Doctoral Colloquium

September 8th, 2018

Doctoral Colloquium
Chair: Liz Chrastil

14:00 Importing the social environment into the architectural understanding of city life: Wayfinding and emotional appraisal
Kristina Jazuk

14:12 User aspects of navigation in virtual environments
Dajana Snopkova

14:24 Effects of viewpoint transition and body-based cues on spatial learning in large-scale mediated environments
Jiayan Zhao

14:36 Route planning and situated navigation in a collaborative wayfinding task                  Crystal Bae

 14:48 Evaluating maps’ usability in the context of medium interactivity                  Katarzyna Slomska

 15:00 Evidence of hierarchical route planning in London taxi drivers
Eva-Maria Griesbau

15:12 A physical effort based model for pedestrian movement in topographic urban environment
Eliyahu (Eli) Greenberg

15:24 Using landmarks in a pedestrian movement simulation
Gabriele Filomena

Small Break

15:36 Crosslinguistic study on the choice of spatial reference frame depending on complexity of perceived relation
Katarzyna (Kasia) Stoltmann

 15:48 Positioning young students’ visualization of rotations as tools to define mathematical objects
Megan Wongkamalasai

16:00 Spatial cognition in surgical practice: Exploring the influence, and development, of spatial cognitive processess in laparoscopic surgery
Tina Vajsbaher

16:12 Design of a geospatial literacy assessment tool for senior secondary school students
Genine Meredith

16:24 Age-related preference for geometric cues during real-world navigation: Behavioral and neuroimaging correlates
Marcia Bécu

16:36 Bidirectional interactions between place-cell and grid-cells in the vision- and self-motion driven spatial representation model
Tianyi Li

16:48 Interactive exploration of sparse virtual environments: Brain dynamics in directional change vs. no-change situations
Lukas Gehrke