Associate Professor, Environmental Informatics
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James Frew is an Associate Professor of Environmental Informatics in the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management and a principal investigator in UCSB’s Institute for Computational Earth System Science (ICESS). His current research focuses on the discovery, provenance, curation, and immersive visualization of geospatial information. He has an extensive background in remote sensing, image processing, software architecture, massive distributed data systems, and digital libraries.
ISTC for Big Data Roles
- Faculty Member
- Member, Focus Task Group on Proofs of Concept
- Member, Focus Task Group on Scalable Visual Interfaces
- September 4, 2013, ISTC for Big Data Blog, “Unleashing NASA MODIS Data for Earth and Ocean Scientists”