State of the Map 2019 is taking place from 21 to 23 September 2019 in Heidelberg, Germany. We have created an exciting program for you. On this page, we present the programme of the academic track taking place on Sunday, 22 September. The programme of the general track on all three days can be found on a different page.

Sunday

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09:00 Bridging the Map? Exploring Interactions between the Academic and Mapping Communities in OpenStreetMap
A. Yair Grinberger, Marco Minghini, Levente Juhász, Peter Mooney, Godwin Yeboah
09:30 no recording OpenStreetMap as Space
Dipto Sarkar, So Hoi Kay
10:00 Analysis of OSM data through OSM-Notes user posting
Toshikazu Seto, Hiroshi Kanasugi, Yuichiro Nishimura
10:30 A novel application of models of species abundance to better understand OpenStreetMap Community structure and interactions
Peter Mooney
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 no recording Towards Scalable Geospatial Remote Sensing for Efficient OSM Labeling
Rui Zhang, Marcus Freitag, Conrad Albrecht, Siyuan Lu, Wei Zhang
12:00 Estimating latent energy demand of buildings
Nikola Milojevic-Dupont, Peter-Paul Pichler, Lynn H. Kaack, Steffen Lohrey, Felix Creutzig
12:30 Client-side route planning: preprocessing the OpenStreetMap road network for Routable Tiles
Harm Delva, Julián Rojas, Ben Abelshausen, Pieter Colpaert, Ruben Verborgh
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Intrinsic assessment of OpenStreetMap contribution patterns through Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis
Marco Minghini, Daniele Oxoli, Francesco Frassinelli, Maria Antonia Brovelli
14:30 Corporate Editors in the Evolving Landscape of OpenStreetMap: A Close Investigation of the Impact to the Map & Community
Jennings Anderson, Dipto Sarkar, Leysia Palen
15:00 Exploring the Effects of Pokémon Go Vandalism on OpenStreetMap
Levente Juhász, Hartwig Hochmair, Sen Qiao, Tessio Novack
15:30 Analyzing the spatio-temporal patterns and impacts of large-scale data production events in OpenStreetMap
A. Yair Grinberger, Moritz Schott, Martin Raifer, Rafael Troilo, Alexander Zipf
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Development after Displacement: Using OSM data to measure SDG indicators at informal settlements
Hannah Friedrich, Jamon Van Den Hoek, David Wrathall, Anna Ballasiotes
17:00 Analysis of OpenStreetMap data quality at different stages of a participatory mapping process: Evidence from informal urban settings
Godwin Yeboah, Rafael Troilo, Vangelis Pitidis, João Porto de Albuquerque
17:30 Assessing the Completeness of Urban Green Spaces in OpenStreetMap
Christina Ludwig, Robert Hecht, Sven Lautenbach
18:00 poster event in the Mathematikon building (including drinks and some food)