MSc in GIS, University of Edinburgh, 2012; BSc (Hons) Geography, University of Brighton, 2011.
William is a GIS professional who has carried out and played a key role in a number of international and multi-disciplinary projects from inception to completion at LTS. Since starting at LTS in 2012, William has worked extensively on natural resource and catchment management projects, as both project manager and on technical deliverables, primarily focused on Sub-Saharan African and Indonesia.
William’s GIS work includes geospatial analysis, cartography, statistical and spatial modelling, as well as the development of online services and use of remotely senses earth observation data. William also has close ties with collaborative research work undertaken by LTS and the University of Edinburgh with regards to GIS methods and remote sensing applications for monitoring land use and forest changes. He has developed a web based mapping system for Malawi as part of the Integrated Assessment of Land Use Options (IALUO) project for LTS/World Bank as well as.
William also has experience working for organisations of different sizes internationally, having worked prior to LTS for the Agronomic Information Services team of a multinational company while based in Switzerland.
Fluent in English and German.