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We are pleased to invite you to another interesting talk in our colloquium series. Florian Hillen (Institute for Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing, University of Osnabrück) will talk about new ways of combining different real-time data sources in Digital Earth applications.
Geo-Information Fusion: Gaining additional value for real-time Digital Earth applications
Lecture Hall, BST 48, Thursday, 07th of [...]

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We cordially invite anybody this week to the first Colloquium Talk in this semester of our “5 years anniversary series”.
The title is:
Indoor mapping by reverse-engineering of existing plans and analysis of pedestrian traces
and the presentation is given by Michael Peter from Stuttgart University (IFP) on Thursday, Apr 23, 2015, 4.15 pm.
The location is Department of [...]

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The programme of the “anniversary edition” of our regular GI colloquium already got published some weeks from now. However, we are pleased to announce an interesting additional talk that complements our panel. Dr Guibo Sun from the Chinese University of Hong Kong will talk about influences of the built-environment that correlate with aspects of pedestrians [...]

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This week: Talk by Bastian Entrup

Another interesting GIScience talk is coming up this week. We cordially invite you to the GIS colloquium:
28.01.15, 11.15am Lecture Hall Berliner Straße 48: “Enhancing IR by Adding Geographical Information: Text- and Geo-based Search within a Corpus of Literary Texts” presented by Bastian Entrup.

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This week: Talk by Florian Hillen

The last talk in 2014 is approaching quickly. We cordially invite you to the colloquium:
18.12.14, Lecture Hall Berliner Straße 48: “Geo-Information Fusion: [...]

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Upcoming Talk by Jukka M. Krisp

The next talk of the semester will take place on next Thursday afternoon (11th December, 04:15pm). It will be held by professor Jukka Krisp from the University of Augsburg and will be held in the lecture hall in Berliner Straße 48. We cordially invite you to this [...]

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Upcoming Talk by Stefan Hahmann

The first talk of the semester is approaching quickly. Thus, we cordially invite you to our first colloquium talk of the semester which will be held by Dr. Stefan Hahmann. He recently joined our group for conducting postdoc research. His presentation will provide insight into his previously done research, which took place at the Technical [...]

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