Geography, Clark University
I developed a passion for problem-solving via engineering right from my Senior High School (SHS) education. After SHS, I obtained a BSc in Geomatics Engineering from the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa-Ghana. During my undergraduate studies at UMaT, I developed a deep affection for the world of GIS and Remote Sensing. I have earned a Master's degree in Geography from Michigan State University and currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Geography at Clark University. So far, this has been my journey, but who am I at the moment? Thomas Mumuni Bilintoh is a Ph.D. student at the Geography Department at Clark University. Bilintoh creates quantitative methods that contribute to Geographic Information Science (GIS) and Remote Sensing. He is currently developing methods to quantify the dynamics of land categories.
Wednesday, August 4, 2021