Human Factors Lab members at the Conference On Spatial Information Theory

Students and faculty from the Human Factors Lab travel to Scarborough, UK this weekend to participate in the Conference On Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2013).

On September 2, a workshop organized by GeoVISTA graduate student Jennifer Smith Mason will take place. Visually-Supported Reasoning with Uncertainty is one of three workshops accepted at COSIT this year. Jenny's co-organizers are Susanne Bleisch and Matt Duckham, both from the University of Melbourne, as well as GeoVISTA faculty associate Alexander Klippel.

On September 3, Transitional Spaces: Between Indoor and Outdoor Spaces, a paper co-authored by GeoVISTA alum Rui Li will be presented during a session on Spatial Change. Rui is now a postdoctoral researcher in the Spatial Intelligence Lab at the University of Muenster, Germany.

On September 5, researchers form the Human Factors Lab will present their work on Fundamental Cognitive Concepts of Space and Time: Using Cross-Linguistic, Crowdsourced Data to Cognitively Calibrate Modes of Overlap, written by Alexander Klippel, Jan Oliver Wallgr√ľn, Jinlong Yang, Jennifer S. Mason, Eun-Kyeong Kim and David M. Mark.

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