Unfortunately, Corné van Elzakker from ITC Enschede, who was as an external supervisor for Jan’s thesis could not attend the presentation. We would like to thank him for his excellent support and are looking forward to future cooperation!
One of our master students is working on his thesis about public transportation in Vienna. He has set up an online survey that will take no longer than 10 minutes and is available in both German and English. Participants have the chance to win one of five Amazon vouchers valid for 20 Euros each.
Research Group Cartography is currently conducting a study on experiences and attitudes towards route choices in urban environments: http://bit.ly/13FX4fH. Completing the whole survey will take you about 10 to 12 minutes only.
All participants have the chance to win one of five 20 € Amazon or Thalia vouchers. Of course we will handle your personal data confidentially, and will not pass them to any third party.
Please feel free to forward the questionnaire to friends and colleagues.
Thank you for participating, we appreciate your help!
Silvia Klettner & Haosheng Huang
Update, March 26: Our survey is closed now. The five winners have been contacted. Thank you very much for your participation!
EmoApp (Beta) for Android smartphones and tablet PCs is a on-site tool for reporting your subjective evaluation of the environment. It is part of the BMVIT funded research project EmoMap, which aims at collecting “subjective/emotional” ratings towards the environment. More information about the project can be found at openemotionmap.org.You can download the EmoApp at openemotionmap.org.
The Austrian national TV station ORFeins covered the topic of cartography in the show Newton (Saturday, 17 March 2012, 18:25, ORFeins) and also reported on our research project EmoMap (more details: www.openemotionmap.org).
You can watch the show (in German) for one week in ORF’s TVthek.