CAGIS is an interdisciplinary research center that focuses on using advanced space-time theories, methods, and technologies in cutting-edge Geographic Information Science for complex geographical problem-solving. Based on the synergistic coupling of spatiotemporal and computational thinking, major research themes of CAGIS consist of:
CAGIS has unique strength in these cutting-edge research themes and has intensive interest in their applications in alternative spatially integrated domains, including
The outreach mission of CAGIS is to foster and facilitate the application of geospatial data and analytical solutions transformed from its research outcomes to serve the need of faculty and students across the University, and external stakeholders from local to national levels. CAGIS seeks to sustain and foster partnerships with a wide audience of stakeholders and decision makers for community engagement through the provision of technical and research expertise in GIS-based spatial analysis and modeling.
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The next coming CAGIS seminar of this semester will be on November 13th, 2015 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm in CAGIS’ collaboration room (McEniry 124). Dr. Steve Walsh from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will give a talk:"Ecuadorian Amazon to the Galapagos Islands: Modeling Human-Environment Interactions in "Complex" Settings".
CAGIS is receiving a new award “Healthy Wells” from U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the NC Gaston County Department of Health and Human Services. The award for the “Health Wells” project is in total $666,665 for five years (UNCC part: $294,449).