- Caspar Chorus, TU Delft: Human interaction with robot cars
- Song Gao, University of Massachusetts Amherst: Cooperation in congested networks
- Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University: Choice models for ridesharing
- Owen Waygood, Laval University Quebec: Pedestrian Cities
- Prof Robert Wright,Department of Environmental Medicine & Public Health, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, "Stress-chemical interactions and neurobehavior in school age children"
- Prof Joel Schwartz, Harvard School of Public Health, "Spatio temporal development of nation wide exposure models"
- Prof Allan Just, Department of Environmental Medicine & Public Health, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Spatiotemporal modeling of hourly temperature dynamics and risk of cardiovascular events in New York
- Prof Roz Wright, Kravis Children's Hospital at Mount Sinai, "Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes"
- Jasper Kok, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles, USA: Generation of dust from active aeolian sand dunes
- Klaus Kroy, Institute of Theoretical physics, Leipzig University, Germany: Aeolian sand ripples on Earth and Mars – Integrating mathematical models, field and wind tunnel experiments
- Petros Koutrakis, Department of Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, USA: Dust storms and PM distributions in urban environments
- Prof. Peter M. Atkinson, Dean, Faculty of Science and Technology, Lancaster University, UK "Mapping soil health over agricultural areas using geostatistics"
- Prof. Sally Thompson, University of California, Berkeley, US, "Modeling hydrological connectivity"
- Prof. Gabriel Katul, Duke University, US, "Confronting mathematical models and ecosystem complexity"
- Prof. Greg Hancock, The University of Newcastle, Australia, "Soilscape evolution in dry environments"
- Prof. Libby Porter, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia – " Indigenous Urbanization in Settler Societies" Product: A special theme issue of the journal 'Settler-Colonial Studies" Vol. 8, No. 2 (joint paper attached)
- Dr. Henrik Lebuhn and Prof. Talja Blokland, Humboldt University, Berlin "Urban Citizenship Revisited". Product – special issue of International Journal of Urban and Regional Research - http://www.ijurr.org/symposia/urban-citizenship/
- Prof. Jeremey Gilbert, University of East London, "Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples" – product: joint workshop on the legal geography of indigenous peoples; preliminary product – see attached
- Prof. Gautam Bahn, Indian Institute for Human Settlement, Bangalore, India – "Urban Planning in the Global South"; Product: edited book "Routledge Companion to Planning in the Global South"
- Prof. Raj Balakrishnan, Prof. Bish Sanyal, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, DRAN Center. "New Directions in Displacement Research" – product:
- Daizo Tsutsumi, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University: "Bedload transport in mountain rivers using Japanese pipe microphones"
- Joel Johnson, Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin: "Hydraulics and bedload transport in flood bores"
- Dan Cadol & Susan Bilek, Earth and Environmental Science Dept., New Mexico Tech: "Acoustic and seismic monitoring of bedload in a desert wash."
- Dave Varyu, Science and Technology Center, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation: "Ephemeral Tributary Sediment Transport Measurement" https://www.usbr.gov/research/projects/detail.cfm?id=9781
- Jens Turowski, Geoarchives, Geomorphology Group, GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences: "Seismic monitoring of bedload"
- Florent Gimbert, ISTerre, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Grenoble: "SEISMORIV - SEISmic MOnitoring of mountain RIVers to quantify the control of extreme climatic events on river dynamics"
- Fred Liebault, Institut National de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies pour l'Environnement et l'Sgriculture (IRSTEA), Grenoble: "Bedload monitoring under conditions of ultra-high suspended sediment concentrations "
Geography Research Forum (GRF) edited by Professor Avinoam Meir, is an international journal since 1979, and became open-access online journal since 2015. It specializes in peer-reviewed theme issues edited by invited international prominent as guest editors and authored by eminent figures. www.geog.bgu.ac.il/GRF
Recent special issues are:
- Volume 35, 2015: Displacement and Resettlement with Chinese Characteristics
- Guest editors: Mark Wang, The University of Melbourne, Australia, and Kevin Lo, Hong Kong Baptist University, The People Republic of China
- Volume 36, 2016: The Multifaceted Relation between Formal Institutions and the Production of Informal Urban Spaces
- Guest editors: Francesco Chiodelli, Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy, and Erez Tzfadia, Sapir College, Israel
- Volume 37, 2017: Landed Resources, Property Rights, and Development in Africa
- Guest editor: Franklin Obeng-Odoom, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
- Prof. Graham Clarke, Dept. of Geography, University of Leeds, UK. And Prof. John Lombard, School of Public Service, Old Dominion University, USA. Project – "Studies in Applied Geography".
- Product: Applied Spatial Modelling and Planning, Routledge, London and New York, 2017.