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Program and summaries NCG symposium 2019

Date:  21 november 2019
Time: 09:30 - 17:20
Location: TU Twente/ ITC, Hengelosestraat 99, 7514 AE  Enschede
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Op 21 november organiseert het NCG zijn jaarlijkse symposium bij de universiteit Twente. Bijgevoegd vindt u het programma en de samenvattingen van de presentaties die gegeven worden.

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Download bijlagen: Abstracts NCG Symposium 2019

Programma NCG symposium op 21 november 2019 bij de U Twente/ ITC, Hengelosestraat 99, 7514 AE  Enschede:

09:30   Registration and Coffee/tea
10:00   Opening by Prof. Dr. Ir. A.K. Bregt chair of the NCG
10:10   Baarda Lecture by Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. M. Sester of the Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics. 
    Titel of the lecture "Monitoring cities with modern sensors and analysis methods"
11:00   Start of the PhD abstract presentations, part 1
12:20   Lunch
13:30   PhD abstracts part 2
14:50   Coffee/tea break
15:30   PhD abstracts part 3
16:50   Drinks

Presentations of the PhD abstracts

 !!!! The abstracts "Point clouds" in room 2-108 (11:00 - 12:00) are back and forth exchanged to/transfered towards room 2-140 "Geo-ethics / critical data science" (15:50 - 16:50)

    Room 2-108     Point Clouds 
           
11:00   Y. Zang   TU Delft An improved Coherent Point Drift method for TLS point cloud registration of complex scenes
11:20   L.Truong-Hong TU Delft Automatic decomposition of bridge structural compenents from a terretrial laser point cloud
11:40   S.Karam   U Twente Integrating a low-coast MEMS IMU in laser-based SLAM for indoor mobile mapping
           
          Remote Sensing Applications 
12:00   M.Koeva   U Twente Innovative remote sensing applications to support land tenure mapping in Kenya
13:30   S.Lobry   WUR Visual question answering from Remote Sensing Images
13:50   Y.Lyu   U Twente UAVid: A Semantic Segmentation Dataset for UAV Imagery
           
          Modelling
14:10   A.Shnaidman TU Delft LADM refined survey model
14:30   A.Alattas   TU Delft LADM-IndoorGML for exploring user movements in evacuation exercise
15:30   M. Garciaalvarez U Twente A language for the definition and detection of geographic events using sensor networks and event processing
           
          Visualisation 
15:50   D.Peng   TU Delft Finding parallel events of aggrigating land-cover parcels to support smoothe zooming
16:10   I. Dobraja   U Twente Dashboard adaptability in virtual reality (VR) environment illustrated with origin destination data
16:30   M.Wang   U Twente Road network structure and e-hailing accessibility
           
    Room 2-140     Machine Learning for GIS Science 
11:00   Y.Lin   U Twente Efficient Training of Semantic Point Cloud Segmentation via Active Learning
11:20   S.Srivastava WUR Adaptive Compression-based Lifelong Learning
11:40   M.Kuschnerus TU Delft Unsupervised Learning on Time Series from Permanent Laser Scan Data
12:00   G.Fu   U Twente A deep-learning-based approach for fast and robust steel surface defects classification
13:30   C.Valk   NEO Roof change detection with DL using artificial training data for asbestos monitoring
13:50   M.Sales   WUR Better land cover class area estimates using Random Forest’s class probabilities: a case study using a big dataset in the Amazon.
14:10   Z.Yang   U Twente The classification of ALS point clouds with the use of a 2D vector data map
           
          GNSS /SAR
14:30   H.Dun   TU Delft Precise ranging using sparse multiband radio signals
14:50 !!! F.Mirmohamadian TU Delft Generate virtual observations applying geometriccorrections to the IGS stations
15:30   M. Manne TU Delft Phase inconsitencies in SAR interferometric triplets
           
          Geo Ethics / critical data science
15:50   Y.Georgiadou U Twente Space for ethics I
16:10   O.Kounadi U Twente Space for ethics: A course curriculum to examine, analyze, and protect Geoinformation Disclosure
16:30   C.Gevaert U Twente Space for ethics: Towards the development of Fair, Accountable, and Transparent algorithms for Remote Sensing
           
    Room 2-142     3D Dimension
11:00   K. Zhou   TU Delft LiDAR-guided Edge-aware Dense Matching on Multi-view Images for Creating a Up-to-date 3D City Model
11:20   H.Liu   TU Delft Realistic 3D/4D perspective view selection on massive points
11:40   W.Gao   TU Delft 3D mesh annotat ion : Towards large scale semantic 3D urban mesh benchmark
12:00   E.Kalogianni TU Delft 3D Cadastre within objects' spatial development lifecycle
           
          Crowd, citizen, Assessment
13:30   A.Levering WUR Lessons Learned from Using Geotagged, Crowdsourced Image Data for Detecting Road Accidents
13:50   F.Hoefsloot U Twente Space for ethics: Making consumer-citizens: the datafication of Lima’s water infrastructure
14:10   W.Supinajaroen TU Delft Building an Assessment Framework for Continuously Operating Reference Station Implementation
14:30   M.Kuffer   U Twente People–Pixels–Privacy: Can gridded datasets protect the privacy of inhabitants in deprived areas? 
           
          Monitoring change
15:30   H.Velsink   H Utrecht Deformation analysis with a hypothesis constrained multi-epoch analysis
15:50   A.Kulshrestha U Twente On the detectability of subsidence patterns over simulated sinkholes using time series INSAR techniques
16:10   R.Toodesh TU Delft Functional model selection for predicting the changes in seaflor depths
16:30   M. Kleinherenbrink TU Delft The performance of Harmony's sea-ice drift observations

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