Raja Sengupta

Professeur agrégé,
McGill University

Department of Geography
Courriel: raja.sengupta@mcgill.ca
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Éducation

  • Ph.D. (2000) Université de Illinois du sud à Carbondale (Géographie)
  • M.S. (1995) Université de Illinois du sud à Carbondale (Géologie)
  • M.Sc. (1993) Institut indien de technologie, Mumbai, Inde (Géologie appliquée)
  • B.Sc. (1991) Collège Saint-Xavier, Université de Mumbai, Mumbai, Inde (Géologie)


Recherche

Ma recherche a porté principalement sur la compréhension des interactions complexes entre humains / animaux et leur environnement, et comment elle médiatise non linéaire spatialement explicite (complexe) phénomène comme le manque de ressources et la transmission des maladies. Je regarde les deux modèles à base d'agents et des statistiques spatiales pour comprendre les modèles et les processus d'un tel phénomène.

Prix et honneurs

Prix pour la recherche de thèse, Université de Illinois du sud à Carbondale (1997-1999)
Prix d'enseignement, société de géographie de l'étudiant, McGill (2007-2008)


Étudiants CSBQ

Brince Jones

Ph.D.
(Début: 2018)
Autre (co-)superviseur membre du CSBQ: Liliana Perez

Anciens étudiants (depuis 2009)

Dipto Sarkar

Ph.D.
(Début: 2014, Fin: 2017)
Autre (co-)superviseur membre du CSBQ: Colin Chapman
Spatial Social Networks

Exemples d'espèces étudiées

Markhamia
Rhizophora mangle


Publications

40- A Tiered Analysis of Community Benefits and Conservation Engagement from the Makerere University Biological Field Station, Uganda
Sarkar D , Chapman C A , Valenta K , Angom S C , Kagoro W , Sengupta R ,
2019 Professional Geographer (Date Added: 2019-04-03)

39- Metrics for characterizing network structure and node importance in Spatial Social Networks
Sarkar D , Andris C , Chapman C A , Sengupta R ,
2019 International Journal of Geographical Information Science (Date Added: 2019-03-23)

38- Spatial configuration becomes more important with increasing habitat loss: a simulation study of environmentally-transmitted parasites
Bonnell T R , Ghai R R , Goldberg T L , Sengupta R , Chapman C A ,
2018 Landscape Ecology (Date Added: 2018-06-23)

37-Agent-Based Models and Complexity Science in the Age of Geospatial Big Data
Perez, L, Kim, EK, Sengupta, R, (eds),
2018 Advances in Geographic Information Science Series. ( Date Added: 2018-05-22)

36- Automated extraction of movement rationales for building agent-based models: Example of a red colobus monkey group
Sengupta, R
2018 Agent-Based Models and Complexity Science in the Age of Geospatial Big Data, Advances in Geographic Information Science (Date Added: 2018-04-04)

35- Spatial and temporal patterns in primary school enrolment and exam achievement in Rural Uganda
MacKenzie, CA, Moffatt, SP, Ogwang, J, Ahabyona, P, Sengupta, RR
2017 Children's Geographies (Date Added: 2018-05-23)

34- Primate population dynamics: variation in abundance over space and time
Chapman C A , Bortolamiol S , Matsuda I , Omeja P A , Paim F P , Reyna-Hurtado R , Sengupta R , Valenta K ,
2017 Biodiversity and Conservation (Date Added: 2017-12-23)

33-How Do Primates Survive Among Humans? Mechanisms Employed by Vervet Monkeys at Lake Nabugabo, Uganda
Chapman, CA, Twinomugisha, D, Teichroeb, JA, Valenta, K, Sengupta, R, Sarkar, D, Rothman, JM
2016 Springer International Publishing ( Date Added: 2018-05-23)

32- Interaction between scale and scheduling choices in simulations of spatial agents
Bonnell, TR, Chapman, CA, Sengupta, R
2016 International Journal of Geographical Information Science (Date Added: 2016-11-24)

31- Spatial patterns of persistence for environmentally transmitted parasites: Effects of regional climate and local landscape
Bonnell, TR, Ghai, RR, Goldberg, TL, Sengupta, R, Chapman, CA
2016 Ecological Modelling (Date Added: 2016-11-24)

30- Social Behaviours and Networks of Vervet Monkeys Are Influenced by Gastrointestinal Parasites
Chapman, CA, Friant, S, Godfrey, K, Liu, C, Sakar, D, Schoof, VAM, Sengupta, R, Twinomugisha, D, Valenta, K, Goldberg, TL
2016 PloS one (Date Added: 2016-11-24)

28-Chasing baboons or attending class: protected areas and childhood education in Uganda
MacKenzie, C
2015 Environmental Conservation ( Date Added: 2016-06-23)

26- Analyzing Animal Movement Characteristics From Location Data
Sarkar, D, Chapman, CA, Griffin, L, Sengupta, R
2015 Transactions in GIS (Date Added: 2015-09-08)

24- The potential connectivity of waterhole networks and the effectiveness of a protected area under various drought scenarios
O'Farrill, G, Schampaert, KG, Rayfield, B, Bodin, , Calmé, S, Sengupta, R, Gonzalez, A
2014 PLoS ONE (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

23- Emergent Group Level Navigation: An Agent-Based Evaluation of Movement Patterns in a Folivorous Primate
Bonnell, TR, Campennì, M, Chapman, CA, Gogarten, JF, Reyna-Hurtado, RA, Teichroeb, JA, Wasserman, MD, Sengupta, R
2013 PLoS ONE (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

22- Is Markhamia lutea’s abundance determined by animal foraging?
Chapman, CA, Bonnell, TR, Sengupta, R, Goldberg, TL, Rothman, JM
2013 Forest Ecology and Management (Date Added: 2013-09-05)

21- Analysing small-scale aggregation in animal visits in space and time: The ST-BBD method
Bonnell, TR, Dutilleul, P, Chapman, CA, Reyna-Hurtado, R, Hernández-Sarabia, RU, Sengupta, R
2013 Animal Behaviour (Date Added: 2013-01-21)

20- Effective dispersal of large seeds by Baird's tapir: A large-scale field experiment
O'Farrill, G, Calmé, S, Sengupta, R, Gonzalez, A
2012 Journal of Tropical Ecology (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

19- Mapping crop types, irrigated areas, and cropping intensities in heterogeneous landscapes of southern india using multi-temporal medium-resolution imagery: Implications for assessing water use in agriculture
Heller, E, Rhemtulla, JM, Lele, S, Kalacska, M, Badiger, S, Sengupta, R, Ramankutty, N
2012 Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing (Date Added: 2013-07-31)

18- Spatial patterns of illegal resource extraction in Kibale National Park, Uganda
MacKenzie, CA, Chapman, CA, Sengupta, R
2012 Environmental Conservation (Date Added: 2012-09-13)

15- An agent-based model of red colobus resources and disease dynamics implicates key resource sites as hot spots of disease transmission
Bonnell, TR, Sengupta, RR, Chapman, CA, Goldberg, TL
2010 Ecological Modelling (Date Added: 2012-09-13)

14- Agent-based simulation of urban residential dynamics and land rent change in a gentrifying area of Boston
Jackson, J, Forest, B, Sengupta, R
2008 Transactions in GIS (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

13- Topic2: Applied models and Decision Support Systems (DSS) - Current Directions
Sengupta, R
2007 Water International (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

12- Geospatial agents, agents everywhere..
Sengupta, R, Sieber, R
2007 Transactions in GIS (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

11- Ecoregional dominance in spatial distribution of avian influenza (H5N1) outbreaks [9]
Sengupta, R, Rosenshein, L, Gilbert, M, Weiller, C
2007 Emerging Infectious Diseases (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

10- Simulation modelling within collaborative spatial decision support systems using "cause-effect" models and software agents
Sengupta, R
2006 Collaborative Geographic Information Systems (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

9- Water International: A look at the past, present and future
Sengupta, R
2006 Water International (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

8- Modeling enrollment in the Conservation Reserve Program by using agents within spatial decision support systems: An example from southern Illinois
Sengupta, R, Lant, C, Kraft, S, Beaulieu, J, Peterson, W, Loftus, T
2005 Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

7- Landscape characteristics of Rhizophora mangle forests and propagule deposition in coastal environments of Florida (USA)
Sengupta, R, Middleton, B, Yan, C, Zuro, M, Hartman, H
2005 Landscape Ecology (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

6- Spatial scale and population assignment choices in environmental justice analyses
Most, MT, Sengupta, R, Burgener, MA
2004 Professional Geographer (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

5- Development and comparison of approaches for automated mapping of stream channel networks
Heine, RA, Lant, CL, Sengupta, RR
2004 Annals of the Association of American Geographers (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

3- A spatial decision support system to identify species-specific critical habitats based on size and accessibility using US GAP data
Larson, BD, Sengupta, RR
2004 Environmental Modelling and Software (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

2- Agent-based modelling environment for spatial decision support
Sengupta, RR, Bennett, DA
2003 International Journal of Geographical Information Science (Date Added: 2016-04-26)

1- Evaluating the impact of policy-induced land use management practices on non-point source pollution using a spatial decision support system
Sengupta, R, Bennett, DA, Beaulieu, J, Kraft, SE
2000 Water International (Date Added: 2016-04-26)