• M4C

      Claire Ellul

      Currently a lecturer in Geographic Information Science, formerly a GIS consultant and once-upon-a-time an Electrical Engineer.   My research interests include the management of spatial data in research projects, metadata (information which describes the quality of spatial data), spatial databases and three-dimensional systems.

      I am also the Chief Technical Officer of Mapping for Change where I manage the team responsible for developing the Community Maps website.

      Louise Francis
      Co-Founder and CEO of Mapping for Change. With an academic background in Environmental Science and Molecular Systematics, and over ten years’ experience working with communities and grass-roots organisations in the UK and throughout the Eastern Caribbean, my area of expertise lies in the delivery of participatory mapping and citizen science activities with a  particular focus on environmental justice, sustainability and community development.

    • CSP

      Andrea Molino

      Andrea Molino received the Master and Ph.D Degrees in Electronics Engineering from Politecnico di Torino (Italy), in 2001 and 2005 respectively. From October 2002 to June 2003, he was visiting researcher at the Video Processing Lab at University of California, San Diego (UCSD) where he worked in the development of low complexity algorithms for video coding. Then, he worked as Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics at Politecnico di Torino, from January 2005 to June 2009. From July 2009 to April 2010 he has worked as researcher under grant on the Navigation Group of the ISMB Research Institute of Torino, working on the area of high-performance and energy-efficient algorithms for satellite navigation. He currently works in CSP since then, where he is the Embedded Systems, Mechatronics and Energy area manager of the Research and Development Department.

    • CNR-ISC

      Under construction


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