Jamon van Den Hoek
Postdoctoral and Visiting Research Fellow (2018-22)
Jamon van Den Hoek from Oregon State University, USA is our current visiting research fellow at the Centre for Research Architecture. His research focuses on conflict ecology as a method for better understanding how environmental conditions and patterns are tied to processes of violent conflict. He uses satellite imagery to measure long-term and spatially diffuse changes in forests, agriculture, and surface water, and consider potential relationships to conflict and sociopolitical power as well as land use policy and climate change. Most of my research involves spatial modeling and landscape pattern analysis, and I tend to use open-source machine learning, image processing, geospatial analysis, and spatial statistics programming tools.
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