Curriculum Vitae Stefan Lang

Stefan Lang, PhD, is Geographer, GIS and Remote Sensing specialist by training and currently Assistant Professor at the Interfaculty Department of Geoinformatics (Z_GIS) at the University of Salzburg in Austria. He is heading the Z_GIS Division Integrated Spatial Analysis (ISA). Active in the fields of advanced geo-spatial image analysis, EO-based monitoring and spatial indicator integration, he works on cutting-edge research fields on both conceptual and applied level. His research interests include: object-based (image) analysis (OBIA), systemic and hierarchical scale concepts, multi-source data integration, multi-dimensional indicator development, multi-scale regionalization and generalisation, validation and accuracy.

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Dr Lang has initiated the long-lasting collaboration between Z_GIS and Médicines sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders) Austria. He coordinates and cooperates in EC-funded and national collaborative research projects, as well as bilateral R&D agreements with industry and NGOs. From 2007 to 2008 he held a 1-year substitute professorship at Technical University (TU) Berlin and participated (as an affiliate) from 2011 to 2012 in the Loeb Fellowship Program at GSD, Harvard University. He authored and co-authored numerous scientific articles, edited special issues in international journals and compiled an academic textbook on landscape analysis available in several languages.

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