Dr Simon Hull is a senior lecturer at the University of Cape Town (UCT). His doctoral research, completed in 2019, was in the field of customary land tenure reform. He completed his MSc at UCT in the field of digital close-range photogrammetry in 2000 where after he spent two years working as a marine surveyor. He spent a further four years completing his articles and is a registered South African Professional Land Surveyor. In 2006 he changed careers and became a high school Maths and Science teacher in a rural village in northern KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. He has held his current position at UCT since 2012.
His current research interests are in cadastral and land administration systems reform, and application of geographic information systems for sustainable development.
BSc in Surveying (University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, 1997)
MSc in Engineering (University of Cape Town, 2000)
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (University of South Africa, 2005)