In the late summer 2015, we have completed two special issues for the International Journal of Digital Earth – you can see the editorials here (with brief summaries of the papers included in each special issue):
1) Geovisual Analytics: Design and Implementation:
2) Geovisual Analytics: Human Factors:
We believe these issues features some interesting research and you will enjoy reading them. Let us know if we’re right! 🙂
Our workshop in France held during the Geospatial week, titled Geovis’15 was
very well received! The workshop was organized Sidonie Christophe (co-chair of the ICA Cognitive Visualization Commission) and myself (Arzu Coltekin, co-chair of this ISPRS WG II/6 Geovisualization and Virtual Reality). Furthermore, it was also supported by the ICA’s Commission on Geovisualization.
The program of the workshop:
Annals papers (all Geospatial week):
Our introduction to the Geovis section in Annals: http://www.isprs-ann-photogramm-remote-sens-spatial-inf-sci.net/II-3-W5/497/2015/isprsannals-II-3-W5-497-2015.pdf
Archives papers (all Geospatial week)
Our Geovis’15 keynote speaker was Dr. Clare Davies from the UK. She is a psychologist with a strong background working with Geo-professionals.
The two chairs of the event were Sidonie Christophe and Arzu Coltekin.
Scientific Committee members from all over the world made this event a high quality gathering.
Workshop covers a broad range of topics about visualizing cities. All you need to know is here:
We are co-editing a special issue on Multidimensional Modelling, Analysis and Visualization — more details at the URL below. Submit full papers for consideration by May 30th.
This is a kind reminder that we have now
one week left the deadline for abstracts and papers for the Geovis workshop we are organizing in France on Rendering and Cognition of Images and Hybrid Visualizations.
Everything you need to know is here:
Please contribute and circulate to those who may be interested!
We are co-chairing GeoVIS 2015: Rendering and Cognition with Images and Hybrid Visualizations. Now the submission system is open, submit a 1-page abstract or a full paper (6-8 pages) by 15th of April.
All details here:
If you are interested in Web-based GIS or Geovisualization, this is for you:
Deadline (abstracts/full papers): Feb 15th
We are organizing a workshop at the Geospatial Week 2015 — that’ll be in southern France late September/early October.
Take a look if you are working with imagery and complex visualizations (e.g. linked views, “hybrid” visualizations etc), and have an interest in tech/design/human factors:
Full paper & abstract submission: 15 April 2015
Notification of acceptance: 1st June 2015
Early-bird registration: 15 June 2015
Camera-ready due: 1st July 2015
An illustration of a “hybrid” visualization by Luca Dall’acqua (2013).