Andreas Züfle


Andreas Züfle



Assistant Professor

About Me

Andreas Züfle is an assistant professor with the department of Geography and Geoinformation Science at George Mason University. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany in 2013. Dr. Züfle is a data scientist, whose research quest is to bridge the gap between databases, statistics and geoinformation science, three communities often working independently on identical research problems. To bring these communities together, Dr. Züfle’s research is focused on querying and mining of spatio-temporal and uncertain data. Since 2011, he has published more than 50 fully refereed papers receiving more than 700 citations for his innovative work. His current research activities are funded by NSF.


Office: 2215 Exploratory Hall
☎ Telephone: (703) 993-5866

Fall 2019 Office Hours:
Tuesday 3-5pm


Expertise | Recent Publications | Academic and Professional Activities


  • Data Science
  • Reliable Data Analysis
  • Uncertain Data
  • Enriched Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Data


Recent Publications

  • For a list of my publications, see my DBLP entry.


Academic and Professional Activities

Courses offered:

  • GGS 787 Scientific Data Mining for Geoinformatics

Professional Organization Membership:

  • Program Co-Chair:- ACM SIGMOD@GeoRich Workshop 2014, 2015 and 2016
  • Program Committee:- ADBIS 2014
    – ADC 2015, 2016
    – CIKM 2014, 2015
    – DASFAA 2015
    – MSTD 2013
    – SIGSPATIAL 2016
    – SUM 2016