Presentation ‘Location Based Services – Applications on Routing and Pedestrian Wayfinding’ at Wuhan University, China.
At the 13th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, in L’Aquila, Italy on 5-7 September 2017, Eva Nuhn presented our work “Towards personalized landmarks”.
We are happy to announce that Andreas Keler successfully finished his PhD project.
Andreas’ doctoral thesis provides a novel framework for detecting traffic bottlenecks from floating car data (FCD
We are happy to announce that Jean-Damascene Mazimpaka successfully finished his PhD project.
Jean’s doctoral thesis provides a “Framework for Analysing Trajectories of Movement in a Dynamic
We are happy to announce that Carolin von Groote-Bidlingmaier successfully finished her PhD project.
Carolin’s doctoral thesis provides a “Data Driven Approach for the Analysis of Functional
During the project seminar “Navigation mit Landmarken” we will conduct an experiment on the salience of geographic objects. The experiment will be jointly carried out with the University
On Apr 4th 2017, the Geoinformatics group, University of Augsburg and the chair of Cartography, Technical University of Munich held the 1st joint research seminar in TU Munich.
A new paper, written by Jean Damascène Mazimpaka and Prof. Sabine Timpf, has been published in the Journal Of Spatial Information Science (JOSIS). The paper reviews data mining methods and applications