Dr. Lucia Tyrallová

Contact

University of  Potsdam,
Institute of Geosciences

Dr. Lucia Tyrallová
Building 24, Room 0.08

E-mail:
lucia.tyrallova@uni-potsdam.de
Phone:
+49 331 977 2580
Fax:
+49 331 977 5700

 

  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Publications

Research

My research interests are Remote Sensing and GIS in context of climate change and natural hazards, as well as success-oriented project management for geoscientific projects (Certified Project Management Professional GPM/IPMA).

I was part of the Geoinformation Research Group, University of Potsdam and have participated in following projects:

Research and development project (R&D project) “EasyGoing”, in which approaches for a German low-cost pedestrian navigation system with extensive coverage were developed and evaluated. The core of the Potsdam-based part consisted in the acquisition and preparation of specific geodata for pedestrian navigation. We focused on defining objects, data modelling, methods of acquisition and data fusion. The feasibility study was done in cooperation with the Institute for Social Research and Social Economy (iso, Saarbrücken) and funded by Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF, Berlin) in the frame of “IKT2020 – Research for Innovations” program.

R&D project “Intelligent Geodata Assistant – Cartography and Statistics” in cooperation with WhereGroup (Bonn). The project was embedded in the the Central Innovation Programme for small and medium-sized enterprises ZIM (Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand) and funded by Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs Economy and Energy (BMWi). The focus lied on:

- Conception of a software assistant for integrated data- and map modelling of spatial corporate and statistics data based on BI-System Spotfire and statistical modelling language R

- Development of processes for proper rule-based cartographic visualizations of mass data in cartographic model quality

Doctoral thesis “Automated Object Identification and Visualization of Terrestrial Surface Patterns”

Within the thesis framework, I have conceptualized an automated process chain for object identification. I have developed and implemented new approaches and concepts for object-based identification of natural isolated terrestrial surface patterns.

Goal of the dissertation was to enable automatic identification and characterization of specific natural objects (instancing thermokarst lakes) supported by GIS across wide areas and thus including numerous objects.

I have derived geomorphological parameters from multispectral image data. To do so, I have used quantitative measures to describe and analyze a qualitative issue in order to connect visualization methods with map-like illustrations.

Teaching

Teaching responsibilities in the master program Remote Sensing, geoInformation and Visualization (RSIV):

Advanced Topics of Geographic Information Systems (lecture + lab)

Teaching responsibilities in the master program Geoinformation and Visualization, as well as in bachelor programs Geoecology and Geography Lectureship

Conception and self-reliant realization of seminars and practice sessions in the field of geoinformatics – including GIS Techniques and Methods, Remote Sensing/Image Evaluation, Applied Geoinformatics II, Study Project, and Geoinformatic’s Research Problems

Publications

Schernthanner, H. & L. Tyrallová (2018). Maßstabsabhängige webbasierte Geovisualisierung von Mietangebots- und -preisdaten. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2018. Beiträge zum 30. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 4-6 Jul 2018. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg (in press).

Tyrallová, L. & H. Schernthanner & J. Tamm (2018). Fernerkundliche Detektion und Dauerbeobachtung urbaner Hitze- und Kälteinseln. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2018. Beiträge zum 30. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 4-6 Jul 2018. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg (in press).

Tyrallová, L. & C. Kucharczyk & L. Scheele (2014). No way to go? About the importance and requirements of spatial data for pedestrian navigation. In: 11th International symposium on LBS & telecartography [web], November 26. - 28.11, Vienna research/Technical University of Vienna, Vienna.

Tyrallova L. & J. Gonschorek (2012). Spatio-Explorative Analysis and its Benefits for a GIS-integrated Automated Feature Identification. In: Murgante, B., Gervasi, O., Misra, S., Nedjah, N., Rocha, A.M., Taniar, D. & B. Apduhan eds., 12th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2012)Salvador da Bahia, 18-21 Jun 2012, Part II LNCS 7334, Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. 220-233.

Gonschorek, J. & L. Tyrallova (2012). Geovisualization and Geostatistics: A Concept for the Numerical and Visual Analysis of Geographic Mass Data. In: Murgante, B., Gervasi, O., Misra, S., Nedjah, N., Rocha, A.M., Taniar, D. & B. Apduhan eds., 12th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2012) Salvador da Bahia, 18-21 Jun 2012, Part II LNCS 7334, Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. 208-219.

Tyrallová, L. (2011). Automated object detection of climate tracers in remote-sensing data. In Proc. SPIE 8174, SPIE Remote Sensing, Praque, 19-22 September 2011. Volume 8174 Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology XIII, doi:10.1117/12.898111

Tyrallová, L. & H. Schernthanner & S. van Gasselt (2011). Identifikation von Klimaprozessen durch automatisierte Objektidentifikation isolierter Oberflächenmorphologien. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2011. Beiträge zum 23. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 6-8 Jul 2011. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg.

Schernthanner, H. & L. Tyrallová (2010). FOS-GIS und Immobilienportale als Instrumente der Wohnungsmarktanalyse. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2010. Beiträge zum 22. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 7-9 Jul 2010. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg.

Tyrallová, geb. Durisová Durisová, L. & H. Asche (2010). Mapping land cover with commercial and open source image classification software - an example from Bavaria, Germany. In Gartner, G & F. Ortag, eds., Cartography in Central and Eastern Europe - 1st ICA Symposium for Central and Eastern Europe 2009, Vienna, 16-17 Feb 2009. Springer Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography (LNG & C), Berlin-Heidelberg, pp.77-87.

Tyrallová, L. & S. van Gasselt & H. Asche (2011).Automated Object-Identification for Isolated Transient Landforms in Remote-Sensing Data. GeoViz, Hafen City University Hamburg/Germany, March 10, 2011 (Vortrag).

Research

My research interests are Remote Sensing and GIS in context of climate change and natural hazards, as well as success-oriented project management for geoscientific projects (Certified Project Management Professional GPM/IPMA).

I was part of the Geoinformation Research Group, University of Potsdam and have participated in following projects:

Research and development project (R&D project) “EasyGoing”, in which approaches for a German low-cost pedestrian navigation system with extensive coverage were developed and evaluated. The core of the Potsdam-based part consisted in the acquisition and preparation of specific geodata for pedestrian navigation. We focused on defining objects, data modelling, methods of acquisition and data fusion. The feasibility study was done in cooperation with the Institute for Social Research and Social Economy (iso, Saarbrücken) and funded by Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF, Berlin) in the frame of “IKT2020 – Research for Innovations” program.

R&D project “Intelligent Geodata Assistant – Cartography and Statistics” in cooperation with WhereGroup (Bonn). The project was embedded in the the Central Innovation Programme for small and medium-sized enterprises ZIM (Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand) and funded by Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs Economy and Energy (BMWi). The focus lied on:

- Conception of a software assistant for integrated data- and map modelling of spatial corporate and statistics data based on BI-System Spotfire and statistical modelling language R

- Development of processes for proper rule-based cartographic visualizations of mass data in cartographic model quality

Doctoral thesis “Automated Object Identification and Visualization of Terrestrial Surface Patterns”

Within the thesis framework, I have conceptualized an automated process chain for object identification. I have developed and implemented new approaches and concepts for object-based identification of natural isolated terrestrial surface patterns.

Goal of the dissertation was to enable automatic identification and characterization of specific natural objects (instancing thermokarst lakes) supported by GIS across wide areas and thus including numerous objects.

I have derived geomorphological parameters from multispectral image data. To do so, I have used quantitative measures to describe and analyze a qualitative issue in order to connect visualization methods with map-like illustrations.

Teaching

Teaching responsibilities in the master program Remote Sensing, geoInformation and Visualization (RSIV):

Advanced Topics of Geographic Information Systems (lecture + lab)

Teaching responsibilities in the master program Geoinformation and Visualization, as well as in bachelor programs Geoecology and Geography Lectureship

Conception and self-reliant realization of seminars and practice sessions in the field of geoinformatics – including GIS Techniques and Methods, Remote Sensing/Image Evaluation, Applied Geoinformatics II, Study Project, and Geoinformatic’s Research Problems

Publications

Schernthanner, H. & L. Tyrallová (2018). Maßstabsabhängige webbasierte Geovisualisierung von Mietangebots- und -preisdaten. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2018. Beiträge zum 30. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 4-6 Jul 2018. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg (in press).

Tyrallová, L. & H. Schernthanner & J. Tamm (2018). Fernerkundliche Detektion und Dauerbeobachtung urbaner Hitze- und Kälteinseln. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2018. Beiträge zum 30. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 4-6 Jul 2018. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg (in press).

Tyrallová, L. & C. Kucharczyk & L. Scheele (2014). No way to go? About the importance and requirements of spatial data for pedestrian navigation. In: 11th International symposium on LBS & telecartography [web], November 26. - 28.11, Vienna research/Technical University of Vienna, Vienna.

Tyrallova L. & J. Gonschorek (2012). Spatio-Explorative Analysis and its Benefits for a GIS-integrated Automated Feature Identification. In: Murgante, B., Gervasi, O., Misra, S., Nedjah, N., Rocha, A.M., Taniar, D. & B. Apduhan eds., 12th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2012)Salvador da Bahia, 18-21 Jun 2012, Part II LNCS 7334, Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. 220-233.

Gonschorek, J. & L. Tyrallova (2012). Geovisualization and Geostatistics: A Concept for the Numerical and Visual Analysis of Geographic Mass Data. In: Murgante, B., Gervasi, O., Misra, S., Nedjah, N., Rocha, A.M., Taniar, D. & B. Apduhan eds., 12th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2012) Salvador da Bahia, 18-21 Jun 2012, Part II LNCS 7334, Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. 208-219.

Tyrallová, L. (2011). Automated object detection of climate tracers in remote-sensing data. In Proc. SPIE 8174, SPIE Remote Sensing, Praque, 19-22 September 2011. Volume 8174 Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology XIII, doi:10.1117/12.898111

Tyrallová, L. & H. Schernthanner & S. van Gasselt (2011). Identifikation von Klimaprozessen durch automatisierte Objektidentifikation isolierter Oberflächenmorphologien. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2011. Beiträge zum 23. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 6-8 Jul 2011. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg.

Schernthanner, H. & L. Tyrallová (2010). FOS-GIS und Immobilienportale als Instrumente der Wohnungsmarktanalyse. In Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. & G. Griesebner, eds., Angewandte Geoinformatik 2010. Beiträge zum 22. AGIT-Symposium Salzburg, 7-9 Jul 2010. Universität Salzburg. Heidelberg.

Tyrallová, geb. Durisová Durisová, L. & H. Asche (2010). Mapping land cover with commercial and open source image classification software - an example from Bavaria, Germany. In Gartner, G & F. Ortag, eds., Cartography in Central and Eastern Europe - 1st ICA Symposium for Central and Eastern Europe 2009, Vienna, 16-17 Feb 2009. Springer Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography (LNG & C), Berlin-Heidelberg, pp.77-87.

Tyrallová, L. & S. van Gasselt & H. Asche (2011).Automated Object-Identification for Isolated Transient Landforms in Remote-Sensing Data. GeoViz, Hafen City University Hamburg/Germany, March 10, 2011 (Vortrag).