GIScience 2021 Workshop on
Advancing Movement Data Science (AMD’21)
27 September 2021, Virtual workshop
We are pleased to announce the list of accepted papers to be presented at the GIScience AMD 2021 workshop:
Accepted short research papers:
- Tracks vs. Counters: Towards a Systematic Analysis of Spatiotemporal Factors Influencing Correlation by Anita Graser, Petra Stutz and Martin Loidl.
- MagGeo – A data fusion tool to link Earth’s magnetic data from Swarm Mission to GPS trajectories by Fernando Benitez-Paez, Vanessa Brum-Bastos, Ciarán D Beggan, Jed A Long and Urška Demšar.
- Predicting ‘cold start’ spatial interaction demand in a dock-based bike-sharing system by Zheng Liu and Taylor Oshan.
- Exploring the spatiotemporal heterogeneity in the relationship between human mobility and COVID-19 prevalence using dynamic time warping by Hoeyun Kwon, Kaitlyn Hom, Mark Rifkin, Beichen Tian and Caglar Koylu.
- A Hybrid Model for Trajectory Prediction of Tropical Storms Using Movement Parameter and Context Information by Sahar Farmanifard, Ali Asghar Alesheikh, Mohammad Sharif and Danial Alizadeh.
- Dimensions of GPS-derived Daily Mobility in Older Adults by Eun-Kyeong Kim, Michelle Fillekes, Christina Röcke and Robert Weibel.
- Human mobility in Auckland, New Zealand during COVID-19 lockdowns by Rachel Victoria Lawson, Katarzyna Sila-Nowicka and Daniel Exeter.
- Can human mobility metrics tell us something about animal behavior? by Marcelina Łoś, Katarzyna Siła-Nowicka, Kamil Smolak and Witold Rohm.
- In a search for silver bullet in anonymisation methods by Kamil Smolak, Katarzyna Sila-Nowicka and Witold Rohm.
- Sustainable Urban Mobility in the Post-Pandemic Era (position paper) by Christos Theodoridis and Yannis Theodoridis
- Integrated Science of Movement: How to establish an interdisciplinary collaboration (A position paper) by Urška Demšar.