This page highlights key technical GIS projects I have created, worked on and been apart of during my academic and professional career.
Geospatial Data for Education Planning
2020 - 2022
At UNOSAT I got to collaborate on two projects, using geospatial applications for education planning.
The first project, in collaboration with UNESCO, we created an open-source geospatial technical model, in QGIS (Multi-criteria decision analysis for site classification of educational facilities).
The second project, in collaboration with CDEMA and OpenDevEd, we ran this geospatial model for several Carribeean countries.
Mapping Humanitarian Risk
For one of my final Masters Programme assignment projects I created a web mapping application, along with a few static maps to show a map of humanitarian risk within the Asia Pacific region. I used the open-source 2019 INFORM Risk Index, which measures countries risk through six sub-categories, within three main divisions.
This web app was also accepted into the 2020 ESRI UC Virtual Gallery.
Cartography Web Map (HTML, CSS)
I created both a static map and web mapping application, created in Mapbox using HTML and CSS styling, showing basic GIS data.
This assignment helped me to learn and gain knowledge on using HTML and CSS coding for web maps and applications.
Read more about this project on my blog and check out the interactive web application.
ArcGIS Online Applications
2017 - 2018 (GeoInformatics Centre, AIT)
E-Waste Story Map (2018)
I created this StoryMap, with help from Dr. Hidenori Matsukami from The National Institute of Environmental Science, Japan (NIES), who had undertaken research on environmental and social impacts of electronic waste (e-waste).
I wanted to present this issue in a way that was easy to read and interpret, in order to spread awareness on this global issue.
Online Story Map - Urban Poverty
This story map I created to present the major global issue of urban poverty. Through this story map, it guides the user through the whole story of urban slums, their locations and ways to overcome these.
I found this StoryMap interesting as it presents a strong message, through a unique interactive platform.