Dr Luke Wallace is focusing on developing the next generation 3D measurement techniques for enhancing information currently available to describe natural and urban environments.
Luke Wallace’s principle research interests are focused on the acquisition and application of remotely sensed data for deriving information to improve management of forested ecosystems and natural resources.
- Remote Sensing
- Spatial Analysis
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles / Drones
- Sensor Integration
- 3D Point Cloud processing
- Forest Inventory
- Bushfire Hazard Assessment
Luke is a post-doctoral research fellow in the Remote Sensing Centre. He is a primary researcher working on the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC project A4 “Disaster landscape attribution: fire surveillance and hazard mapping, data scaling and validation”. His focus is on terrestrial, UAV and airborne remote sensing techniques for the characterisation of fuel load and fuel hazard across a variety of fire-prone landscapes.
- 2006 Bachelor of Geomatics, University of Tasmania, Australia.
- 2007 Bachelor of Surveying and Spatial Sciences (First Class Hons), University of Tasmania, Australia.
- 2014 PhD, University of Tasmania, Australia.
Luke has worked closely with industry on a number of GIS and remote sensing projects. From 2009 – 2015 Luke acted as the sole GIS analyst and programming consultant on the development of two GIS based bushfire models. The award winning Tasmanian Bushfire Risk Assessment Model and the Bushfire Operational Hazard Model. In 2009- 2010 Luke also worked with the Department of Environment, Primary Industry, Heritage and Arts on the development of web based asset management systems for heritage sites around Tasmania.
- Wickramasinghe, C.,Wallace, L.,Reinke, K.,Jones, S. (2019). In Press - Intercomparison of Himawari-8 AHI-FSA with MODIS and VIIRS active fire products In: International Journal of Digital Earth, , 1 - 17
- Wallace, L.,Bellman, C.,Hally, B.,Hernandez, J.,Jones, S.,Hillman, S. (2019). Assessing the Ability of Image Based Point Clouds Captured from a UAV to Measure the Terrain in the Presence of Canopy Cover In: Forests, 10, 1 - 14
- Hillman, S.,Wallace, L.,Reinke, K.,Hally, B.,Jones, S.,San Martin Saldias, D. (2019). A method for validating the structural completeness of understory vegetation models captured with 3D remote sensing In: Remote Sensing, 11, 1 - 11
- Wallace, L.,San Martin Saldias, D.,Reinke, K.,HILLMAN, S.,Hally, B.,Jones, S. (2019). Using orthoimages generated from oblique terrestrial photography to estimate and monitor vegetation cover In: Ecological Indicators, 101, 91 - 101
- Wickramasinghe, C.,Wallace, L.,Reinke, K.,Jones, S. (2018). Implementation of a new algorithm resulting in improvements in accuracy and resolution of SEVIRI hotspot products In: Remote Sensing Letters, 9, 877 - 885
- Hally, B.,Wallace, L.,Reinke, K.,Jones, S.,Engel, C.,Skidmore, A. (2018). Estimating Fire Background Temperature at a Geostationary Scale-An Evaluation of Contextual Methods for AHI-8 In: Remote Sensing, 10, 1 - 29
- Hally, B.,Wallace, L.,Reinke, K.,Jones, S.,Skidmore, A. (2018). Advances in active fire detection using a multi-temporal method for next-generation geostationary satellite data In: International Journal of Digital Earth, , 1 - 16
- Hally, B.,Wallace, L.,Reinke, K.,Jones, S. (2017). A broad-area method for the Diurnal characterisation of upwelling medium wave infrared radiation In: Remote Sensing, 9, 1 - 16
- SPITS, C.,Wallace, L.,Reinke, K. (2017). Investigating surface and near-surface bushfire fuel attributes: A comparison between visual assessments and image-based point clouds In: Sensors, 17, 1 - 19
- Wallace, L.,Hillman, S.,Reinke, K.,Hally, B. (2017). Non-destructive estimation of above-ground surface and near-surface biomass using 3D terrestrial remote sensing techniques In: Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 8, 1607 - 1616
2 PhD Completions4 PhD Current Supervisions