Jon Mills is Professor of Geomatic Engineering in the School of Engineering at Newcastle University. He leads the Newcastle Earth Observation laboratory (NEOlab) within the School's Geomatics group. Jon has previously served as an elected Member of Council for the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS, 2012-16), as President of ISPRS Technical Commission V on close range image measurement techniques (2008-12), and as Chair of ISPRS Working Group I/4 on airborne digital sensor systems (2004-08). Jon's research develops optimised image and range-based modelling solutions for measurement, mapping, monitoring and parameterisation of engineering models and has been disseminated through the publication of over 190 papers in refereed journals, conference proceedings and professional periodicals.
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