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Program structure

ICA EC Meeting
Various meetings
Opening Ceremony
All dayPoster Session
Exhibition “The Longest Voyage”
MorningTopographic Cartography (S1)Toponomy (S2)
SDI and beyond (S3)Cartographic Heritage 1 (S4)
AfternoonThematic Cartography (S5)Location Based Services (S6)
Generalisation (S7)Atlas Cartography 1 (S8)Guided visit to the facsimile edition of the Tabula Peutingeriana
Keynote 1
EveningWorkshop: CartoHackPanel: Map Ethics
All dayPoster Session
Exhibition “The Longest Voyage”
MorningAtlas Cartography 2 (S9)Multimedia Cartography (S10)
Cartographic Education 1 (S11)Cartographic Heritage 2 (S12)
LunchtimeVerleihung des Ravenstein-PreisesMeet the authors of “Mapping for a sustainable world”
AfternoonPerception and Cognition 1 (S13)Collaborative Mapping (S14)
Theoretical Cartography (S15)Visualisation and Design 1 (16)Young-Scientists PhD Research Seminar
Keynote 2Guided visit to the facsimile edition of the Tabula Peutingeriana
EveningConference Dinner
All dayPoster Session
Exhibition “The Longest Voyage”
MorningCartographic Education 2 (S17)Cartographic Methods and Applications 1 (S18)
Perception and Cognition 2 (S19)Cartographic Methods and Applications 2 (S20)
AfternoonVisualisation and Design 2 (S21)Cartographic Methods and Applications 3 (S22)
Keynote 3
Closing Ceremony

Sunday, September 18

On Sunday our workshops take place – please find the full list of workshops here.

We also host meetings of the International Cartographic Association (ICA) and the German Cartographic Association (DGfK) on Saturday and Sunday. A list of all meetings can be found here.

Opening @Kuppelsaal
18:00–22:00 — Chair: Georg Gartner

Opening Ceremony & Ice Breaker

Monday, September 19

Session 01 @Festsaal

Topographic Cartography

Chair: Gartner
  • 09:15–09:30 — Karsten Pippig, Sebastian Denier, Dominik Käuferle and Olaf Forte

    Towards a Next Generation of Swiss Maps

  • 09:30–09:45 — Gernot Felfernig

    Semi-Automatic Production of a 1:50k Map at BEV

  • 09:45–10:00 — Miloš Basarić, Gordana Jakovljević and Dragoljub Sekulović

    Georeferencer X – Tool for Automatic Georeferencing of the Topographic Maps

  • 10:00–10:15 — Klito Demetriou, Giorgos Vassilas and Argyro Argyrou

    The Production of a New Topographical Map Series at scale 1:25000. The case of Cyprus

  • 10:15–10:30 — Klaus Freitag

    BEV-KM go Open Source

Session 02 @Boecklsaal


Chair: Kainz
  • 09:15–09:30 — Roman Stani-Fertl

    The Open Gazetteer of EuroGeographics and Exonyms

  • 09:30–09:45 — Přemysl Mácha

    Urbanonyms in small settlements: terra incognita of (Czech) place name studies

  • 09:45–10:00 — Peter Jordan

    Adequate minority place-name representation on topographical maps

  • 10:00–10:15 — Joan Tort-Donada

    Toponymy as a tool for the geographical interpretation of the region: some methodological foundations

  • 10:15–10:30 — Giovanni De Santis and Cosimo Palagiano

    New place names in Italy after disasters or human changes

10:30–11:00 — Coffee Break sponsored by Silver Sponsor: BEV
Coffee break Extra @Festsaal
10:55–11:00 — BEV

Sponsor presentation by BEV: Amap online

Session 03 @Festsaal

SDI and beyond

Chair: Schiewe
  • 11:00–11:15 — Anja Hopfstock, Patrick Knöfel and Florian Lindl

    Digital Twin Germany – a digital replica for simulation and analysis build on geospatial data

  • 11:15–11:30 — Donatella Zingaro and Tumasch Reichenbacher

    Modelling and communicating geographic relevance in a digitally transformed world using a digital twin

  • 11:30–11:45 — Pekka Latvala, Kim Huuhko and Matti Kokkonen

    Integrating Statistical Databases with Geospatial Datasets

  • 11:45–12:00 — Otakar Čerba, Sarah Velten, Jan Macura and Viktorie Sloupová

    Ontology-based Web Map

  • 12:00–12:15 — Marcin Lebiecki

    Cartography in the context of the Spatial Information Infrastructure

  • 12:15–12:30 — Darya Lapo, Ekaterina Chuprikova, Abraham Mejia-Aguilar, Roberto Monsorno and Liqiu Meng

    Semantic-driven Geospatial Data Visualization Approach for an Agricultural Use Case: Apple-growing in South Tyrol, Italy

Session 04 @Boecklsaal

Cartographic Heritage 1

Chair: Kent
  • 11:00–11:15 — Evangelos Livieratos

    Cartographic complexities and geopolitical enigmas: the case of Franz von Weiss’ maps

  • 11:15–11:30 — László Zentai

    Cold War era topographic maps: Soviet influences on Hungarian civil topographic maps

  • 11:30–11:45 — George Lampropoulos, Christina Giannakoula, George Panagiotopoulos, Anna Maria Theocharaki and Leda Costaki

    Karten von Attika: Antiquities and Topography of Attica in the Era of Digital Humanities

  • 11:45–12:00 — Rob O Hara, Richa Marwaha, Jesko Zimmerman, Matthew Saunders and Stuart Green

    Automated extraction of map symbology from nineteenth century topographical maps by convolutional neural networks for understanding long-term changes in the extent and distribution of wetlands

  • 12:00–12:15 — Lena Mirošević and Dubravka Mlinarić

    Symbolism of the Early Modern Nautical Charts of the Adriatic Sea and the Representation of the “Other”

  • 12:15–12:30 — Tomasz Panecki and Tomasz Królik

    Charles Perthées maps of palatinates (1:225,000, 1783-1804): a digital edition

12:30–14:00 — Lunch Break
Session 05 @Festsaal

Thematic Cartography

Chair: DeMaeyer
  • 14:00–14:15 — Mark Wigley

    StoryMaps: Digital Story Telling putting the WHERE centre stage

  • 14:15–14:30 — Edyta Bogucka and Liqiu Meng

    Content analysis of existing design strategies in map-based storytelling

  • 14:30–14:45 — Meghan Kelly, Janice Chen and Luis Felipe Alvarez León

    Digital Storytelling from Above

  • 14:45–15:00 — Anna Markowska and Dariusz Dukaczewski

    Qualitative and quantitative assessment of the correctness of the development of area cartograms

  • 15:00–15:15 — Roland Lukesch and Lukas Nebel

    Developing a tool for assisting non GIS experts in the automated creation of ready-to-print maps

  • 15:15–15:30 — Lily Houtman

    Mapping U.S. Elections: An Empirical Analysis of Design Techniques

Session 06 @Boecklsaal

Location Based Services

Chair: Huang
  • 14:00–14:15 — Héctor Ochoa Ortiz, Georg Gartner and Anita Graser

    Pedestrian routing of periodically changing areas using Volunteered Geographical Information (OpenStreetMap)

  • 14:15–14:30 — Bing Liu and Hanbin Wang

    Information Visualization during Mixed-Reality-based Navigation in Visually Complex Environments

  • 14:30–14:45 — Victor Korir, Axel Forsch, Youness Dehbi and Jan-Henrik Haunert

    Visualizing the Modal Split in Public Transportation Networks

  • 14:45–15:00 — Lydia Youngblood

    Narrating the route: route memorability in navigation instructions augmented with narrative

  • 15:00–15:15 — Ian W. Byrne

    Locator Maps: helping customers find businesses

  • 15:15–15:30 — Mina Karimi, Mohammad Saadi Mesgari, Ross Stuart Purves and Omid Reza Abbasi. 

    Modeling Salient Features as Directions for Place Recommender Systems

15:30–16:00 — Coffee Break
Session 07 @Festsaal


Chair: Wigley
  • 16:00–16:15 — Zhiyong Zhou, Cheng Fu and Robert Weibel

    Building simplification of vector maps using graph convolutional neural networks

  • 16:15–16:30 — Dawid Wojciech

    Methodology of the Cartographic Generalization Process of the Road Network

  • 16:30–16:45 — Ana Oliva Pinilla Pachon, Dirk Burghardt and Marco Schwarzak

    Analysis of a Workflow for the Automated Generalization of Geological Maps

  • 16:45–17:00 — Tomas Straupis

    Optimisation of generalisation re-calculation using partitioning

  • 17:00–17:15 — Quentin Potié, William Mackaness, Guillaume Touya, Chaimaa Beladraoui and Amina El-Moutaouakkil

    Deep learning for anchor detection in multi-scale maps

  • 17:15–17:30 — Ana Violeta Zamora, Trinidad Carrillo and Tirso Velazquez

    Incorporation of automated cartographic generalization in INEGI

Session 08 @Boecklsaal

Atlas Cartography 1

Chair: Schulz
  • 16:00–16:15 — Philippe De Maeyer

    Making-of a new school atlas

  • 16:15–16:30 — Oren Raz

    Bilingual Statistical Historical Atlas of Israel

  • 16:30–16:45 — Markus Breier, Karel Kriz and Alexander Pucher

    Beyond East and West – A Framework for Researching and Communicating Historical Landscapes

  • 16:45–17:00 — Markus Jobst and Georg Gartner

    SDG generation’s atlas: maps expressing a generation’s view on SDG

  • 17:00–17:15 — Vit Vozenilek, Jakub Konicek and Alena Vondrakova

    Improving the concept of dialect maps based on geoinformatization of Czech dialectologic research

  • 17:15–17:30 — Cyryl Konstantinovski Puntos

    Atlas of the Cherven Towns in South-Eastern Poland

Keynote 01 @Festsaal
17:30–18:00 — Chair: Gartner

Lea Bodossian: Maps Matters

18:00–18:15 — Technical Break
Workshop @Festsaal
18:15–19:15 — Sebastian Meier

CartoHack – Cartography beyond the screen

Panel @Boecklsaal
18:15–19:15 — Aileen Buckley

Map Ethics

During all breaks @Hallway

Monday Poster Session

  • Nour Naaouf and István Elek

    GIS-based approach for assessing the Potential Sites of Large-Scale generation of Solar energy: A case study of Al-Hasakeh governorate, Syria

  • Chukwuma Okolie, Jon Mills and Julian Smit

    Fusion of Copernicus and ALOS World 3D DEMs for watershed and stream network delineation

  • Minjun Kim and Jinmu Choi

    A study on the search method for similar typhoons in the past using typhoon path and attributes

  • Damir Ivankovic, Ivan Vučić, Dalibor Jelavić and Anđela Jelinčić

    Risk index of contaminant dispersion in the sea, case study from HarmoNIA project

  • Laleh Moussavi, Aidan Slingsby and Gennady Andrienko

    Impact of Temporally Downsampling Movement Data on Interpretation

  • Anastasios Kesidis, Vassilios Krassanakis, Nikolaos Merlemis and Loukas-Moysis Misthos

    A multipurpose patch creation tool for efficient exploration of digital cartographic products

  • Anja Cenameri and Gáspár Albert

    Comparing Local Climate Zone mapping results of Tirana through different approaches

  • Ganesh Kumar, Nahid Pervez, Quinn Wu and Sharnam Shah

    Exploring Spatial Voronoi Diagrams for Autonomous Vehicle Operation in 3D Road Networks

  • Daniela Valchářová and Jakub Lysák

    Visualization of participatory mapping outcomes: a review of contemporary methods

  • Marc Böhlen, Rajif Iryadi and Jianqiao Liu

    Combining Landsat, Sentinel2 and Planet Lab satellite assets for resource constrained land cover analysis in the tropics

  • David Siriba and Daniel Nyangweso

    History and Potential National and Regional Atlas Issues in East Africa

  • Friedrich Weise, Björn Meißner, Barbara Koch, Christopher Voglstätter, Tom Smolinka and Christopher Hebling

    Spatial Clustering Algorithms to Find the Optimal Spatial Resolution for Modelling of PtX Value Chains

Tuesday, September 20

Session 09 @Festsaal

Atlas Cartography 2

Chair: Jordan
  • 09:00–09:15 — René Sieber and Lorenz Hurni

    Future National Atlases – Strategies for Tearing Down the User’s Firewall

  • 09:15–09:30 — Eric Losang

    National atlases – deconstructing the complex meaning of „national“

  • 09:30–09:45 — Jakob Listabarth and Menno-Jan Kraak

    Workflow explorations for the hybrid ITC atlas

  • 09:45–10:00 — Ivana Crljenko

    Croatian Geographical Atlases since the 1880s

  • 10:00–10:15 — Danai-Maria Kontou

    Arctic Cartographic Uncertainties, a cARTographic Atlas in progress…

  • 10:15–10:30 — Jana Moser, Sofia Gavrilova and Philipp Meyer

    Educational Atlases as Mediators of Spatial Imaginations

Session 10 @Boecklsaal

Multimedia Cartography

Chair: Coetzee
  • 09:00–09:15 — Detlef Günther-Diringer, Konrad Berner and Mathis Braun

    Dynamic VR-application of a historical city train

  • 09:15–09:30 — Mark Vetter and Helge Olberding

    Map Symbol Development for 3D Cartography suitable in VR-Environments

  • 09:30–09:45 — Annika Bonerath, Lukas Temerowski, Sven Gedicke and Jan-Henrik Haunert

    Exploring Spatio-Temporal Event Data on a Smart Watch

  • 09:45–10:00 — Marco Weißmann, Dennis Edler, Julian Keil and Frank Dickmann

    The Development and Simulation of an Urban Traffic System for the Usage in Immersive Virtual Environments

  • 10:00–10:15 — Paweł Cybulski

    Preattentive features of cartographic symbols in animated mapping

  • 10:15–10:30 — Ondřej Kvarda and Zdeněk Stachoň

    Multivariate Mapping techniques and Immersive Virtual Environments

10:30–11:00 — Coffee Break sponsored by Gold Sponsor: Esri
Coffee break Extra @Festsaal
10:45–10:55 — Esri

Sponsor presentation by Esri

Session 11 @Festsaal

Cartographic Education 1

Chair: Zentai
  • 11:00–11:15 — Julia Koschinsky

    Engaging Undergraduates in the Thrill of Scientific Reasoning with Spatial Data

  • 11:15–11:30 — Marketa Beitlova, Stanislav Popelka, Vit Vozenilek, Kamila Facevicova, Barbora Anna Janeckova and Vladimir Matlach

    How Czech Geography Teachers Use School Atlases?

  • 11:30–11:45 — Jiří Šmída

    Map skills as a basis for building digital competencies in geography education under the Czech national curriculum

  • 11:45–12:00 — Moisés Martín Betancor, Fernando Toscano Benítez and Carla Travieso Padrón

    Creating a manipulative game for the learning cartography

  • 12:00–12:15 — Ítalo Sousa de Sena and Zdeněk Stachoň

    Learning geographic concepts through Minecraft

  • 12:15–12:30 — Zulfa Nuraini Afifah and Barend Köbben

    THEMPE: THEmatic Mapping Practice and Explanation, an Open Educational Resource for Teaching Thematic Mapping

Session 12 @Boecklsaal

Cartographic Heritage 2

Chair: Livieratos
  • 11:00–11:15 — Mariam Gambashidze and Jana Moser

    Mapping complex history on the web: is a point-based approach a better way?

  • 11:15–11:30 — Tomáš Janata, Vojtěch Cehák, Jiří Cajthaml and Jiří Krejčí

    From Works of the Cartographic Heritage to the Digital 3D Model and Presentation of the Riverine Landscape

  • 11:30–11:45 — Christine Plumejeaud-Perreau and Silvia Marzagalli

    Mapping the uncertainty of past maritime routes

  • 11:45–12:00 — Giedrė Beconytė and Andrius Balčiūnas

    Map of Mythical Creatures of Africa

  • 12:00–12:15 — Tome Marelić and Julijan Sutlović

    Local Map Scale Exaggerations of Island and Port Representations on Late-Medieval and Early Modern Navigational Charts of the Adriatic Sea

  • 12:15–12:30 — José Jesús Reyes Nunez and Krisztina Irás

    BIO-MAPS: Biographical map library of writers and poets of three European countries

Preisverleihung @Festsaal
12:45–13:30 — Chair: Schiewe

Verleihung des Ravenstein-Preis der DGfK

Lunchtime Extra @Boecklsaal
13:15–14:00 — Chair: Roth

Meet the authors of “Mapping for a sustainable world”

12:30–14:00 — Lunch Break
Session 13 @Festsaal

Perception and Cognition 1

Chair: Meng
  • 14:00–14:15 — Merve Keskin, Mikko Rönneberg and Pyry Kettunen

    Cartographic adaptation through eye tracking and deep learning: Gaze-Aware Interactive Map System (GAIMS)

  • 14:15–14:30 — Tong Qin and Haosheng Huang

    Visual attention and neuro-cognitive processes in map use

  • 14:30–14:45 — Stanislav Popelka, Jaroslav Burian and Marketa Beitlova

    Eye-tracking Assessment of Swipe and Multiple Views

  • 14:45–15:00 — Florian Ledermann

    Minimum Dimensions for Cartographic Point Symbols on Mobile Phone Screens: Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Verification

  • 15:00–15:15 — Fangli Guan, Zhixiang Fang and Haosheng Huang

    A novel framework for modelling people’s perceived scene complexity of navigation environments based on street-level imagery and open geodata

  • 15:15–15:30 — Jessica Hepburn and David Fairbairn

    Applying eye-tracking for interpreting map legend use by professional decision makers

Session 14 @Boecklsaal

Collaborative Mapping

Chair: Robinson
  • 14:00–14:15 — Eva Hauthal, Dirk Burghardt and Sagnik Mukherjee

    The typicality measure as a novel tool for normalising geo-social media data

  • 14:15–14:30 — Marta Rodeschini, Federica Burini and Georg Gartner

    Collaborative mapping to investigate the relationship between places and happiness

  • 14:30–14:45 — Merve Polat Kayali and Ana Basiri

    A Participatory Approach to Develop Missing Geospatial Data Visualisation

  • 14:45–15:00 — Hülya Lasch, Corinna Endreß, Jörg Rainer Noennig and Konstantin Doll

    Visualising the societal acceptance and the planning reality of Urban Air Mobility (UAM): Digital Participation Tool Medifly

  • 15:00–15:15 — Samantha Levi, Eva Hauthal and Sagnik Mukherjee

    Emojis as indicators of spatial-temporal-thematic developments in geo-social media

  • 15:15–15:30 — Jaqueline Pisetta, Vitor Araujo, Thaís Ramos, Silvana Camboim and Andrea Faria Andrade

    Collaborative Development of Symbols for Reference Maps

15:30–16:00 — Coffee Break
Session 15 @Festsaal

Theoretical Cartography

Chair: Kraak
  • 16:00–16:15 — Chelsea Nestel

    Theorizing ‘Really Good Maps’ : Cartography and Aesthetic Philosophy

  • 16:15–16:30 — Angeliki Tsorlini, Chryssoula Boutoura and Evangelos Livieratos

    Bertin’s map reading theory: an enlightening tool for “clearing up” concepts and analysis of old maps content

  • 16:30–16:45 — Marta Kuźma and Francis Harvey

    Learning Cartographic Communication for Digital Humanities

  • 16:45–17:00 — Veronika Flóra Kiss and Zsolt Győző Török

    Developing cartographic literacy: lessons learned from 20th century Hungarian school atlases

Session 16 @Boecklsaal

Visualisation and Design 1

Chair: Mitbo
  • 16:00–16:15 — Georg Weinberger, Johannes Scholz and Eveline Wandl-Vogt

    Towards an intuitive User Interface and Geographic Question Answering for an existing spatial Linked Data Endpoint for Dialect Data

  • 16:15–16:30 — Valerian Lange and Paulo Raposo

    MapColPal – a color palette generation and testing tool for thematic maps

  • 16:30–16:45 — Carolin Rünger, Dirk Burghardt and Mathias Gröbe

    A free collection of adjustable typical German map symbols

  • 16:45–17:00 — Vivien van Dongen

    Establishing a new user centered design for ski touring maps

Young Scientists PhD Research Seminar @Kontaktraum
16:00–18:00 — Edyta Paulina Bogucka, Florian Ledermann, Sebastian Meier, Robert Roth, Katarzyna Słomska-Przech

PhD research workshop (on registration only)

Conference Dinner @Zwölf-Apostelkeller

Conference Dinner at Zwölf-Apostel-Keller, Sonnenfelsgasse 3, 1010 Wien

During all breaks @Hallway

Tuesday Poster Session

  • Halil İbrahim Şenol and Arzu Çöltekin

    Building Footprint Extraction from High Resolution UAV Images Using Deep Learning Algorithms in the Context of Unplanned Urbanisation

  • Camilo Cardona Torres, Albine Chanove and Mathias Gröbe

    Use of infrastructure parameters from OSM data to assess cyclist safety in European cities

  • Jaeseong Ahn, Jinmu Choi and Jisoo Lee

    An Analysis of the Spatial Accessibility of 119 Emergency Services to the Elderly Population Using 2SFCA

  • Malak Alasli

    Addressing Maghrebian place names from a Hungarian perspective

  • Sebastian Specht

    Designing a Cross-Border Health Atlas through Immersion in Health Services Research

  • Pavel Pospíšil

    A comparison of virtual reality locomotion techniques in indoor environments

  • Silvia María González-Collazo, Jesús Balado and Elena González

    Automatic mapping direct sun glares on roads with point clouds. Case study of EP2005, Vigo, Spain

  • Changkyu Lee and Jinmu Choi

    A Study on the Spatiotemporal Informatization of Social Media Data for Obtaining Disaster Status

  • Adam Mertel, Lennart Schüler, Wildan Abdussalam, Weronika Schlechte-Wełnicz and Justin Calabrese

    Wastewater-based epidemiology Dashboard for research of COVID-19 in Saxony

  • Samanta Klusytė

    Cartographic reconstruction of administrative boundaries for the Catholic Church

  • Sara Belotti and Angela Fiore

    Mapping the historical Soundscape. A digital project to enhance the cultural identity of Modena (Italy)

Wednesday, September 21

Session 17 @Festsaal

Cartographic Education 2

Chair: Bleisch
  • 09:00–09:15 — Olesia Ignateva and Menno-Jan Kraak

    Cartographic education development in different schools of thought

  • 09:15–09:30 — Juliane Cron

    The transdisciplinary nature of cartography reflected in diverse research topics of Master theses

  • 09:30–09:45 — Jonathan King

    Enhancing Large Educational Node-Link Concept Map Design for Optimal User Learning

  • 09:45–10:00 — Stephan Wondrak

    Cartography Education in the Swiss Federal Statistical Office

  • 10:00–10:15 — Ayako Kagawa

    Communicating peace operations: the role of peacekeeping deployment maps in a United Nations field mission

  • 10:15–10:30 — Iaroslav Boretskii and Menno-Jan Kraak

    Developing a recommender system for suggesting alternative ways of data visualization for Sustainable Development Goals

Session 18 @Boecklsaal

Cartographic Methods and Applications 1

Chair: Peterson
  • 09:00–09:15 — Mátyás Gede

    Hatch Fill on Webmaps to Do or Not to Do, and How to Do

  • 09:15–09:30 — Benedikt Hajek and Karel Kriz

    Transitional DEM Merging – A semi-automatic approach for creating contour lines derived from merged DEMs of different sources and quality

  • 09:30–09:45 — Johannes Weskamm, Jan Suleiman, Daniel Koch, Kai Volland, Marc Jansen and Christian Mayer

    GeoStyler – Generic Styler for Geodata

  • 09:45–10:00 — Salvatore Morreale, Enrico Eynard and Stefano Bassetti

    Method and tools to create Reference Map

  • 10:00–10:15 — Sebastian Meier

    Semi-Automatic Spatial Classification of Heterogeneous Spatial Open Government Data – Use Case of Germany

  • 10:15–10:30 — Katarzyna Słomska-Przech, Tomasz Panecki and Wojciech Pokojski

    User Study of Heat Maps with Different Levels of Generalisation

10:30–11:00 — Coffee Break
Session 19 @Festsaal

Perception and Cognition 2

Chair: Roth
  • 11:00–11:15 — Annika Korte, Julian Keil and Frank Dickmann

    The impact of map-structuring elements on object location memory error

  • 11:15–11:30 — Athina Pappa and Vassilios Krassanakis

    Examining the preattentive effect on cartographic backgrounds utilizing remote mouse tracking

  • 11:30–11:45 — Ane Bang-Kittilsen and Terje Midtbø

    Visualizing map intuitiveness to support map design

  • 11:45–12:00 — Michael Peterson, Ryan Mellema and Paul Hunt

    Feature and Label Density in Large-Scale Online Maps

  • 12:00–12:15 — Krzysztof Zagata and Tymoteusz Horbiński

    Valheim – Interpretation of Cartographic Symbols on the Map Based on the Characteristics of the Respondents

  • 12:15–12:30 — Guillaume Touya, Samuel Braikeh, Ridley Campbell, Jean-Marie Favreau and Jérémy Kalsron

    A Web GIS to Generate Audio-Tactile Maps for Visually Impaired People

Session 20 @Boecklsaal

Cartographic Methods and Applications 2

Chair: Moser
  • 11:00–11:15 — Sharon Chawanji, Kristin Fleischer and Jörg Ullrich

    Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS)- Risk and Recovery Mapping

  • 11:15–11:30 — Nikolaos Tziokas, Ce Zhang, Garyfallos Chrysovalantis Drolias and Peter M. Atkinson

    Mapping urban night lights at a fine spatial resolution: downscaling VIIRS using geographically weighted area-to-point regression Kriging

  • 11:30–11:45 — Nina Črnigoj and Dušan Petrovič

    Analysis of heights of mountain interesting peaks and other characteristic points in Slovenia

  • 11:45–12:00 — Miljenko Lapaine

    Are there map projections with coincident standard and secant parallels?

  • 12:00–12:15 — Julian Keil, Dennis Edler, Lars Kuchinke and Frank Dickmann

    Visualization of Spatial Uncertainty Improves Map Matching

  • 12:15–12:30 — Fabio Cremaschini, Cristina Monaco and Elisa Ilardi

    Analysis of the effects of the Suez blockade on global containership traffic using AIS data and spatio-temporal data cube.

12:30–14:00 — Lunch Break
Session 21 @Festsaal

Visualisation and Design 2

Chair: Dickmann
  • 14:00–14:15 — Susanne Bleisch

    Employing cartographic principles to improve data graphics

  • 14:15–14:30 — Anthony C. Robinson, Timothy J. Prestby, Dave McLaughlin, Patrick Dudas and Christina Grozinger

    Evaluating User Needs for Geovisualization of Pollinator Health and Ecosystems

  • 14:30–14:45 — Dominik Wieser, Alexander Pucher and Karel Kriz

    The infobox as an elementary component of map-centred online applications—principle, functionality and implementation using the example of

  • 14:45–15:00 — Johannes Moser, Fabian Wenner and Alain L’Hostis

    Visualising Transformations of Geographical Time-Space by Transport Systems. The Case of Germany, 1990-2030.

  • 15:00–15:15 — Eirini Nektaria Konstantinou, Andriani Skopeliti and Byron Nakos

    Analysis of Point Symbols used in Online General Purpose and Tourist Maps

  • 15:15–15:30 — Christophe Lienert, Franziska Angly, Irina Dallo and Michèle Marti

    Improving visualization and functionality of natural hazard warnings on multi-hazard platforms

  • 15:30–15:45 — Ole Wegen, Jürgen Döllner, Ronja Wagner, Daniel Limberger, Rico Richter and Matthias Trapp

    Non-Photorealistic Rendering of Point Clouds for Cartographic Visualization

Session 22 @Boecklsaal

Cartographic Methods and Applications 3

Chair: Jobst
  • 14:00–14:15 — Rostislav Netek, Jakub Konicek, Ondrej Strubl and Vit Vozenilek

    Czech Linguistic Maps – Implementation of Geovisualization Portal

  • 14:15–14:30 — Kostas Gružas and Giedrė Beconytė

    Analysis of spatial distribution of crime of violence in Vilnius City municipality in 2015–2020

  • 14:30–14:45 — Timothy Prestby

    Content Analysis of COVID-19 Cartographic Journalism

  • 14:45–15:00 — Márton Pál and Gáspár Albert

    How to interpret geodiversity as a spatial variable?

  • 15:00–15:15 — Yerkanat Abilpatta, Jan Brus and Vít Voženílek

    Features of Europe’s air transport network formation during 2020 in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

  • 15:15–15:30 — Nikolaos Merlemis, Anastasios Kesidis, Loukas-Moysis Misthos, Evangelini Zekou, Eleni Drakaki and Vassilios Krassanakis

    Quantifying visual heterogeneity of paper maps using diffuse reflectance spectroscopy

  • 15:30–15:45 — Katarzyna Słomska-Przech, Aniela Rząsa and Tomasz Panecki

    Atlas Fontium – examples of the Historical Atlas of Poland 2.0 data use

15:45–16:00 — Technical Break
Keynote 03 @Festsaal
16:00–16:30 — Chair: Gartner

Ken Field: These are my maps. Show me yours.

Closing Ceremony @Festsaal
16:30–17:30 — Chair: Gartner

Closing & Farewell

During all breaks @Hallway

Wednesday Poster Session

  • Edina Hajdú and Márton Pál

    Cartographic and GIS aspects of geosite assessment: a case study in the Gerecse Hills, Hungary

  • Marielle Fraefel, Barbara Schneider and Christoph Düggelin

    Mapping forest road properties: From pen-and-paper to digital data collection in a GIS

  • Tymoteusz Horbiński and Krzysztof Zagata

    League of Legends – Interpretation of Spatial Situations

  • Václav Talhofer and Filip Dohnal

    Changes in the content of topographic maps in relation to their use in the history

  • Roya Habibi and Ali Asghar Alesheikh

    A time-driven symbology for map visualization

  • Sebastian Urbanek

    Development and Use of Virtual Reality in Geovisualisation: An Overview

  • Moises Martin Betancor, Javier Osorio, Alejandro Ruiz-García and Ignacio Nuez

    Comparative study of offshore wind farm areas: The case of the Canary Islands

  • Jakub Konicek and Mariane Félix da Rocha

    Visual comparison of differences in understanding to spatiallly oriented infographics

  • Efthymios Spyridon Georgiou

    Building distance learning for the Geographic Information Systems

  • Daniel Szatmári, Ján Feranec, Monika Kopecká, Róbert Fencík and Tomáš Soukup

    Land cover data provided by the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service as important sources for thematic cartography

  • Radek Barvir

    Graphic map load evaluation of Estonian topographic maps

  • Hatice Atalay and N. Necla Uluğtekin

    Readability Analysis of Covid-19 Maps