The workshop will last all day of the 15th July 2019, with several sessions of talks, a demo session and a brainstorming session to finish the day!
Tokyo International Exchange Center (Plaza Heisei) – Conference Room 1
The program is under construction at the time, but a draft is given below (02/04/2019)
Accepted papers (28/03/2019):
- Lucille Alonso, Florent Renard – Spatial comparison of the perception of urban heat islands and thermal comfort zones with participative in situ measurements and remote sensing data – University of Lyon – UMR CNRS Environment City Society, France.
- Arzu Cöltekin – What contributes to the complexity of visuospatial displays? – University of Applied Sciences & Arts Northwestern Switzerland.
- Mathias Gröbe, Dirk Burghardt – Verification of Multi-Scale Map Design – TU Dresden, Germany.
- Florian Hruby, Rainer Ressl – Scale in Immersive Virtual Environments – National Commission for Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO), Mexico & University of Vienna, Austria.
- Barry Kronenfeld, Barbara Buttenfiel, Lawrence Stanislawski and Jiaxin Deng – Alternate definitions of linear and areal displacement between polylines – The plot thickens – Eastern Illinois University & University of Colorado – Boulder, USA.
- Larry Stanislawski, Barbara Buttenfield, Barry Kronenfeld and Ethan Shavers – Scale-specific metrics for adaptive generalization and geomorphic classification of stream features – U.S. Geological Survey-CEGIS & University of Colorado – Boulder, USA.
- Guillaume Touya – Finding the Oasis in the Desert Fog? Understanding Multi-Scale Map Reading – IGN ENSG, LaSTIG GEOVIS, France.
On-going pre-program (02/04/2019):
- Introduction – 20′
- First Talk session – 10′ presentation +10’Q/A per talk
- Talk #1
- Talk #2
- Talk #3
- Coffee Break
- Second Talk Session – 10′ présentation + 10′ Q/A per talk
- Talk #4
- Talk #5
- Talk #6
- Talk #7
- Lunch time
- Demo & Coffee time – 60′
- Brainstorming time – 60′