- Geographic Information Systems
- Marine GIS
Welcome to my personal website! My name is Teriitutea Quesnot. I am currently an Assistant Professor of GIScience at the Department of Geography of Université de Bretagne Occidentale (Brest, France). I earned a Ph. D. in Geomatics from Université Laval (Québec, Canada) in 2016.
My doctoral research focused on the cognitive improvement of navigation and wayfinding platforms.
The Algorithmic Spatiality - Benefits, Limits, and Reductions of Algorithmic Personalization in Navigation and Wayfinding Assistance
Designing a Webmapping Platform for Tracking International Students' Mobilities within the Campus of Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées
Territorial Dynamics and Issues Related to the Introduction of Marine Environmental Zoning in French Polynesia
Major: GIS, Remote sensing, and Spatial Planning.
Laboratory: Littoral, Environnement, Télédétection et Géomatique (LETG)
Research Interests: Spatial Cognition, Geovisualization,Spatiotemporal Data Modeling, Data Intelligibility, Collective Intelligence, and Open Innovation.
Courses: GIS, Webmapping, and Statistics.
Head of the "Finalization" sector in the military project GEOMAPS.
Role: Supervising the final stages related to the design and the packaging of geographic products used in a military-based context.
Key Skills: Long-range Planning, Configuration Management, Geographic Metadata/Data Processing/Data Quality.
Courses: "GIS Fundamentals" (Bachelor) & "GIS and Spatial Analysis" (Bachelor, Master, and Engineer)
Course: "GIS and Spatial Analysis"
Services: GIS administration, Spatial database development and management, Map production, and Webmapping.
Clients: Urban Planning Direction of French Polynesia, Environment Direction of French Polynesia, CAPSE (Design Office), and the City of Punaauia.
Database management and tool development.