GeoVISTA at International Cartographic Conference
GeoVISTA faculty, students, and alumni will be participating in the 27th International Cartographic Conference being held August 23-28, 2015, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Papers and posters presented by GeoVISTA members include:
- Distributed Cognition: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Map-based Reasoning by Alan Maceachren
- Challenges and Opportunities for Massive Open Online Cartographic Education by Anthony Robinson
- Custom Cartography for Frank Lloyd Wright Sites for UNESCO World Heritage Nomination by Cindy Brewer, Bill Limpisathian, and Steven Perkins
- Mapping Student Engagement in a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) by Sterling Quinn and Anthony Robinson
- A Cartographic Approach to Spatio-temporal Data Visualization of Events in Visual Analytics Applications by Alice Rühl, Georg Gartner, and Donna Peuquet
- Understanding Map Design in the Context of a Massive Open Online Course in Cartography by Jonathan Nelson and Anthony Robinson
- Update Experiences for ArcGIS-based Cartography Teaching at Penn State - by Michelle Lenze, Cynthia Brewer and David Retchless
- An Automated Image-Thresholding Technique for Identifying Generalized Mountain Range Polygons by Paulo Raposo
- PerSE: Visual analytics for identifying periodicity in spatio-temporal event data by Brian Swedberg
- The Geography of Place Names in the United States by Morteza Karimzadeh
- Understanding Map Design for Renewable Energy Policy, Planning, and Technology Implementation by Carolyn Fish, Patrick Stephens, and Kirby Calvert
Several GeoVISTA alumni will also present their work at ICC2015, including: Raechel Bianchetti, Robert Roth, Sven Fuhrmann, Amy Griffin, and Robert Edsall.
For more information, contact Krista Kahler at email@example.com
Visit http://www.icc2015.org/ to learn more.