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Graduate Celebration 2019

On 29 November 2019, we celebrated together with the graduates of 2018/2019 of Bachelor and Master of Science in Geography, and also School Education (Lehramt) at the ceremony in the venue of the Neue Aula of Heidelberg University. Moreover, Prof. Carl Zillich gave an interesting talk about perspectives, controversies and visions of the International [...]

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Hello dear friends of disaster mapping,
Another busy disastermappers heidelberg year is coming to an end. After events and meetings in  Heidelberg as well as Würzburg, Kiel, Salzburg and Berlin all around the topic of disaster mapping, we want to use the start in the Advent season to get feedback on the past [...]

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GIScience HD/HeiGIT sind seit geraumer Zeit Partner des Humanitarian Open StreetMap Team (HOT) und arbeiten an gemeinsamen Projekten zur Verbesserung von Geoinformationstechnologien und der Verfügbarkeit von Geodaten (insb. OpenStreetMap) für humanitäre Einsätze, insbesondere im globalen Süden, z.B. über die Missing Maps Initiative.
Im Rahmen der Veranstaltung Geographie in verschiedenen Berufsfeldern des Geographischen Instituts berichtet Marcel Reinmuth aus dem [...]

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im Rahmen der Geography Awareness Week laden die Geographie-Fachschaften der Standorte Göttingen, Hannover, Würzburg und Heidelberg und die disastermappers heidelberg herzlich zum standortübergreifenden Mapathon ein!
An diesem Mapathon werden wir gemeinschaftlich mit Hilfe von OpenStreetMap und fernerkundlichen Methoden neue Kartendaten für vernachlässigte Krisenregionen erstellen und somit humanitäre Hilfsorganisationen in ihrer Arbeit unterstützen. Welches Gebiet genau kartiert [...]

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Today we celebrate the International Day for #DisasterRiskReduction. HeiGIT offers a growing set of tools and services that support humanitarian aid during and before disasters. Examples include work in the context of the Missing Maps initiative, like conceptualising and extending microtasking apps like MapSwipe, as well as services for analysing MapSwipe data and making it [...]

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We cordially invite you to a Brownbag presentation by our Guest Researcher Dr. Jennings Anderson!
When? Tuesday, 8/10/2019, 1-2.30 pm
Where? Seminar room 15, INF 348
Jennings is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Colorado Boulder exploring new approaches to analytical infrastructures for big, peer-produced geospatial datasets, specifically OpenStreetMap. His dissertation work involved designing contributor-centric research methods [...]

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Nicole Aeschbach (Head of TdLab Geography) and Werner Aeschbach (Professor at the Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University) contributed to the Local Conference of Youth (LCOY) which took place from 4 to 6 October 2019 in Heidelberg.
In their talk, Nicole and Werner presented the basic science of climate change, covering observations and impacts of current [...]

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We cordially invite everybody interested to our next open GIScience colloquium talk!
The speaker is Prof. Dr. Stephan Winter from Melbourne University, Australia.

When: Monday 30.09.2019, 2:00 pm
Where: INF 348, room 015 (Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University)

Title: Conversing about place
‘Place’ is used here as antithesis to traditional, geometry-based geographic information systems’ capture, modelling, analysis and [...]

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Dr. Nicole Aeschbach (TdLab Geography) conceives and leads the “Students’ Workshop” within the framework of the “7th German-Japanese University Presidents’ Conference” of the HeKKSaGOn network on September 12 and 13, 2019 in Heidelberg. In this university consortium, Heidelberg University, the University of Göttingen and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have joined forces with three of [...]

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First of all, thanks to everybody who attended our ohsome lab on OpenStreetMap History Analysis at last weeks FOSS4G in Bucharest. Even though there were eleven (!) tracks running in parallel, and our lab was not in the same location as the program track, we had some interested participants. Their affiliation ranged from public institutions [...]

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