Welcome to the pages of Applied Geoinformatics (Prof. Dr. Jukka M. Krisp). Research areas of Geoinformatics  include the investigation and development of computational methods for visual spatial data analysis – that comprises data acquisition & storage, processing, enrichment and extended exploratory visualization & cartographic communication. Current research deals with concepts of Location-Based Services (LBSs), Geographic Visualization, Visual Analytics, Spatial Modeling, GIS Applications and Augmented/Virtual Reality.

 

 

Applied Geoinformatics

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Jan. 30, 2024

New publication - Haosheng Huang, Yi Cheng, Weihua Dong, Georg Gartner, Jukka M. Krisp & Liqiu Meng (2024) Context modeling and processing in Location Based Services: research challenges and opportunities

New published article (the Version of Record) is now on Taylor & Francis Online. - Haosheng Huang, Yi Cheng, Weihua Dong, Georg Gartner, Jukka M. Krisp & Liqiu Meng (2024) Context modeling and processing in Location Based Services: research challenges and opportunities, Journal of Location Based Services, DOI: 10.1080/17489725.2024.2306349
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Jan. 29, 2024

Excursion to ESRI2024

Excursion to ESRI2024
Students learned on-site on our excursion to ESRI Germany
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Dec. 19, 2023

New publication - Krisp J.M., Meng L., Kumke H. & Huang H. (2023) Advances in location based services

New publication - Krisp J.M., Meng L., Kumke H. & Huang H. (2023) Advances in location based services, Journal of Location Based Services, 17:4, 299-306, DOI: 10.1080/17489725.2023.2265867
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Nov. 13, 2023

Visiting Researcher from Hongkong Baptise University

Visiting researcher from Hongkong Baptise University, Honglin Zhu, for two months in the Professorship of Applied Geoinformatics
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Visiting researcher from Hongkong Baptise University, Honglin Zhu, for two months in the Professorship of Applied Geoinformatics
Oct. 23, 2023

International Cartographic Association (ICA) - Commission on Location-Based-Services (LBS) - Prof. Krisp has been elected as the chair of the ICA-Commission on LBS - (2024-2028) - http://lbs.icaci.org/

International Cartographic Association (ICA) - Commission on Location-Based-Services (LBS) - Prof. Krisp has been elected as the chair of the ICA-Commission on LBS - (2024-2028)
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Aug. 29, 2023

International Symposium on Location-Based Big Data and GeoAI 2023 (LocBigDataAI 2023)

Applied geoinformatics (Ms Zulfa Afifah / Jukka Krisp) joined the International Symposium on Location-Based Big Data and GeoAI 2023 (LocBigDataAI 2023). info: https://lbs.icaci.org/locbigdata2023/
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Aug. 21, 2023

The 31st International Cartographic Conference 2023 in Cape Town, South Africa

Professor for Applied Geoinformatics presented at the 31st International Cartographic Conference 2023 in Cape Town, South Africa, from August 11-18, 2023.
Zulfa Nuraini Afifah presented an abstract entitled "Diet Map: Participatory Mapping Application for Specific Diets" at the conference. Access the abstract here: https://ica-abs.copernicus.org/articles/6/4/2023/
More information: https://icc2023.org/
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31st International Cartographic Conference 2023 in Cape Town, South Africa
July 4, 2023

GI-Salzburg - Copernicus satellite data for monitoring private and communal forest health


Ms Hoermann presents her research and new publication:

Copernicus satellite data for monitoring private and communal forest health
Hoermann S.M. a,*, Brand K. b, Krisp J.M. a

a University of Augsburg, Applied Geoinformatics, Institute of Geography, Alter Postweg 118, 86159 Augsburg, Germany
b GI Geoinformatik GmbH, Morellstraße 33, 86159 Augsburg, Germany

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May 18, 2023

Guest course at the Aalto University Finland (Prof. Krisp) im May 2023

Guest course at the Aalto University Finland (Prof. Krisp) im May 2023
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May 7, 2023

New publication - First published online May 4, 2023 An overview of urban analytical approaches to combating the Covid-19 pandemic

An overview of urban analytical approaches to combating the Covid-19 pandemic
X. Angela Yao, Andrew Crooks, Bin Jiang, Jukka M. Krisp, Xintao Liu, and Haosheng Huang-
https://doi.org/10.1177/23998083231174748
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