Professor for Applied Geoinformatics
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.
Time, much like space, has always influenced the human experience due to its ubiquity. Yet, how we have communicated temporal information graphically throughout our history, is still inadequately studied. How does our image of time and temporal events evolve as the human world continuously transforms into a globally more and more synchronized community? Within this overview paper, we elaborate on these questions, we analyze visualizations of time and temporal data from a variety of sources connected to exploratory data analysis. We assign codes and cluster the visualizations based on their graphical properties. The result gives an overview of different visual structures apparent in graphic representations of time.
Klasen, V., Bogucka, E. P., Meng, L., & Krisp, J. M. (2023). How we see time – the evolution and current state of visualizations of temporal data. International Journal of Cartography, 0(0), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1080/23729333.2022.2156316
Professor Jukka M. Krisp from Augsburg University, Germany, have been nominated to the Visiting Professors of the Mobility Lab and the Department of Geography of the University of Tartu starting from January 2023
Check out: https://mobilitylab.ut.ee/blog/new-visiting-professors-nominated/
The ICA Commission on Location Based Services, Applied Geoinformatics @ Augsburg University, Prof. Dr. Jukka M. Krisp and the Chair of Cartography @ TUM, Prof. Dr. Liqiu Meng, organized the 17th International Conference on Location Based Services which took place in Munich on 12. – 14. September 2022. We were very pleased to host more than 74 on-site participants from all over the world, contributing to the conference with very high-quality presentations and very inspiring discussions. Thank you to all the participants of the 17th Conference on Location Based Services (LBS 2022)! more info - https://conferences.lfk.lrg.tum.de/lbs2022/program.html
16th - 17th July 2022 - Applied Geoinformatics (Prof. Krisp) has been active at the "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft - Augsburg", The augmented reality sandbox (version3) in action; Thank you HiWis & students (Julia, Lisa, Fabian & Monica, Marie, Christian, Daniel, Senta, Tobias, Tim)!
Full Paper - Peer review of the full paper, which aims to present scientific results. We aim to invite selected full papers to a special issue of the "International Journal of Location Based Services" (T&F).
Abstract - Review of the abstract. If accepted an abstract will be published in the digital proceedings of the symposium.
Full Paper - Submission deadline: March 15th 2022
Abstract - Submission deadline: June 1st, 2022
Conference - Date: Sept 12.-14., 2022
Venue: Vorhoelzer Forum, Arcisstrasse 21, 80333 Munich, Germany
New publications at the ICA-ICC 2021 from the applied Geoinformatics Augsburg:
Kalinic, Maja, Krisp, Jukka M. (2021): Determining traffic congestion utilizing a fuzzy logic model and Floating Car Data (FCD). Proceedings of the ICA, 4, 55. https://doi.org/10.5194/ica-proc-4-55-2021 PDF | BibTeX | RIS | DOI
Keler, Andreas, Krisp, Jukka M. (2021): Quantifying the complexity of road intersections using open data of traffic accidents – insights from a case study in Munich. Abstracts of the ICA, 3, 143. https://doi.org/10.5194/ica-abs-3-143-2021 PDF | BibTeX | RIS | DOI
Krisp, Jukka M., Kalinic, Maja, Röger, Christian, Keler, Andreas (2021): Sensor based extended floating bicycle data (xFBD) analysis. Abstracts of the ICA, 3, 164. https://doi.org/10.5194/ica-abs-3-164-2021 PDF | BibTeX | RIS | DOI