Monthly Archives: September 2011
I am pleased to announce that I received a Travel Award for the International Semantic Web Conference. A total of 44(!) Travel Awards were granted to students attending the conference. Meanwhile the conference program was put online.
The following manuscript has been accepted for publication in the Int. J. of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control. Anusuriya Devaraju and Tomi Kauppinen, Sensors Tell More than They Sense: Modeling and Reasoning about Sensor Observations for Understanding Weather Events, Special … Continue reading
In the aftermath of heavy flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene, University at Buffalo researchers are conducting a damage assessment that could help hard-hit communities in New York plan for future disasters. On Sept. 10, geographers from UB’s LESAM laboratory … Continue reading
ISCRAM 2012 First Call for Papers and (Special) Sessions ISCRAM 2012: The 9th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response Management 22-25 April 2012 Vancouver, Canada. Each year, ISCRAM brings together top researchers and practitioners working in the area … Continue reading
The 10th Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2011) has taken place in Belfast, Maine, USA on September 12-16th 2011. IRTG participation to the conference has been wide and several students and postdocs had the chance to present their results … Continue reading
Six IfGI IRTG Phd Students (Christoph Stasch, Auriol Degbelo, Dong Wang, Jia Wang, Malumbo Chipofya and Jens Ortmann) and the Post-Doc (Dr. Tomi Kauppinen) have attended the IfGI Retreat at Schloß Ehringerfeld. From Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th September we … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Professor Sven Bertel (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar) and Professor Gerard Heuvelink (Wageningen University) will be keynote speakers for GI-Zeitgeist 2012. More on the background of the speakers will be provided on the website of the conference … Continue reading