We congratulate all our students from the 4th intake who finished their Master’s thesis this summer: Vasileios Toutziaris, Alexandra Strel, Dayanc Moradi, Vikram Devi Eswaramoorthy, Amir Ashkan Baghdoust, Rohini Gangaputra, Katalin Joó and Mussab Abdalla.
The eight new Master’s in Cartography worked on very interesting and broad research topics – from indoor navigation and mapping to glacier visualization and 3D thematic mapping to machine learning:
- Concept and Implementation of a Contextualized Navigable 3D Landscape Model: The Uch Enmek Example (Altai Republic, Siberia) – Mussab Mohamed Abuelhassan Abdalla
- Application of multi-temporal fragmentation indices in the characterisation of urban development – Katalin Joó
- Indoor Landmark and Indoor Wayfinding: The Indoor Landmark Identification Issue – Rohini Gangaputra
- Visualizing dynamic spatial height information in a dam monitoring context – Amir Ashkan Baghdoust
- Increasing the Statistical Significance for MODIS Active Fire Hotspots in Portugal Using One-Class Support Vector Machines – Vikram Devi Eswaramoorthy
- 3D Thematic Mapping and Visualization in CesiumJS Virtual Globe – Dayanc Moradi
- Using high-resolution optical satellite imagery to observe glaciers and rock glaciers in Northern Tien Shan, Central Asia – Alexandra Strel
- Usability of an adjusted IndoorTubes map design for indoor wayfinding on mobile devices – Vasileios Toutziaris
We wish you all the best for your future career and hope we stay in contact!
A list of all theses of our alumni can be found in our theses section.