Matt Duckham is an Associate Professor in Geographic Information Science at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and works in the Geomatics research group in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering. He also holds an ARC Future Fellowship (2010-2014) for research on the topic of ambient spatial intelligence (AmSI). Before coming to Melbourne in 2004, he worked at the NCGIA (National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis) at the University of Maine, US.
Matt’s research is about robust and distributed computing with geographic information. In addition to his research in decentralized spatial computing, his previous research has included:
He is also a coauthor, with Prof Mike Worboys, of the second edition of the GIS textbook “GIS: A Computing Perspective” published by CRC Press.
More information about Matt’s publications and research can be found via his website, http://www.duckham.org.