Author Archives: Mohammed Imaduddin
Jens Ortmann will defend his PhD thesis “Semantic Integration of Human and Technical Observations” on January 30th 2013, 5 pm in the Seminarroom on the 3rd floor of the Institute for Geoinformatics (Weseler Straße 253, 48151 Münster). The defense is … Continue reading
The two full papers ‘Selecting a Representation for Spatial Vagueness – A Decision Making Approach’ by Mohammed Imaduddin Humayun and Angela Schwering and ‘Error-aware Spatio-temporal Aggregation in the Model Web’ by Christoph Stasch, Edzer Pebesma, Ben Graeler and Lydia Gerharz … Continue reading
“Representing Vague Places : Determining a Suitable Method” – a paper by Mohammed Imaduddin Humayun and Angela Schwering was accepted for publication and will be presented at the Place-Related Knowledge Acquisition Research (P-KAR) workshop, in conjunction with Spatial Cognition 2012, Kloster Seeon, Germany, August 31th, 2012.
As part of their qualification criteria, doctoral candidates in the IRTG-SIGI are required to organize colloquia to showcase the latest research among their academic peers in geoinformatics and related fields. The 1st IRTG-SIGI cohort organized a doctoral colloquium in conjunction … Continue reading