J. A. Rod Blais0000-0001-8499-6586
J. A. Rod Blais received his B.S. degree in mathematics from Loyola College (now Concordia University), QC, Canada, M.A. degree in mathematics from the University of Toronto , ON, Canada, and Ph.D. degree in geodesy from the University of New Brunswick, NB, Canada. He is a Professor Emeritus in geomatics engineering at the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences, University of Calgary. Moreover, he is a Member of Program Committee of the ICCS 2011 Meeting in Tsukuba, Japan, a Member of Program Committee of the ICCSA 2011 Meeting in Santander, Spain, and a Member of Program Committee of ISVD 2011 in Quindao, China. His current research activities include cyberinfrastructure and applications in geomatics and geoscience, geocomputations and visualization for the earth's gravity field and synthetic earth, and inverse problems and multiresolution analysis with remote sensing and other imaging.
Biography Updated on 17 May 2010