Big Data and Geoanalytics

Type: Paper
Theme: Geography, GIScience and Health: Building an International Geospatial Health Research Network (IGHRN)
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Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 9:55 AM / 11:35 AM
Room: Tyler, Marriott, Mezzanine Level
Organizers: Sudarshana Bordoloi
Chairs: Rama Mohapatra

Call for Submissions

In recent times, the volume of digital geographical data is increasing exponentially. This increase in availability of data is due to progress in the field of geospatial science, numerous space and ground based sensors, and many other types of survey methods. While digital maps and related technologies are now part of our daily lives, geoanalytics could assist us in dealing with many societal challenges.

We invite students(undergraduate and graduate) and colleagues in the early stages of their career to participate in this session that focuses on but not limited to geovisualization, geocomputation, spatial analysis, spatiotemporal analysis, geomodeling and simulation of big data.

Please send titles and abstracts (max 250 words) to Sudarshana Bordoloi (sudarshana.bordoloi@mnsu.edu) and Rama Mohapatra (rama.mohapatra@mnsu.edu) by October 28th. We will respond by October 31st.


Description

In recent times, the volume of digital geographical data is increasing exponentially. This increase in availability of data is due to progress in the field of geospatial science, numerous space and ground based sensors, and many other types of survey methods. While digital maps and related technologies are now part of our daily lives, geoanalytics could assist us in dealing with many societal challenges.

We invite students(undergraduate and graduate) and colleagues in the early stages of their career to participate in this session that focuses on but not limited to geovisualization, geocomputation, spatial analysis, spatiotemporal analysis, geomodeling and simulation of big data.

Please send titles and abstracts (max 250 words) to Sudarshana Bordoloi (sudarshana.bordoloi@mnsu.edu) and Rama Mohapatra (rama.mohapatra@mnsu.edu) by October 28th. We will respond by October 31st.


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter George Willis*, University of Birmingham, Emmanouil Tranos, University of Birmingham, Using 'big data' to investigate the impacts of Uber on Yellow Taxis in New York 20 9:55 AM
Presenter YANG ZHONG*, Claremont Graduate University, Shaohua Wang, Arizona State University, Erqi Wang, SuperMap Software Co., Ltd, Hao Lu, SuperMap Software Co., Ltd, Shaojie Li, SuperMap Software Co., Ltd, Liang Long, SuperMap Software Co., Ltd, A Cloud Native GIS Architecture for Spatiotemporal Big Data Analytics 20 10:15 AM
Presenter Daniel Cassiday*, , GeoAnalytics Server for Fire Visualization and Analysis 20 10:35 AM
Presenter Yaling YE*, Peking University, Wensheng LIN, Peking University, Zhenfa LI, Peking University, Canfei HE, Peking University, Space-Time Pattern Evolution of Interurban Capital Flow Network in China: From the Perspective of Investment and Financing Network 20 10:55 AM
Presenter Zhenzhu Cao*, , Construction and application of ecological civilization evaluation index system under big data ——A case study of Yangtze River Economic Belt 20 11:15 AM

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