The Institute’s events
The geographical colloquium regularly takes place during the lecture period, on Mondays, from 17:30 in Room 1002/B (unless stated otherwise). It is open to anyone who is interested. It is not necessary to register.
Due to the Corona regulations, all lectures starting from winter term 2020/21 take place online. Also on Mondays, but at 18:00.
Mo., 10.05.21 um 18 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Arzu Çöltekin (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland Institute of Interactive Technologies)
„Individual and group differences in human-information interaction.“
Abstract: Humans differ in how they process information based on many factors including age, expertise, or cognitive abilities. In this talk, Prof. Dr. Çöltekin presents results from controlled laboratory studies on navigation, memory, learning from visuospatial displays, levels of realism and abstraction in design, and visual illusions with a focus on the individual and group differences. Understanding such differences have implications for customizing, and eventually personalizing, visualization and interaction design for geospatial displays.
Mo., 17.05.21 um 18 Uhr
Dr. Markus Meyer (Landesamt für Umwelt)
"Governance and assessment of land-system transformation"
"Bewertung und Steuerung von Dynamiken in Landsystemen".
|25.01.21||Bewertung von Dynamiken in Landsystemen||Dr. Markus Meyer (Landesamt für Umwelt)||Zoom|
Annual topics accompany the institute’s events for a whole academic year (winter and following summer semester). These topics are intended to reflect the focal areas of research at the institute and form a type of content parentheses for the teaching events. An overview of the current annual topic with a list of the (teaching) events offered as well as relevant literature can be found here.