AutoCarto 2022 Presentations



Opening Session

(videos: full session | Jack Dangermond | Clint Brown | Tim Trainor)

Plenary 1. Ethics in Mapping: Inclusion

Wed. 10:30-12:00. Auditorium
Moderator: Marguerite Madden

Christine Luckasavitch (slides | video)

D.R. Fraser Taylor (slides | video)
Vanessa Knoppke-Wetzel (slides | video)
Reginald Archer (slides | video)

(discussion | full session video)

Plenary 2. Ethics in Mapping: Integrity

Thurs. 8:30-10:00. Auditorium
Moderator: Angela Yao

Liqui Meng (slides | video)

Nadine Alameh (slides | video)
David A. Padgett (slides | video)
Bo Zhao (slides | video)

(discussion | full session video)

Plenary 3. Ethics in Mapping: Empathy

Fri. 8:30-10:00. Auditorium
Moderator: Marguerite Madden

Trisalyn Nelson (slides | video)

Sam Stehle (slides | video)
Clinton Johnson (slides | video)
Mathew Hauer (slides | video)

(discussion | full session video)

Session 1. Inclusion in Cartography and GIScience

Wed. 1:30 – 3:00 pm. Auditorium
Moderator: Barry Kronenfeld

Cartographic Aspects of Animated Epidemiological Dashboards: A Human Subjects Experiment
Kwang-il Yoo and Barry Kronenfeld (slides | video)

Mapping the Unequal Risk of Police Violence: A Critical Response to Predictive Policing
Elisabeth Sedano and Christopher Hayner (slides | video)

Subjective and Objective Evaluation of Data Quality Visualization Methods on Navigational Charts
Christos Kastrisios and Colin Ware (slides | video)

Thematic Tactile Maps for Blind and Visually-Impaired People: A Conceptual Cartographic Framework for Map Creation using Open-Source Data and LCD Printing Technology
Yi-Rong Chen and Stephan van Gasselt (slides | video)

Session 2. Geotracking and Social Networks

Wed. 1:30 – 3:00 pm. Q1 West EBR
Moderator: Marguerite Madden

A Geospatial Analysis of Animal Movement: Why did the elephant cross the Zambezi?
Molly Azami, Marguerite Madden, Ferrell Osborn, Andrea Presotto, Will Langbauer, Malvern Karidozo (slides | video)

Multi-Granular Geovisualizations of Public Perceptions of COVID-19 through the Lens of Twitter
Binbin Lin, Lei Zou, Mingzheng Yang and Bing Zhou (slides | video)

Quantifying the impacts of social infrastructure on human networks
Yalin Yang, Yanan Wu and May Yuan (slides | video)

Examining Journey to Overdose Using Spatial Social Network Analysis
Amir Masoud Forati, Rina Ghose and John Mantsch (slides | video)

Session 3. Machine Learning and GeoAI in Cartography

Wed. 3:30 – 5:00 pm. Auditorium
Moderator: Angela Yao

Neural Networks for Generalized Relief Shading, Contour Lines and Coastlines
Bernhard Jenny, Dilpreet Singh, Bridget Walker, Tom Patterson, Magnus Heitzler, Marianna Farmakis-Serebryakova, Lorenz Hurni and Timofey Samsonov (slides | video)

Modeling the spatiotemporally dynamic transmissibility of Covid-19 with machin Update. e learning
Hao Yang and Angela Yao (slides | video)

May AI Help You? Automatic Settlement Selection for Small-Scale Maps Using Selected Machine Learning Models
Izabela Karsznia, Robert Weibel and Stefan Leyk (slides | video)

A Review and Synthesis of Recent GeoAI Research for Cartography: Methods, Applications, and Ethics
Yuhao Kang, Song Gao and Robert Roth (slides | video)

Session 4. Power of Maps for Equity and Social Justice 1

Thur. 10:30 am -12:00 pm. Auditorium
Moderator: Sarah Battersby

Overlooked Voices under Strict Lockdown: Mapping Humanitarian Needs in 2022 Shanghai COVID-19 Outbreak
Bing Zhou, Lei Zou, Mingzheng Yang, Binbin Lin and Debayan Mandal (slides | video)

MixMap: Exploring User-Driven Semantic Similarity of Places
Grant McKenzie, Sarah Battersby and Vidya Setlur (slides | video)

The unequal impact of COVID-19: An analysis of mobility behaviors of socially vulnerable populations
Hoeyun Kwon and Caglar Koylu (slides | video)

Spatiotemporal Flood Exposure Changes in the CONUS from 2001 – 2016
Jinwen Xu and Yi Qiang (slides | video)

Session 5. Uncertainty in Geospatial Data

Thur. 10:30 am -12:00 pm. Q1 West EBR
Moderator: Somayeh Dodge

Mapping Spatial and Temporal Variability in Mobility Patterns in California During 2020-2022
Evgeny Noi, Alexander Rudolph and Somayeh Dodge (slides | video)

Forest Composition Assessment from High-Resolution Remotely Sensed Imagery
Abishek Poudel and Eddie Bevilacqua (slides | video)

Spatial Data In the Age of COVID-19. Lessons learned in managing, serving, and teaching with public health data
Stacy Curry-Johnson, Natalie Robbins and Wernke Steven (slides | video)

Enhancing and Validating GeoNames Data with Digital Nautical Charts Data: A Case Study in the Mapping of Freeform Map Label
Dakotah Maguire, Jason Kaufman, Alexandre Sorokine and Robert Stewart (slides | video)

Session 6. Power of Maps for Equity and Social Justice (2)

Thur. 1:30 – 3:00 pm. Auditorium
Moderator: Thomas Pingel

Understanding perception of different urban thermal model visualizations
Gunjan Barua, Thomas J. Pingel and Theodore C. Lim (slides | video)

Towards Humanitarian GIScience: Myriad Maps in an Applied Forensic Humanitarian Context
Molly Miranker and Alberto Giordano (slides | video)

Exploring the health disparity of long-term PM2.5 exposure with advanced PM2.5 mapping and hospital admission records
Guofeng Cao (slides | video)

Interactive Web Mapping for Multi-Criteria Assessment of Redistricting Plans
Jacob Kruse, Song Gao, Yuhan Ji and Kenneth Mayer (slides | video)

Session 7. Empathy and Integrity in Cartography and GIScience

Thur. 1:30 – 3:00 pm. Q1 West EBR
Moderator: Amy Rock

Developing racial equity and social justice learning content with inclusive and culturally sensitive considerations
Niki Wong (slides | video)

Mapping the Historical Landscapes of the Underground Railroad
Jeremy Mennis (slides | video)

Visual Storytelling with Maps: Update and Outlook from an Empirical Study
Zihan Song, Robert Roth, Lily Houtman, Tim Prestby, Alicia Iverson and Song Gao (slides | video)

Developing synthetic individual-level population datasets: The case of contextualizing maps of privacy-preserving census data
Yue Lin and Ningchuan Xiao (slides | video)

Session 8. Diversity, Ethics, and Equality

Thur. 3:30 – 5:00 pm. Auditorium
Moderator: Rex Cammack

On Cognitive Justice and Trans-Ontological Approaches for Ecosystem Services and Earth Observation (Eo) Ecosystem Accounting
Christy Caudill, Fraser Taylor, Peter Pulsifer and Gordon Osinski (slides | video)

Can There Be a Spatial Data Science Ethics?
David DiBiase and Anthony Robinson (slides | video)

Learning Proper and Ethical Data Classification for Thematic Maps
Rex Cammack (slides | video)

Analyze emergency-vehicle dispatches in Dallas, Texas, USA
Yanan Wu, Yalin Yang and May Yuan (slides | video)

Session 9. Use and Misuse of Geographic Information in Social Media

Thur. 3:30 – 5:00 pm. Q1 West EBR
Moderator: Heng Cai

Uncertainties in Geolocating Social Media Data for Disaster Research
Debayan Mandal, Lei Zou, Heng Cai, Binbin Lin, Bing Zhou, Joynal Abedin and Mingzheng Yang (slides | video)

Empowering Disaster Response with Social Media and GeoAI: Opportunities and Challenges
Lei Zou, Bing Zhou, Binbin Lin, Debayan Mandal, Heng Cai, Mingzheng Yang and Joynal Abedin (slides | video)

Ethical Analysis of Geosocial Data to Balance Social and Individual Interests
Dirk Burghardt and Alexander Dunkel (slides | video)

A Web-Based Geographic Framework to Detect and Visualize Space-Time Clusters of Covid-19
Yu Lan and Eric Delmelle (slides | video)

Session 10. Special Session in Memory of Lynn Usery

Fri. 10:30 am -12:00 pm. Auditorium
Moderator: Gaurav Sinha

Opening comments
Samantha Arundel (video)

Comparing Line Feature Morphology with Scale Specific Sinuosity Distributions: A Modified Earth Mover’s Distance
Barry Kronenfeld, Barbara Buttenfield, Ethan Shavers and Larry Stanislawski (slides | video)

Cognition and Perception of Map Projections: A Review
Fritz Kessler and Sarah Battersby (slides | video)

Evaluating methods for automated mapping of apexes of non-linear eminences
Genevieve Joly, Gaurav Sinha and Wael Hassan (slides | video)

Session 11. Spatialization and Modeling

Fri. 1:30 am -2:30 pm. Q1 West EBR
Moderator: Samantha Arundel

CroScalar: A Muti-Scale Modeling Framework for Spatio-Temporal Data
Yi Qiang and Barbara Buttenfield (slides)

Lowering the bar for lidar point cloud exploration and use in mapping
Ethan Shavers and Lawrence Stanislawski (slides)

Towards a Geomorphologically-Plausible Spatialization of Graph Data
Antoni Moore (slides)

Session 12. Student Success in Empowering Social Goods with Cartography and GIScience (Panel Session)

Fri. 1:30 pm -2:30 pm. Auditorium
Moderator: Lei Zou

Ensheng Dong
Yuhao Kang
Hoeyun Kwon
Bing Zhou
(full session video)


Thurs. and Fri. during morning and afternoon Networking Breaks. Q1 Lobby
Moderator: Amy Rock

Landslide identification in Hong Kong using generative adversarial networks based on inventory data
Xiaoyi Wu and Anran Zheng

Hungarian Gazetteer of Maghrebian place names
Alasli Malak

Geo-Spatial Determinants of High Homelessness
Hafsa Aasi

Toward Human-Machine Interaction: An Interactivity Analysis of the Existing COVID-19 Dashboards
Mohsen Ahmadkhani, David Haynes II and Joe Numainville

Estimating and mapping wildfire risk and its impacts on residents in the San Francisco Bay Area region
My-Thu Tran

Closing Session


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