The GIVA group is responsible for teaching and research in geographic information science at the GIScience Center of the Department of Geography, together with the GIS and Geocomputation groups.
Discover and teach new insights on how to creatively design geographic information displays that encourage healthy engagements with the world.
Smart geographic information displays that offer equitable access to knowledge, are engaging to use, and empower all citizens to live a healthy and environmentally sustainable life, in a diverse, democratic, and mobile digital information society.
Use of Location-Based Information for Smart Governance
How do we get there? Adaptive and effective design of mobile navigation assistance devices
Dr. Ian T. Ruginski, Bingjie Cheng, Armand Kapaj, Department of Geography, University of Zurich
Millions of international citizens make decisions with and navigate using mobile phones, as GPS-enabled smartphone devices have become increasingly available to the general public.
> DSI Brown Bag Lunches
Defense Lokka Ismini
The Impact of 3D Virtual Environments with Different Levels of Realism on Route Learning: A Focus on Age-Based Differences
(Çöltekin / Fabrikant / Weibel / Wiener)
Defense Brügger Annina
Researching a pandemic - during a pandemic
Michelle Korporaal's MSc thesis summarized in the paper "Effects of Uncertainty Visualization on Map-Based Decision Making Under Time Pressure" informs us that uncertainty visualization influences our decision making with maps.
Feel free to check out the paper for other interesting findings.
Congratulations Michelle, Ian, and Sara!
GIScience Resilience Panel> What is resilient GIScience education? For whom and against what?
What is a resilient GIScience educator?
What is a resilient GIScience student?
Resilient Pedagogy for GIScience Education