The EPSRC funded project “Challenging RISK: Achieving Resilience by Integrating Societal and Technical Knowledge” focusses on aspects of earthquake, fire hazards and community engagement. Within this project there is an opportunity for a suitable candidate to be funded for a PhD studentship. The studentship will be supervised by Professor Mordechai (Muki) Haklay (with further support and guidance from Patrick Rickles) and will start in the autumn of 2014, within UCL’s Extreme Citizen Science group (http://www.ucl.ac.uk/excites). For more information click here. More...
Published: Jul 10, 2014 5:32:36 PM
Read our two new blog posts about our research trip in Congo-Brazzaville: Participatory Mapping in Congo-Brazzaville (Part 1) and Participatory Mapping in Congo-Brazzaville (Part 2): Usability experiments More...
Published: Jun 28, 2013 11:08:27 AM
Senior Developer at the Extreme Citizen Science (ExCiteS) group (UCL). More...
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Koukoletsos, T., Haklay, M., and Ellul, C., in press, Assessing Data Completeness of VGI through an Automated Matching Procedure for Linear Data, Transactions in GIS
Haklay, M., 2012, Citizen Science and Volunteered Geographic Information – overview and typology of participation in Sui, D.Z., Elwood, S. and M.F. Goodchild (eds.), 2012. Volunteered Geographic Information, Public Participation, and Crowdsourced Production of Geographic Knowledge. Berlin: Springer.
Ellul, C., Francis, L. and Haklay, M., 2011, A Flexible Database-Centric Platform for Citizen Science Data Capture, Computing for Citizen Science Workshop, in Proceedings of the 2011 Seventh IEEE International Conference on eScience (eScience 2011)
Antoniou, V., Haklay, M., and Morley, J., 2010, A step towards the improvement of spatial data quality of Web 2.0 geo- applications: the case of OpenStreetMap, Geographical Information Science Research – UK (GISRUK 2010), UCL, UK, 14-16 April. (Abstract peer reviewed)
Haklay, M., Francis, L., Rahemtulla, H., Ellul, C., 2010, Mapping for Change, GIS Development February issue, 34-37
Haklay, M., Basiouka, S., Antoniou, V., Ather, A, 2010, How Many Volunteers Does It Take To Map An Area Well? The Cartographic Journal 47 (4) , 315 – 322
Antoniou, B., Haklay, M., and Morley, J., 2010, Web 2.0 geotagged photos: Assessing the spatial dimension of the phenomenon, Geomatica (special issue on VGI), 64(1) 99-110
Haklay, M., 2010, How good is volunteered geographical information? A comparative study of OpenStreetMap and Ordnance Survey datasets, Environment and Planning B, 37(4) 682 – 703
Haklay, M., 2010, Geographical Citizen Science – Clash of Cultures and New Opportunities, Workshop on the Role of Volunteered Geographic Information in Advancing Science, GIScience 2010, Zurich, Switzerland, 14 September.
Haklay, M., 2010, ‘Extreme’ Citizen Science, London Citizen Cyberscience Summit, London, UK, 2-3 September.
Haklay, M., Ather, A., and Basiouka, S., 2010, How Many Volunteers Does It Take To Map An Area Well?, Geographical Information Science Research – UK (GISRUK 2010), UCL, UK, 14-16 April. (Abstract peer reviewed)
Liu, Y., Ellul, C., and Haklay, M., 2010, Planning Alerts for Community Maps, Geographical Information Science Research – UK (GISRUK 2010), UCL, UK, 14-16 April. (Abstract peer reviewed)
Ellul C, Rahemtulla H and Haklay M, 2009, Beyond the Internet – Increasing Participation in Community Events by Text Messaging, in: Krek, A, Rumor, M, Zlatanova, S and Fendel E.M (eds) Urban and Regional Data Management: UDMS 2009 Annual, CRC Press, London. Pp. 409-420.
Ellul, C., Marteau, F., Haklay, M., 2009, Improving the London Green Map – Comparing Approaches to Displaying Large Numbers of Points in Google Maps (Poster) , Geographical Information Science Research – UK (GISRUK 2008), Durham University, UK, 1-3 April. (Abstract peer reviewed)
Ellul, C., Haklay, M. Francis, L. And Rahemtulla, H., 2009, A Mechanism to Create Community Maps for Non-Technical users, The International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems & Web Services – GEOWS 2009, Cancun, Mexico, 1-7 February. (Peer reviewed)
Haklay, M., 2009, Beyond good enough? Spatial Data Quality and OpenStreetMap data, State of the Map 2009, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 10-12 July.
Lewis, D.J., Nold, C. And Haklay, M., 2009, Feeling the Way: Emotional Mapping, Geographical Information Science Research – UK (GISRUK 2008), Durham University, UK, 1-3 April. (Abstract peer reviewed)
Haklay, M., Volunteered Geographical Information - a Critical Review, the 2009 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, USA, 22-27 March.
Owen, M., Haklay, M., Caprotti, F., 2009, Olympics, Web Mapping 2.0 and the Production of Space, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2009, Manchester, UK, 26-28 August.
Rahemtulla, H., Haklay, M., Ellul, C., Francis, L. And Whitaker, C., 2009, Mapping Change for Sustainable Communities, The 2009 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, USA, 22-27 March.
Ellul, C., Haklay, M. And Francis, L., 2008, Empowering Individuals and Community Groups – is Web GIS the Way Forward? AGI GeoCommunity ’08, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, 24-25 September. (Abstract peer reviewed)
Ellul, C., and Haklay, M., 2008, Creating Community Maps for the London Thames Gateway, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2008, London, UK, 27-29 August.
Haklay, M., Francis, L., Whitaker, C., 2008, Noise Mapping Helps Citizens Take Action, GIS professional, 23, pp 26-28.
Haklay, M., Nold, C., and Lewis, D., 2008, Noise to Signal Ratio - Mapping the Boundaries of Science as Art and Art as Science. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2008, London, UK, 27-29 August.
Haklay, M. And Weber, P., 2008, OpenStreetMap – User Generated Street Map, IEEE Pervasive Computing. October-December 2008, pp. 12-18.
Rahemtulla, H.A., Haklay, M., Longley, P.A., 2008, A Mobile Spatial Messaging Service for a Grassroots Environmental Network, Journal of location based services.2(2) 122-152
Haklay, M., Singleton, A., and Parker, C., 2008, Web mapping 2.0: the Neogeography of the Geoweb, Geography Compass 3, pp. 2011-2039, doi: 1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00167.x
Haklay, M., and Tobón, C., 2003, Usability Evaluation and PPGIS: Towards a User-Centred Approach, International Journal of Geographical Information Science (IJGIS), 17(6), 577-592
Haklay, M., 2003, Public Access to Environmental Information: Past, Present and Future, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 27, 163-180
Harrison, C.M., and Haklay, M., 2002, The Potential for Public Participation GIS in UK Environmental Planning: Appraisals by Active Publics, International Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (JEPM), 45(6), 841-863
Haklay, M., 2002, Public Environmental Information - Understanding Requirements and Patterns of Likely Public Use, Area, 34(1), 17-28
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