Über vier Jahre hat kollektiv orangotango sogenannte counter-cartographies – widerständige Kartierungen – aus der ganzen Welt zusammengetragen. Die Sammlung zeigt, wie kritische Karten gemacht und genutzt werden – als Teil von politischen Kämpfen, kritischer Wissenschaft, Kunst und Bildungsarbeit. Der kürzlich im Transcript-Verlag erschienene Atlas enthält auch einen Beitrag von Florian Ledermann zu einer Karte aus dem genderATlas.Continue reading “This Is Not an Atlas ‒ eine globale Sammlung widerständiger Karten”
We are proud to announce that PhD candidate and lecturer Florian Ledermann has won the award for “Best Student Paper” at this year’s GI_Forum conference in Salzburg, Austria. The jury unanimously voted for his paper “Analysing Digital Maps Online: A Reverse Engineering Approach” and praised the author’s accomplishment of making the complex workings of online maps transparent to a wide audience. A preprint of the paper, which will appear in print later this year in the GI_Forum journal, is available here.
Irene Fellner’s Master Thesis on landmark-based route instructions for indoor navigation was successfully published in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 2017, 6, 183.
View the full paper here!
The book was published in the “Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography” Series by Springer. It contains selected papers of the “8th International Symposiums on Location-Based Services”, which was organized by Research Group Cartography in November 2011.
The book is part of the series “Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography” published by Springer. It contains selected papers of the symposium “Cartography in Central and Eastern Europe 2009” which was organized by Research Group Cartography together with the International Cartographic Association in February 2009.
The book is part of the series “Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography” published by Springer. It contains selected papers of the symposium “Cartography and Art – Art and Cartography” which was organized by Research Group Cartography together with Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in February 2008.
Our Ph.D. student and colleague Markus Jobst won the Best Paper Award at AGILE 2008, together with Haik Lorenz, Matthias Trapp, and Jürgen Döllner for their paper Interactive Multi-Perspective Views of Virtual 3D Landscape and City Models.
Research Group Cartography congratulates!