Enbo Zhou is a Ph.D. student in geography at University of California, Santa Barbara. Advised by Dr. Alan Murray and Vena Chu, he works on geospatial artificial intelligence (GeoAI), big data analytics, remote sensing, and spatial optimization. He has worked on several GIScience projects funded by NSF and NGA.
Ph.D. in Geography, 2022 (expected)
University of California, Santa Barbara
M.S. in Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2018
B.S. in Geographic Information Science and B.E. in Economics, 2015
Yang M, Zhou E. (2019) Automatic Generation System of Coal Mine Accident Disposal Scheme Based on Expert System. Coal Engineering, 51(11): 138-142. (In Chinese)
Yang M, Zhou E. (2018) Design and Key Technologies for Coal Mine Intelligent Emergency Plan Generation System. Safety in Coal Mines, 49(7): 96-98. (In Chinese).
Zhou E, Mao S, Li M, et al. (2017) Research and Application of Accelerating Improved PAM Clustering Algorithm by GPU. Journal of Geo-information Science, 19(6): 782-791. (In Chinese).
Zhou, E., Mao, S., & Li, M. (2017, August). Investigating street accident characteristics and optimal safe route recommendation: A case study of new york city. In 2017 25th International Conference on Geoinformatics (pp. 1-7). IEEE.
Li M, Zou X, Mao S, Zhou E. (2016) Internet+ Major technology research of coal mine gas data management system. COAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 44(7): 80-85. (In Chinese).