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This week our GIScience Heidelberg team member Rene Westerholt most successfully defended his PhD! Congratulations! Very well deserved!

The thesis is located at the interface between spatial analysis methodology and the characteristics of spatially superimposed random variables. Three types of contributions are presented:
(i) the interactions of spatial analysis techniques with spatially superimposed random variables
are investigated;
(ii) novel [...]

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The Special Issue: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) - Analytics ( Vol 20, Issue 3) has been published by Taylor & Francis in the Open Access Journal Geo-Spatial Information Science (GSIS) - celebrating the journal`s 20th anniversary.
Guest Editors: Peter Mooney, Alexander Zipf, Jamal Jokar Arsanjani, and Hartwig H. Hochmair
http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tgsi20/20/3?nav=tocList
GSIS is now indexed in the Emerging Sources [...]

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The Special Issue: Human Dynamics in the Mobile and Big Data Era of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science (IJGIS), Volume 30, Issue 9 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.
This issue includes our article:
Exploration of spatiotemporal and semantic clusters of Twitter data using unsupervised neural networks
Enrico Steiger, Bernd Resch [...]

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By the end of November, Professor Paul Longley and his colleague Guy Lansley (both from Department of Geography, University College London) visited our group as part of the last CrowdAnalyser workshop. Both of them gave really inspiring talks. Paul talked about the provenance and use of big data (largely focussing on social media). Guy, in [...]

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CrowdAnalyser Workshop 2014

The ‘CrowdAnalyser Workshop 2014‘ successfully took place on Thursday, 08th of May and Friday, 09th of May. Organised by the PhD students of the research training group ‘CrowdAnalyser‘, the event was well attended. On Thursday, a lecture room in Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing was crowded with 45 interested participants of the presentation and discussion [...]

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