A bit about Dr Lyew-Ayee
He has wide-ranging interests and is active in a number of fields, including natural-hazards assessment and management, national security, business development, real-estate development, environment, history and archeology, and geomorphology.
He's author or co-author of several peer-reviewed journal papers and book chapters, as well as technical reports and documents, on topics ranging from the geomorphology of the Cockpit Country, to Taino archeology, crime analytical techniques, Martian-rock breakdown, site-suitability for business expansion and customer distributions, analyses of school service areas, ecology, natural hazards, and many other fields.
He has presented at dozens of conferences, seminars and workshops, locally and internationally. Lyew-Ayee is part of the research team on the NASA-funded project on Martian-rock breakdown, along with the University of Oxford and the Planetary Sciences Institute.
He is the conceptualiser and primary developer of the Caribbean's first GPS navigation system. He has membership or chairmanship of 13 boards and six committees.