Twitter Geo-Epidemiological Feasibility Study

Twitter Geo-Epidemiological Feasibility Study   Improving epidemiological models by adding spatial and semantic information derived from social media data   M Methods B Background R Results     M Methods Extracting Twitter posts that mention influenza, yellow fever, cholera, Ebola, and other diseases for 12 countries in Africa. Creating basic statistics like the number of [...]

Twitter Geo-Epidemiological Feasibility Study2018-12-18T15:33:33+00:00


Walk&Feel   Improving Walking Conditions for Pedestrians by Combining “People as Sensors” data with Data from Existing Approaches   M Methods B Background R Results P Publications     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 [...]



Integration of social media analysis and crowdsourced information within both the Mapping and Early Warning Components of Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMS)



Ensuring Humanitarian Safety through Real-time Situational Awareness for Efficient Management of Migration Movements



Grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit im Bereich der Logistischen Unterstützung in Krisensituationen


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 Spaces2017-12-10T18:32:43+00:00