My current research focuses on developing foundational knowledge for the understanding of spaces created by people and technology. This initially depends on two broad fields within geography: human geography and GIS. My case studies thus far have focused on blockchain-driven systems; theorizing how people produce and shape those spaces and, in turn, how people are changed by them.
A great amount of my initial geographic research is inspired by works on the production of space, political economy, code/space, network society, actor network theory, and digital geography. I also look to the work currently being done in the computer sciences, data sciences, and mathematical schools of thought. I am indebted to the many researchers who have explored how and why the past, present, and future of cyber geographies are important to us all.
My current academic work is currently focused on the numerous relations that exist within and surrounding blockchain-based technologies. My concentration is on:
I am engaged in reshaping the dialogue towards formalized cyber geographic studies as part of my long-term professional and academic goals. My concentration is on:
Exploring and interacting with the electromagnetic spectrum that surrounds us has been a hobby of mine since I was a kid. I have developed educational materials to teach people about these concepts and ideas as a means to maintain, develop, and forward my knowledge. My concentration is on: