2nd Schematic Mapping Workshop

DATE:Thursday, April 11, 2019 – Friday, April 12, 2019
VENUE:Kontaktraum, TU Wien

The 2nd Schematic Mapping Workshop will be held April 11–12, 2019 at TU Wien, Vienna, Austria after its successful first edition in 2014 at the University of Essex, UK. The workshop is organized by the Algorithms and Complexity Group at the Institute for Logic and Computation at TU Wien, under the baton of Martin Nöllenburg. The workshop brings together researchers and practitioners working on various aspects of schematic maps, including cartographers, computer scientists, graphic designers, psychologists, and transport professionals. The workshop is supported by the Research group Cartography at the Department for Geodesy and Geoinformation, Wiener Linien and the Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms at TU Wien.

Credit: City of Vienna

 

Logo based on the Vienna subway map.

Program

The two-day workshop program will feature presentations of contributed original research papers as well as a number of invited position papers surveying the state of the art on various aspects of schematic mapping. We will further host an exhibition of posters summarizing ongoing research projects as well as new designs of schematic maps.

The detailed program will be announced in the Spring of 2019.

Workshop Co-Chairs

Program Committee

  • Linden Ball, University of Central Lancashire, UK
  • David Forrest, University of Glasgow, UK
  • Elise Grison, Research & Innovation SNCF & Société du Grand Paris, FR
  • Zhan Guo, New York University, USA
  • Bernhard Jenny, Monash University, AU
  • Alexander Klippel, Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • Menno-Jan Kraak, University of Twente, NL
  • Wouter Meulemans, TU Eindhoven, NL
  • Daniel R. Montello, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
  • Sheila Pontis, Princeton University, USA and Sense Information Design
  • Angela Schwering, WWU Münster, DE
  • Alexander Wolff, University of Würzburg, DE

Local Organization

  • Fabian Klute, TU Wien
  • Karin Prater, TU Wien

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