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Bernd Resch is an Assistant Professor at University of Salzburg's Department of Geoinformatics - Z_GIS and a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University (USA). Bernd Resch did his PhD in the area of “Live Geography” (real-time monitoring of environmental geo-processes) together with University of Salzburg and MIT. His research interests revolve around fusing data from human and technical sensors, the "quantified self" movement and crowd-sourcing methods, environmental monitoring, People as Sensors, real-time analysis of urban dynamics, Sensor Fusion, and interoperability in geo-sensor networks. Amongst a variety of other functions, Bernd Resch is an Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Health Geographics, Associated Faculty Member of the doctoral college "GIScience", co-chair of the Geoinformatics 2013 conference, co-organiser of the Young Researchers‘ Forum GIScience, and an Executive Board member of Spatial Services GmbH.