B Geom(Hons)/BArts(Melb), PhD
Topic & Interest Areas
GIS, Demographics, City dynamics, Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) and the design of administrative boundaries
Serryn is currently involved in two projects within the Centre for SDI and Land Administration. First is the spatial enablement of health data — this project aims to provide health organisations with access to spatially enabled health data so they can plan for the future. The second is co-editing the monthly Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) Asia Pacific newsletter.
Since Serryn completed her PhD in GIS and the design of administrative boundaries in 2003 she has spent three years at Curtin University in Western Australia. At Curtin she lectured on spatial analysis and researched techniques for the early detection of disease outbreaks. Since returning to Melbourne in 2007 Serryn has been working as the Future Melbourne research coordinator for the City of Melbourne. Future Melbourne is a plan to grow Melbourne as a sustainable city to global standards. Serryn is also a part-time research fellow at the Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration at the University of Melbourne.
|Ian D Bishop, Serryn Eagleson, Christopher J Pettit, Abbas Rajabifard, Hannah Badland, Jennifer Eve Day, John Furler, Mohsen Kalantari, Sophie Sturup, Marcus White||Using an Online Data Portal and Prototype Analysis Tools in an Investigation of Spatial Livability Planning||2017||International Journal of E-Planning Research (IJEPR)||Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 1-21||This article was published by IGI GLobal [Link to the article]|
|Eagleson, S.||North West Melbourne Data Integration Project||2012||In A. Rajabifard et al. (eds.), A National Infrastructure for Managing Land Information- Research Snapshot (Ch. 13).||pp. 116-121.||This book chapter was presented at "NIMLI Seminar", the University of Melbourne, 13 Nov 2012. [Link to Book]|
|John Thompson, Serryn Eagleson, Payam Ghadirian and Rajabifard, A. ,||SDI for collaborative health services planning||2009||GSDI 11 World Conference||Rotterdam, The Netherlands 15-19 June 2009||This is a paper from GSDI 11 World Conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 15-19 June 2009 [GSDI Association]|
|Eagleson, S., Escobar, F. and Williamson I.P.||Automating the Administrative Boundary Design Process Using Hierarchical SpatialReasoning Theory and Geographical Information Systems||2003||International Journal of Geographical Information Science||17(2), 99-118||This is a pre-print version of an article published in the International Journalof Geographical Information [Link to Journal]|
|Eagleson,S., Escobar, F. and Williamson, I.P.||Hierarchical Spatial Reasoning Theory and GIS Technology Applied to the AutomatedDelineation of Administrative Boundaries||2002||Computers, Environment and Urban Systems||26,185-200.||This is a pre-print version of an article published in Computers, Environment andUrban Systems 2002 published by Elsevier. This version is reproduced Underthe self archiving policy [Link to Journal]|
|Escobar,F, Williamson, I and Eagleson, S||Developing a Hierarchical Reasoning Based Model for the Australian Spatial DataInfrastructure (ASDI)||2000||Presented to AUSLIG, December 2000.||-||This is a paper from AUSLIG, December 2000.|
|EscobarF, Eagleson S, and Williamson, I||Automating the administration boundary design process using Hierarchical SpatialReasoning (HSR) theory and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)||2000||Fullerton, Ked., European Commission, Joint Research Centre||6th EC-GI & GIS Workshop, Lyon, June 28-30th 2000||This is a paper from 6th EC-GI & GIS Workshop,June 28-30th 2000.|
|EaglesonS, Escobar F, and Williamson I.P.||Hierarchical Spatial Reasoning Applied to Automated Design of Administrative Boundaries||2000||URISA 2000, Orlando||19-23 August 2000.||This is a paper from URISA 2000.|
|Eagleson,S., Escobar, F. and Williamson, I.P.||Spatial Hierarchical Reasoning Applied to Administrative Boundary Design Using GIS||1999||Presented at the 6th South East Asian Surveyors Congress, Fremantle||1- 6 November 1999.||This is a paper from 6th South East Asian Surveyors Congress, 1 - 6 November 1999.|