Cyber- infrastructure: Innovations, Practices, and Beyond

Type: Poster
Sponsor Groups: Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group
Poster #:
Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM (Eastern Standard Time)
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: Minrui Zheng, Dandong Yin


In the era of Big Data, Cyberinfrastructure becomes increasingly important in supporting advanced research and applications. We welcome submissions on the innovations, practices and other related topics in the field of Cyber-infrastructure.

Topics may include, but not limited to:
- High performance computing for GIS models and geocomputation
- Cloud computing and Grid computing for GIS
- Geospatial Web and geospatial cyberinfrastructure
- Web services and web service chains for GIScience
- CyberGIS frameworks and applications
- Education and CyberGIS
- Challenges in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence


ID Title Participant
000 Correcting Bias in Crowdsourced Data to Map Bicycle Ridership of All Bicyclists Avipsa Roy
001 Creating an Operations Dashboard for Smart City Management of Emergency Services in Grand Forks, North Dakota Kelli Fika
University of North Dakota
002 Development and Evaluation of HealthWebMapper: A Web-based User-friendly Geovisualization Tool for Cancer Disparities HAIHONG HUANG
San Diego State University
003 Web Application to Report Future Drought Streamflow Probabilities Chintamani Kandel
004 Towards knowledge-based geospatial data integration and visualization: a case study of visualizing bicycling level-of-traffic-stress Weiming Huang
Lund University
005 Distributed Geoscience Model Integration Based on Open Geospatial Webservice Specifications Xicheng Tan
Wuhan University
006 Development of Google Earth Engine-based Cyberinfrastructure to Support In-season Crop Mapping and Analysis Chen Zhang
George Mason University
007 Georgia Coast Atlas Michael Page
Emory University
008 A Web-based Visualization Tool for Gunshots Data in Washington D.C. 2014-2017 Haoteng Zhao
George Mason University
009 Development of a Web-based Geographic Information System to Support Project Review and Resource Management within the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River Corridor Kristin Thorpe
Shippensburg University
010 From paper to the net: New technologies for publishing maps as web applications Marcelo Rosensaft
Geological Survey of Israel
011 Understanding human behavior from aggregated smartphone signals and land use information Ta-Chien Chan
Academia Sinica
012 Feature Extraction and Classification of Single-Sensor LiDAR Data Using Machine Learning Nathan McKinney
GIS Manager University of Tennessee - Geography Dept
013 Machine Learning and Spatial analysis Methods of Pitcher’s Pitching Strategy YEN-HUI TSAI
014 Modeling Aedes Albopictus Distribution Using A Maximum Entropy Approach With Mixed Natural And Social Datasets Susan Lyon
United States Army Engineer Research & Development Center
015 Representation learning from geospatial data Antoine Nzeyimana
University of Oregon
016 Towards real-time influenza surveillance: exploiting twitter data Tian Wen
017 Mapping Historic Land Use Features in the northeast US using Deep Learning Convolutional Neural Networks and LIDAR data Eli Egan-Anderson
University of Connecticut
018 Predicting vegetative drought using deep learning neural networks Shaobo Zhong
Tsinghua University
019 A Random Forest approach for predicting temporal-spatial exposures of fine particulate matter with calibrated low-cost sensor networks and GIS predictors. Philip Orlando
020 The Data Accuracy Calibration of Fine Particulate Matter – A Case Study of Airboxes in Taipei Jia-Huei Chen
021 Digitalizing the Frontiers of Oil & Gas Eduardo Nunez
Mater Dei Catholic High School

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