Symposium on Human Dynamics Research in the Age of Smart/Intelligent Systems: Smart Cities and Urban Computing IV

Type: Paper
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Cartography Specialty Group, Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group, Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group
Poster #:
Day: 4/4/2019
Start / End Time: 3:05 PM / 4:45 PM
Room: Congressional B, Omni, West
Organizers: Xinyue Ye, Shaowen Wang, Bandana Kar
Chairs: Zhenlong LI

Call for Submissions

The dynamics of coupled environmental and human systems, and their complexities and connectivity across space and time poses daunting challenges to effective solutions to a variety of urban development and sustainable issues. However, the advancements in Internet of Things and connected devices, have opened up frontiers for data-driven urban computing and analytics to understand the dynamics of these systems and their interactions in real-time. Analytical advancements have also enabled rigorous analysis of big data available from sensors and citizens to develop effective and timely solutions to challenging urban problems and for policy interventions. This session invites research that sheds light on the opportunities, challenges and solutions of using big data, CyberGIS and spatial data science for urban computing and smart cities. Specifically, theoretical, methodological, and empirical research focusing on social and urban big data with fine spatial, temporal, and thematic resolutions are welcome. Possible topics may include but are not limited to:
Multi-scale modeling of human mobility
Urban disaster and emergency
Indoors GIS and smart buildings
CyberGIS analytics for urban big data
Spatial theories of smart cities
Urban safety, security, and privacy
Transportation and mobility data analysis
Urban data fusion
Urban data mining

You will submit your participation/registration fee and abstracts online through AAG's website (www.aag.org). We would appreciate it if you can send us the abstract at your earliest time, and send your PIN before Saturday, October 20, 2018 which will give us time to register the sessions. Please send your info to the following co-organizers:
Xinyue Ye, College of Computing, New Jersey Institute of Technology (xye@njit.edu)
Bandana Kar, Urban Dynamics Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (karb@ornl.gov)
Shaowen Wang, Department of Geography & Geographic Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (shaowen@illinois.edu)
Zhenlong Li, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina (zhenlong@sc.edu)


Description

The dynamics of coupled environmental and human systems, and their complexities and connectivity across space and time poses daunting challenges to effective solutions to a variety of urban development and sustainable issues. However, the advancements in Internet of Things and connected devices, have opened up frontiers for data-driven urban computing and analytics to understand the dynamics of these systems and their interactions in real-time. Analytical advancements have also enabled rigorous analysis of big data available from sensors and citizens to develop effective and timely solutions to challenging urban problems and for policy interventions. This session invites research that sheds light on the opportunities, challenges and solutions of using big data, CyberGIS and spatial data science for urban computing and smart cities. Specifically, theoretical, methodological, and empirical research focusing on social and urban big data with fine spatial, temporal, and thematic resolutions are welcome. Possible topics may include but are not limited to:
Multi-scale modeling of human mobility
Urban disaster and emergency
Indoors GIS and smart buildings
CyberGIS analytics for urban big data
Spatial theories of smart cities
Urban safety, security, and privacy
Transportation and mobility data analysis
Urban data fusion
Urban data mining

You will submit your participation/registration fee and abstracts online through AAG's website (www.aag.org). We would appreciate it if you can send us the abstract at your earliest time, and send your PIN before Saturday, October 20, 2018 which will give us time to register the sessions. Please send your info to the following co-organizers:
Xinyue Ye, College of Computing, New Jersey Institute of Technology (xye@njit.edu)
Bandana Kar, Urban Dynamics Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (karb@ornl.gov)
Shaowen Wang, Department of Geography & Geographic Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (shaowen@illinois.edu)
Zhenlong Li, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina (zhenlong@sc.edu)


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Edward Helderop*, , Anthony Grubesic, Arizona State University, A Novel Approach to Network Criticality: Incorporating Ambient Urban Structure 20 3:05 PM
Presenter Xiaoyue Tan*, , Jin Chen, Beijing Normal University, Qiang Li, Beijing Normal University, Convergence and divergence pattern and influencing factors of free-floating bike share around subway stations in Beijing 20 3:25 PM
Presenter Hyunmin Zoh*, Seoul National University, Exploring the spatio-temporal factors affecting public bike-sharing usage in Seoul 20 3:45 PM
Presenter Xiaoguang Wang*, Central Michigan University, De Tong, School of Urban Planning and Design, Peking University, Shenzhen, China, Yu Zhang, School of Urban Planning and Design, Peking University, Shenzhen, China, Are Migrant Workers Disadvantaged in Job Accessibility? An Analysis Based on Cellular Data in Shenzhen, China 20 4:05 PM
Presenter Gregory Carlton*, Western Michigan University, Promoting Bicycle Commuting by Enhancing Parking Infrastructure: A Case Study of Western Michigan University 20 4:25 PM

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