We are currently being visited by two international guests: Dr. Alexander Ravsky (of Pidstryhach Institute for Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics in Lviv, Ukraine) and Dr. Minati De (of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India).
This year's PhilTag 13 is hosted by Würzburg University Library as part of the Kallimachos project. We'll be at the OCR workshop, presenting Glyph Miner. This is a tool for locating glyphs in early modern prints, developed at our chair.
At ACM SIGSPATIAL 2015, Benedikt Budig presented the poster "There and Back Again: Using Fréchet-Distance Diagrams to Find Trajectory Turning Points", which was awarded "Best Poster Award Runners up".
The paper "Active Learning for Classifying Template Matches in Historical Maps" was awarded at DS 2015.