Nicholas William Hazelton
B.Surv. (Melb), Ph.D. (Melb), LS (Vic, Australia).
Ph.D. from Dept. of Surveying and Land Information, Faculty of Engineering, The
University of Melbourne. Title: “Integrating Time, Dynamic Modelling and
Geographical Information Systems: Development of Four-Dimensional GIS.”
Spatial Information Systems in general, 3-D and temporal GIS & applications;
computer systems for LIS/GIS and general geomatics use; linking GIS and various
types of models; GIS data structures, design and development; GIS and spatial
information error and uncertainty analysis; remote sensing and image analysis;
GIS & business applications; GIS marketing & industry; GIS & decision-making.
Cadastral surveys; topographic, geodetic, control, deformation, construction and
photo-control surveys; geodetic science; photogrammetry (digital, analytical and
analogue); electronic surveying systems; general surveying; survey adjustments
and computations; computing and programming; high-performance computing for
geomatics; thinking, presentation, professional, management and organizational
skills teaching; education program development and management.