School of Engineering

Staff Profile

Dr Henny Mills

Senior Geomatics Teaching Associate

Background

Introduction

Since September 2014, I am the Degree Programme Director for Surveying and Mapping Science and Geographic Information Science.

I teach on a variety of module, ranging from surveying, BIM, photogrammetry and fieldcourses.

I also look after any equipment and software related to the former three subjects.  Additionally, I am Lead the School's PEARL project - (Pioneering Education: Advanced Resource for Learning) - introducing mobile device based teaching and learning. 

Qualifications

Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
PhD title: ‘The Potential of High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing for Mapping Upland Vegetation using Advanced Classification Methods’
June 2005 , University of Newcastle, UK

Diplom-Ingenieur (Equivalent to MSc) of Geodesy of the University of Technology of Dresden, June 2001

Languages

English, German and Russian (basic)

Research

Research Interests

My main areas of expertise related to research are:
- Remote Sensing, in particular Artificial Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines for the processing of high spatial resolution imagery
-  Surveying,

- E-learning


Current Work

I am currently concentratin on teaching activities, such as e-learning and modern pedagic learning approaches.

Teaching

Undergraduate Teaching


CEG1701 - Geomatics Fieldcourse

CEG1703 - Surveying

CEG2701 - Digital Surveying for Geomatics 

CEG2721 - BIM and Spatial Informatics

CEG3702 - Advanced Survey fieldcourse

as well as: :
CEG1709- Engineering Surveying
CEG2708 - Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning I
CEG2712 - Engineering Surveying II
CEG3706 - Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning II
as well as available for
CEG2710 - GPS Theory and Practice
CEG2703 - Observation Processing and Analysis

Publications