Md Shakil Bin Kashem

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Shakil Bin Kashem is interested in multifaceted applications of geospatial technologies, and ways to incorporate them in GIScience pedagogy. Trained as an urban and regional planner, his research interests center on social vulnerability, climate change adaptation, urban growth modeling, and disaster risk management. He is interested in exploring how plans and policies, particularly in the realm of climate change concerns, are influencing socially vulnerable populations and what are the challenges for ensuring just and equitable outcomes from the policy initiatives. He explored the changing patterns of social vulnerability in a multi-hazard urban environment in his doctoral dissertation, and specifically examined the role of low-income housing policies in this process. Dr. Kashem is also a CyberGIS Fellow (2014-2015) and currently working with educators and researchers from multiple disciplines to develop CyberGIS education materials and curricula.

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • MURP, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology
  • BURP, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology

Teaching

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Research Output

A cyberGIS-enabled multi-criteria spatial decision support system: A case study on flood emergency management

Zhang, Z., Hu, H., Yin, D., Kashem, S., Li, R., Cai, H., Perkins, D. & Wang, S., Nov 2 2019, In : International Journal of Digital Earth. 12, 11, p. 1364-1381 18 p.

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  • Spatially concentrated renovation activity and housing appreciation in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Wilson, B. K. & Kashem, M. S. B., Nov 17 2017, In : Journal of Urban Affairs. 39, 8, p. 1085-1102 18 p.

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  • The pitfalls of regional delineations in land use modeling: Implications for Mumbai region and its planners

    Chakraborty, A., Wilson, B. K. & Kashem, M. S. B., Jun 1 2015, In : Cities. 45, p. 91-103 13 p.

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