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MINT:labs MINT:labs for the Science City Itzling   B Background In recent years, Science City Itzling has developed into a nationally recognized location in the fields of chemistry, physics, materials research, computer science, human-computer interaction, data science and geoinformatics, with strengths both in basic research and in applications. The aggregation of important institutions from university [...]


Urban Spaces

Provide a theoretical foundation for the first law of geography through proximity-similarity relationships, and quantify neighbourhood boundaries and of hierarchical relationships between intra-urban neighbourhoods

Urban Spaces2021-03-01T12:27:22+01:00

Urban Mobility Lab

Urbanes Mobilitätslabor B Background The initiative Urban Mobility Laboratories (UML) of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit) supports the creation of novel, experimental environments in which innovative mobility and transport solutions can be researched, tested and implemented by science and industry together with citizens, politics and administration as well as other stakeholder [...]

Urban Mobility Lab2021-03-01T12:11:58+01:00

Malawi Atlas

Malawi Atlas Malawi Disaster Management Portal   The MalawiAtlas is a web portal that visualizes geospatial data in the context of disaster management. It contains various layers containing UAV images, demographic data, lancover and natural hazards. It also has a print functionality that enables the user to export PDFs of the viewed map. Furthermore it [...]

Malawi Atlas2021-03-01T12:12:05+01:00


  SINUS Sensor Integration for Urban Risk Prediction   B Background The project ‘SINUS’ (Sensor Integration for Urban Risk Prediction) explores the feasibility of matching wearable physiological sensors with data interfaces of urban data ecosystems for improving the current state of the art of predicting risk patterns for vulnerable road users in urban road networks. [...]


Music Map

Music Map   B Background Music is bound to space and time, i.e. it is played, sung, created, heard, practiced, imparted, taught etc. at a certain place at a certain time. Within the framework of the Salzburg Music Map, an extensive data collection on the spatio-temporal distribution of music and musical practices in the city [...]

Music Map2021-03-01T12:12:17+01:00


Social media targeting dashboard for online fundraising activities   M Methods New donors are identified through their activity on social media networks such as current and past tweets, posts and statements in social media that can reflect their emotional involvement in an event. These activities are prefiltered with state of the art machine learning algorithms [...]


L’d Up

L'd Up   A study of the L train disruption in New York City     B Background In the spring of 2019, the L train in New York City will undergo a sustained period of repairs. We can learn a lot about the value of transportation infrastructure by observing the effects of this disruption. [...]

L’d Up2021-03-01T12:11:20+01:00


POSITIM Pre- and Post-Evaluation of Interventions in the Urban Mobility Space B Background Interventions in urban space are happening frequently. These can be classical maintenance of the infrastructure but also projects for increasing the attractivity of the district. These changes have an high impact on the human perception, but is very seldom investigated in detail. [...]



Improving Walking Conditions for Pedestrians by Combining “People as Sensors” data with Data from Existing Approaches   M Methods The project Walk&Feel conducts a study with 60 test persons in three different areas. The test persons will wear smartbands that measures physiological characteristics like blood pressure volume, skin temperature and galvanic skin response. Additionally the [...]

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