Personal website of Stefan Peters
Lecturer in Surveying and GIS
University of South Australia (UniSA)
Hi, my name is Stefan Peters, I am a lecturer in Surveying and GIS at the University of South Australia (UniSA).
This website does inform about my research and teaching activities.
My research interests and activities include Airborne LiDAR processing, participator GIS, early detection of Fire from space, Landcover change detection, and virtual reconstruction of heritage. I love to convert complex geographic data into meaningful information - particularly through the use of remote sensing, and spatio-temporal modelling and analysis, and web cartography.
Possible research project topics
Please contact me if you are interested in conducting one of the following research topics - either as an Bachelor of Honours or Master's by research thesis, or eventually as an PhD topic. (Please note that there is no funding provided for the below listed topics.):
How does vegetation respond to regional climate – a study using UAV-LiDAR data and microclimate measures
Developing a 3D VR campus indoor navigation app
Urban sprawls and urban densification of and within Metropolitan Adelaide
Reconstructing Historical Adelaide – developing a 3D web map application to represent Adelaide CBD anno 1880
Using cloud-based satellite imagery processing to changes in LandCover or habitats
Augmented Reality Heritage App – a case study to promote tourism in Kent Town
I am currently teaching and course coordinating
...and I am assisting with geospatial matters:
Below, please find a selection of web mapping applications created by my students within GEOE 3019 - Web Cartography. In case the page should not load, please switch your browser's Privacy and Security settings to "Block third-party cookies in Incognito".