Charles Ehlschlaeger, Adjunct Faculty

Charles R. Ehlschlaeger is an adjunct instructor for the JHU Geographic Information Systems program, teaching Census Data Mining: Visualization and Analytics.

He is a senior technical lead and project manager at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s Engineer Research and Development Center where he leads the development of new demographic techniques for domestic and international humanitarian aid and disaster relief planning and operations. Previous geographic research includes food security, threatened and endangered species, hydrology, noise modeling, and GIS software development. Prior to joining ERDC, he was a tenured associate professor at both Western Illinois University and Hunter College, as well as the Director of the McDonough County GIS Center (IL), where he designed and implemented the environmental and demographic database for all local governmental organizations. Charles has a B.L.A. from the University of Illinois, Urbana, and a PhD of Geography from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Chuck’s JHU email is

Charles Ehlschlaeger