Spatial Analytics and Visualization (SAVI) Center

The SAVi Center at San Jose State University engages in research, education, and industry collaboration. The center focuses on urban planning, high-tech zones, economic geography, remote sensing, machine learning, and AI algorithms. Utilizing the strengths of geography and Geographic Information Science, the SAVi Center generates influential research and professional services to support university departments, local community organizations, public agencies, and private sector entities throughout Silicon Valley and the Bay Area.

SJSU NSF Industry-University Cooperative Wildfire Interdisciplinary Research Center (WIRC)

National Science Foundation IUCRC at San Jose State University, concentrates on comprehensive wildfire research to enhance understanding and management globally. Our interdisciplinary team explores physical and social aspects of wildfire science, striving to deliver impactful findings and improved tools and policies for communities and industry stakeholders worldwide.

Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI)

Established at San Jose State University, MTI works collaboratively with public and private sector stakeholders to address pressing transportation challenges. By conducting cutting-edge research, offering educational programs, and engaging in policy analysis, MTI contributes to the development of sustainable, efficient, and equitable transportation systems for the benefit of communities and economies worldwide.

Citizen Science GIS

Citizen Science GIS, a 2017 Esri Special Achievement in GIS Award winner (one of four higher education awardees worldwide), is housed at UCF Department of Sociology and the UCF College of Sciences Geospatial Technologies Cluster lead by Dr. Timothy Hawthorne. We are a diverse group of faculty, researchers, students, and community partners around the world committed to strengthening the connections between science and society. Checkout our website and facebook/twitter for more information and oppotunities. We are hiring Undergraduate Research Assistants and Graduate Research Assistants.

Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)

GRASS GIS, often known as GRASS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System), is a free and open-source Geographic Information System (GIS) software suite employed for geospatial data management, analysis, image processing, graphics and map production, spatial modeling, and visualization. We have partnered with the developer team of GRASS 7 for the satellite image segmentation module (i.segment).