Welcome to my home page, which is also a resource for those interested in GISciences and Remote Sensing applications concerning complex spatio-temporal modeling and data acquisition issues. Currently, I'm an Assistant Professor of Geospatial Sciences in the School of Earth, Environment & Society at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Before this position I was a Remote Sensing Research Scientist at the University of Idaho in the Department of Forest Resources, where I previously held a Postdoctoral Fellowship and earned my Ph.D. (2002). I earned my Masters of Science degree in Forest Engineering at Oregon State University (1996) and my Bachelor’s degree in Forestry at St. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia (1992).
My research areas among others include GIScience and Remote Sensing, Grid Modeling, Multicriteria Decision Analysis, and Terrain and Watershed Analysis. I was also the lead scientist involved in a development of a high resolution, dual-use hyperspectral and multispectral system for airborne data acquisition called HAMCAM (Hyperspectral And Multispectral Cameras for Airborne Mapping). Some of my work been published in scholarly journals such as Geomorphology, Transactions in GIS, Journal of Geographical
Systems, and Control and Cybernetics.
Photos from my last trip in Macedonia
Latest newsSpatial Modeling
This semester Iím offering an advanced graduate course in spatial modeling.Fulbright Award
I was awarded a Fulbright award for Macedonia and this spring 2008 semester Iím scheduled to teach geospatial courses in Bitola, Macedonia.New Pub
My latest pub will appear soon in the Computers, Environment and Urban Systems. For more information check the articles in press.