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SPATIO-TEMPORAL DATA ANALYSIS Contacts

Environmental data and applications have some peculiar Antonino Marvuglia – Cork Constraint Computation Centre
features that make them distinct from typical applications of (4C), University College Cork
other areas of applied computer science. During recent years, a.marvuglia@4c.ucc.ie
this has led to the development of Environmental Informatics
or Enviromatics (Environmental Information and Decision Mikhail Kanevski – Institute of Geomatics and Analysis of
Support Systems). It is a novel field of Applied Informatics Risk (IGAR), University of Lausanne
which studies specific problems involving the application of mikhail.kanevski@unil.ch S4 ENVISA 2010
computer science techniques to environmental problems. The
Beniamino Murgante – Laboratory of Urban and Territorial
21-22 June 2010, Cork, Ireland
same methodological and conceptual framework is shared by Systems (LISUT), University of Basilicata
Computational Sustainability: “an interdisciplinary field that beniamino.murgante@unibas.it
aims to apply techniques from computer science, information
science, operations research, applied mathematics, and
statistics for balancing environmental, economic, and
Cork Constraint
Colloquium on
societal needs for sustainable development”. The ultimate
aim of these new and continuously evolving areas of modern
Computation Centre (4C) Spatio-Temporal Data
research is computational and mathematical models to
support decision making in challenging real world problems Analysis
related to the often misused or vaguely defined concept of University College Cork
"sustainability". Western Gateway Building, Cork, Ireland
Phone: +353 21 4205962
The colloquium will provide cutting-edge data analysis and University College Cork (UCC)
Website: www.4c.ucc.ie
modeling tools for a variety of practical applications by Western Gateway Building
presenting concepts, algorithms, and case studies related to Western Road
environmental problems. Attendees can expect a series of Institute of Geomatics and Room 1.07
presentations on spatio-temporal data organization, analysis, Risk Analysis (IGAR)
modelling. University of Lausanne
Amphipôle - CH-1015 Lausanne
The colloquium will be useful both for beginning users and
- Switzerland
advanced researchers alike.
Phone: +41 21 692 35 30
Website: http://www.unil.ch/igar

Laboratory of Engineering
of Urban and Territorial
Systems (LISUT)
University of Basilicata
viale dell'Ateneo Lucano 10
85100 - Potenza
Phone: +39 0971 205125
Website: http://www.lisut.org
Department of Computer Science
Cork Constraint Computation Centre
June 21st 2010 15,00 Paul Leahy – Department of Civil Engineering, Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis for the Evaluation
University College Cork, Ireland of Migration Flows: The Italian Case
09,15 E. Freuder – Director of Cork Constraint Hybrid ANN model for prediction of river levels over
Computation Centre (4C): Greetings and time
12,30 LUNCH
introduction to the colloquium 15,30 Loris Foresti – Institute of Geomatics and Risk
09,30 Carla Gomes (Keynote speaker) – Institute for Analysis (IGAR), University of Lausanne,
Computational Sustainability (ICS), Cornell Switzerland Tutorial
University, USA GeoKernels: application of kernel based methods for
Computational Sustainability: Computational geo- and environmental sciences 14,00 Mikhail Kanevski – Institute of Geomatics and Risk
Methods for a Sustainable Environment, Economy, Analysis (IGAR), University of Lausanne,
16,00 James Haworth, Tao Cheng, Jaiqiu Wang – Dept. Switzerland
and Society of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, Tutorial TITLE
10,30 Mikhail Kanevski – Institute of Geomatics and Risk University College London, U.K.
Analysis (IGAR), University of Lausanne, Kernel Based approach for Space-time analysis 19,30 SOCIAL DINNER
Switzerland
Machine learning and geostatistics for environmental
June 22nd 2010
data. Review of problems and Corresponding models
11,00 Vasily Demyanov – Heriot–Watt Institute, 09,30 Barry O'Sullivan – Cork Constraint Computation
Edinburgh, U.K. Centre (4C), University College Cork, Ireland
Uncertainty Quantification of geospatial models: Enda Keane – Treemetrics, Cork, Ireland
Bayesian statistics and Machine learning Biodiversity prediction in a forest environment in
Ireland
11,30 Vadim Timonin – Institute of Geomatics and Risk
Analysis (IGAR), University of Lausanne, 10,00 Ioannis Dokas – Cork Constraint Computation
Switzerland Centre (4C), University College Cork, Ireland
Analysis and treatment of geospatial data using The project SCEWA - Supporting the Concept of
Machine Learning Office Early Warning Analysis: A short description The colloquium is organized by the working group ENVISA
12,00 Michele Volpi – Institute of Geomatics and Risk 10,30 Gordon Rios, Antonino Marvuglia – Cork (Environmental Issues in Spatial Analysis) under the
Analysis (IGAR), University of Lausanne, Constraint Computation Centre (4C), University umbrella of the international research network named S4
Switzerland College Cork, Ireland (Spatial Simulations for Social Sciences).
Active learning of remote sensing images Bayesian Networks for time series forecasting It is hosted by the Cork Constraint Computation Centre
11,00 Jiaqiu Wang, Tao Cheng – Dept. of Civil, (University College Cork, Ireland) within the project
12,30 LUNCH Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, University "Constraint Reasoning Extended to Enhance Decision
College London, U.K. Support" (CREEDS) supported by European Commission,
14,00 Paul Harris – National Centre for Geocomputation STARIMA for Traffic Flow Prediction Marie Curie DEV Transfer Of Knowledge scheme.
(NCG), National University of Ireland, Maynooth,
11,30 Christian Kaiser – Institute of Geomatics and Risk
Ireland
Analysis (IGAR), University of Lausanne,
Developing a Statistical Methodology to Improve
Switzerland
Classification and Mapping of Seabed Type from
Analysis, simulations and geo-visualization of socio-
Deep Water Multi-Beam Echo Sounder (MBES) Data
economic and demographic data
14,30 Tabbasum Natz – Cork Constraint Computation
12.00 Beniamino Murgante, Grazia Scardaccione,
Centre (4C), University College Cork, Ireland
Francesco Scorza, Giuseppe Las Casas –
Managing Marine Data: Irish Case Study
Laboratory of Engineering of Urban and Territorial
http://s4.parisgeo.cnrs.fr
Systems (LISUT), University of Basilicata, Italy