Research and Teaching
In any age, at any place, research and teaching have and always involve discoveries. Geography has traditionally and for better and worse played a key enabling role. Discoveries can both inspire and challenge us. This website provides an overview of some discoveries in my research and teaching activities in geography, GIScience, cartography, and geospatial visualization along with some indications of what is to come.
Projects, Activities, Talks, Visualizations, CV
Courses, Workshops, Guest Lectures
Journal articles, book chapters, books, presentations
A brief bio...
Francis Harvey, PhD, is Head of the Department of Cartography and Visual Communication at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography and Professor of Visual Communication in Geography at Leipzig University in Germany. He was formerly Associate Professor in the Department of Geography, Environment, and Society at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Harvey's research addresses a range of central issues in geographic information science, including visualization, ethics, values, institutional aspects, cadastral issues, pedagogy, and overlay algorithms. His teaching covers the use of evolving geographic information technologies for undergraduates and graduate students in the United States and internationally. Currently, he is Chair of the International Geographical Union Commission on Geographic Information Science.
Previous versions of my research and teaching website are available through the previous version of this website at: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~fharvey/New-FH-Site/index.html
Last Update: 22 April 2015