2nd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities

Co-located with ACM SIGSPATIAL 2018 in Seattle, Washington, USA

Program Committee

The 2nd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from different sub-fields of computer science and the geographical information sciences, interested in the application of spatial methods and technology to the humanities.

Our program commitee draws from multiple disciplines, including computer science and engineering, GIScience, digital humanities, and others.

  • Bruno Martins, University of Lisbon
  • Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Lancaster University
  • Adam Rabinowitz, University of Texas at Austin
  • Andrea Ballatore, University of London
  • Asanobu Kitamoto, National Institute of Informatics at Tokyo
  • Beatrice Alex, Edinburgh University
  • Benjamin Adams, University of Canterbury
  • Carmen Brando, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
  • Chris Donaldson, Lancaster University
  • Chris Jones, Cardiff University
  • Daniel Alves, New University of Lisbon
  • David Joseph Wrisley, NYU Abu Dhabi
  • Eero Hyvönen, University of Helsinki and Aalto University
  • Elton Barker, The Open University
  • Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
  • Ian Gregory, Lancaster University
  • Joanna Taylor, Lancaster University
  • Matthew Wilkens, University of Notre Dame
  • Pau de Soto, New University of Lisbon
  • Philip Verhagen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • Karl Grossner, University of Pittsburgh
  • Katherine Hart Weimer, Rice University
  • Katherine McDonough, Standford University
  • Ludovic Moncla, French Naval Academy Research Institute
  • Rainer Simon, Austrian Institute of Technology
  • Raquel Liceras, Lancaster University
  • Ross Purves, University of Zurich
  • Stephan Winter, University of Melbourne
  • Thomas C. Van Dijk, University of Wuerzburg
  • Xavier Rubio-Campillo, Edinburgh University
  • Yao-Yi Chiang, University of Southern California
  • Yingjie Hu, University of Tennessee Knoxville