There is no strict limit on who we perceive as a young cartographer. If you perceive yourself as a next generation cartographer, you are welcome to join us!
Are you working on your thesis, dissertation or another research project? Or did you just finish something you would like to share? The workshop for next generation cartographers tries to provide a safe space for young scientist to share their work and connect with fellows. To participate, you don’t need to be a “traditional cartographer”. If you are working with spatial data, then you are in the right place. The focus of the workshop is on discussions and knowledge exchange between young academics.
Time and Location
20.09.2022, 4 to 6pm – Kontaktraum, Technical University Vienna
We will meet at 3:45pm in the foyer of the main conference building and walk over to the workshop room.
The “Next Generation Cartographers” workshop is part of EuroCarto (19-21.09.2022), in cooperation with other ICA workshops.
Related to the Commission on Map Design
Mapping the historical landscape of southern Transylvania and its German-speaking minority in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Andrei Nacu, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities in Sibiu (Hermannstadt)
Rethinking national atlas: finding tools to create a decolonial atlas
Olesia Ignateva, Technische Universität Wien
Cartographic Knowledge Production
Related to the Commission on Education and Training
Map generalization today – Problem solved or not?
Mathias Gröbe, Technische Universität Dresden
Database of geomorphometric parameters of scoria cones: Earth vs. Mars
Fanni Vörös, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University
Novel Cartographic Applications
Related to the Commission on User Experience
Video games and Virtual Reality applications to teach science and fieldwork
Daniel Kramer, Université de Sherbrooke & University Centre in Svalbard
Gaze-aware mobile map assistant: GAMMA
Keskin Merve, Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, National Land Survey of Finland
Empiric Research in Cartography
Related to the Commission on Cognitive Issues in Geographic Information Visualization
How We See Time – And how we don’t?
Verena Klasen, University of Augsburg
Visual attention and neuro-cognitive processes in map use
Tong Qin, Ghent University
Directly after the workshop, the official conference dinner will take place at Zwölf-Apostel-Keller, Sonnenfelsgasse 3, 1010 Wien. We offer to jointly go to the dinner location and hope to continue our conversations there in an even less formal setting. We will have a reserved table for all workshop participants.
Beyond the discussions and exchange throughout the workshop, we would like to document the workshop and the perspectives of “next generation cartographers”. We, therefore, plan to work on a joint publication after the workshop. Everyone is welcome to join us in this endeavour.
The workshop is part of EuroCarto, therefore, free for all conference participants. If you are a local student, and you can only participate in the workshop, please get in touch.
- Edyta Paulina Bogucka, Technical University Munich
- Florian Ledermann, Technical University Vienna
- Sebastian Meier, Potsdam University of Applied Sciences
- Robert Roth, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Katarzyna Słomska-Przech, Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences
The workshop is supported by the ICA’s UX Commission and the DGfK’s Research Commission.
Code of Conduct
This workshop is specifically for young scientists. Young scientists with diverse backgrounds, in different stages of their careers and different perspectives. The workshop should provide a safe space for knowledge exchange, discussions and learning from one another. We wish for respectful and thoughtful interactions throughout the event.
If you have any questions, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org.