Liping is a postdoctoral researcher in the GeoVISTA Center, Department of Geography and Institute for CyberScience, Pennsylvania State University. She is working with Prof. Alan MacEachren, and Prof. Guido Cervone (Geoinformatics and Earth Observation Lab). Liping is very interested in Geographic Information Science (GIScience) and especially interested in applying visual analytics and machine/deep learning techniques to tackling interesting GIScience problems. Liping's popular blog about machine/deep learning provides useful machine/deep learning resources for GIScience and Data Science.
Liping received her PhD in Spatial Information Science and Engineering from the University of Maine (Orono) in 2015 in the School of Computing and Information Science. Her PhD advisors were Prof. Michael Worboys and Prof. Kate Beard. During her PhD study, Liping has worked with her advisor Prof. Michael Worboys for the NSF project, Information Integration and Human Interaction for Indoor and Outdoor Spaces. Before joining the GeoVISTA Center, Liping worked with Prof. Kate Beard for the NSF project Perception of Indoor Scene Layouts by Machines and Visually Impaired Users.
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