Urbana, IL 61801
- Geographic Object-Based Image Analysis
- Narrative Uses of Imagery
- Image-based Learning
Raechel Portelli is a Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Geographic Information Science. Her research expertise is in object-based image analysis, geovisualization, and the history of remote sensing. Her research addresses the computational and cognitive/visual analysis of high spatial-resolution imagery. She is especially interested in how imagery can be used to craft narratives about historical landscapes.
- 2014, PhD, Pennsylvania State University - Geography
- 2010, MS, University of Idaho - Physical Geography
- 2009, BS, University of Idaho - Physical Geography
- 2009, BEnvs, University of Idaho - Environmental Science
- 2022 Portelli, R.A. and Pope, P. Remote Sensing and Human Factors Research: A Review, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
- 2021 Camacho, K., Portelli, R.A., Shortridge, A., Takisha, B. Sentiment Mapping: Point Pattern Analysis of Sentiment Classified Twitter Data. Cartography and Geographic Information Science.
- 2020 Portelli, R.A. Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater: Reappreciating the dynamic relationship between humans, machines, and landscape images. Landscape Ecology, 35(4), 815-822