RESEARCH 

Kheir Al-Kodmany, Urban Planning and Public Affairs, Multimedia GIS: Applications for Neighborhood Planning. The Pilsen Project shows an application of GIS to urban design.

Kheir Al-Kodmany, Urban Planning and Public Affairs, GIS and the Artist: Shaping the Image of a Neighborhood in Participatory Environmental Design (revised).

Don Atkinson, Medicine, Informational Resources, Perceptual Mapping and Methods for Presenting Naive Geography.

James W. Bash, Chicago Area Geographic Project, Enrollment Projections in Chicago Public Schools.

James W. Bash, Chicago Area Geographic Information Study (CAGIS) Project, Development of Federal Geographic Data for the Chicago Region.

Michael D. Maltz, Criminal Justice, Mapping Crime in Its Community Setting.

Sue McNeil and Daisuke Mizusawa, A Conceptual Framework for Asset Management for Japanese Highways.

Nancy Obermeyer, Urban Planning and Public Affairs, GIS for Planning. (K. Al-Kodmany, K. Brooks, Z. Nedovic-Budic, G. Hunter, M. Salling, M. Shiffer, L. Wiggins).

John Shuler, Albert Schorsch, et. al., Chicago Local Community Fact Book, [GIS enhanced decennial reissue, scheduled for 2003-4].

Siim Soot, Urban Transportation Center, GIS in Transportation Research. Read more about his research at the Urban Transportation Center.

Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah, Urban Planning and Public Affairs, Relationship Between Transportation, Land Use and the Environment: Comparisons Between Mexico City and Chicago.

Cliff Tiedemann, Anthropology & Geography, Developing Substrate Regions from Geographies of Response Variables.

Student Research

Miki Ferenczy, Anthropology & Geography, A Geographic Information System for Management of the Defense Environmental Restoration Program. (Research Committee: G. Fowler, S.Soot, C. Tiedemann) 

Edward V. Miller, Urban Planning and Public Affairs, Applying GIS Technology in a Transit Company, MCPTR Transport Chicago (B. Thompson).