Geovisual analysis of VGI for understanding people’s behaviour in relation to multi-faceted context (EVA-VGI 2)
Prof. Dirk Burghardt, Dresden | Prof. Stefan Wrobel, Bonn | Prof. Ross Purves, Zürich

WorldKG: World-Scale Completion of Geographic Knowledge
Dr. Elena Demidova, L3S Research Center, Hannover

Visual analysis of volunteered geographic information for interactive situation modeling and real-time event assessment (VA4VGI 2)
Professor Dr. Thomas Ertl, Stuttgart | Dr. Steffen Koch, Stuttgart

Information Discovery from Big Earth Observation Data Archives by Learning from Volunteered Geographic Information (IDEAL-VGI)
Prof. Dr. Begüm Demir, Berlin | Prof. Dr. Alexander Zipf, Heidelberg | Dr. Sven Lautenbach, Heidelberg | Dr. Michael Schultz, Heidelberg | M.Sc. Tristan Kreuziger, Berlin | M.Sc. Moritz Schott, Heidelberg

Inferring Personalized Multi-criteria Routing Models from Sparse Sets of Voluntarily Contributed Trajectories
Professor Dr.-Ing. Jan-Henrik Haunert, Bonn | M. Sc. Axel Forsch, Bonn

Uncertainty-Aware Enrichment of Animal Movement Trajectories by VGI
Professor Dr. Daniel Keim, Konstanz | M.Sc. Philipp Meschenmoser, Konstanz

vgiReports: Accessible Reporting of Spatiotemporal Geographic Information Leveraging Generated Text and Visualization
Prof. Dr. Fabian Beck | Shahid Latif, University of Duisburg-Essen

ExpoAware – Environmental volunteered geographic information for personal exposure awareness and healthy mobility behaviour
Prof. Dr. Uwe Schlink, Leipzig

Dynamic and Customizable Exploitation of Trajectory Data
Prof. Dr. Stefan Funke, Stuttgart | Prof. Dr. Sabine Storandt, Konstanz

Improvement of Task-Oriented Visual Interpretation of VGI Point Data
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jochen Schiewe, Hamburg | M.Sc. Martin Knura, Hamburg

Projects involved in the first phase of the priority programme

Extraction and visually driven analysis of geography and dynamics of people’s reaction to events (EVA-VGI)
Prof. Dirk Burghardt, Dresden | Prof. Stefan Wrobel, Bonn | Prof. Ross Purves, Zürich

The Effects of Landmarks on Navigation Performance in VGI-based Maps
Prof. Frank Dickmann, Bochum | Prof. Lars Kuchinke, Bochum

Algorithmically-Guided User Interaction: Smart Crowdsourcing and the Extraction of Metadata from Old Maps
Dr. Thomas van Dijk, Würzburg | Prof. Alexander Wolf, Würzburg

Enabling enhancement of scientific environmental data by volunteered geographic information: Extraction and visual assessment of data from social media images (ENAP)
Prof. Doris Dransch, Potsdam | Prof. Joachim Denzler, Jena

Visual analysis of volunteered geographic information for interactive situation modeling and real-time event assessment (VA4VGI)
Prof. Thomas Ertl, Stuttgart | Dr. Steffen Koch, Stuttgart | Dr. Dennis Thom, Stuttgart

A framework for measuring the fitness for purpose of OpenStreetMap data based on intrinsic quality indicators
Dr. Hongchao Fan, Heidelberg

Motivation and Participation of Digital Volunteer Communities in Humanitarian Assistance: Models and Incentives for Closing the Gap to Decision Makers
Prof. Frank Fiedrich, Wuppertal

Human-Centered Relational Feature Classification for VGI
Prof. Christian Freksa, Bremen

Lightweight Acquisition and Large-scale Mining of Trajectory Data
Prof. Stefan Funke, Stuttgart | Dr. Sabine Storandt, Würzburg

P2MAP: Learning Environmental Maps - Integrating Participatory Sensing and Human Perception
Prof. Andreas Hotho, Würzburg

Guiding the Crowds: Uncertainty and Trust-Aware Visual Analytics for Mobility based on Heterogeneous Volunteered Geographic Information
Prof. Daniel Keim, Konstanz | Dr. Alexandra Diehl, Konstanz

topikos - Collaborative Low-Effort Topological and Topical-Social Indoor Mapping
Prof. Gerd Stumme, Kassel

Context-Sensitive Qualitative Spatial Reasoning for Interpreting Vague Place Descriptions
Prof. Diedrich Wolter, Bamberg

COVMAP: Comprehensive Conjoint GPS and Video Data Analysis for Smart Maps
Prof. Carsten Rother, Heidelberg | Prof. Michael Ying Yang, Twente | Prof. Bodo Rosenhahn, Hannover

Spatial Correlations in Social Media Data: Identification and Quantification of Spatial Correlation Structures in Georeferenced Twitter Feeds
Prof. Alexander Zipf, Heidelberg