Marshall Ma Gives Keynote at First Geospatial Knowledge Graph Workshop
May 05, 2022
University of Idaho Department of Computer Science Assistant Professor Xiaogang (Marshall) Ma was keynote speaker for the First Geospatial Knowledge Graph Workshop with The Knowledge Graph Conference 2022 this month.
The workshop aims to bring together disparate elements of the environmental and geospatial community and provide a setting to discuss large-scale knowledge graphs for geospatial and environmental data integration and intelligence, state-of-the-art, spatiotemporally-explicit machine learning methods, tools and their potential as well as limitations on addressing geospatial challenges.
Ma's data science research has recently earned funding through the National Science Foundation, NASA and the Sloan Foundation.
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