Wednesday, December 15  
The School Of Humanities, University Of Florence  
Room A101
T01-1. Art in Cartography
Chair Sandra Ignagni
The Atlas as (Exhibition) Space. Herbert Bayer: World Geographic Atlas, 1953. Magdalena Becker
Across Edges: Art to Cartography; One Landscape to the Next Darren Sears
Direct manipulations of cartographic space for expressive cartographies Nick Lally
Mapping the skin and the guts of stories: a dialogue between conventional and alternative cartographies  Sébastien Caquard(1), Élise Olmedo
Mapping Tokyo Olympics 3.0: Archaeologies of the Future Sharon Hayashi(1), Elina Lex
An individual journey within platial environments of flows Aleksandra Stanczak(1), Antoni Moore
Room A103
T02-1. Atlases
Chair Edoardo Boria
Cartography in the Social Media Era: a New Balance and Synthesis Fraser, D R Taylor(1), Romola Thumbadoo, Alexander Wolodtschenko, Ilya Zaslavsky
Storytelling in Interactive Atlases – Following the Intrinsic Map-Centered Approach René Sieber
Creating an Atlas of the Anthropocene Benjamin David Hennig
Climate and Vine - Representation and Communication of Spatio-Temporal Relationships in the Web Application AustrianvineyardsCom Dominik Wieser(1), Karel Kriz
Mapping Narrative Content and Structure in Online Atlases Gareth Baldrica-Franklin
Erwin Raisz’ Atlases – Multi-Method Storytelling-Approaches for Cartographic Communication  Losang Eric
Room A105
T03-1. Cartographic Heritage Into the Digital Domain
Chair Mátyás Gede
“Hack the Map”, a Digital Educational Program Inspired by Rigas Velestinlis’ Charta of Greece (1796-7) Maria Pazarli, Kostas Diamantis, Vasiliki Gerontopoulou
The Perczel Project (2007–2019) László Zentai(1), Mátyás Márton, Gábor Gercsák
The Historical Geological Cartography: From Digital Archive to Webgis Environment Marco Pantaloni(1), Fabiana Console, Maria Pia Congi, Renato Ventura
Paper and Pixels: Historic Maps as a Multifaceted Resource Cameron Petrie(1), Rebecca Roberts, Junaid Jabbar, Hector Orengo, Marco Madella
The Cartographic Heritage of the University of Florence. Historical Maps of the Geography Library Margherita Azzari(1), Camillo Berti
Room A106
T05-1. Cartography for Early Warning and Crisis Management 
Chair Christophe Lienert
Mixed Reality Maps to Help Convey Disaster Information Kevin Patrick Helzel(1), Alexander Klaus, Mathias Jahnke
Geo-Online Explanatory Data Visualization Tools as Crisis Management and Communication Instruments Silvia Grandi(1), Anna Bernasconi
Hurricane and Waste Collection Simulations on Qgis for Improving Post-Hurricane Waste Collection Anne Ruas(1), Quy Thy Truong, Serge Lhomme
Application of Insar Satellite Method for Mapping of Active Landslides in Bulgaria - Opportunities and Perspectives Mila Atanasova-Zlatareva(1), Hristo Nikolov, Lyubka Pashova
Risk Information Management in Support of UN Humanitarian Missions Horst Kremers
Room A209
T06-1. Cognition in Geovisualization 
Chair Serena Coetzee
Effect of Geospatial Uncertainty Borderization on Users' Heuristic Reasoning Lorenzo Libertini(1), Ekaterina Chuprikova, Liqiu Meng
An Advanced Dynamic Visualization Method of Global Ocean Tide With Multi-Core Processor Based on Opengl Hao Meng(1), Wei Ming Xu, Tian Yang Liu, Zhi Yuan Shi, Zhou Yang Dong
Visual Complexity and Memorability of Maps Arzu Coltekin(1), Dario Oertle, Alzbeta Brychtova
Revealing Map Reading Strategies of Physical Geographic Maps Marketa Beitlova(1), Stanislav Popelka
Spatio temporal analysis of place naming dynamics in former West Prussia from 1772 to 2020 Akinola Shola Akinwumiju(1), Olawale Oluwafemi, Seyi Ogundeji, Ifedotun Abimbola
Room A210
T07-1. Education and Continuous Learning in Cartography
Chair Tao Wang
Educational Uses of Cartography. An Example on the Use of GIS to Deal With Depopulation by Skill Processes. Javier Velilla Gil(1), Carlos Guallart Moreno, María Laguna Marín-Yaseli
Analysis of Historical Cartography and Data Presentation for an Educational Purpose: the Case of the Historical Centre of Vimercate Dina Jovanovic(1), Daniela Oreni, Stefano Della Torre, Rossella Moioli
Extending the Cartographic Capabilities of Desktop GIS – Implementing Less Common Statistical Mapping Methods as Web Services Together With Students Gertrud Schaab(1), Christian Stern
Cartographic Education at the University of Glasgow: Past, present and future David Forrest
How to Help the Statisticians Correctly Prepare Maps Maciej Zych
Room A101
T01-2. Art in Cartography
Chair Giuseppe Borruso
Ancient Thoughts and Electric Buildings Michael Trommer
A Sound-Strata Map of Port Hope Taien Ng-Chan
Towards a Cartographic Renaissance: Leonardo’s Maps and their Approaches to Art and Science Alexander Kent
Aesthetics in Cartographic Epistemology Chelsea Nestel
Thematic Mapping With a Twist Kenneth Field
Design and Implementation of Narrative Map Based on Hand Scroll -- an Example of Zheng He'S Voyage to the West Jie Shen(1), Lufei Zhao, Nina Sun, Tengfei Chai
Data Visualization Design for Nsfc Join Fund Management Zhao Jin(1), Tao Wang, Peng Huang
Room A103
T02-2. Atlases
Chair René Sieber
Serbian Atlases in the 19Th and Early 20Th Century Jelena Glišović (1), Žarko Ilić
Mapping, Synthesis and Visualization of Czech Dialects Vit Vozenilek(1), Martina Ireinova, Alena Vondrakova, Jakub Konicek
Bilingual Statistical Historical Atlas of Israel Oren Raz(1)
Historical Atlas of Poland 2.0 – over 140 years of joint work of historians and cartographers Katarzyna Słomska-Przech(1), Dawid Maciuszek, Aniela Rząsa, Tomasz Panecki
Czech Historical Atlas: Creation of a Web Map Portal Petra Jílková(1), Jiri Krejci – the World’s First Nationwide Information and Presentation System of all Wine Estates Karel Kriz (1), Alexander Pucher
Room A105
T03-2. Cartographic Heritage Into the Digital Domain
Chair Milena Bertacchini
A Never-Born Russian-Language Earth Globe in the Virtual Globes Museum Dávid Gerzsenyi(1), Gábor Gercsák, Mátyás Márton
A New Interactive Gazetteer of Perczel’S Globe László Zentai(1), Zsuzsanna Ungvári, Gábor Gercsák, Márton Mátyás
Charles Perthées Maps of Palatinates: a Project of Digital Edition Tomasz Panecki(1), Tomasz Królik
A New Tool to Follow the Changes of Geographic Names on Globes Zoltán Kuris, Klaudia Rapcsán, Zsuzsanna Ungvári, Mátyás Gede
Construction of an Old-Map Framework for Promoting Historical GIS Research and Education Keiji Yano(1), Satoshi Imamura, Ryo Kamata, Muneyuki Natsume, Benjamin Lewis
New Approaches to Communicate and Educate Through Historical Maps Milena Bertacchi (1), Laura Turchi, Patrizia Cremonini, Lorenza Iannacci, Annalisa Sabatini
Room A106
T04-1. Cartography and Children
Chair Carla Cristina Reinaldo Gimenes de Sena
Spatial Thinking in Cartography Teaching for Schoolchildren Barbara Jordão(1), Sônia Castellar
A Generations View on SDG – Using the Central Role of Maps Markus Jobst (1), Georg Gartner
Geoliteracy, cartology, and classroom mobile projects or game Yaïves Ferland(1), Margot Kaszap
Children’s Cartography: What Is a Map According to Children? Heather Swienton(1), Alberto Giordano, Ronald Hagelman, Shadi Maleki
Limits of GIS Implementation in Secondary Education Veronika Bernhäuserová(1), Lenka Havelková, Martin Hanus
Cartography as a tool to assess spatial skills in children aged Paola Zamperlin (1), Guenda Mangoni
Room A209
T06-2. Cognition in Geovisualization
Chair Amy Griffin
How Do Users Interact With 3D Virtual Environments? Users’ Behavior Evaluation in Participatory Urban Planning Thibaud Chassin(1), Jens Ingensand, Guillaume Touya, Sidonie Christophe
Students’ Strategies for Thematic Map Analysis Lenka Havelková(1), Martin Hanus
Semantic correlation between emojis and feelings’ descriptions for Mapping Emotions into the Urban Mobility context Gabriele Silveira Camara(1), Silvana Philippi Camboim, João Vitor Meza Bravo
Take That Flood: Does your perspective matter? Fabian Kuster, Ian T. Ruginski, Sara Irina Fabrikant (1)
Evaluation of Geovisualization Designs for the Cognition of Movement in Space and Time Crystal Bae(1), Somayeh Dodge
Mapping Autistic Wayfinding in Urban Environments Irma Castellanos, Florian Hruby(1)
Room A210
T07-2. Education and Continuous Learning in Cartography
Chair Terje Midtbø
Novel Cartographical Designs for Blind and Partially Impaired Students in Kurdistan Ashna Abdulrahman Kareem Zada
Visualisations of Lidar Data in an Educational Setting Jana Ameye(1), Luc Zwartjes, Philippe De Maeyer, Mario Hernandez
International Cartographic Education Progress: a Bibliometric Analysis of Iccs Literature Tao Wang(1), Minghui Sun
Didactic Atlas of the National Geographic Institute of Spain Ana Velasco Tirado(1), Celia Sevilla Sánchez, Noelia Esther Aguiar Rivero
How Are Maps Used in Research? an Exploratory Review of Phd Dissertations Serena Coetzee(1), Sanet Carow, Lourens Snyman
Room A101
T08-1. Generalization and Multiple Representation
Chair Guillaume Touya
Rebanker: Displacing Embankment Lines From Roads and Rivers With a Least Squares Adjustment Guillaume Touya(1), Imran Lokhat
Supervised Learning for Automated Feature Selection in Road Network Generalization Izabela Karsznia(1), Albert Adolf, Stefan Leyk
Horizontal Accuracy Assessment of a Recent Algorithm for Approximate a Surface to a Dem Juan Francisco Reinoso-Gordo(1), Domingo Barrera, María Ibáñez, Eddargani Salah, Rocío Romero, Francisco Ariza-López
Theoretical and Practical Application of Wang-Müller Line Generalisation Algorithm Tomas Straupis(1), Motiejus Jakstys
The Change and the Challenge of a National Geographic Database Carlo Perugi
Room A103
T09-1. Artificial Intelligence in Mapping
Chair Paolo Nesi
Automatic Vectorization of Point Symbols on Archive Maps Using Deep Convolutional Neural Network Gergely Vassányi(1), Mátyás Gede
Neural Map Style Transfer Exploration with Gans Sidonie Christophe(1), Samuel Mermet, Morgan Laurent, Guillaume Touya
Combing Machine Learning Image Segmentation and Mixed Reality Design to Improve Users´ Navigation Experience Christian E Murphy(1), Guillermo Fernan Esquivel Tabares
Map as a Knowledge Base (MapKB), a Free and Open Source Geospatial Semantic Technology System Prototype Dalia Varanka
Improving Map Text Detection and Recognition Through Data Synthesis Samantha T Arundel(1), Trenton Morgan, Dennis Powon
GeoAI for Topographic Mapping and the Intelligent National Map Lynn Usery
Room A105
T03-3. Cartographic Heritage Into the Digital Domain
Chair Stefania Palmentieri
Analysis of Urban Elements Orientations to Characterize the Spatial Extension of the Foundation of the Roman City of Amida Jean-François Girres(1), Martine Assenat, Veysel Malit
Study of Old City Plan With Help of Historical Ontology of Urban Spaces – Legend Reconstruction Katarzyna Slomska-Przech
Automatic Georeferencing of Topographic Map Sheets Using OpenCV and Tesseract Mátyás Gede(1), Lola Varga
Story from Realm of Maps in Regensburg Medynska-Gulij Beata(1), Tillmann Tegeler, Hans Brauer, Krzysztof Zagata, Lukasz Wielebski, Ulf Brunnbauer
Using Cartographic and Archival Material to Approach Local History: an Educational Workshop About Lambrakis Case in Thessaloniki City of the ’60S. Nopi Ploutoglou(1), Sofia Pavlidou, Maria Pazarli, Elpis Daniil
Developing 3D models of pre-war Warsaw buildings using spatial data integration Beata Calka(1), Justyna Bak
Room A106
T04-2. Cartography and Children
Chair Luisa Spagnoli
Mapping the Surrounding Environment by Pupils. Case Study: Primary School “Ismail Qemali” in Chair - Skopje Bashkim Idrizi(1), Neriman Selimi
Presence of the School Cartography in Erwin Raisz’S Lifework José Jesús Reyes Nunez
Challenges in the Teaching of Cartography During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Use of Minecraft in the Remote Classroom Setting Carla Sena(1), Barbara Jordão
Children’s Graphic Representation as a Language and Its Role in Preschool Education Under a Whole-Child Approach Paula Cristiane Strina Juliasz
The Treasure Map of the Citizen Childhood Jasmine Desclaux-Salachas
Room A209
T06-3. Cognition in Geovisualization
Chair Liqiu Meng
Map Evaluation Under Covid-19 Restrictions: a New Visual Approach Based on Think Aloud Interviews Martin Knura(1), Jochen Schiewe
The Impact of Landmark Visualization Style on Expert Wayfinders’ Cognitive Load During Navigation Armand Kapaj(1), Sara Lanini-Maggi, Sara Fabrikant
The Influence of Socio-Cultural Factors on Perception & Cognition of Map Symbols Bradley Denney(1), Amy Griffin, Zdenek Stachon
Do Authors Look at Their Maps in Different Way Than Common Readers? an Eye-Tracking Study Marketa Beitlova, Stanislav Popelka(1), Karel Macku, Martin Konopka
Nudging Travelers to Favorable Routes: the Impact of Visual Communication and Emotional Responses on Decision Making Stefan Fuest (1), Monika Sester, Amy Griffin
The role of emotion in mental maps Mariam Gambashidze(1), Juliane Cron
The Sense of North Veronika Flóra Kiss(1), Zoltán Farkas-Németh, Zsolt Gyozo Török
Room A210
T07-3. Education and Continuous Learning in Cartography
Chair Alexander Kent
Establishing a Cartographic Body of Knowledge Terje Midtbø(1), Temenoujka Bandrova, Georg Gartner, Miljenko Lapaine, Jie Shen, Vít Vozenílek, Tao Wang
The System of Cartographic Didactic Aids for the Czech Lower Secondary Education and Its Implementation Into Geographical Teaching Jan D Bláha(1), Petr Trahorsch
Introducing Web Mapping: a Workbook for Interactive Cartography and Visualization on the Open Web Robert Roth(1), Carl Sack, Gareth Baldrica-Franklin, Yuying Chen, Richard Donohue, Lily Houtman, Tim Prestby, Robin Tolochko, Nick Underwood
The Adaptive Erasmus Mundus Cartography M.Sc. Program in the Covid-19 Pandemic From a Student’S Perspective Xiyu Wang(1), Jonathan Clark King
The Use of Virtual Environments in Geoscience Education Hana Svedova(1), Petr Kubicek
Bottom-Up Approach for Cartography Body of Knowledge Design Vit Vozenilek(1), Vaclav Talhofer
Room A101
T08-2. Generalization and Multiple Representation
Chair Luca Tavasci
Please, Help Me! I Am Lost in Zoom Guillaume Touya(1), Maria-Jesus Lobo, William Mackaness, Ian Muehlenhaus
Data Classification Methods for Preserving Spatial Patterns Jochen Schiewe
Modelling and Building of a Graph Database of Multi-Source Landmarks to Help Emergency Mountain Rescuers Véronique Gendner(1), Marie-Dominique Van Damme, Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond
Deep Learning for Map Generalization: Towards a New Approach Using Vector Data Martin Knura
Can Graph Convolution Networks Learn Spatial Relations? Azelle Courtial(1), Guillaume Touya, Xiang Zhang
Room A103
T09-2. Artificial Intelligence in Mapping
Chair Dalia Varanka
Automatic Vectorization of Rectangular Manmade Objects: a Case Study Applying OpenCV and GDAL on UAV Imagery Márton Pál(1), Fanni Vörös, Béla Kovács
Computationally efficient sequential feature extraction for single hyperspectral remote sensing image classification Andong Ma(1), Anthony Filippi
Inferring Implicit 3D Representations From Human Figures on Pictorial Maps Raimund Schnürer(1), A Cengiz Öztireli, Magnus Heitzler, René Sieber, Lorenz Hurni
Personalized Landmark Sequence Recommendation Method using LSTM based Network for Navigating in Large Hospitals Litao Zhu (1), Shen Jie, Gartner Georg, Yingxu Hou
Quantitative Content Analysis of Maps on Twitter using network visualizationa and pre-trained machine learning models Edyta Bogucka(1), Liqiu Meng
Piloting the Use of Machine Learning Methods for Automatic Mapping of Streams and Ditches in Finland Christian Koski (1), Pyry Kettunen, Justus Poutanen, Lingli Zhu, Juha Oksanen
Room A105
T03-4. Cartographic Heritage Into the Digital Domain
Chair László Zentai
Data heterogeneity and oldness, two difficulties to overcome for the world seabed sediment mapping Thierry Garlan(1), Isabelle Gabelotaud, Elodie Marchès, Edith Le Borgne, Sylvain Lucas
Mask-RCNN Generalisation to Vectorise Surface-Type Objects of Old Maps Valentin Árvai(1), Mátyás Gede
Utilizing Convolutional Neural Networks to Extract Road Features From Swiss Historical Maps Chenjing Jiao(1), Magnus Heitzler, Lorenz Hurni
Modelling and Repeating Early Photographic Positions with Michael Hodgson(1), Silvia Elena Piovan
Towards the large-scale extraction of historical land cover information from historical maps Johannes Uhl(1), Stefan Leyk, Weiwei Duan, Zekun Li, Basel Shbita, Yao-Yi Chiang, Craig Knoblock
The Digital Cartographic Reconstruction of the 1897 ‘Mátra Guide’ (Hungary) Edina Hajdú(1), Márton Pál
Room A106
T05-2. Cartography for Early Warning and Crisis Management 
Chair Milan Konečný
The Public Swiss Natural Hazard Portal for Warnings and Recommended Behaviour Christophe Lienert(1), Franziska Angly Bieri, Barbora Neversil, Daniel Meier
A combined flood risk assessment with SWMM hydrological modelling and AHP based on multi criteria decision making Yanping Li
Preliminary Study on Knowledge Graph Construction Based on the Coupling Mechanism of Urban Disaster and Emergency Response Jie Shen, Jingyi Zhou(1), Jijun Yang
Landslide Susceptibility Evaluation Based on Optimized Support Vector Machine Jiping Liu, Rongfu Lin, Shenghua Xu, Yong Wang, Xianghong Che, Jie Chen(1)
Room A209
T06-4. Cognition in Geovisualization
Chair Arzu Coltekin
Designing AI-assisted interactive map displays to explore spatial information Merve Keskin(1), Pyry Kettunen
Suitability of colour hue, value, and transparency for geographic relevance encoding in mobile maps Reichenbacher Tumasch(1), Marco Oliveri
Investigating the Effect of Display Pixel Density on the Minimal Legible Size of Cartographic Symbols Florian Ledermann
Empirical Study on Recognition of Spatial Patterns in Choropleth Maps Using Hexagonal Shaped Units Izabela Karsznia(1), Izabela Golebiowska, Jolanta Korycka-Skorupa, Tomasz Nowacki
A proposition to define boundaries based on the smoothness and the continuity of voluminous point data phenomena Raphael Gonçalves De Campos(1), Caio Paiva, Silvana Philippi Camboim
Eye-Tracking Comparison of Two Road Atlases Stanislav Popelka(1), Alena Vondrakova, Marketa Beitlova, Stanislava Drahosova
Unlocking Cartography in the United Nations in the Era of Data for Action Ayako Kagawa(1), Gakumin Kato, Mina Lee, Guillaume Le Sourd, Marco Lucafò, Oliva Martín Sánchez, Michael Montani
Room A210
T07-4. Education and Continuous Learning in Cartography
Chair Horst Kremers
A Collection of Student Maps for Teaching Multivariate Thematic Map Making – the Maps’ Origin and Purpose Gertrud Schaab(1), Sybil Adam, Serena Coetzee
Teaching on natural risks by simulation in Minetest and augmented reality Lecordix François(1), Kumarasamy Sivakavi
Education 4.0 in Cartography: an Integrated E-Learning Materials Portal for Cartography and Digital Mapping Course Abdul Rauf Abdul Abdul Rasam(1)
Making History Accessible to People with Visual Impairments Through Interactive Tangible 3D Models Jan Brus(1), Richard Lazna, Radek Barvir, Alena Vondrakova
A Survey of Criteria for Accredited Publications Antony Cooper
Approaches for Infographics Evaluation in Maps Jakub Koníček
Thursday, December 16  
The School Of Humanities, University Of Florence  
Room A101
T11-1 History of Cartography
Chair Imre Demhardt
Cartography Between Reality and Fiction: the Maps by Albert Herrmann (1886-1945) of Chott El-Djerid Petra Svatek
“ Jissoku-Yochizu (1821) " which should be newly found as the small scale map of Japan originally surveyed by Inoh Tadataka Hiroshi Ota
Places of Misery: Mapping Slavery of the Dutch East India Company (Voc), 1602-1799 Jeroen Bos
Mediators of the territory. Professional profiles and productions of the Regi Compassatori della Dogana di Foggia during the 18th century Marco Petrella
Decoding Spatial Formatting: the Analysis of the World Order Through Educational Atlases Sofia Gavrilova(1), Jana Moser, Philipp Meyer, Sebastian Lentz
Room A103
T07-5 Education and Continuous Learning in Cartography
Chair Cinzia Podda
Mapwork.Education: Online Adaptive System for Cartographic Education Martin Hanus(1), Lenka Havelkova, Veronika Bernhauserova, Kristyna Stolcova
Student Generated Digital Media and Community-Based Learning Within a Covid-19 Induced Landscape: Lessons From the Field Nerhene Davis(1), Victoria Rautenbach
Map Use in Lessons: a Videostudy Findings Kristyna Stolcova(1), Martin Hanus
On Developing Cartographic Terminology in African Languages Cooper Antony, Serena Cotzee(1) 
SDGS and Cartography, a Conceptual Connection Rob Lemmens, Menno-Jan Kraak(1)
Room A105
T13-1 Map Design
Chair Salvatore Pappalardo
What Do the General Public Think About Maps as Art? William Cartwright
Balancing Shape Distortions and Contiguity in Cartograms Michael T Gastner(1), Simon Perrault, Chen-Chieh Feng
Scalebrewer: a Visual Design Tool for Graphical Customization of Map Scale Meilin Liu(1), Xi Tang
Cartographic Styles Used in Spatial Planning Maps to Visualise Uncertain, Unfinished and Imagined Content Katharina Henggeler
Graphic Map Load Measuring Tool – Development and Verification Radek Barvir(1), Vit Vozenilek
Characterizing Storytelling in Covid-19 Cartographic Journalism Timothy Prestby
Room A106
T15-1 Maps and Accessibility
Chair Waldirene Ribeiro do Carmo
Perspectives about Implementation of Colour Codes on Maps Accessible to Blind People Niédja Sodré De Araújo(1), Luciene Stamato Delazari, Amanda Pereira Antunes, Andrea Faria Andrade
Concept and Formalisation of Tactile Cartographic Variables Yi-Rong Chen, Stephan Van Gasselt(1)
Thematic Tactile Cartography: Evaluating Tactile Mapping Techniques for Novel Applications Harrison Cole
Mapping Road Crossings for Visually Impaired People Yuhao Jiang(1), María-Jesús Lobo, Sidonie Christophe, Christophe Jouffrais
Room A209
T14-1 Map Production and Geoinformation Management
Chair Marco Scaioni
The Automated Map Public. Innovation for the Generation of the National Topographic Map of Spain Adolfo Pérez, Felisa Quesada, Alicia González(1), Alfonso Boluda, Ana Maldonado, José Alfonso de Tomás, María de la Paz
Accessing Spatial Knowledge Networks With Maps Markus Jobst (1), Georg Gartner
A Pragmatical Algorithm to Compute the Convex Envelope of Bathymetric Surveys at Variable Resolutions Julian Le Deunf(1), Thierry Schmitt, Yann Keramoal
Towards A Smart Campus: From Basemap to Sensors Jan Wilkening(1), Rainer Schäffner
Multiple Layer Symbol Design for Use With Internet Maps Rex Cammack(1), Paul Hunt
Mix Your Own Data Cocktail Served With a Slice of Adobe Mark Wigley
Room A210
T10-2 Social Sensing and Visual Analytics
Chair Petr Kubíček
Gaining Overview with Transient Focus+Context Maps Daria Hollenstein(1), Susanne Bleisch
COVID-19 Geoviz for Spatio-Temporal Structures Detection Jacques Gautier(1), Maria Jesus Lobo, Benjamin Fau, Armand Drugeon, Sidonie Christophe, Guillaume Touya
Approaches for Visualizing the Presence of Absence in Cartography Anthony Robinson
Visualizing and Evaluating the Geocoding Uncertainty in Social Sensing for Disaster Management Debayan Mandal Mandal(1), Binbin Lin, Bing Zhou, Mingzheng Yang
Room A101
T11-2 History of Cartography
Chair Filippo Camerota
Were Portolan Charts and Portolani Made Upon Authentic Late Medieval Maritime Measurements? Example for the Adriatic Sea Basin Area Tome Marelic
Advertising in Mapping Products in Russia (1860-1930S) Mikhail Orlov
Renderings of the Adriatic Sea coastline on early modern age nautical charts in the context of their navigational applicability Josip Faricic(1), Tome Marelic
Russian Topographic Mapping in Finland 1870-1917 Antti Jakobsson
A Geological Hiking Map Curiosity From 1939 Gáspár Albert(1), Ábel Hegedüs
Room A103
T02-3 Atlases
Chair Eric Losang
The New National Atlas of Hungary – Volume Society László Zentai(1), Gábor Gercsák, Károly Kocsis, Zsombor Nemerkényi
The Atlas as Gazetteer – Facilitating Historical Research by Enriching Digital Place Names Databases With Digitized Atlas Indexes Eric Losang
Monograph – The Covid-19 Pandemic in Spain Andrés Arístegui(1), Francisco Sánchez
Virus Atlas Austria - Covid-19, Labour Market and Demography at a Glance Florian Korn(1), Karel Kriz, Alexander Pucher
Cartographic Storytelling: 150 Years of Swiss Official Statistics Olaf König
The East Indian Water World 1709-1760: a Comparison of Two Dutch Manuscript Atlases Ferjan Ormeling
Historical Statistical Atlases Thomas Schulz
Room A105
T13-2 Map Design
Chair Pyry Kettunen
Design of an Atlas of Significant Natural Disasters Denitsa Siteva, Silvia Marinova(1)
The Carta Della Natura Project: the Case Study of Molise Region Dora Ceralli(1), Lucilla Laureti, Chiara D'Angeli
Tectonics of Cartography Jasmine Desclaux-Salachas(1), Lucile Bataille
Natural Disasters in Europe Within Years 2011 - 2020 Marek Hoffmann
Cross-Cultural Differences in Map Design Perception Bibigul Zhunis(1), Georg Gartner, Silvia Klettner
Make Maps Great Again Alejandro Guinea
Room A106
T15-2 Maps and Accessibility
Chair Chiara Garau
Mapping accessibility in Norway – a Method to Register and
Survey the Status of Accessibility in urban areas and
recreational areas
Sven Michaelis(1), Kathrin Böckelsack
Evaluation of Large Scale Online Maps Michael Peter Peterson
Tactile Cartography in Latin America: Experience With Workshops Carla Sena(1), Waldirene Carmo
Measuring Physical Assess to Primary Health Care Facilities in Gambella Region (West Ethiopia) Pier Lorenzo Fantozzi(1), Fabio Manenti, Giovanni Putoto, Giuseppe Baracca
3D-Printed Models of Czech Architectural Monuments for People With Severe Visual Impairment Radek Barvir(1), Jan Brus, Alena Vondrakova
Room A209
T14-2 Map Production and Geoinformation Management
Chair Peter Schmitz
Digital Transformation in Topographic Databases Gonzalo Moreno Vergara(1), Gema Martin-Asin Lopez, Lorenzo Camon Soteres
National High Resolution Land Cover and Land Use Information System Julián Delgado Hernández(1), Nuria Valcárcel Sanz
Automation of Quality Control of Digital Topographic Maps at the Scale 1:50 000 of the Main State Topographic Map in Ukraine Nadiia Lazorenko-Hevel, Danylo Kin(1), Olexander Lets, Yurii Karpinskyi
Change Only Updating the 1:25 000 Swiss National Map Dominik Käuferle(1), Mark Wigley
The Project for Completing the Regional Geodatabase in Lombardia, Italy Piera Belotti, Fabio Conzi, Chiara Dell’Orto, Maurizio Federici, Luigi Fregonese, Gabriele Garnero, Emilio Guastamacchia, Franco Guzzetti, Livio Pinto, Marco Scaioni (1)
Vector Large-Scale Overview Plan in a Swiss Cantonal Administration Cristina M Iosifescu Enescu(1), Andreas Gantner, Simone Würsch
Room A210
T10-3 Social Sensing and Visual Analytics
Chair Anthony C. Robinson
The Representation of Spatial Context by Emojis within  Eva Hauthal(1), Alexander Dunkel, Dirk Burghardt
The Impact of Scale on Spatial Connections: an Exploratory Analysis Yihong Yuan
Harvesting Social Media With Artificial Intelligence for Medical Threats Mapping and Analytics Walter David, Michelle King-Okoye, Alessandro Capone, Silvia Piovan(1)
Cluttering Reduction for Interactive Navigation and Visualization of Historical Images Evelyn Paiz, Mathieu Brédif, Sidonie Christophe(1)
Room A101
T11-3 History of Cartography
Chair Angelo Cattaneo
Accuracy, Veracity, and Theological Truth in the 16Th Century Atlas Theatrum Terrae Sanctae Ioana Zamfir
A Last Map of Yet Many Firsts: Der Brandberg, 1:200,000 Imre Demhardt
The Florentine Art of Cartography: Rosselli’S ‘Fiorenza’ and Early Map Printing in the Italian Renaissance Zsolt Gyözö Török
Mapping the Missionary World: 19th Century Missionary Atlases with Special Regard to Justus Perthes’ Production Mirela Altic
Intellectual Property and Maps: Legal Protections for Cartographic Works From the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century John Swab
Room A103
T12-1 Location Based Services and Ubiquitous Mapping
Chair Haosheng Huang
Determining Traffic Congestion Utilizing a Fuzzy Logic Model and Floating Car Data (Fcd) Maja Kalinic(1), Jukka Krisp
Driving and Navigation Habits of Austrian Drivers Fanni Vörös(1), Georg Gartner, Béla Kovács
Pseudo occlusion-based 3D trajectory visualization for indoor AR navigation services Xiangling Peng(1), Hayato Aoyagi, Arikawa Masatoshi, Ryo Sato, Akinori Takahashi
Can Indoor Navigation Service Incorporating Signs Support Spatial Learning? Wangshu Wang(1), Haosheng Huang, Georg Gartner
A Social Media-Based Framework for Tourist Behaviour Analysis and Characterization in Urban Environments Francisco Porras Bernardez, Georg Gartner(1)
Room A105
T13-3 Map Design
Chair Gianluca Casagrande
The Promise of Dasymetric Maps for Monitoring Progress Towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Britta Ricker(1), Menno-Jan Kraak, Robert Roth
Evaluating the information value of tactile maps Jakub Wabinski(1), Albina Moscicka, Marta Kuzma
Concept for the Historic Parks' Tactile Maps Development Albina Moscicka(1), Jakub Wabinski, Andrzej Araszkiewicz, Marta Kuzma, Damian Kiliszek
An attempt to define perceptive and sensitive mapping through lived space experiments Catherine Dominguès(1), Laurence Jolivet, Eric Mermet, Sevil Seten
Base Maps of National Geoportals of Europe: Pragmatic and Stylistic Aspects Rita Viliuviene(1), Giedre Beconyte
Which mapping technique for population density is effective, attractive, and suggestive? David Forrest(1), Beata Medyńska-Gulij
Room A106
T17-1 Marine Cartography
Chair Lysandros Tsoulos
Automatic cleaning of outliers in multibeam bathymetric data Yuan Wei(1), Shunjun Li, Shaohua Jin, Hongchao Ji
Overview of the Charts Representing Eastern Coast of the Adriatic Sea Through Centuries and a Comparison of Piri Reis Portolans With a Contemporary Chart Content Ivana Racetin(1), Majda Ivic, Jelena Kilic, Katarina Rogulj
Geographic Factors for Managing Cruise Ship Destination Port to Attraction Passenger Transfer in the Caribbean Region John Nyberg(1), Shachak Pe'Eri, Susan Slocum, Matthew Rice
EMODNET Geology: Digital Geological Maps of European Seas Andrea Fiorentino(1), Loredana Battaglini, Matteo Conti, Silvana D'Angelo, Carlo Innocenti
Dynamics and Trends in Content System Formation of Nautical Charts Anastasia Gorevalova(1), Tamara Vereshchaka
Reliability of bathymetric data in Italian nautical charts and ENCs. Manuela Milli(1), Cristina Tirone
A Step Toward a Standardized Guide in Sailing the Sea: the Pilot’s Book Digital Upgrade Roberto Manuzzo(1), Sonja Grosso, Riccardo Ansaldi, Ludovico Sturla, Marta Pratellesi
Room A209
T14-3 Map Production and Geoinformation Management
Chair Marco Pantaloni
Mapping the Avalanche Risk: From Survey to Cartographic Production the Avalanche Bulletin of the Meteomont Service of the Alpine Troops Command Aurora Alfina Rapisarda(1), Andrea Marco Pranzo
Mapping Mt. Ushba: Preparation for a new Alpine Club Map Mathias Gröbe(1), Nikolas Prechtel, Benjamin Schröter, Dirk Burghardt
Testing Approaches to Visualize Land Cover/Land Use Changes in Time Series With Cloud-Based Microservice Tools Jesse Friend(1), Mathias Jahnke
DEM’s elevation comparison by surface buffering Francisco Javier Ariza-López(1), José Rodríguez-Avi, Juan Francisco Reinoso-Gordo
GIS-Mapping ADCP Backscatter Data to Support Environmental Studies Paola Picco(1), Roberto Nardini, Maurizio Demarte
The new geospatial data of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region (Italy): a geomatic challenge Alberto Beinat(1), Massimiliano Basso, Elena Viero
Room A210
T16-1 Participatory Mapping
Chair Temenoujka Bandrova
A Multicity Investigation on Fear of Crime László Zentai(1), Andrea Pödör, Zalán Hum
Enabling citizens to refine the location accuracy of cadastre boundary markers by gamified VGI Mikko Rönneberg(1), Pyry Kettunen
A Climate Event Portal co-created by Citizen Scientists  Andreas Divanis(1), Liqiu Meng
Citizen contribution to lake water quality observation: SIMILE project Mobile and Web applications Daniela Carrion(1), Carlo Andrea Biraghi, Alberto Vavassori, Edoardo Pessina, Giorgio Zamboni, Gorica Bratic, Maria Antonia Brovelli
Participatory Mapping and SWOT in the Context of the Water-Food-Energy Nexus for Attaining Sdgs in Eastern Amazonia Adryane Gorayeb(1), Gislleidy Tavares, Regina Da Silva, Thomaz Xavier, Christian Brannstrom
Cultural heritage and awareness: differences between volunteered geographic information of OpenStreetMap and an official cartography. The case of Caserta in South-Italy Giovanni Mauro(1), Maria Ronza
Room A101
T11-4 History of Cartography
Chair Andrea Cantile
Using a Map to Reconstruct the Szekler Atlantis János Jeney
Translating the Earth: Practices, Tools, and Credibility in Eighteenth Century Cave Surveys Johannes Mattes
Maps Hiding in Plain Sight Bruce Jones, Anthony Cavell, Michael Clarke, and Robert Pratt
The Lack of Topographic Mapping and the Historical Problem of Land Demarcation in Brazil Claudia Robbi Sluter(1), Andrea Lopes Iescheck, Andrea Flávia Te Carneiro, Daniela Regina Pontes, José Antônio Per Gediel
Room A103
T12-2 Location Based Services and Ubiquitous Mapping
Chair Angela Yao
Comparative study of foreign visitors’ perceptions of places by analyzing visual content of photographs Bochra Bettaieb(1), Yoshiki Wakabayashi
A Novel Mobile User Interface to Support Pedestrian Navigation Without Restricting the User to a Predefined Route Haosheng Huang(1), Thomas Mathis, Robert Weibel
Sensor based extended floating bicycle data (xFBD) analysis Jukka Krisp(1), Maja Kalinic, Christian Röger, Andreas Keler
Movement Patterns of Electric Cargo Bike Commuters - First Insights From Field Experiments and Trajectory Analyses Andreas Keler(1), Lisa Kessler, Fabian Fehn, Klaus Bogenberger
Room A105
T13-4 Map Design
Chair Michael Hodgson
Automating Strip Mapping Aileen Buckley
Perspectives on Making Cartographic Knowledge Accessible to Software Developers Amy Griffin(1), Serena Coetzee, Petr Kubicek, Silvana Camboim, Dalia Varanka, Francis Harvey, Franz-Josef Behr, Jan Brus
Implementing Airline Route Map De-Cluttering Strategies Paulo Raposo(1), Menno-Jan Kraak
Symbolising Spatially Coincident Temporal Data Kenneth Field
The Making of Mapping for a Sustainable World Tanya Buckingham Andersen, Robert Roth(1), Gareth Baldrica-Franklin, Alicia Iverson, Chris Archuleta, Megan Roessler
Principles for Cartogram Design, Elicited from Manual Construction of Cartograms for the 50 U.S. States Barry Kronenfeld
Room A106
T20-1 Planetary Cartography
Chair Alessandro Frigeri and Andrea Naß 
50 Years of Sensor-Based Planetary Cartography: Review and Perspectives Andrea Nass(1), Stephan Van Gasselt, Trent Hare, Henrik Hargitai
Preliminary geomorphometric analysis of selected Martian scoria cone-like features using high-resolution DTMs Fanni Vörös(1), Balázs Székely
International Coordination of Planetary Coordinate System Recommendations and the IAU Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements Brent Archinal
User Needs and Identification of Upcoming Challenges for the Application of Planetary Information Systems Stephan Van Gasselt(1), Andrea Nass
Standards Proposal for 2021 to Support Planetary Coordinate Reference Systems Trent Hare(1), Jean-Christophe Malapert
Topographic mapping of the Mars MC quadrangles using HRSC data Elke Kersten(1), Klaus Gwinner, Gregory Michael, Alexander Dumke, Ralf Jaumann
A mapping symbols library and development environment for earth and planetary geologic mapping Alessandro Frigeri
Room A209
T14-4 Map Production and Geoinformation Management
Chair Leonardo Disperati
Using thematic mapping and United Nations Sustainable Development Goal indicator data to investigate environmental factors related to the spread of COVID -19 Jennifer Anderson (1), Britta Ricker
Vector Tile Table Join Service (VTJS) - cartographic support for the communication of AI results Markus Jobst (1), Sharon Chawanji, Georg Gartner
Abstraction and Reality. Dealing with ... Jana Moser(1), Christian Hanewinkel
Leveraging High-Performance Computing to Visualize Big Data on the Web – an Illustrative Case Study Shane Loeffler
Online Collections of Vietnam War-Era US Topographic Maps Aileen Buckley
Room A210
T16-2 Participatory Mapping
Chair Otakar Čerba
Integration of quantitative analysis and local community involvement for wildfire risk mapping: a case study from an Alpine valley Ingrid Vigna(1), Angelo Besana, Elena Comino, Alessandro Pezzoli, Davide Ascoli
Georeferencing Skills and Student Profile Results from a Multivariate Regression Model Gian Pietro Zaccomer, Maurizia Sigura(1)
Lessons learned from a VGI initiative for Land Use monitoring Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond(1), Marie-Dominique Van Damme, Laurence Jolivet
COVID-19 lockdown and students’ changing perceptions of place: A participatory mapping study in South Africa Nerhene Davis(1), Kgothatso Langa, Coetzee Serena
Discovering spatiotemporal patterns on data quality assessment in collaborative mapping: A preliminary study in an area of Brazil Elias Elias(1), Fabricio Amorim, Marcio Schmidt, Silvana Camboim
Enhancing Participatory Development in Morocco: Analyzing the Sketch Mapping Behavior of Men and Women and Integrating Paper and Digital Participatory Mapping Environments Cora Stern(1), Matthew Rice
Friday, December 17  
The School Of Humanities, University Of Florence  
Room A101
T18-1. Mountain Cartography 
Chair Pierlorenzo Fantozzi
Mapant Spain: an automatically generated orienteering map for Spain Jesús María Garrido Sáenz De Tejada(1), Manuel Jurado Alonso, Agustín Caballero Belda, Javier Arufe Varela, Jesús Moreno Jabato
Geomorphological innovation through advances in geovisualisation Antoni Moore(1), Mike Smith
Route Planning on Orienteering Maps With Least-Cost Path Analysis Gáspár Albert(1), Zsófia Sárközy
Maps of first orienteering events László Zentai
Presenting Multilevel Environment on Orienteering Maps Dušan Petrovič
Focus on Orientation to Represent Terrain Gene Trantham(1), Patrick Kennelly
Large-Scaled Topographic Mapping Issues in Vgi and Open Geospatial Data Benedikt Hajek (1), Karel Kriz
Room A103
T23-1. Toponymy in Cartography 
Chair Peter Jordan
Representation of minority names on maps: the case of the Polish minority in the Těšín region, Czechia Premysl Macha
Dual Naming as a Mechanism to Recognize Multiple Identities; Casablanca Or Ad-Dar Al-Bayda Malak Alasli(1), Gábor Gercsák
Let’s Name It Together: VGI, Social Media and Local Heritage in Traditional Toponyms Research Kamil Niescioruk
Indigenous place names in toponymical strata on the Turtle Island Yaïves Ferland
The Importance of Contemporary and Historical Indigenous Cartography and Toponymy with Indigenous Contributions to Euro/American/Canadian Cartography Daniel G Cole (1), E Richard Hart
Room A105
T25-1. Cartography and Sustainable Development 
Chair Teresa Amodio
Toward a New ICA Research Agenda Liqiu Meng
Improving land loss modelling through incorporating neighborhood scale effects Heng Cai
Mapping the Disparities of Community Resilience to Natural Hazards in the United States Lei Zou
Urban Policy Observatory Programme for Sustainable Cities and Communities Mapping in Poland Dariusz Dukaczewski
The Sustainable Tourism Organization of Rural Spaces. the Island of Sardinia in the Era Of Silvia Battino Battino(1), Brunella Brundu
Mapping and Characterizing Animals’ Places of Interest in Forest Environment Laurence Jolivet(1), Florian Masson, Sonia Saïd
Room A106
T21-1. Spatial Data Infrastructure and Standards
Chair Sandro Savino
OGC API Features HTML-output as a Feature Dashboard Lassi Lehto(1), Jaakko Kähkönen
Analysis of infrastructural forest data with GIS-tools Ekaterina Podolskaia
Implementing Base Data Set Custodianship - South Africa Maroale Chauke(1), Nicolene Fourie, Vutomi Ndlovu, Yvonne Moema
Interoperability at the Core Strategic in the Spatial Data Infraestructure of the Service Aerophotogrametric, Chilean Air Force Joselyn Robledo
The INSPIRE Harmonisation: the Geological Map of Italy at 1:100,000 Scale Marco Pantaloni(1), Valentina Campo, Maria Pia Congi, Gennaro Maria Monti, Paolo Primerano, Renato Ventura
Room A209
T34-1. Use, User, and Usability
Chair Robert Roth
Evaluating a Location-Based Game to Support Citizens’ Situated Reflection on History: a Mixed Method Approach Catherine Jones
Selecting Usability Heuristics to Evaluate Responsive Maps: Case Study WebGIS UFPR CampusMap Vinícius Emmel Martins(1), Marcio Augusto Reolon Schmidt(2), Luciene Stamato Delazari(3)
A Set of Criteria for Evaluating Map Application Design in a Mobile Environment Marc Schulz(1), Julian Huiber, Temenoujka Bandrova
Identifying Map Reading, Map Using, and Map Generating tasks in a crowdsourcing context Claudia Robbi Sluter(1), João Vitor Meza Bravo
Towards Reproducible User Studies and Behavioral Experiments for Cartography With the stimsrv Framework Florian Ledermann(1), Georg Gartner
How do People Make Decisions with/without Smartphones While Walking in the City? Kaori Ito(1), Asahi Maeda, Kota Katsumata, Seiya Takayanagi
Room A210
T22-1. Sensor-Driven Mapping 
Chair Stefano De Falco
Application of UAS for the purposes of landslide mapping in Bulgaria - a case study of the Thracian Cliff landslide, northern Bulgarian coastal zone Lyubka Pashova(1), Mila Atanasova-Zlatareva, Hristo Nikolov, Grigor Nikolov
Automatic Mapping of Traffic Signs Bence Dusek(1), Mátyás Gede
Abandoned landscapes – possibilities of their identification by application of map data and aerial images in conditions of Slovakia Daniel Szatmári(1), Monika Kopecká, Ján Feranec, Tomás Goga
Satellite Mapping of Urban Expansion and Landscape Changes in Beijing, China: A Longitudinal Study Xiaojun Yang(1), Ting Liu
Room A101
T18-2. Mountain Cartography
Chair Dušan Petrovič
The Effect of the Cold War Era on Maps for Public Use in the Eastern Bloc Countries: Tourist Maps László Zentai(1), Gábor Gercsák
Combining Multiple Shaded Reliefs with Hypsometric Colouring and Digital Orthophotos Using Free and Open-Source Software Adam Vinkovic(1), Robert Zupan, Stanislav Franges, Damir Medak
Shadows Eclipse Relief Shading Patrick Kennelly(1), Gene Trantham
Upgrade of existing algorithms for creating contour lines on topographic maps in karst surface Neza Ema Komel(1), Dusan Petrovic
Mountain faces Stephan Wondrak
Optimal generalization of digital elevation model constrained by granularity measure Timofey Samsonov
Room A103
T23-2. Toponymy in Cartography 
Chair Andrés Aristegui
Spatio temporal analysis of place naming dynamics in former West Prussia from 1772 to 2020 Ihor Doroshenko(1), Francis Harvey
Place Names in Spanish Republican Life Stories: Spatial Patterns in Locations and Perceptions Laurence Jolivet(1), Carmen Brando, Catherine Dominguès
Hungarian Place Names From a Moroccan Perspective Malak Alasli
Russian School of Toponymical Cartography Andrey Herzen(1), Olga Herzen, Yuliana Gordova
The Place Names of the Aragonese Maps. Interpretative Hypotheses, Landscape Readings and Methodological Proposals Silvia Siniscalchi(1), Fernando La Greca, Pierluigi De Felice
Room A105
T25-2. Cartography and Sustainable Development 
Chair Giovanni Mauro
Georeferenced Cartography and Landscape: the Protection of the Monumental Olive Heritage Teresa Amodio
Geodesign as a Support for Proposing Actions to Fulfil the Sustainable Development Goals Ana Clara Moura(1), Fabiana Vieira, Camila Morais
Geodiversity Mapping of the Bakony–Balaton Unesco Global Geopark, Hungary Márton Pál(1), Gáspár Albert
Historical Cartography and Sustainable Tourism Development. Reconnecting Trento and the Fersina Stream Through the Retrieval of Environmental and Cultural Heritage Aurora Alfina Rapisarda, Carolien Fornasari(1)
Development of a specialized topographic map of environmental protection using the example of bog massifs Tamara Vereshchaka, Irina Kurbatova, Anna Ivanova(1), Alexei Stepanchenko
Cartography and Pilgrimage Trails. Tradition, Modernity, and Tourism Cinzia Podda(1), Paolo Secchi, Milena Bertacchini
Room A106
T19-1. Open Geospatial Data and Technologies 
Chair Paolo Dabove
Soviet city plans and OpenStreetMap: a comparative analysis Martin Davis(1), Alexander Kent
Web Maps of Regional Attractiveness Otakar Cerba(1), Jan Macura, Karel Charvát, Viktorie Sloupová
Web Technologies in Cartographic Support for Geological Exploration Dmitriy Loginov
Development of Open Geoinformation Resources in Russia Elena Martynova
FRMOD, a Python Tool for Statistical Landslide Susceptibility Assessment Dávid Gerzsenyi
Room A209
T34-2. Use, User, and Usability 
Chair Georg Gartner
Finite Mixtures of Normal Distributions in the Study of the Error in Altimetry José Rodríguez-Avi (1), Francisco Javier Ariza-López
Assessing legend designs for coordinated and multiple views geovisualizations Izabela Golebiowska(1), Tomasz Opach, Arzu Çoltekin
UCD techniques applied to the design of interfaces for integration between Expert System and GIS to define the directive of transmission lines Renan Daros(1), Luciene Delazari, Daniel Dos Santos, Ana Carolina Lopes
Interactive cartographic visualization of real-time satellite data and their orbits Shlesha Acharya
Empirical evaluation of four-variate thematic maps for expert users Jolanta Korycka-Skorupa(1), Izabela Golebiowska
How do decision makers interact with geospatial data? An eye tracking study Jessica Hepburn(1), David Fairbairn, Philip James, Alistair Ford
Room A210
T29-1. Mapping Urban Environments
Chair Daniela La Foresta
Upgrading Spatiotemporal Demographic Data by the Integration of Detailed Population Attributes Toshihiro Osaragi(1), Ryo Kudo
Exploring the Differences Between Tourists and Locals in Urban Settings Through Multi-Labeled Geotagged Photos: the Case of Tokyo Ahmed Derdouri(1), Toshihiro Osaragi
Quantifying the Complexity of Road Intersections Using Open Data of Traffic Accidents – Insights from a Case Study in Munich Andreas Keler(1), Jukka Krisp
Quantitative, orderly and qualitative visualisation of urban environment Medynska-Gulij Beata(1), Elzbieta Bielecka
A Spatial Analysis of Crime and Neighborhood Characteristics in Detroit Census Block Groups Esther Akoto Amoako
Location of art gallery in urban areas: A GIS based analysis in Shinagawa ward, Tokyo Yuta Tsuneizumi(1), Kaori Ito, Seiya Takayanagi
Room A101
T33-1. Augmented and Virtual Realities in Cartography
Chair Zdeněk Stachoň
Implementing Augmented Reality (AR) in Tourism Iva Cibilic(1), Vesna Posloncec-Petric, Kristina Tominic
Classification of Dynamic Cartographic Symbols Applied to Augmented Reality (AR) Systems Fabricio Rosa Amorim(1), Marcio Augusto Reolon Schmidt
Exploring and Transforming Spaces Through High-Dimensional Gestural Interactions Markus Berger
The platform eDIVE: A Solution for the Geography Education in Collaborative Immersive Virtual Environment Sasinka Cenek(1), Chmelik Jiri, Sasinkova Alzbeta, Stachon Zdenek
Re-Building a Historical Cityscape with Virtual Reality Robert Schmidt(1), Stefan Sauer, Jan Wilkening
Building a virtual cartographic museum Pavel Ugwitz(1), Zdenek Stachon, Petr Kubicek
Room A103
T24-1. Cartography and Public Health
Chair Davide Pavia
Spatial Distribution Shift of Creative Industries During COVID 19 Pandemic Rostislav Netek(1), Jakub Konicek
Unequal Geographies of the Italian Tertiary Education System. Mapping the Disparities at Regional Scale Giorgia Iovino
Bivariate Representation of Population Density Using Public and Private Drinking and Wastewater Infrastructure Georgianna Strode(1), Victor Mesev
Where and why there: location analytics of routine occurrences (LARO) with a case study on traffic accidents  Yanan Wu(1), May Yuan
Visualizing Spatiotemporal Epidemic Clusters on a Map-Based Dashboard: a Case Study of Early Covid-19 Cases in Singapore Hui Zhang, Chenyu Zuo(1), Linfang Ding
Examining spatio temporal patterns of dynamic transmissibility of Covid 19 Angela Yao(1), Xuebin Wei, Hao Yang
Interactive Map of Coronavirus Spread in Croatia Robert Župan(1), Stanislav Frangeš, Adam Vinković, Lovre Rupić
Room A105
T25-3. Cartography and Sustainable Development 
Chair Vít Voženílek
Routing on Geospatial Reference Information for Transport Networks of Spain Cristina Calvo(1), Alicia Gonzalez, Angel Exposito
Synthesis of Geospatial Database and Interdisciplinary to Achieve NSDS for Downtown Alexandria, Egypt Vision 2030 Mohamed Soliman(1), Tomoyuki Usami, Satoshi Imamura, Keiji Yano, Hrishikesh Ballal, Abbas Mohamed Abbas, Tharwat Abdel Fattah, Sameh El-Kafrawy, Hossam El-Sayed, Amr El-Shafie
Forest in Military Through Cartography: the Case of the McCrady Training Base Silvia Elena Piovan(1), Michael Edward Hodgson, Marco Filippini, Ludovico Maurina
Measuring Closest Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Facilities in Unhoused Communities of Los Angeles, USA Lourdes Johanna Avelar Portillo
Mapping the balance between grain supply and demand globally - GIS -based transport accessibility Ossi Kotavaara(1), Terhi Ala-Hulkko, Maija Toivanen, Anita Poturalska, Marton Magyar, Pekka Kinnunen
Definition of headwater catchment boundaries Petr Kavka(1), Ludek Strouhal, Jiri Cajthalm
Room A106
T21-2. Spatial Data Infrastructure and Standards
Chair Eufemia Tarantino
Updating of Digital Topographic Maps in the New National Spatial Coordinate System: Case Fergana Valley in Uzbekistan Dilbarkhon Fazilova(1), Hasan Magdiev
Making Progress in Determining Quality: Positional Accuracy of the New 1:25,000 Scale Digital Cartography Barbara Cubillos, Ángela Ortíz, Germán Aguilera, Sergio Rozas, Claudio Reyes, Ignacio Parada, Carlos Arriaza, Wilfredo Rubio, Patricio Gallardo, Héctor Ñuñez
Investigations towards enabling a Web-based environmental geospatial information system (Web-EGIS) in EnviDat Ionut Iosifescu Enescu(1), David Hanimann, Dominik Haas-Artho, Marius Rüetschi, Dirk Karger, Gian-Kasper Plattner, Martin Hägeli, Rebecca Buchholz, Lucia De Espona, Niklaus Zimmermann, Loïc Pellissier
Mapping in words: Standardizing cartographic terminology Serena Coetzee(1), Amy Griffin, Barend Köbben, Petr Kubicek, Francis Harvey, Dalia Veranka, Silvana Camboim, Franz-Josef Behr, Reese Plews, Harold Moellering, Terje Midtbo
CARG Geological Database: new layers, new data Loredana Battaglini(1), Roberta Carta
Room A209
T34-3. Use, User, and Usability
Chair Philippe De Maeyer
Forensic Mapping in a Civil Proceeding in South Africa Peter Schmitz(1), Kelcey Inglis, Patrick Holloway
Lived and Perceived Space during Lock-down in a Sensitive Map Approach Laurence Jolivet(1), Catherine Dominguès, Éric Mermet, Sevil Seten
Interactive Web Maps: Usability Heuristics Proposal Juliana Orro Mar Marquez(1), Tiago Silva, Paulo Meirelles
Making sense of coronavirus news maps: A multiple sorting approach Johanna Meyer(1), Danae Stanton Fraser, Julie Barnett
Adaptation of maps to pupils with severe visual impairments Alena Vondrakova(1), Katerina Becicova, Radek Barvir, Jan Brus
An Analyze of Spatial Newspapers in a Certain Period Pinar Sarin(1), Necla Ulugtekin
An exploratory digital environment for learning about southern African pre-colonial urbanism – A usability study Brenda Maina(1), Serena Coetzee, Stefania Merlo, Victoria Rautenbach
Room A210
T22-2. Sensor-Driven Mapping 
Chair Enrico Borgogno Mondino
Remote Sensing Based on Time Variance Control in Configurable Area Partitioning Stefano De Falco(1), Giulia Fiorentino
Spatial and temporal evaluation of perennial vegetation distribution in the arid areas surrounding North Horr city Velia Bigi(1), Ingrid Vigna, Elena Comino
Waterloo Building Dataset: A large scale very high spatial resolution image dataset for building rooftop extraction Hongjie He(1), Zijian Jiang, Weikai Tan, Yuwei Cai, Sarah Narges Fatholahi, Kyle Gao, Hongzhang Xu, Bingxu Hu, Liyuan Qing, Jonathan Li
Impact of neighbourhood selection methods on mobile LiDAR data classification using machine learning algorithms Salem Wagih Salem Morsy(1), Mahmoud Mohamed, Adel El-Shazly
Precision Mapping of Apple Proliferation using Multi- and Hyperspectral Data Ben Mcleod(1), Ekaterina Chuprikova, Abraham Mejia-Aguilar, Dana Barthel, Katrin Janik, Roberto Monsorno, Liqiu Meng
Room A101
T33-2. Augmented and Virtual Realities in Cartography
Chair Monica Sebillo
Changes of Locomotion Speed Affect Distance Estimations in Virtual Reality Julian Keil(1), Annika Korte, Dennis Edler, Denise O'Meara, Frank Dickmann
Spatio-temporal comparison of agent trajectory with evacuation routes in real and virtual environments Dajana Snopková(1), Ondrej Uhlík, Ondrej Kvarda, Zdenek Stachon, Petr Kubícek
Usability of building information modeling (BIM) for generating virtual geographic environments (VGEs) Ondrej Kvarda
Designing Maps for Bicycling Simulator Studies – Three Practical Approaches Andreas Keler(1), Patrick Malcolm, Georgios Grigoropoulos, Klaus Bogenberger
Evaluating distances using pictorial symbols in Augmented Reality Systems for indoor environments Luciene Delazari(1), João Victor Gomes, Marcio Schmidt
Room A103
T24-2. Cartography and Public Health
Chair Nicola Gabellieri
Modeling Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2019 (SARS-CoV-19) Incidence Across Conterminous Us Counties: a Spatial Perspective Olawale Oluwafemi(1), Oluseyi Oladepo
Will cognitive mapping hinder Alzheimer’s Disease? May Yuan, Kristen Kennedy
Bridging Research and Dissemination in the Covid-19 Era: a Webgis Dashboard for the Autonomous Province of Trento (Italy) Nicola Gabellieri, Francesco Geri, Andrea Marco Raffaele Pranzo(1), Paolo Zatelli
The Importance of Cartography in Covid-19 Pandemic Mapping Hatice Atalay(1), Necla Ulugtekin
Creating a Dynamic Map Template for National Scale Malaria Treatment Planning in Zambia Matthew Heaton
Inland water Hydrographic Survey for Mapping and Scientific Research Enrico Zanone, Erik Biscotti, Aldo Monaca, Marco Pucci(1)
Room A105
T25-4. Cartography and Sustainable Development 
Chair Menno-Jan Kraak
Mapping 17 SDGs: Unlocking the challenges and achievements of the world towards the Sustainable Development Goals using cartography Ayako Kagawa(1), Gakumin Kato, Mina Lee, Guillaume Le Sourd, Marco Lucafò, Oliva Martín Sánchez, Michael Montani
The role of topographic maps in river hydromorphology Batuhan Kilic(1), Fatih Gulgen, Meltem Celen, Mehmet Salim Oncel, Halil Nurullah Oruc, Sinem Vural
Introducing a QGIS technical supplement for Mapping for a Sustainable World Lily Houtman(1), Robert Roth
The new engineering geological map (carta litotecnica) of Tuscany (Italy) Leonardo Disperati(1), Enrico D'Addario, Lorenzo Bottai, Riccardo Giusti, Guido Lavorini, Gianni Lombardi, Elisa Mammoliti, Francesco Manetti, Lorenzo Marzini, Michele Papasidero, Michele Amaddii
Mapping Global Accessibility of Food Grains – Transport Accessibility by GIS Ossi Kotavaara(1), Terhi Ala-Hulkko, Maija Toivanen, Anita Poturalska, Marton Magyar, Pekka Kinnunen
GIS based expeditious assessments in the field of water protection Francesco Mundo(1), Massimo Peleggi, Silvana Salvati
Room A106
T19-2. Open Geospatial Data and Technologies 
Chair Silvana Philippi Camboim
Content-Based Image Retrieval for Map Georeferencing Jonas Luft(1), Jochen Schiewe
Enhancing for processing Google Maps Timeline data Tianqi Xia(1), Hiroshi Kanasugi, Zipei Fan, Ruochen Si, Chuyao Feng, Hiroshi Takayasu, Ryosuke Shibasaki
Open Data – Open Software: Implementing Geospatial Requirements in EnviDat with an Open-Source Stack Ionut Iosifescu Enescu(1), David Hanimann, Dominik Haas-Artho, Marius Rüetschi, Dirk Karger, Gian-Kasper Plattner, Martin Hägeli, Rebecca Buchholz, Lucia De Espona, Niklaus Zimmermann, Loïc Pellissier
An innovative global cloudless satellite map Nicolas Bozon, Petr Pridal, Martin Kostal(1)
High resolution land use map for eco-hydrological modelling from IACS/LPIS geodata conflation Flavio Lupia(1), Davide Rizzi, Diego Gallinelli, Pietro Macedoni, Fabio Pierangeli, Salvatore Carfì, Giuseppe Pulighe
Room A209
T34-4. Use, User, and Usability 
Chair Silvia Elena Piovan
User Study on Informationally Equivalent Thematic Maps for Map Use Tasks Katarzyna Slomska-Przech(1), Izabela Golebiowska
An end-user evaluation to explore the effectiveness of cartograms for mapping spatial accessibility Aldo Arranz-López(1), Julio A Soria-Lara, Amor Ariza-Álvarez
Personalisation of data-driven storytelling Sebastian Meier(1), Fabian Dinklage, Katrin Glinka
Spatial searches for journal articles Sanet Carow Carow(1), Curtis Mashimbye, Peter Schmitz, Ruan Schoeman
The reading strategies of a map-based dashboard – acquisition and assessment Chenyu Zuo(1), Linfang Ding, Liqiu Meng
The usability of the IdroGEO web platform for the dissemination of information on landslides and floods in Italy Carla Iadanza(1), Alessandro Trigila, Paolo Starace, Alessio Dragoni, Tommaso Biondo, Marco Roccisano
Room A210
T29-2. Mapping Urban Environments
Chair Francesco Pirotti
Assessment of Gold Mining Impact on the Vegetation of Itagunmodi-Igun Drainage Basin, Southwestern Nigeria From 1972-2010: a Gis and Remote Sensing Approach Olawale Oluwafemi(1), Akinola Akinwumiju, Oluseyi Oladepo
Using interactive StoryMaps for presenting the work of an 18th century architect Elena Pfister(1), Stefan Sauer, Daniela Wenzel, Jan Wilkening
Local Climate Zone Mapping of Tirana, Albania Anja Cenameri(1), Gáspár Albert
Obstacles risk modeling in aerodromes protection zones Andrea Lopes Iescheck(1), Gabriela Falavigna, Sergio Souza
Diagnosis of the current situation of the cadastre and its relationship with systematic topographic mapping Andrea Lopes Iescheck(1), Claudia Robbi Sluter, Andrea Flavia Carneiro, Daniela Regina Pontes, José Antonio Gediel
Classifying Tourists’ Photos and Exploring Tourism Destination Image Using a Deep Learning Model Nahye Cho, Youngok Kang, Soyeon Park, Jiyeon Kim(1)
Saturday, December 18  
The School Of Humanities, University Of Florence  
Room A101
T32-1. Military Mapping
Chair Cosimo Palagiano
New Topographic Maps for the Czech Armed Forces Václav Talhofer, Lubos Belka(1), Filip Dohnal
The new Italian map at 1:50.000 scale: M793 Map Series Giuseppe Giustolisi
Forests as Protagonists on Battlefields: the case studies of Rivers Bridge and Honey Hill Through the Lens of a HGIS Ludovico Maurina(1), Silvia Elena Piovan, Michael Edward Hodgson, Marco Filippini
Soviet Military City Plans Analysed: A Case Study from Israel and Denmark Gad Schaffer(1), Stig Roar Svenningsen
The Soviet Military City Plan of Florence (1986) Alexander Kent
Field sketching - today and at the beginning of professional military mapping Beata Medyńska-Gulij
Room A103
T28-1. Cartography in Digital Humanities
Chair Maria Paradiso
A Survey on the Evolution of the Chinese Cadastral System Chenjing Jiao(1), Lorenz Hurni
Understanding Election Results with Different Types of Maps Kristina Spörl(1), Jan Wilkening, Sabine Kirschenbauer
A GIS database documenting the historical geography of south-central Transylvania in the Modern Age (1699-1867) Andrei Nacu
The Heian-kyo Site’s Database and Platform: Their Construction and Utilization Mikiharu Takeuchi(1), Keiji Yano
Cartographic sources for the reconstruction of the Syro-Palestinian landscape in the Late Antiquity Margherita Azzari(1), Carmelo Pappalardo, Anna Lena
  Beyond East and West - Geocommunicating Historical Sacred Landscapes Markus Breier(1), Karel Kriz, Alexander Pucher
Room A105
T17-2. Marine Cartography
Chair Marco Pierozzi
Toward a Marine Road Network for Ship Passage Planning and Monitoring Sean Kohlbrenner(1), Matthew Eager, Nilan Phommachanh, Amith Kashyap, Christos Kastrisios, Val Schmidt
The Lebanese nautical cartographic plan development Marta Pratellesi(1), Manuela Milli, Afif Ghaith, Christian Fahed
Development of electronic nautical charts for pleasure boating market with high-density data Cristina Tirone(1), Manuela Milli
The influence of the electronic navigational charts over maritime services Valentino Palma
Nautical Charts Generalization: A Pragmatic Approach Andriani Skopeliti(1), Lysandros Tsoulos, Leda Stamou, Shachak Pe Eri
Room A106
T33-3. Augmented and Virtual Realities in Cartography 
Chair Grazia Tucci
Immersive Deep Maps for Inaccessible Heritage Sites Alisa Pettitt
Spatial Knowledge Acquisition During MR based Navigation in Complicated Environments Bing Liu(1), Shengkai Wang
Knowledge visualization with location-based concept mapping in mixed reality Shengkai Wang(1), Bing Liu
Research on Neural Style Transfer Method for the Expression of Historical and Cultural Characteristics of 3D Virtual Scenario Shuai Hong (1), Jie Shen, Menghe Wang, Nina Sun
3D printed mountain area with augmented reality for education purposes Dobrin Petkov
Room A101
T26-T36. Cartography, Privacy, Ethics, and Perspectives
Chair Paola Zamperlin
Integrating Cybercartography and Cybernetics in the Circle of All Nations Indigenous mapping exemplar of William Commanda Romola V Thumbadoo(1), Fraser Taylor
Cybercartography Revisited Fraser, D R Taylor
Accessibility and connection: the challenges of the reconstruction and the promotion of cultural heritage Luisa Carbone(1), Miriam Noto, Luca Lucchetti
LBS as Vectors of Influence Maximilian Gartner
Room A103
T28-2. Cartography in Digital Humanities 
Chair Maria Ronza
Mapping academic migration of German-affiliated researchers across countries using 8 million Scopus publications from 1996 to 2020 Xinyi Zhao(1), Samin Aref, Emilio Zagheni, Guy Stecklov
Historical Cartography Analysis for a Design of Cultural Itineraries in the Lower Guadalquivir Rebeca Merino Del Río
Tianjin Time Machine Aurélia Desplain(1), Davide Gherdevich
Virtual reconstruction of historical landscapes: a 3D environment to contextualise data in space and time Margherita Azzari(1), Vincenzo Bologna, Pauline Deguy
Mapping geohistorical narratives: The Grand Duchy of Lithuania borderlands infrastructures project, 18th century Alberto Giordano(1), Jurgita Verbickiene, Martynas Jalkulis, Andrej Ryckov, Aivaras Poska, Tim Cole
Room A105
T30-1. Theoretical Cartography
Chair Margherita Azzari
Definition of the Map Miljenko Lapaine(1), Terje Midtbø, Georg Gartner, Temenoujka Bandrova, Tao Wang, Jie Shen
Epistemological Thoughts on the Success of Maps and the Role of Cartography David Fairbairn (1), Georg Gartner, Michael Peterson
A Framework of Pan-Maps: Facilitating a Unification of Maps and Map-Likes Yebin Chen(1), Shen Ying, Ding Ma, Renzhong Guo, Zhigang Zhao, Zhilin Li
Putting mapper on a map: cartographic visualizatios of topological data analysis Jim Thatcher(1), David Retchless, Courtney Thatcher, Kristine Jones
A spatial second-order non-stationary interpolation method for large area mapping Peng Luo(1), Yongze Song
Visual Search Performance in Maps by Brazilian Population Ítalo De Sena(1), Zdenek Stachon, Cenek Sasinka, Petr Kubícek
Room A106
T35-1. Map Projections
Chair Lynn Usery
Best Cylindrical Map Projections According to the Undesirability of Angular and Areal Distortions Krisztián Kerkovits
Conic Projections With Three or More Standard Parallels Miljenko Lapaine
Redefining of “EPSG” and “Proj4” for Current State Coordinate Reference System of the Republic of North Macedonia Bashkim Idrizi