Dr Gudes is a researcher with expertise in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), spatial analysis, and spatial science. His areas of research focus on GIS and Health, spatial analysis, decision support systems, city analytics, and usability evaluation. Dr Gudes has confirmed his international reputation as a leader in GIS and Health and urban planning research. He has established collaborations with US, Canadian and Israeli researchers in GIS through scientific committees, editorial board memberships, joint studies, and conferences he has organised. He has been teaching GIS, web mapping, and spatial analysis courses and workshops since 2008 at both QUT, Griffith University, Curtin University, and UNSW.
The following list summarises the funding I have attracted since the completion of my PhD:
QLD Spatial excellence Award 2011 for Research innovation
UDIA Award 2018 (finalist)
Dr Gudes has a strong background in GIS, spatial analysis with the intersection of urban planning, and development of scenario planning tools.
My Research Supervision
Currently, I am supervising the following students:
City Building: Transport and Infrastructure (T2 , 2021)
City Building: Transport and Infrastructure (T1 & T3, 2020)
Data visualization workshops, CRCDH (2020)