Skip to main content

Brent Chamberlain

Profile Picture

LAEP

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Go toOffice Location: FAV 260
DialPhone: 435-797-0213
SendEmail: brent.chamberlain@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, Forestry, (GIS; Env. Plan. and Psych.), University of British Columbia, 2011
MS, Forestry, (GIS; Visualization), University of British Columbia, 2007
BA, Computer Science, (Information Systems), Pacific Lutheran University, 2002
BBA, Business Administration, (Information Systems), Pacific Lutheran University, 2002

Biography

My research and teaching combines geovisualization, information visualization, GIS and environmental psychology to conduct scientific inquiry, facilitate decision making, and improve communication of scientific information. My research interests are in digital modeling (gaming, virtual reality, animation/video, 2D/3D/4D medium) related to representation of landscapes, geovisual analytics of landscape change and processes, landscape ecology, environmental psychology, landscape computation and visualization (e.g. simulation and cartographic).


Teaching Interests

Environmental Planning; Geospatial Analysis & GIScience; Immersive Geovisualization

Research Interests

Environmental Psychology (Spatial Memory, Wayfinding, Environmental Design, Nature and Affect); Cultural Ecosystem Services (Aesthetics Methods of Forests and Public Lands); Geovisualization (Sea-Level Rise, Natural Disasters, Future Visioning, Urban Development, Virtual & Augmented Reality); Decision Making (Preference Elicitation, Information Visualization, Group Processes); Urban Form and Health (Smart Cities and applications of Machine Learning);

      * Has not been peer reviewed

        * Has not been peer reviewed

          * Has not been peer reviewed

            * Has not been peer reviewed

              * Has not been peer reviewed

                * Has not been peer reviewed

                  * Has not been peer reviewed

                      * Has not been peer reviewed

                      Scheduled Teaching

                      LAEP 3400 - Advanced Geospatial Analysis and Visualization, Spring 2019

                      LAEP 6200 - Bioregional Analysis and Planning, Fall 2018