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Lucian Dragut

Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara, Timisoara, Romania

Institution web page: http://www.geografie.uvt.ro/pers/dragut.htm
Personal web page: http://www.geografie.uvt.ro/pers/dragut.htm
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Born: 1970

Interests: Geomorphometry, GIS, Remote sensing

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Lecturer with the West University of Timisoara and postdoctoral research associate with the University of Salzburg, completed his academic qualifications (MSc and PhD in Geography) at "Babes-Bolyai" University of Cluj-Napoca. He is a specialist in Geomorphometry and GIS/remote sensing applications in landscape ecology. Involved in a range of research projects, he was awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship, an Occasional Lecturer Program Award, and a Fulbright Fellowship.

ResearcherID: A-4126-2008

Selected publications:
• Mariana Belgiu, Lucian Dragut. Random forest in remote sensing: A review of applications and future directions. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 114, pp. 24-31, 2016.
• Lucian Dragut, Andrei Dornik. Land-surface segmentation as a method to create strata for spatial sampling and its potential for digital soil mapping. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 2016.
• Ovidiu Csillik, Ian. S. Evans, Lucian Dragut. Transformation (normalization) of slope gradient and surface curvatures, automated for statistical analyses from DEMs. Geomorphology, 232, pp. 65-77, 2015.
• Mariana Belgiu, Lucian Dragut. Comparing supervised and unsupervised multiresolution segmentation approaches for extracting buildings from very high resolution imagery. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 96, pp. 67-75, 2014.
• Lucian Dragut, Ovidiu Csillik, Clemens Eisank, Dirk Tiede. Automated parameterisation for multi-scale image segmentation on multiple layers. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 88, pp. 119-127, 2014.
• Mariana Belgiu, Lucian Dragut, Josef Strobl. Quantitative evaluation of variations in rule-based classifications of land cover in urban neighbourhoods using WorldView-2 imagery. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 87, pp. 205-215, 2014.
• Lucian Parvulescu, Claudia Zaharia, Alina Satmari, Lucian Dragut. Is the distribution pattern of the stone crayfish in the Carpathians related to karstic refugia from Pleistocene glaciations?. FRESHWATER SCIENCE, 32, pp. 1410-1419, 2013.
• Lucian Dragut, Ovidiu Csillik, Jozef Minár, Ian Evans. Land-surface segmentation to delineate elementary forms from Digital Elevation Models. Proceedings Geomorphometry 2013, pp. O-6-1-O-6-, 2013.
• Lucian Dragut, Andrei Dornik. Land-Surface Segmentation as sampling framework for soil mapping. In T. Guoan, Z. Qiming, H. Mitasova, T. Hengl (eds.), Proceedings Geomorphometry 2013, pp. O-16-1-O-1. 2013.
• Florina Ardelean, Lucian Dragut, Petru Urdea, Marcel Török-Oance. Variations in landform definition: a quantitative assessment of differences between five maps of glacial cirques in the Tarcu Mountains (Southern Carpathians, Romania). Area, 45 (3), pp. 348-357, 2013.
• Sebastian d' Oleire-Oltmanns, Clemens Eisank, Lucian Dragut and Thomas Blaschke. An Object-Based Workflow to Extract Landforms at Multiple Scales From Two Distinct Data Types. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 10 (4), pp. 947-951, 2013.
• S. d' Oleire-Oltmanns, C. Eisank, L. Dragut, L. Schrott, I. Marzolff, T. Blaschke. OBJECT-BASED LANDFORM MAPPING AT MULTIPLE SCALES FROM DIGITAL ELEVATION MODELS (DEMS) AND AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS. In Proceedings of the 4th GEOBIA, May 7-9, 2012 - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, pp. 496-500. 2012.
• Lucian Dragut, Clemens Eisank. Automated object-based classification of topography from SRTM data. Geomorphology, 141-142, pp. 21-33, 2012.
• Philip Verhagen, Lucian Dragut. Object-based landform delineation and classification from DEMs for archaeological predictive mapping. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39, pp. 698-703, 2012.
• Lucian Dragut, Clemens Eisank. Automated classification of topography from SRTM data using object-based image analysis. In Hengl, T., I. S. Evans, J. P. Wilson, and M. Gould (eds.), Proceedings Geomorphometry 2011, pp. 113-116. 2011.
• Clemens Eisank, Lucian Dragut, and Thomas Blaschke. A generic procedure for semantics-oriented landform classification using object-based image analysis. In Hengl, T., I. S. Evans, J. P. Wilson, and M. Gould (eds.), Proceedings Geomorphometry 2011, pp. 125-128. 2011.
• Lucian Dragut, Clemens Eisank, Thomas Strasser. Local variance for multi-scale analysis in geomorphometry . Geomorphology, 130, pp. 162-172, 2011.
• Lucian Dragut & Clemens Eisank. Object representations at multiple scales from Digital Elevation Models. Geomorphology, 129 (3-4), pp. 183-189, 2011.
• Lucian Dragut, Ulrich Walz & Thomas Blaschke. The Third and Fourth Dimensions of Landscape: towards Conceptual Models of Topographically Complex Landscapes. Landscape Online, 22, pp. 1-10, 2010.
• Lucian Dragut, Dirk Tiede, Shaun R. Levick. ESP: a tool to estimate scale parameter for multiresolution image segmentation of remotely sensed data. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 24 (6), pp. 859-871, 2010.
• Dragut, L., Eisank, C., Strasser, T. and Blaschke, T. . A comparison of methods to incorporate scale in geomorphometry. In Ross Purves, Stephan Gruber, Ralph Straumann, Tomislav Hengl (eds.), Geomorphometry 2009, pp. 133-139. 2009.
• Dragut, L., Schauppenlehner, T., Muhar, A., Strobl, J. and Blaschke, T. . Optimization of scale and parametrization for terrain segmentation: an application to soil-landscape modeling. Computers & Geosciences, 35 (9), pp. 1875-1883, 2009.
• Dragut, L. and Blaschke, T. . Terrain segmentation and classification using SRTM data. In Zhou, Q., Lees, B. and Tang, G. (eds.), Advances in Digital Terrain Analysis, pp. 141-158. Springer, 2008.
• Muntean, O. L., Dragut, L., Baciu, N., Man, T., Buzila, L. and Ferencik, I. . Environmental impact assessment as a tool for environmental restoration (a case study: Copsa-Mica area, Romania). In Petrosillo, I., Müller, F., Jones, K. B., Zurlini, G., Krauze, K., Victorov, S., Li, B. -L., Kepner, W. G. (eds.), Use of Landscape Sciences for the Assessment of Environmental Security, pp. 461-474. Springer, 2007.
• Luscier, J. D, Thompson, W. L, Wilson, J. M, Gorham, B. E. and Dragut, L. D. . Techniques for determining percent ground cover - Reply. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 5, pp. 240-240, 2007.
• Luscier, J. D, Thompson, W. L, Wilson, J. M, Gorham, B. E. and Dragut, L. D. . Using digital photographs and object- based image analysis to estimate percent ground cover in vegetation plots. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 4(8), pp. 408-413, 2006.
• Dragut L. and Blaschke, T. . Automated classification of landform elements using object-based image analysis. Geomorphology, 81, pp. 330-344, 2006.
• Cristea, V., Gafta, D., Baciu, C., Goia, I., Dragut, L. and Coroiu, I. . Multidisciplinary assessment of the landscape development around the Cluj-Napoca city (Romania).. In Brandt, J. and Vejre, H. (eds.), Multifunctional Landscapes: monitoring, diversity and management, pp. 271-285. WIT Press, 2003.

Publications from the ISI database, indexed between 2002-2011, produced in Romania:
• Luscier, JD; Thompson, WL; Wilson, JM; Gorham, BE; Dragut, LD, Using digital photographs and object-based image analysis to estimate percent ground cover in vegetation plots. FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 4 (8), pp. 408-413, 2006.
• Dragut, L; Blaschke, T, Automated classification of landform elements using object-based image analysis. GEOMORPHOLOGY, 81 (3-4), pp. 330-344, 2006.
• Dragut, L; Schauppenlehner, T; Muhar, A; Strobl, J; Blaschke, T, Optimization of scale and parametrization for terrain segmentation: An application to soil-landscape modeling. COMPUTERS & GEOSCIENCES, 35 (9), pp. 1875-1883, 2009.
• Dragut, L; Tiede, D; Levick, SR, ESP: a tool to estimate scale parameter for multiresolution image segmentation of remotely sensed data. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SCIENCE, 24 (6), pp. 859-871, 2010.
• Dragut, L; Eisank, C, Object representations at multiple scales from digital elevation models. GEOMORPHOLOGY, 129 (3-4), pp. 183-189, 2011.
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