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GIScience & Remote Sensing 
Vanessa Brum-Bastos
I  am PhD candidate in  Geography at the Departament of Geography and Sustainable Development, University of St. Andrews, Scotland - UK.  My current research involves using  geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing products and others sources of environmental information to answer ecological and human mobility problems. Specifically, I am interested in developing and applying novel methods for space-time analysis to contextualize movement databases and understand the connections between movement and surrounding environment. Currently, I focus largely on the development of methods for integrating spatial patterns movement data, e.g., data obtained through GPS tracking with environmental data. I am also interested in other research areas relating more broadly to GIScience; including thermal remote sensing, disaggregation models, enhancement of images,  GEOBIA, data mining for image classification and spatial analysis. 
Last updated on  07 th March 2017
Recent Publications

BRUM-BASTOS, V.S.; RIBEIRO, B. M. G. ; PINHO, C. M. D. ; KORTING, T. S. ; FONSECA, L. M. G. . Improvement evaluation on ceramic roof extraction usign worldview -2 imagery and geogrpahic data mining approach . ISPRS - International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, v. XLI-B7, p. 883-889, 2016. (Conference paper)

BRUM-BASTOS, V.S.; AZEVEDO, T.T.; SALLUM, M.A.M.; DEMSAR, U. Geoestatistical spatial modelling of dengue fever across São Paulo State , Brazil. In: International Conference on Urban Risks, 2016, Lisbon. Proceedings of ICUR 2016, 2016. (Conference Paper)

BRUM-BASTOS, V.S.; LONG, J.; DEMSAR, U.  Dynamic trajectory annotation for integrating environmental and movement data . In: Abstracts of the Visually-supported Computational Movement Analysis workshop, 2016, Helsinki. AGILE : Geospatial data in a changing world, 2016. (Conference extended abstract)

BRUM-BASTOS, V.S.;  DEMSAR, U.;  LONG, J.  New methodological approaches for cross-scale integration of environmental remotely sensed data with spatio-temporal movement data . In: Evolving GIScience, 2015, Leicester. Evolving GIScience : A celebration of the life and work of Peter Fisher, 2015. (Conference abstract)