The Research Group Geoinformation in the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation at the Vienna University of Technology is dedicated to advancing research and education in Spatial Information Theory and Geographic Information Science. We are interested in virtually every aspect of data and information concerning large-scale space (and time) and its processes.
We currently focus on ontology and semantics of geographic space, category theory and its implication to spatial data processing, accuracy and precision of geographic data and its impact on computation, computational models of time-dependent geographic phenomena, and spatial optimization problems and their solution procedures.
Applications of our work are countless. Vehicle and pedestrian navigation, interoperability of geographic information technology, spatial decision support are just some examples.
We introduce students and young scholars to modern concepts of geographic/spatial information that span many disciplines such as ontology, geography, geometry, algebra, and computing. We seek this through a series of funded projects, as well as a variety of courses on geographic data acquisition, cadastral surveying and adjustment computation, spatial data modeling, spatial data communication, algorithm development and programming, geographic information systems, and spatial analysis.
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Vienna University of Technology
Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation
Research Group Geoinformation
Gusshausstrasse 27-29 E127
A-1040 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 1 58801 12711
Fax: +43 1 58801 12799
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Andrew U. Frank was elected 2nd assistant chairman of the TU Wien Senat.
Anka Lisec arrived in Vienna. She will stay for 3 months and work with Gerhard Navratil on cadastral questions.
Heidelinde Hobel joined the team. Welcome
Franz-Benjamin Mocnik joined the team. Welcome
Thomas Fuhrmann was awarded the Diplomarbeitspreis der Stadt Wien. Congratulations!
Markus Mayr joined the team. Welcome
Gerhard Navratil was invited to present his ideas at the impulse day for a modern reference system for Austria at the BEV
The fusion of the three institutes in the geoscience group is accomplished. We are now part of the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation with 7 research groups.
The exam dates for WS2012/13 are available in TISS
Daniel R. Montello (Department of Geography, UCSB) visited the institute and made a presentation with the title "Cognitive Regions in Geography and Geographic Information Science"
Paolo Fogliaroni joined our team. Welcome on board!
Jürgen Hahn joined our team. Welcome on board!
Gwen Wilke defended her PhD and is now Dr. Wilke. Congratulations!
Excursion geoinformation will take place on June 15/16. For more information contact Amin Abdalla
Exam dates for written can be found in TISS
Thomas Linton joined the team as a system administrator. Welcome back!