About Me

Hi there! My name is Simon and I am a 27 year old geoinformatics student at the University of Salzburg. Besides my studies, I have always had a keen interest in geography, history, architecture, and urban planning. As most of my interests benefit from a spatial viewpoint, it has been very interesting to apply the knowledge I gained during my time at the university in various projects and to use spatial data to make geographic information accessible to others.

Spatial data is important to all of us because it provides a way to understand the world around us. It allows us to see patterns, trends, and relationships that would not be apparent from looking at raw data alone and helps us to make more informed decisions and to solve complex problems that affect our daily lives. For example, spatial data can be used to track the spread of diseases, plan the most efficient routes for delivery trucks, or monitor changes in the environment over time. This makes geoinformatics a very interesting, diverse and often challenging domain.

If you’re interested in learning more about geoinformatics, how it relates to other fields, and what I have done in the course of my studies programme, I encourage you to check out my portfolio website. I have included some of my past projects and experiences on the site, and I am always looking for new opportunities to apply my skills and knowledge. Thank you for considering me, and I hope to hear from you soon!