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Urban Issues I

6702.1 - Dynamic Optimization of Phenomena Mapping Application to Urban Heat Wave

Thursday, July 6
4:10 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: Delaware B

Nowadays, urban phenomena such as air quality, noise or heat wave are becoming global issues. There are more and more researches on these phenomena, almost of them are still complex to estimate and to map. In most cases, phenomenon mapping is difficult to understand for non-expert because: 1 – phenomenon is not contextualized or overlaps its context or 2 – the raw data density is not adapted for visualization. For facility of map interpretation, we want to propose methods to improve visual perception by visualizing a phenomenon with its context and at different levels of detail (LoD) and by adjusting data according to view condition (zoom level, context and observer’s position). To do that, we propose a conceptual data model for effective database organization and an optimization process in three steps in the section 2. Then we introduce the implementation of our solution with a study on heat wave in the next section.

Ha Pham

PhD Student
IFSTTAR

Ha Pham, PhD Student in Geomatics, Laboratory COSYS-LISIS, French institute of science and technology for transport, development and networks (IFSTTAR), France
She works on the thesis topic: "Effective and adaptive representation of physical phenomena in a 3D urban model". She also works on the project RepExtrem by mapping the phenomenon of heat wave in the city: http://representation-phenomenes.ifsttar.fr/assets/canicule/canicule.html and represents a water network and its state: http://representation-phenomenes.ifsttar.fr/assets/eau/eau.html

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Kelleann Foster

Associate Dean
Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Penn State University

Kelleann Foster, RLA, ASLA is Associate Dean and Director of the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at Penn State University. She is a licensed landscape architect whose research focuses on designing sustainable communities. She has 30+ years of professional practice experience and over 25-years at Penn State. Her recent sabbatical, based at Esri, resulted in Penn State’s new online Geodesign graduate programs. Much of Kelleann’s work uses computer technologies to communicate alternative scenarios. Her work has received national and international recognition. Her expertise, highlighted in a recent publication in a special issue of Landscape and Urban Planning titled “Geodesign parsed: Placing it within the rubric of recognized design theories,” places her among leaders of the emerging field of geodesign.

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