The pilot experiment was conducted with volunteer students in Spatial Visualization class. The aim[...]
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A proposal for a Dagstuhl Seminar on the topic of Geosensor Networks has been accepted, co-organized by Matt and to be held in December 2013. The details of the seminar are: Dagstuhl Seminar 13492 “Geosensor Networks: Bridging Algorithms and Applications”, … 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.
Matt gave the keynote talk at Spatial Data Handling 2012, in Bonn, Germany on 22nd August. The talk, entitled “When Computing Happens Somewhere”, covered the group’s work on decentralized spatial computing.
Lin-Jie Guan visited the Cognitive Systems Group at the University of Bremen during December 2010, supported by the GO8/ DAAD Australian–German Research Exchange Programme. During this visit Lin-Jie further explored qualitative spatial reasoning techniques in the context of geosensor networks.
Matt is participating in the Dagstuhl Seminar on Qualitative Spatial Reasoning in Dagstuhl, Germany. One of the contributions was to develop the slides for the breakout group on sensors, a collaboration between Tony Cohn, Jason Li, Reinhard Moratz, and Matt … Continue reading
In February, Matt gave a keynote talk at the EuroSDR and ISPRS Workshop on Geosensor Networks, entitled Ambient spatial intelligence: Decentralized computing in geosensor networks.