The High-Performance Computing and GIS Laboratory, directed by Dr. Eric Shook, is looking for highly motivated students that are interested in the areas of
cyberGIS, large-scale space-time analytics and modeling, big spatial data, or applying high-performance computing to geospatial problems.
Prospective graduate, undergraduate, or high school students interested in high-performance computing and geographic information systems (GIS)
should contact Eric Shook (email@example.com
) to chat.
Additional information about our department including how to apply to our graduate program is available at the following webpage:
The HPCGIS lab is interested in building multi-disciplinary collaborations to answer novel research questions
by leveraging cutting-edge high-performance computing, cyberGIS, and data-intensive analytics or modeling approaches. If you are interested in collaborating with the HPCGIS lab
please contact Eric Shook (firstname.lastname@example.org