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ICC 2017

icc2017_logo_small The 28th International Cartographic Conference took place in Washington, D.C., USA, 2–7 July 2017.Conference website

Proceedings

The proceedings can be found at www.proc-int-cartogr-assoc.net (Proceedings of the International Cartographic Association, Volume 1, 2018, eISSN: eISSN 2570-2092).

The program can be viewed as PDF and in an interactive version.

Extraordinary General Assembly

The conference hosted an Extraordinary General Assembly of the ICA.

ICA Awards

At the ICA Awards Ceremony at ICC2017 the following awards were presented in recognition of contributions to the ICA:
William CartwrightAustraliaICA Honorary Fellowship
Anne RuasFranceICA Honorary Fellowship
Timothy TrainorUSAICA Honorary Fellowship
Igor DreckiNew ZealandDiploma for outstanding services to ICA
Aileen R. BuckleyUSADiploma for outstanding services to ICA
Cynthia A. BrewerUSADiploma for outstanding services to ICA
Matthew RiceUSADiploma for outstanding services to ICA
ICA Awardees 2017

From left to right: Igor Drecki, Cynthia Brewer, Timothy Trainor, Menno-Jan Kraak, Anne Ruas, William Cartwright, Matthew Rice, Aileen Buckley

 

Pre-Conference Activities

Several ICA Commissions were organizing pre-conference events.

DateVenueTitleOrganized by the Commission(s) on
June 28–30Washington, DCCharting the Cosmos of Cartography: History – Names – AtlasesHistory of Cartography, Toponymy, and Atlases
June 30 & July 1Williamsburg, VAMeeting on Maps & the Internet, Ubiquitous Mapping and Education & TrainingEducation and Training, Maps and the Internet and Ubiquitous Mapping
July 1Washington, DCMapping Tools for Non-Mapping Experts: Incorporating Geospatial Visualization Tools in LibrariesCartographic Heritage into the Digital
July 1Washington, DCDifferent Fields – One CartographyCartography and Children, Maps and Graphics for Blind and Partially Sighted People and Planetary Cartography
July 1Washington, DCSupporting sustainable development with geoinformation management and modern maps: things you hardly considerMap Production and Geoinformation Management
July 1–2, 2017Washington, DCWorkshop on Maps & EmotionsCognitive Issues in Geographic Information Visualization, Art and Cartography and Topographic Mapping
July 1–2, 2017Washington, DCWorkshop on Spatial Data Infrastructures, Standards, Open Source and Open Data for Geospatial (SDI-Open 2017)Open Source Geospatial Technologies and the SDI and Standards
July 1–2, 2017Washington, DCWorkshop on Generalisation and Multiple RepresentationGeneralisation and Multiple Representation, second day in cooperation with Geospatial Analysis and Modeling and Location-based Services
July 1–2, 2017Washington, DCSymposium on Location-Based Social Media and Tracking DataGeospatial Analysis and Modeling and Location-based Services, second day in cooperation with Generalisation and Multiple Representation
July 2, 2017Washington, DCCritical Review on Using Developable Surfaces in Map Projections Theory & Standardization in Map ProjectionsMap Projections
July 2, 2017Washington, DCDisaster Management, Big Data, Services and Cartographic RepresentationCartography in Early Warning and Crises Management
July 2, 2017Washington, DCPreserving Map Production Methodology InformationAtlases
 

Map awards

The winning entries are listed below – some of them will be featured in our Map of the Month section.
Atlases1st: The National Atlas of Korea, Republic of Korea
2nd: Tactile Atlas of Switzerland, Switzerland
3rd: Grand Topographic Atlas of Catalonia 1:25,000, Institut Cartografic i Geologic de Catalunya
Public vote: Swiss World Atlas 2017 Ed., Switzerland
Digital Products1st: Minecraft® on Demand, France
2nd: Augmented Reality App Swissarena, Switzerland
3rd & Public vote: Atlas of Switzerland Online, Switzerland
Educational cartographic products1st: genderATlas goes school, Austria
2nd: Historical Atlas of Poland for blind and visually impaired, Poland
3rd & Public vote: 3D Relief of Czechia, Czechia
Other cartographic products1st: Psychogeography in the age of the quantified self, Germany
2nd: Canal Full Map Long Scroll, China
3rd: Canton Berne – 3D printed Terrain Model, 1:25,000, Switzerland
Public vote: Canal Full Map Long Scroll, China
Charts on panels1st: Zhenghe Navigational Chart with an Ancient vs. Modern Comparison, China
2nd: Stavanger Harbor with Seaward approaches (chart no. 455), Norway
3rd: IFR Enroute Low Altitude - Alaska L-1, Esri
Public vote: VFR Aeronautical Chart of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia
Maps on panels1st: Relief MASSIF DU MONT BLANC, France
2nd: The Olivine Wilderness, New Zealand
3rd: Jenny Lake Hiking Map, USA
Public vote: Blue and White Dream, China

The international jury had the following members:

  • Kenneth Field (Chair), United Kingdom
  • Margaret Pearce (Organiser), USA
  • Antoni Moore, New Zealand
  • David Fairbairn, United Kingdom
  • Paulo Menezes, Brazil
  • William Cartwright, Australia
  • Lorenz Hurni, Switzerland
  • Dirk Burghardt, Germany
  • Dušan Petrovič, Slovenia
  • Serena Coetzee, South Africa
  • Rosemary Wardley (LOC), USA

 

Barbara Petchenik Competition

193 drawings from 34 countries were exhibited. All of them will soon be accessible in the Winner Map Collection at the Carleton University Library.

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Members of the jury

The jury members were

  • Pilar Sánchez-Ortiz Rodríguez, Spain – Chair
  • Ana María Garra, Argentina
  • Paulo Menezes, Brazil
  • Temenoujka Bandrova, Bulgaria
  • Dariusz Dukaczewski, Poland
  • Necla Ulugtekin, Turkey
  • Naeema Al Hosani, United Arab Emirates
  • Rob Edsall, USA
  • Carla Sena, Brazil and Jesus Reyes, Hungary – Substitute Members
  • Peter van der Krogt, The Netherlands – International Coordinator

The Creativity Award was presented by the ICA Commission on Art and Cartography.

 

Scholarships

NameCountryICA eventDateTitle of paper / posterSum in €
Julia Mia StirnemannCHEICC Workshop on Maps & Emotions07/2017Viewpoints evoke emotions400
Javiera AdvisCHL / GERICC Workshop on Maps & Emotions07/2017LINESCAPES: virtual and real experiences of cities400
Sébastein BiniekFRAICC201707/2017Designing typefaces for maps. A protocol of tests.1000
Mateusz PituraPOLICC201707/2017Hebrus Valles - The Mars Exploration Zone Map1000
Vit PasztoCZEICC201707/2017Crowdsourcing Mapping and Participatory Planning Support System: Case Study of Brno, Czech Republic | Playing with maps – using geogames in geography field-courses | Reflective 2D visualization of 3D objects using cartographic projection1000
Yvette BevisRSAICC201707/2017Expert opinions on using the third dimension to visualise wind speed uncertainty for wind farm planning1000
Jelena GlisovicSRBICC201707/2017The First Special Military Map Printed in Serbia1000
Katrin GlinkaGERICC201707/2017Psychogeography in the age of the quantified self — Mental map modelling with georeferenced personal activity data1000
Syed Attique ShahTURICC201707/2017A Framework for Enhancing Real-time Social Media Data to Enhance Disaster Management Process1000
Olawale OluwafemiNIGICC201707/2017Effect of Sediment-Hosted Disseaminated Gold Deposit Mining on the Landscape of Itagunmodi-Igun Basin, SW. Nigeria1000
Shahmy SaidMAS / GBRICC201707/2017Classifying the Diversity of Bus Mapping Systems; Mapping Landslides Susceptibilty In a Traditional Northern Nigerian City1000
Lanfa LiuCHN / GERICC201707/2017Feature learning for soil property mapping using Vis-NIR spectroscopy
Song GaoUSAICC201707/2017Identifying Geographic Features through Map Interpretation: A Case Study of Craters Using Controlling Variables100
Bosse AmberUSAICC201707/2017For the Essentially Subjective Elements of Cartography, 1953-1995100
Annita LucchesiUSAICC201707/2017HÓHTA’HANÉ: MAPPING GENOCIDE & RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN NATIVE AMERICA100
Andreas KelerGERICC201707/2017Towards Traffic Bottleneck Visualization - Combining Traffic Congestion and Complicated Crossings100
Jorge ChenUSAICC201707/2017Rapid integration of indoor and outdoor coordinate reference systems using 3D point cloud data100
Jiri PánekCZEICC201707/2017Crowdsourcing Mapping and Participatory Planning Support System: Case Study of Brno, Czech Republic | Playing with maps – using geogames in geography field-courses; Reflective 2D visualization of 3D objects using cartographic projection | Psychophysics: The Foundation of Cartography | Research on Automatic Generation of Map Symbols based on Cognitive Semantics Analysis | Exploring visual cognition efficiency in map handling ability based on the eye movement experiment100
Michele DennerRSAICC201707/2017Assessing a potential solution for spatially referencing of historical aerial photography in South Africa100
Some of the awardees of ICA Scholarships at ICC2017

Some of the awardees of ICA Scholarships at ICC2017

 

Orienteering event

Details and results of the orienteering event on July 6 at Fountainhead Regional Park can be found in our orienteering section.

 

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