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Moses Katontoka

Moses is a Junior researcher at the Chair of Heritage and Values in the Department of AE+T in the Faculty of Architecture and built Environment at TU Delft. He is participating in the HERILAND project in the European Union as an Early-stage researcher. He graduated from the Copperbelt University in Zambia and the University of Twente in the Netherlands gaining a master’s degree in Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation with specialization in Urban Planning and Management.

Moses has a broad interest in the use of spatial models, spatial statistics, Agent-based modelling to answer urban related problems such as conservation, transportation, spatial planning, and urbanization.

Research focus: In the HERILAND project, Moses is looking into the possibility of creating and analyzing spatial statistical models of the varied nature of World Heritage cities or the possibility of harmonizing geo-spatial data in World Heritage.

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