From 3-6 of July I took part in the 17th International Conference on Computational Science and Applications (ICCSA 2017) in Trieste, Italy. ICCSA 2017 is over and as conference participant I had a great time listening to outstanding presentations in the field of computer science, remote sensing and geoinformatics. There have been some very interesting sessions. Just one detail has to criticized in my opinion: In almost every session I was attending, there was at least one speaker missing, so several talks I was curious to listen to, didn’t take place. Nevertheless, all in all the conference and the time with many interesting discussions has been great. I got good feedback on my talks on automated web based geoprocessing of rental data and on the TET-1 fire experiment of the German aerospace service (DLR).
I look forward to Springer’s LNCS book (Lecture notes of computational science and it’s applications), which should be published at the 10th of August.
Meanwhile, for everybody interested and as a little teaser to my forthcoming article, here you can find the slides of my presentation titled: “Automated web-based geoprocessing of rental prices”. Basically this project was a proof of concept of realising the workflow from autmatically fetching, parsing, filtering and after tests of autocorrelation Kriging + mapping rental prices.
Here you can download the slides: 2017_Automated_web_based_processing_Real_estate_data_28_06_17_new_design.pdf (195 Downloads)
Here two impressions from the beautiful venue of Trieste, home of Illy Esspresso: