"Geography is the subject which holds
the key to our future"
— Michael Palin
Bachelor of Science in Geography and Geomatics and the additional Master of Science in Geomatics and Land Surveying are broad and multidisciplinary courses that submerge you in several geo-domains, in combination with nature and social sciences.
The social and natural processes that occur in space, in the past and in the present, and the mutual spatial relations are always at the centerpoint.
Yang, Derudder, Taylor, Ni, Shen (2017) — Asymmetric global network connectivities in the world city network, 2013. [CITIES]
Zhao, Wu, Liu, Derudder (2015) — A novel method for approximating intercity networks: an empirical comparison for validating the city networks in two Chinese city-regions. [JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES]
Nyssen, Van Nieuland, Vandenberghe, Juilleret, Terhorst (2016) — Grèzes litées and their genesis: the site of Enscherange in the Rhenish-Ardennes Massif as a case study. [ERDE]
Dupont (2016) — Take a look at the landscape!: an eye-tracking study of landscape observation and its influencing factors.
Fang (2016) — Impact of climate variability on hydrological processes in the Kaidu River Basin (China).
De Roo (2016) — Putting the past in place: a conceptual data model for a 4D archaeological GIS.
Geografica is the student association for Geography and Land Surveying students at Ghent University. It was founded in 1982.