Thomas Blaschke 2024

Thomas Blaschke
Professor für Geoinformatik | Leiter des Fachbereichs Geoinformatik – Z_GIS

Schillerstraße 30, 5020 Salzburg

Tel.: +43 (0) 662 / 8044-7525
Fax.: +43 (0) 662 / 8044 – 7560


    • Fachbereichsleiter
    • Abteilungsleiter  GIScience
    • Mitglied Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
    • Vorsitzender Curricularkommission DAS Doktoratsstudien
    • Vice-President Association for Geoinformatics,  GeoIT and Navigation
    • Co‐Chair ISPRS Working  ICWG III/IVb: Remote Sensing Data Quality


Integration von Methoden und Domänenwissen in räumliche Analyse und Entscheidungsunterstützende Systeme. Methodische und methodologische Forschung zu Objekt-basierter Bildanalyse (OBIA) und Geographic Information Science


Hauptbetreuung Doktorarbeiten


      • Sepideh Tavakkoli: Data Fusion Scenario to trustworthy spatial modelling of natural hazards
      • Mona Bartling:  The impact of map use context on the design of mobile maps 


      • Sansar Raj Meena: Rapid generation of event-based landslide inventory and susceptibility assessment using state of the art approaches
      • Omid Ghorbanzadeh Evaluation of knowledge-based and machine learning models for Earth Observation and Geoinformatics applications
      • Daniel Hölbling: Object-based image analysis for integrated landslide mapping
      • Thimmaiah Gudiyangada Nachappa: Geoinformatics methods for multi-hazards susceptibility mapping and assessment
      • Lixia Chu: Assessing the influence of human activities on terrestrial environmental variables using big Earth observation data 


      • Lixia Chu: Assessing the influence of human activities on terrestrial environmental variables using big earth observation data
      • Anna Kovács-Győri: Defining and assessing urban livability – A GIScience perspective


      • Emmanuel Papadakis: Bridging place and space in GIScience. Formalization and integration of place in Geographic Information Systems
      • Arthur Lehner: Remote Sensing Derived Building Structure and Parameters for Urban Planning Applications


      • Isabel Georg:  A multi-source Geodata approach to spatially delimit urban corridors – Unified concept and global analysis
      • Gyula Kothencz: Data and information development methodologies for green urban area optimisation


      • Johannes Kapser: Modeling of thermal lifts: Techniques for mining thermal eddies from aerial movement Data
      • Chunzhu Wei: Multi-scale spatial analysis methods from neighborhood to megacity
      • Pablo Cabrera Barona: A multidisciplinary spatial framework for health inequalities analysis with emphasis on deprivation and healthcare accessibility


      • Ivan Tomljenović: Transferable and Robust Building Extraction from Airborne Laser Scanning Data Using Object-Based Image Analysis Paradigm


      • Diana Maria Contreras: Spatial indicators of recovery after earthquakes
      • Eva Haslauer: GIS-based Backcasting: An innovative method for parameterization of sustainable spatial Planning and resource management


      • Michael Hagenlocher: Integrated spatial indicators for modeling, exploring and visualizing vulnerability to vector-borne diseases 
      • Sebastian d’Oleire-Oltmanns: Monitoring soil erosion in the Souss Basin, Morocco, with a multiscale object-based remote sensing approach using UAV and satellite data
      • Bakhtiar Feizizadeh: Uncertainty, sensitivity and fuzzy sets in GIS Multi Criteria Decision Analysis
      • Ingrid Schardinger: Räumliche Modellierung und Optimierung regionaler Energiesysteme


      • Clemens Eisank: An object-based workflow for integrating spatial scale and semantics to derive landforms from Digital Elevation Models


      • Günther Sagl: Spatio-temporal analyses of environmental and social in situ sensor data
      • Lubna Rafiq: Earth observation for disaster risk reduction in Pakistan.


      • Dulal Roy: Flood risk and vulnerability assessment and mitigation plans for Bangladesh – A GIS based approach.
      • Alam Khan: Remote sensing of aerosol characteristics and radiative forcing in Pakistan.
      • John Richard Otukei: Monitoring animal preserves with Radar remote sensing data. A case study of Bwindi Impenetrable National, Uganda.


      • Stefan Kienberger: Spatial vulnerability assessment: methodology for the community and district level applied to floods in Búzi, Mozambique.
      • Dirk Tiede: Bridging remote sensing and GIS – from rapid information extraction to 3D GIS visualisation.


      • Andreas Lermann: Military utilization of satellite navigation for European Armed Forces.


      • Hermann Klug: Holistic landscape planning using a transdisciplinary German speaking Leitbild methodology.


    • Stefan Lang: Image objects and landscape objects. Interpretation, hierarchical representation and significance.
    • Tobias Langanke: Monitoring strategies for European nature conservation. Object based image processing and structural analysis.