Rohan Bennett

Rohan is an Assistant Professor working in Land Administration. He holds a PhD in Land Administration from the University of Melbourne. He also holds degrees in Engineering (Geomatics) Science (Information Systems) from the same institution. From the University of Twente he holds a university teaching qualification. His research focuses on supporting concerns relating to food security, ‘land grabbing’, and climate change – through technological developments in cadastres. He is currently working on design elements including crowd sourced cadastres, the global cadastres, and green cadastres – and the process of land consolidation. His educational experiences are broad and cover both the harder and softer elements of land administration. Recent consulting work includes activities in Ethiopia, Uganda, and Vietnam. Rohan acts as a reviewer on for around 20 journal and conference series. He has co-supervised numerous PhDs and over 20 MSc theses, in both the Netherlands and Australia.