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KTH Geographic Information Network

Welcome to the KTH-GIN Geographic Information Network. Find information on useful things or where to start digging. KTH-GIN is an informal network of GISers within KTH and aims to be a resource for researchers concerning Geographic Information Systems/Science. We aim to provide both technical information and a network for exchange of ideas and research methods. Check out for upcoming seminars, courses, on-going research projects and other. KTH-GIN involves all interested. GIS-related research is carried out at Geoinformatics, Land and Water Resources Engineering, Spatial Analysis & Design, and other.

GIS-related research at KTH


Examples of GIS-related research at KTH:

Spatial Analysis & Design research group, KTH School of Architecture, Alexander Ståhle

Prediction Tools for Biodiversity in Environmental Impact Assessment, EMA research group, Mikael Gontier

Impacts of region-wide urban development on biodiversity in strategic environmental assessment, EMA research group, Andreas Zetterberg

Mantra-East: Developing strategic planning methodologies and scientific tools for the integrated management of transboundary water basins. Narva River / Lake Peipsi catchment multi-thematic GIS database, EMA research group, Susanna Nilsson

INVISIP is a part of the EU-programme Information Society Technologies. Its aim is to develop techniques to search for geographic data in an existing metadata information system, Geoinformatics, Mats Dunkars

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