hirani is test-driving his business prowess with the launch of Safer …

Posted in Centre For GIS, Research News

Mapping out Britain’s landscapes

Dr Mike Smith

From brownfields to green belts and landslides to flood plains – planners, businesses and even ramblers …

Posted in Centre For GIS, SEC News

Leading edge curriculum….

Kingston students are again at the leading edge when it comes to curriculum development. The Centre …

Posted in Centre For GIS

New CEESR Director

Professor Nigel Walford has now become CEESR Director and will lead the Centre forward as it …

Posted in Centre For GIS

UK Rescue ChallengeUK Rescue Challenge

Dr Ian Greatbatch met researchers from Queen Mary and Goldsmiths college (as well as some KU …

Posted in Centre For GIS

ArcGIS Virtualised – World First

The Virtualisation of Applications technical team consisting of Malcolm Mcbeath, Chris Smith, James Holiday and Andy …

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SAR Training

Dr Ian Greatbatch has just returned from Wales where he qualified as an Advanced Swiftwater Rescue …

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