The research group cartography is co-organizing the workshop “CODE/GEO/GRAPHIC” on the relationship of programming and cartography in Berlin on April 19, 2018.
In the workshop, we want to take a closer look at pieces of code used in cartographic projects. Participants are invited to present their experiences with programming for cartography and engage in an open discussion to identify research questions in an “unconference” format.
The workshop will take place on April 19, 2018 at Technologiestiftung Berlin. Registration as a presenter or participant is still open, and free!
On November 11, two students presented their bachelor theses: Mariela Nazlamova presented her work “Open Government Data in Austria. Analyzing the Potential of Cartographic Visualization of Spatial Administration Data” (supervised by Gartner and Ledermann), and Christopher Kmen presented his work on replicating the basemap.at map style for OSM data.
For Mariela, this was the last step in completing her studies at TU Wien – congratulations and best wishes for your future career!
The project needs to be completed until mid-December and would be paid through a freelance consulting contract (“Werkvertrag”). There is a budget of ≈EUR 4.000 for an estimated workload of about a month (full-time), and a lot of room for bringing your personal interests and ideas to the project. If the project is successful, a longer-term employment in the course of 2017 may be possible.
Please not that this job requires basic knowledge of the German language in order to be able to follow discussions in meetings and working with the content! The nature of the project also requires you to be present in Vienna.
If you are interested, please send your CV and links to previous works and/or code by email to firstname.lastname@example.org until October 9 2016. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly.
- Good Knowledge of HTML/CSS
- Experience with D3.js
- Basic Knowledge of SVG
- Git/Github Basic Knowledge
- An interest in “data driven journalism” and interactive maps
- Feeling comfortable discussing issues of gender equality and feminism
- Basic German skills!
- Experience with Node.js and static site generators
- Academic experience or interest
On September 9, Sigita Grīnfelde, student of the International Master in Cartography, presented her Master Thesis „Motorway network depiction from OpenStreetMap data in accordance with cartographic demands“. We congratulate Sigita and wish her all the best for her future career!