Presentations

January 2018

Mapping Movement Interaction of Tigers, Predator-Prey Interactions: Mechanisms and Outcomes of Predator-Prey Interactions: Scaling Across Space and Time, Gordon Research Conference 2018, Ventura, CA. (poster presentation)

November 2017

Contextualizing Movement: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Analytics and Modeling of Moving Phenomena. Computer Science Colloquium Series, 27 November 2017, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Modeling movement in context: going beyond trajectory points. 2017 UMN Spatial Forum, 15 November 2017, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

May 2017

Keynote on Contextualizing movement: from measurement to modeling. NSF Mobility workshop on Analyzing Movement and Mobility Within Geographic Context, The Ohio State University, 11 May 2017, Columbus, Ohio.

April 2017

Analysis of Movement Data. AAG 2017 International Journal of Geographic Information Science Special Issues Panel, 8 April 2017. Boston, MA, USA.

September 2016

Context-sensitive spatiotemporal simulation model for movement. The Ninth International Conference on Geographic Information Science. 29 September 2016. Montreal, Canada.

March-April 2016

The continuum of movement research: from observations to modeling dynamic processes. AAG 2016 Symposium on Human Dynamics Research: Space-Time Analytics (Themes and Applications). 30 March 2016. San Francisco, CA, USA.

Discussion: modelling dynamics. AAG 2016 Symposium on Human Dynamics Research: Modeling Human Dynamics. 1 April 2016. San Francisco, CA, USA.

January 2016

DYNAMO: Dynamic Visualization of Animal Movement and the Environment. Dagstuhl Seminar 16022: Geometric and Graph-based Approaches to Collective Motion, 14 January 2016, Dagstuhl Schloss. Germany.

Annotation and visualization of animal movement with environmental variables. Tiger Conservation and Vertebrate Field Methods, offered by the University of Minnesota, Khao Nang Rum Wildlife Research Center, 4 January 2016, Thailand. [pdf]

June 2015

From Observation to Prediction: The Trajectory of Movement Research in GIScience. Advancing Geographic Information Science: The Past and Next Twenty Years. Twenty-Year Anniversary of the International Early Career Scholars Institutes in GIScience – 2015 Vespucci Institute. 30 June 2015, Bar Harbor, Maine, USA. [pdf]

April 2015

Including Spatiotemporal Context in the Visualization and Analysis of Dynamic Processes. The AAG 2015 Annual Meeting. 22 April 2015. Chicago, IL. [pdf]