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Geographisches Institut
Im Neuenheimer Feld 368
69120 Heidelberg
 
 
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Bettina Knorr
Im Neuenheimer Feld 368
69120 Heidelberg
 
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knorr@uni-heidelberg.de
Tel: +49 (0) 6221 54-5560
Fax: +49 (0) 6221 54-4529
 
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Mo–Do, 9:00–12:00 Uhr
 
Institutionelle Zugehörigkeiten
HCE – Heidelberg Center for the Environment

IWR – Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing
 
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Humanitarian
OpenStreetMap
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Professur für Geoinformatik / GIScience (GIS)

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Die Abteilung Geoinformatik betreibt Grundlagenforschung und angewandte Forschung im Bereich GIScience und Geoinformatik. Dabei liegt ein Fokus auf der Untersuchung nutzergenerierter Geoinformationen (VGI, Crowdsourcing, Citizen Science). Zu diesem Zweck entwickeln wir innovative Methoden und Analyseverfahren u.a. in den Bereichen Humanitäre Hilfe (Katastrophenmanagement), Smart Mobility und Big Spatial Data Analytics (VGI Datenqualität etc.). Das „Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology“ (HeiGIT gGmbH), An-Institut an der Universität Heidelberg, erlaubt uns dabei, die in der Forschung erlangten Erkenntnisse in praktische Lösungsansätze umzusetzen. Zudem unterstützen wir die Lehre in unseren Geographie-Studiengängen in Form eines breiten Kursangebotes - im Master Geographie ist dabei die Wahl eines ausgewiesenen Schwerpunktes "Geoinformatik" möglich.

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Aktuelle Nachrichten

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30.09.2022 13:57
New paper: Capturing complex star dune dynamics – repeated highly accurate surveys combining multitemporal 3D topographic measurements and local wind data

Morphologies of highly complex star dunes are the result of aeolian dynamics in past and present times. These dynamics reflect climatic conditions and associated forces like sediment availability and vegetation cover, as well as feedbacks with adjacent environments. However, an understanding of aeolian dynamics on star dune morphometries is still lacking sufficient detail, and [...]

22.09.2022 15:20
ohsomeHeX with Quality indication from OQT

The HeiGIT team had a great time at the State of the Map 2022 in Florence. Many thanks to the participants for the fruitful discussions at our workshop! Despite the direct use of OSM as a map, more and more organizations use OSM as a source of data for activities, services, or applications. “How good is OSM [...]

16.09.2022 13:47
Human-in-the-loop development of spatially adaptive ground point filtering pipelines — An archaeological case study

LiDAR data have become indispensable for research in archaeology and a variety of other topographic applications. To derive products (e.g. digital terrain or feature models, individual trees, buildings), the 3D LiDAR points representing the desired objects of interest within the acquired and georeferenced point cloud need to be identified. This process is known as [...]

09.09.2022 15:02
Open Healthcare Access Map Update and HDX

Last year we started the Open Healthcare Access Map.  Initially, only a few countries and later on continents were featured. Today, we are pleased to announce that we are releasing a number of previously missing countries, achieving global coverage. The Open Healthcare Access Map uses healthcare facilities extracted from OpenStreetMap, the isochrone method [...]

07.09.2022 16:36
Integrating Bird Observations from Community Projects and Social Media

Environmental developments create an ever increasing need for monitoring and protection measures. These efforts are often based on digital or technical solutions like data analyses or modelling. Yet, in order to enable effective, reliable and large scale environmental monitoring and protection techniques, large information volumes are required. In a recently published paper, we analyse different integration [...]

06.09.2022 16:18
Aktivierung des Disaster openrouteservice für Überschwemmungen in Pakistan

In den vergangenen Wochen hat die Monsunflut in Pakistan über 1.000 Tote gefordert und Millionen Menschen ohne Dach über dem Kopf hinterlassen. Da Berichte und Fotos von rapide steigenden Lebensmittelpreisen, Bewohnern, die durch schultertiefes Wasser waten und Satellitenbilder von überfluteten Flüssen das Ausmaß dieser Katastrophe unterstreichen, hat das HeiGIT den Disaster openrouteservice für diese [...]

05.09.2022 16:54
Disaster openrouteservice response to Pakistan flooding

Over the past weeks, monsoon flooding in Pakistan has left over 1,000 dead and millions without homes. As reports and photos of skyrocketing food prices, residents wading through shoulder-deep water, and satellite images of flooded rivers highlight the magnitude of this catastrophe, HeiGIT has created an activation of the Disaster openrouteservice for that region. Currently, data [...]

05.09.2022 16:21
New feature addition to Ohsome Quality analysT: Building Completeness Indicator

Introduction Since the release of the ohsome quality analyst (short OQT) in February of last year, we have been working on developing an accessible yet powerful toolkit which provides end users insights on the quality of OpenStreetMap (OSM) data. An overview of the functionality additions made to OQT over this period of time can be found in [...]

04.09.2022 15:30
Gefahrenstellen.de Uses ORS for a Safer Route to School

Creating tools to map and navigate the urban (and not-so-urban) jungle has been a specialty of the HeiGIT and GIScience teams since their founding. We’ve plotted our way to the closest park through meinGrün, fostered awareness of barriers for limited-mobility travelers with CAP4Access, and helped find shortcuts through the unprecedented heat with HEAL. The latest [...]

02.09.2022 17:04
GIScience and HeiGIT at SotM 2022

We are happy to announce that, this year, GIScience and HeiGIT has had four contributions to the FOSS-Community “conferencathon” in Florence. As QGIS-Meeting, State of the Map, HOT unSummit and FOSS4G all took place consecutively, the schedule was shaping up to be extremely packed. We’d like to highlight some specific events and topics that [...]

GIScience Teamfotos
GIScience Team

GIScience-Team (Aufnahme nach einem Jour-Fixe-Meeting in 2017)

GIScience Team

GIScience-Team (Aufnahme nach einem Jour-Fixe-Meeting in 2014)

GIScience Team

GIScience-Team bei einem Retreat in Trifels-Annweiler im Februar 2013

GIScience Team

GIScience-Team (Aufnahme nach einem Jour-Fixe-Meeting in 2012)

In Memoriam Peter Meusburger
Peter Meusburger

Am 18. Dezember 2017 starb viel zu früh Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. Peter Meusburger. Wir trauern um einen großen Wissenschaftler, Lehrer und geschätzten Kollegen. Mitte der 90er etablierte er den ersten GIS-Pool an der Universität Heidelberg und startete GIS-bezogene Forschungsaktivitäten. Wir werden Ihn nicht vergessen. (Trauermeldung der Universität)

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