Author Archives: susanne

Welcome Myeonghun

Myeonghun Jeong (http://myeonghun.org) has joined us as PostDoc in the sense+know project team. He has submitted his PhD thesis on “Qualitative characteristics of fields monitored by a resource-constrained geosensor network” a few days ago. Welcome, Myeonghun!

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Award for Lukas

Lukas Bähler won the ‘allnav AG Award’ with his Masters thesis “Improving the use of sensor network data for bushfire modeling and response“. Lukas researched and wrote his Masters thesis in the AmSI group at the University of Melbourne during … Continue reading

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Alexander Klippel visits

Associate Professor Alexander Klippel from Pennsylvania State University visited the AmSI group 14-18 October 2013. He is a project partner in the sense+know project and collaborates on various research activities in the project.  

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Workshop on “Visually-supported reasoning with uncertainty”

Matt and Susanne, together with Alexander Klippel and Jenny Mason, were involved in the organisation and running of a successful COSIT 2013 workshop in Scarborough, UK. Close to 20 participants considered the topic of “Visually-supported reasoning with uncertainty” through a … Continue reading

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Talks at the International Cartographic Conference

Susanne and Lisa participated in the 26th International Cartographic Conference in Dresden (ICC 2013). Lisa gave a talk on “Evaluation of Uncertainty Visualization Techniques for Decision-making in a Bushfire Scenario” and Susanne presented a study entitled “Evaluating the usefulness of … Continue reading

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Invited talk at IVGI FHNW

The Institute of Geomatics Engineering (IVGI) at the FHNW University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland celebrated its fiftieth anniversary on 29th May 2013. Susanne was invited to give a well received talk about current research in the sense+know project and … Continue reading

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One year sense+know

The yearly project meeting took place in Zürich, Switzerland. Beside looking back onto a successful first sense+know project year with a series of subprojects and publications we took the chance to discuss future collaborations and subprojects. Looking forward to an … Continue reading

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Invited talk at University of Augsburg

Susanne was invited to give a talk at the University of Augsburg, Germany. The presentation covered a range of projects from analysing fish movement data to visualising and analysing sensor network data sets for future improvements of bushfire modelling software.

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Poster at AGILE 2013

At AGILE 2013 in Leuven, Belgium, Susanne presented a poster on encoding sensor network data at different levels of granularity to address the problem of data sparsity even in large data sets. The approach has been used with a fish … Continue reading

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Farewell

Kai-Florian Richter has left the University of Melbourne for a new position at the University of Zürich. We wish you all the best, Kai-Florian! The next project meeting will take place in Zürich on 23 May 2013 as the University … Continue reading

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