Jay Lee

 
 
Jay Lee

Funded Research Projects

2014

"Spatiotemporal Modeling of Human Dynamics across Social Media and Social Networks" (National Science Foundation) $999,887. Co-PI. (with San Diego State University.)

2013

"Data Manipulation and Data Analysis for the Summit Disparity Model (SDM) (Summit County Public Health District)" $12,873 (Funded $11,200). Summit County Public Health District.

2011

"Summit County Population Health and Health Disparity Model (SDM)." KSU-Summa Health System Collaborative Health Research and Team Formation Awards, $10,000.

2010 "Expanding Urban Crime Simulator with Spatial Regression Functions." National Institute of Justice via South Carolina Research Authority, $15,000.
2010 "Land Use Survey of Geauga County, Ohio." Geauga County Planning Commission, $1,500.
2010 "Exploration of the Relationships between Childhood Obesity and Built Environment." University Research Council, Kent State University, $6,500.
2009 "Incorporating Transformative Learning Practice into GEOG 10160 Introduction to Geography." Kent State University Provost's Office, $15,000 (with D Kaplan and Shawn Banasick).
2008 "Comprehensive Land Use Planning for Shalersville, Portage County, Ohio." Portage County Regional Planning COmmission, $1,500.
2008 "Simulation of Urban Crime." National Institute of Justice (NIJ) via South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA), $60,000.
2008 "Monitoring Agricultural Solid Waste in Portage County." Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension, Subcontracted from Ohio Aerospace Institute and the University of Toledo, $25,000 (with Mandy Munro-Stasiuk and Scott Sheridan)
2007 Evelyn L. Pruitt National Minority Fellowship, $1,000. Society of Women Geographers (with Dorris Scott)
2007 "2007 Great North American Secchi Dip-In." $8,000, North American Lake Management Society (with Robert Carlson)
2006 "Monitoring Agriculutral Sewage Sludges in Portage County," Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension." Subcontracted, Ohio Aerospace Insttute and the University of Toledo, $25,000 (with Mandy Munro-Stasiuk and Scott Sheridan)
2005 "Breakneck Watershed GIS Database and Analysis," Portage County Park District, $5321.
2005 "The Changing Geography of US Manufacturing, 1990-2000." KSU University Research Council, $3,072.
2004 "Township Land Use Planning." Portage County Regional Planning Commission and Randolph Township Trustees, $1,200.

2004

“2004 Great American Secchi Dip-In.” US Environmental Protection Agency, $5,000 (with Robert Carlson)

2004

“Upper Grand River Watershed Management Plan.” Ohio EPA, $50,000 (with Robert Carlson, Ferenc De Szalay, Adam Leff, and Mandy Munro-Stasiuk)

2003

“Statistical and qualitative analysis of land use survey for West Geauga School Board, Chester Township, and Russell Township in Geauga County, Ohio,” $2,920. (with Shawn Banasick and James Tyner)

2003

“Using Crime Mapping for Violence Prevention,” Research Challenge Grant, $65,355 (with Mark Davis and Eric Jefferis at KSU)

2002

“2002 American Secchi Dip-In,” North American Lake Management Society/Environmental Projection Agency, $5,000 (with Robert Carlson and David Waller of Biology at KSU).

2002

“Terrain analysis in North-East Ohio,” National Aeronautic and Space Administration and Ohio Aerospace Institute, $95,000 (with Mandy Munro-Stasiuk and Robert Carlson)

2002

“Grand River watershed management plan,” Trumbull County Health Department and Grand River Partners Incorporated, $51,065 (with Robert Carlson, Ferenc DeSzalay, Adam Leff, and Mandy Munro-Stasiuk).

2002

“Simulation of residential build-out to improve watershed management.” Geauga County Planning Commission/US EPA, $40.000.

2001

“Land use changes and plan for future with GIS database in Suffield Township, Portage County, Ohio.” Portage County Regional Planning Commission. $1,600.

2001

“Sustaining the EMPACT project for Northeast Ohio.” US EPA Region V, $5,000.

2001

“Statewide monitoring program for environmental analysis using LandSat Data – Phase II.” $23,006. US Geological Survey (with Mandy Munro-Stasiuk)

2001

“Landscape parameterization and classification, and K-12 outreach in Northeast Ohio.” NASA. $53,435 (with Mandy Munro-Stasiuk)

2001

“Satellite data integration and image visualization for land cover analysis in Ohio.” U.S. Geologic Survey. $31,988. (With Mandy Munro-Stasiuk)

2001

“Interfacing Web-based GIS System for Land Use Simulations and Nonpoint Sources Storm Water Pollution Evaluation System.” US Environmental Protection Agency, $46,000.

2000

“Enhanced proposal competitiveness through imaging and visualization infrastructure.” Ohio Board of Regents, $100,000 (with Dan Bennet, Paul Farrell, Jay Lee, Ute Dymon, Robert Heath, James Blank, Douglas Kline, Stephen Cabaniss, Rachael Craig, and Michael Lee).

2000

“Build-out Scenarios of Future Land Use in Geauga County.” Chagrin River Land Conservancy, $8,500.

2000      

“Landscape characterization and parameterization with remotely sensed data”. NASA, $105,000 (with Mandy Munro-Stasiuk)

1999

“GIS and mapping for farmland preservation task force in Portage County, Ohio.” Portage County Regional Planning Commission, $480.

1999   

“Developing a statewide monitoring program for environmental analysis using LandSat Data – Phase I.” US Geologic Survey, $17,040. (with Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, subcontracted from Ohio University).

1999

“An Internet- and GIS-based Tool for Local Community Partners to Educate, Simulate, and Manage Urban Sprawl in the 15-County Region of Northeast Ohio.” US Environmental Protection Agency, $52,000 .

1999

“The Great American Secchi DipIn (Sixth year),” North American Lake Management Society/Environmental Projection Agency, $40,000 (with Robert Carlson and David Waller of Biology at KSU).

1998      

“Geauga County Land Use Plan and Growth Management Survey,” Geauga County Planning Commission, $1,500 (with Robert Rohli) 

1998

“Regional Retail Market Analysis,” Portage County Regional Planning Commission, $1,000.

1998

“Development of a community-accessible urban sprawl impact assessment system in Northeast Ohio 15-county region for the EMPACT project,” US Environmental Protection Agency, $80,000 (with Mark Salling of Cleveland State University and Richard Klosterman of University of Akron).

1998

“Deerfield Township land use plan,” Portage County Regional Planning Commission, $5,455.

1998

“The Great American Secchi Dip-In (Fifth year),” North American Lake Management Society/ Environmental Protection Agency, $39,600 (with Robert Carlson and David Waller)

1998

"Development of a spatial urban residential land use and population growth model." Ohio Urban University Program, $48,000 (with CSU and UA).

1998

"Creation of a GIS Database for the City of Kent," the City of Kent, Ohio, $8,100.

1998

"Modeling of urban land use in Atwater Township, Portage County, Ohio." Portage County Regional Planning Commission, $3,400.

1997

"GIS development simulation program." US EPA Region 5, Northeast Ohio Initiative (NEOI) Sustainable Development Grant, $15,900.

1997

“The Great American Secchi Dip-In (Fourth year),” North American Lake Management Society/ Environmental Protection Agency, $36,000 (with Robert Carlson and David Waller).

1997

“A geographic information system approach to measuring environmental equity in urban Northeast Ohio,” to Ohio Urban University Program. $7,477.

1996

“The Great American Secchi Dip-In (Third Year),” North American Lake Management Society/ Environmental Protection Agency, $38,000 (with Robert Carlson).

1996

“NEOEDEN: NorthEast Ohio Environmental Database Exchange Network.” Funded by the Ohio Urban University Program. KSU Share: $19,600 (with CSU, UA, YSU).

1996

“Containing Urban Sprawl in Portage County, Ohio,” Funded by Portage County Planning Commission via Gund Foundation of Cleveland, Ohio, $17,500.

1996

“Ohio GIS-Network,” Funded by the Ohio Board of Regents, $864,000. With 8 other universities (CSU, UA, YSU, WSU, OU, OSU, UT, and BGU). KSU share was $96,784.

1995

"Demographic and economic analysis of diagnostic related groups (DRG) data of residents in Portage County, Ohio." Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Kent State University, $480.

1995

"Deer habitat database and mapping." National Parks Service, Midwest Regional Office, $2,400.

1995

"The Great American Secchi Dip-In (Second Year)." North American Lake Management Society/Environmental Protection Agency, $51,332 (with Robert Carlson).

1995

"Applicability and effectiveness of modified storm water basins in controlling nonpoint source pollution in the Cuyahoga River Watershed," Lake Erie Protection Fund, $100,000 (with Jonathan Harbor, Robert Carlson, Patricia Maurice)

1995

"Mapping and Analysis of Historical Farm Records in the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreational Area," National Parks Service, Midwest Region Office, $2,400.

1994

"An Integrated Geographic Information System for Studies of Geography of Urban Crime," Urban University Program, Ohio Board of Regents, $7,404.

1994

"The Great American Secchi Dip-In," North American Lake Management Society/Environmental Protection Agency (6/9-9/94) (with Robert Carlson).

1993

"A Vector Approach to Automated Extraction of Structural Topographic Information," Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Kent State University, $6,500 

1993

"The Atlas of Ohio Project," Provost of Kent State University (6/93-12/93), $5,000. (with Ute Dymon)

1993

"Brochure production for the Atlas of Ohio," Provost, Kent State University (10/92-2/93) (with Ute Dymon).

1993

"Visibility Dominance and Topographic Features on Digital Elevation Models," (10 resource units on CRAY supercomputer, Grant #PGS192-1).

1991

"Undergraduate Instruction in Terrain Mapping, Modeling and Analysis," National Science Foundation, $57,297. (with C. P. Lo and Thomas Hodler).

1991

"Implementation of A Computer Laboratory for Spatial Data and Geographical Analysis," The University of Georgia, $8,000 (with Jean-Claude Thill).

1990

"Development of A State Vehicle Routing System," Georgia Governor's Office of Energy Resources, $4,400 (6-9/1990).

1989

"Routing Algorithms for Garbage Collection Trucks," City of London, Ontario, Canada, $5,000. (with Michael F. Goodchild and A-Xing Zhu).

1988

"Blockface area delimitation algorithm," GeoCartographic Division, Statistics Canada, $2,000 (2-6/1988) (with Michael Goodchild).

1988

"Thiessen Polygon Algorithms," GeoCartographic Division, Statistics Canada, $2,000 (1-3/1988) (with Michael Goodchild).