Emily Maison ’21, Joshua Panganiban ’20, Tina Chen ’22 and Laura Mills ’22 interned with the Global Environment Facility, where they each independently collected and analyzed geospatial data for their unique projects related to COVID-19.
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This summer, geoParsing’s BRIGHT team published two papers on Chinese development in the Bahamas and Cuba. Written by Caroline Morin ’22, the two papers were the front page of the intel.gov website for over a month.
The W&M geoLab's recently launched roadRunner project asks teams from six Virginia universities to evaluate road quality from satellite imagery and compete to build the best convolution neural network.
The geoBoundaries database is the product of three years of work by a group that consisted substantially of William & Mary undergraduates and recent alumni.
Rachel Oberman got a call one Thursday evening during her sophomore year. A presentation for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation needed corrected boundary maps for all countries in the world. By Monday.