Msc (National Taiwan University), Bsc (National Taiwan University)
Integration of Real-time geospatial services in Disaster Management
System Integration and Interoperability, Disaster Management, Ontology and Semantic Web
Kuo-Chih completed the Master's Program in the Graduate Institute of Building and Planning and Bachelor’s Degree in Department of Geography both at National Taiwan University (NTU).Now, he is a PhD student in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, the University of Melbourne.
His research interest is about application of GIS and mobile device in data sharing, decision support, and model analysis. He is proficient in data process and system development. His master thesis, "An Ontology-based OpenGIS Web Service Architecture" had received the best paper award at the 2006 Taiwan Geographic information Society Conference.
He had been a technical assistant when he was in NTU. After the military service he have worked as a system engineer and technical supervisor in GIS industries, accounted for developing, analysis, and managing GIS projects with governments, such as Emergency Management Information System of National Fire Agency and Taipei City 1999 Call center GIS application. His current work is about how to integrate the Volunteered Geographic Information and real-time service in disaster management.
|Hung, K. C., Kalantari, M., & Rajabifard, A.||Methods for assessing the credibility of volunteered geographic information in flood response: A case study in Brisbane, Australia||2016||Applied Geography||Volume 68, 37-47||This article was published online by Elsevier.|
|Hung, K. C., Kalantari, M., &amp;amp;amp; Rajabifard, A.||Assessing the quality of building footprints on OpenStreetMap: a case study in Taiwan||2016||GSDI 15 conference||Taipei, 29 Nov. - 2 Dec. 2016.||This article was published in the proceedings of the GSDI 15 conference GSDI 15 conference|