Ph.D. defense of Haosheng Huang

Prof. Pfeifer, Prof. Raubal, Dr. Huang, Prof. Gartner
Prof. Pfeifer, Prof. Raubal, Dr. Huang, Prof. Gartner
 
 

Today, our colleague Haosheng Huang successfully defended his PhD research on the topic of

Learning from Location Histories for Location Recommendations in LBS.

His supervisors were Prof. Martin Raubal from ETH Zurich and Prof. Gartner from our Research Group Cartography. Prof. Pfeifer chaired the examination committee.

Congratulations, Dr. Huang!

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Participate in a survey with the chance to win!

Photo by darkweasel94 at Wikimedia Commons.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.

Interested? Please participate at https://cartography.tuwien.ac.at/limesurvey/index.php/123134/lang-de. Thank you!

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Take our survey and get the chance to win Amazon vouchers

Dear visitors and colleagues,

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!

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Get the EmoApp!

emoapp_screenEmoApp (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.

If you have any questions or problems, please contact us at info@openemotionmap.org.

Thank you for your participation.

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Testpersonen gesucht

Im Rahmen eines Forschungsprojektes testet die Forschungsgruppe Kartographie der TU Wien eine neue mobile Applikation. Die Testungen werden vom 30. 01. bis 07. 02. 2012 in TU-Nähe durchgeführt. Die Testdauer beträgt ca. 1½ Stunden und umfasst die Outdoor-Testung der mobilen Applikation. Die TeilnehmerInnen werden gebeten, die mobile Applikation zu verwenden und Feedback darüber zu geben, sowie abschließend Interviewfragen zur Applikation zu beantworten.

Erfahrung oder Interesse im Umgang mit Smartphones (bevorzugt Android) sind erwünscht.

Als Aufwandsentschädigungen erhält jedeR TeilnehmerIn einen Büchergutschein im Wert von 15 Euro.

Zur Anmeldung und Terminvereinbarung kontaktieren Sie bitte:

Silvia Klettner
+43 1 58801/12617 (erreichbar Mo–Fr, 10–17 Uhr)
silvia.klettner@tuwien.ac.at

Vielen Dank!

Book on Advances in LBS

advances_in_lbs_coverThe 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.

More info:
Symposium website
Springer’s flyer for this book [PDF]
Springer’s website for this book
Look inside at Google Book Search

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