The Center for Location Science

Optimal Facility Location. Spatial Analysis. Geographic Information Systems and Science.

IED Strategy
IED Strategy
Access to Transit

Kevin M. Curtin

Director - Center for Location Science

Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of California - Santa Barbara

Affiliate Faculty C4I Center

Associate Faculty Center for Global Studies

Telephone: (703) 993-4243

Email: curtin@gmu.edu

Office: 1454 Exploratory Hall

Curriculum Vitae


Expertise | Publications | Research | Academic and Professional Activities | Awards

Expertise

  • Geographic Information Science
  • Facilities Location Science
  • Transportation, Logistics, and Network GIS
  • Urban and Environmental Resource Allocation
  • Data modeling and database design
  • Area Specializations: Colombia, Kenya, Kurdistan, Sardinia

Publications


Research

Current and recent sponsored projects are outlined on the Center for Location Science Research Projects page

Sample previous sponsored projects:

Academic and Professional Activities

Courses taught:

Awards

  • Winner 2011 George Mason University Teaching Excellence Award for Teaching with Technology
  • Nomination 2010 George Mason University Teaching Excellence Award for Teaching with Technology
  • ESRI International User Conference, Third Place "Best Web Application Award" with Fang Qiu, Ron Briggs, Jianghong Li, Jill McElroy, Qi Li, and Daniel Turner (2006)
  • University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS) Summer Intergraph Young Scholar Award, 2005
  • Graduate Division Dissertation Fellowship, 2002
  • Outstanding Teacher in Geography, Department of Geography, UCSB, 2000-2001
  • AM/FM International Scholarship, 1996
  • Western Coal Transportation Association - Outstanding Student in Transportation, 1996
  • University of California - Santa Barbara, Regents Special Fellowship, 1995-1999
  • Douglas B. Carter Award for excellence in Geography, 1994
  • Illinois Geographic Society - Outstanding Senior in Geography Award, 1994
  • University of Illinois Scholarship Association Award, 1994
Drugs, Violence, and Development in Colombia
Police Patrol Area Optimization
Access to Transit
3D View of the George Mason Fairfax Campus