The pilot experiment was conducted with volunteer students in Spatial Visualization class. The aim[...]
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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
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
Susanne and Matt attended a Dagstuhl seminar, 12512: Representation, Analysis and Visualization of Moving Objects, at the end of December 2012. The seminar was very productive, and helped initiate several new research collaborations.
Lin-Jie and Matt’s paper, describing a framework for decentralized reasoning about gradual changes in topological relations, was accepted as a poster paper at ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2011 (to be held in Chicago, Illinois, November 1-4 2011).
Harvey Miller, Professor in Geography at the University of Utah, is visiting the department and the group during March. Harvey’s particular expertise is in the area of transportation and GIScience.
Jeremy was the grateful recipient of a CSIRO OCE Scholarship (in support of Sensor and Sensor Networks research).