Conference Agenda

Session Overview

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

9:00-10:00am

Welcome Coffee & Registration | Location: Lobby

10:00-10:30am

Opening Session | Location: Lecture Hall

  • Welcome by Hans-Joachim Bungartz & Dieter Kranzlmüller & Volker Wohlgemuth
  • Welcome by Martin Grambow by the Bavarian Ministry of the Environment and Consumer Protection

10:30-11:30am

Keynote – Xiaoxiang Zhu | Technische Universität München (TUM) & Deutsches Zentrum für Luft – und Raumfahrt (DLR) | Ort: Lecture Hall
Big Data for 4D Global Urban Mapping – 10 16  Bytes from Social Media to EO Satellites

Session Chair: Hans-Joachim Bungartz

11:30-12:00pm

Coffee Break | Location: Lobby

12:00-12:30pm

Invited Talk – Thomas Ammerl | Bavarian Research Alliance (BayFOR) | Location: Lecture Hall
Environmental and energy research in Europe

Session Chair: Dieter Kranzlmüller

12:30-1:00pm

Invited Talk – Peter Korytar | European Commission | Location: Lecture Hall
Information Platform for Chemical Monitoring and lessons learned from its development

Session Chair: Dieter Kranzlmüller

1:00-1:45pm

Lunch Break | Location: Lobby

1:45-3:15pm

Session Chair: Stefan Naumann

Talk 1
ICT-Enabled Sharing Economy and Environmental Sustainability – a Resource-oriented Approach
Maria J. Pouri, Lorenz M. Hilty

Talk 2
A preliminary concept for an IT-supported Industrial Symbiosis (IS) tool using extended Material Flow Cost Accounting (MFCA) – Impulses for Environmental Management Information Systems (EMIS)
Anna Anoug Lütje, Andreas Möller, Volker Wohlgemuth

Talk 3
Capturing the Complexity of Industrial Symbiosis
Linda Kosmol, Werner Esswein

Talk 4
Withdrawn: Modelling e-waste management towards the Circular Economy concept: A South America case study
Lúcia Helena Xavier, Victor de Almeida Xavier

Talk 5
Withdrawn: Modeling the ecoinnovation effects by structural equation model
Pawel Bartoszczuk

Benjamin Wagner vom Berg

Talk 1
The importance of sense of regional community for adopting technology – enabled peer-to-peer ridesharing in rural areas – An experimental study design
Nadine Pieper, Martina Jahns, David M. Woisetschläger, Julián M. Desanzo

Talk 2
Modeling of Pedestrian Route Selection in Areas with Different Street Patterns
Toshihiro Osaragi, Azusa Tanaka

Talk 3
Teleworking and online learning as a means to reduce carbon emissions
Anda Counotte, Francisca Perez Salgado, Marieke Versteijlen, Marleen Janssen Groesbeek

Talk 4
Target Group based mobility chains in Health Care Systems
Benjamin Wagner vom Berg, Karsten Uphoff, Toni Gäbelein, Jürgen Knies

Talk 5
Integrating e-mobility in smart energy neighborhoods
Rocco Aversa, Beniamino Di Martino, Salvatore Venticinque

 Jann Launer, Jochen Wittmann

Talk 1
Uncertainty in energy system analyses
Jann Launer, Alexander Wanitschke, Caroline Möller, Berit Müller

Talk 2

Deriving assessed Yield Potential Maps from Satellite Data, Yield Data and Digital Terrain Models
Patrick Ole Noack, Daniel Spengler, Katahrina Heupel, David Eder, Stefan Dobers, Daniel Jahncke, Jürgen Schulz, Michael Bock

Talk 3
Best programming practices in hydrological modelling – current status and possible improvements
Christoph Tyralla, Gordon Horn, Gernot Belger, Peter Krahe

Talk 4
Open Source Energy System Models and the Computational Efficient Integration of Renewable Energy Sources
Julian Bartels, Jorge Mario Velez Gutierrez, Wided Medjroubi

Talk 5
Sources of uncertainties modelling modular hierarchical multi-scale models
Jochen Wittmann

On Wednesday and Thursday you have the opportunity to take a tour to our Virtual Reality and Visualization Center (V2C) and to our high-performance computer, the SuperMUC. The guided tours last about one hour and will be parallel to the workshop sessions.

If you are interested, please enter your name in the lists that we will display at registration desk.

In addition, you have the chance to visit a virtual reality demo with a head-mounted display on Wednesday, 3:15-5:00pm and on Thursday, 1:30-3:00pm. If you are interested, just drop by in the downstairs lobby.

3:15-3:45pm

Coffee Break | Location: Lobby

3:45-5:15pm

Session Chair: Kristina Voigt

Talk 1
Visualization of climate simulation data in virtual reality using commercial game engines
Daniel Benjamin Kolb, Wolfganz Kurtz, Jens Weismüller, Alexander von Ramm, Ralf Ludwig, Dieter Kranzlmüller

Talk 2
Towards an Active Assistance and Collaboration Support Platform for Cloud-based Corporate Environmental Compliance Management
Heiko Henning Thimm

Talk 3
Accessing Copernicus Data – Challenges and Evolution
Patrik Hitzelberger

Talk 4
Providing Open Environmental Data – The Scalable and Web-Friendly Way
Maria C. Borges, Frank Pallas, Marco Peise

Talk 5
Geoinformation for Sustainable Development
– International Programs and Directives Big Data Synergies in Need of Strategic Governance, Monitoring and Control Mechanisms –
Horst Kremers

Benjamin Wagner vom Berg

Talk 1
Is Charging Fright the New Range Anxiety? Designing Digital Nudges to Increase Charging Flexibility
Julian Huber, Martin Wolff, Dominik Jung

Talk 2
Environmental Sciences Based Maturity Model on Green IT 3.0
Gunther Muller, Anda Counotte

Talk 3
A Hybrid Fuzzy Controller for Human-like Decision Making in Modal Choice Situations
Klaas Dählmann, Jürgen Sauer

Talk 4
A technology acceptance model for Germans, the case of Autonomous mobility technology
Mahyar Moradi, Prof. Dr. Ing. Benjamin Wagner vom Berg

Talk 5
Development of a catalog describing and classifying mobility services in the NEMo project
Kimberly Hebig, Andreas Winter, Dilshod Kuryazov

Miguel Llorente Isidro | Angela Santos

Talk 1
Developing a model for estimating the home return of evacuees based on the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake Tsunami
– ulitlizing mobile phone GPS big data –
Yoshiki Ogawa, Taisei Sato, Yuki Akiyama, Ryosuke Shibasaki, Yoshihide Sekimoto

Talk 2
Simulation of Tsunamis with the exascale hyperbolic PDE engine ExaHyPE
Leonhard Andreas Rannabauer, Stefan Haas, Dominic Etienne Charrier, Tobias Weinzierl, Michael Bader

Talk 3
Vulnerable population to tsunamis at Vila do Bispo, Portugal
Angela Santos, Margarida Queirós

On Wednesday and Thursday you have the opportunity to take a tour to our Virtual Reality and Visualization Center (V2C) and to our high-performance computer, the SuperMUC. The guided tours last about one hour and will be parallel to the workshop sessions.

If you are interested, please enter your name in the lists that we will display at registration desk.

In addition, you have the chance to visit a virtual reality demo with a head-mounted display on Wednesday, 3:15-5:00pm and on Thursday, 1:30-3:00pm. If you are interested, just drop by in the downstairs lobby.

5:15-5:30pm

Break | Location: Lobby

5:30-6:10pm

Prize Award Ceremony | Location: Lecture Hall
Dieter Kranzlmüller, Volker Wohlgemuth

6:10-6:25pm

Poster presentations | Location: Lecture Hall
Stephan Hachinger

1. Collaborating Solar powered Smart MiCro-grids
Rocco Aversa, Beniamino Di Martino, Salvatore Venticinque

2. INDR – Webanwendung zur MFCA-Analyse und Identifikation von Industriesymbiosen
Martin Engelmann, Caroline Ganzel, Marleen Jattke, Maria Ressel, Paul Schulze, Volker Wohlgemuth, Frank Neumann

3. NaCl – Sustainable Crowdlogistics
Benjamin Wagner vom Berg, Kristian Schopka, Nils Oetjen

4. Bürgerbeteiligung bei der Transformation zur Mobilität 4.0 im ÖPNV – Zusammenarbeit von Verkehrsverbünden mit Fahrgastbeiräten am Beispiel des Karlsruher Verkehrsverbunds (KVV)
Charlotte Kaempf, Lars Briem, Olaf Strotkötter, Alexander Pischon

5. Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program – A German Scientific Precursor for Hyperspectral Environmental Monitoring
M. Wocher, K. Berger, M. Danner, W. Mauser, T. Hank

6. VieWBay – Assessing the Feasibility of a Virtual Hydrological Control Room for Environmental Administration in Bavaria
J. Meier, M. Cerny, S. Kleine, R. Prestele, R. Stolz, T. Hank

7. Using Copernicus Data and Growth Modelling to Globally Assess Virtual Water Flows in Agricultural Production – The ViWA Concept
T. Jaksztat, E. Probst, P. Klug, F. Zabel, L. Brüggemann, T. Ruf, T. Hank, H Bach, C. Heinzeller, W. Mauser

8. Assessing the impacts of climate change on hydrological extreme events applying HPC capacities
Florian Willkofer, Martin Leduc, Jens Weismüller, Raul R. Wood, Fabian von Trentini, Ralf Ludwig

9. Model parameter uncertainty of a 2D hydrodynamic model for the assessment of disaster resilience
Punit Bhola, Bobby Minola Ginting, Jorge Leandro, Karl Broich, Ralf-Peter Mundani, Markus Disse

10. Flash Flood Modeling on HPC Systems
Qing Lin, Karl Broich, Thomas Pflugbeil, Johannes Mitterer, Maria Kaiser, Hai Nguyen, Fabian von Trentini, Florian Willkofer, Ralf Ludwig, Markus Disse

11. A web portal for large cosmological simulation data visualization and post processing
A. Ragagnin, K. Dolag, V. Biffi, M. Cadolle Bel, NJ Hammer, A. Krukau, M. Petkova, D. Steinborn

12. The Alpine Environmental Data Analysis Centre (AlpEnDAC) – An integrated Data Management, Analysis and Simulation Platform
Stephan Hachinger, Julian Meyer-Arnek, Helmut Heller, Anton Frank, Oleg Goussev, Roland Mair, Till Rehm, Inga Beck, Bianca Wittmann, Michael Bittner

6:25-7:30pm

Poster Discussions and Get Together | Location: Lobby

6:30-7:30pm

Meeting of the technical committee Environmental Informatics (German) | Location: Course Room 4

Thursday, September 6, 2018

8:30-9:00am

Coffee & Registration | Location: Lobby

9:00-10:00am

Keynote – Wolfram Mauser | Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) | Location: Lecture Hall
Environmental Computing – supporting societies on their way towards a sustainable future

Session Chair: Lorenz Hilty

10:00-10:30am

Invited Talk – Carl-Ernst Müller | nachhaltig.digital | Location: Lecture Hall
Sustainability or Digitalisation – why not both?

Session Chair: Lorenz Hilty

10:30-11:00am

Coffee Break | Location: Lobby

11:00-12:30pm

Frank Fuchs‐Kittowski | Michael Klafft | Ulrich Meissen | Horst Kremers

Talk 1
KATWARN – A microservice-based architcture for distributed, flexible and robust warning systems
Ulrich Meissen, Stefan Pfenningschmidt, Markus Hardt, Daniel Faust

Talk 2
Development and Application of Open Collaboration Framework for Disaster Mitigation
Eric Yen, Johannes Chiang

Talk 3
Conceptual scenario model for collaborative disaster response planning
Monika Friedemann, Benjamin Barth, Jordi Vendrell, Martin Mühlbauer, Thorsten Riedlinger

Talk 4
Requirements engineering for and assessment of a VR-based training application for small and medium-sized disaster management agencies
Michael Klafft, Holger Ziekow

Werner Geiger | Gerlinde Knetsch | Thorsten Schlachter

Talk 1
Handlungsfeld Umweltgerechtigkeit im Land Berlin – Entwicklung einer praxistauglichen Strategie zur Minderung gesundheitsrelevanter Umweltbelastungen
H.-Josef Klimeczek

Talk 2
WIBAS wird mobil: Ein Leuchtturmprojekt zur mobilen Datennutzung in der Umweltverwaltung
Andreas E. Abecker, Sheetal Marathe 

Talk 3
A Web-based Environmental Information and Visualization System for Interdisciplinary Project Contexts: An Insight
Verena Jaspersen, Manuel Fabritius, Malte Ahrens, Florian Moder, Juliane Huth, Patrick Leinenkugel, Claudia Kuenzer

Christian Bunse

Talk 1
Efficient high-order discontinuous Galerkin finite elements with matrix-free implementations
Martin Kronbichler, Momme Allalen

Talk 2
Code-level Energy Hotspot Localization via Naive Spectrum Based Testing
Roberto Verdecchia, Achim Guldner, Yannick Becker, Eva Kern

Talk 3
Enabling efficient numerical simulations using the finite cell method on massively parallel systems
John Jomo, Nisarg Patel

Talk 4
Potential Contribution of the Low Temperature Waste Heat of Data-center to Heating Energy Conservation; An Enthalpy Approach
Shunsuke Mori, Zipian Zhao, Satoshi Ohnishi

Hands-on workshop with Andreas Blume from the Bavarian Research Alliance

On Wednesday and Thursday you have the opportunity to take a tour to our Virtual Reality and Visualization Center (V2C) and to our high-performance computer, the SuperMUC. The guided tours last about one hour and will be parallel to the workshop sessions.

If you are interested, please enter your name in the lists that we will display at registration desk.

In addition, you have the chance to visit a virtual reality demo with a head-mounted display on Wednesday, 3:15-5:00pm and on Thursday, 1:30-3:00pm. If you are interested, just drop by in the downstairs lobby.

12:30-1:30pm

Lunch Break | Location: Lobby

1:30-3:00pm

Session Chair: Jochen Wittmann

Talk 1
MINTcoach: Sustainability through Digital Behavioral Interventions
Achim Guldner, Yasmin Juncker, Gisela Sparmann, Andreas Filler, Monika Eigenstetter, Britta Oerke, Stefan Naumann

Talk 2
iWaGSS – integrated Water Governance Support System
Ingo Nienhaus, Daniel Höck

Talk 3
An approach to assess indirect environmental effects of digitalization based on a time-use perspective
Jan C. T. Bieser, Lorenz M. Hilty

Talk 4
A Review on the Application of Natural Computing in Environmental Informatics
Andreas Kamilaris

Talk 5
Supporting software purchaser and users by providing an eco-label for software products: Criteria, evaluation, and recommendations
Eva Kern

Frank Fuchs‐Kittowski | Michael Klafft | Ulrich Meissen | Horst Kremers

Talk 1
Use of VGI for enabling flood management in smaill drainage basins
Simon Burkard, Frank Fuchs-Kittowski, Ruben Müller, Bernd Pfützner

Talk 2
Preliminary study on a Bavaria-wide coupled hydrological and hydromorphological model
Markus Reisenbücher, Tobias Liepert, Nguyen Dzung, Minh-Duc Bui, Peter Rutschmann

Talk 3
Harmonizing Data Collection in an Ontology for a Risk Management Platform
Desiree Christiane Hilbring, Jürgen Moßgraber, Philipp Hertweck, Tobias Hellmund, Hylke van der Schaaf, Anastasios Karakostas, Efstratios Kontopoulos, Ilias Gialampoukidis, Stelios Andreadis, Stefanos Vrochidis, Ioannis Kompatsiaris

Talk 4
beWARE: Enhancing Decision Support and Management Services in Extreme Weather Climate Events
Anastasios Karakostas, Stefanos Vrochidis, Yiannis Kompatsiaris, Boris Kantsepolsky, Jürgen Moßgraber, Stamatia Dasiopoulou, Benjamin Mandler, Ari Karppinen, Michele Ferri, Iosif Vourvachis, Carmen Castro, Kim Lintrup

Talk 5
Challenges in UNISDR SENDAI Framework National Implementations
Horst Kremers

Werner Geiger | Gerlinde Knetsch | Thorsten Schlachter

Talk 1
Mobile Support of Material Flow Costs Accounting (MFCA) in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
Christian Kunisch, Volker Wolgemuth

Talk 2
indR – Webanwendungsprototyp für die Analyse der Energie- und Stoffströme eines Unternehmens mit der Methode Material Flow Cost Accounting und die Identifikation von Industriesymbiosen
Martin Engelmann, Caroline Ganzel, Marleen Jattke, Maria Ressel, Paul Schulze, Volker Wolgemuth

Talk 3
How to Increase Charging Flexibility? Developing and Testing Framing Nudges for BEV Drivers
Julian Huber, Elisabeth Schaule, Dominik Jung

Talk 4
Preference-oriented Optimization of Data Centers by the Framework ProDC
Volkan Gizli, Jorge Marx Gómez, Helmut Faasch

Helmut Heller

Talk 1
WPS Compliant Remote Processing
Verena Jaspersen, Torsten Heinen, Alessio Fabiani, Andrea Aime, Martin Mühlbauer, Simone Giannecchini

Talk 2
Geospatial Analysis and Internet of Things in Environmental Informatics
Andreas Kamilaris, Frank Ostermann

Talk 3
An economic reward system for e-waste management in developing countries
Lúcia Helena Xavier, Victor de Almeida Xavier

Talk 4
Towards a Conceptual Framework for Software Engineering the Internet of Things Applications for Smart Green Campus
Khalil Omar, Jorge Marx Gómez

On Wednesday and Thursday you have the opportunity to take a tour to our Virtual Reality and Visualization Center (V2C) and to our high-performance computer, the SuperMUC. The guided tours last about one hour and will be parallel to the workshop sessions.

If you are interested, please enter your name in the lists that we will display at registration desk.

In addition, you have the chance to visit a virtual reality demo with a head-mounted display on Wednesday, 3:15-5:00pm and on Thursday, 1:30-3:00pm. If you are interested, just drop by in the downstairs lobby.

3:00-3:30pm

Coffee Break | Location: Lobby

3:30-3:45pm

Group picture | Location: Lobby
Please be at the main entrance at 3:30 p.m.

3:45pm

Social Event “Herbstfest Rosenheim” | Location: Lobby

Meeting point at the LRZ main entrance at 3:45pm
 
For our social event on Thursday we bring you to the “Herbstfest in Rosenheim”. The annual autumn festival, also called “Wiesn”, is an insider tip and a perfect alternative to the Oktoberfest in Munich: you get the full experience with even more local touch than at a larger sister event.

The bus to Rosenheim leaves punctually at 4 p.m. (travel time 1,5-2 hours, depending on traffic)

Reservation festival tent: 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

First bus ride back to Garching at 10:30 p.m. with short stop at Munich Central Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof). Additional buses are planned at 11 p.m. and 11:30 p.m..

Friday, September 7, 2018

8:30-9:00am

Welcome Coffee & Registration | Location: Lobby

9:00-10:00am

Keynote – Quillon Harpham | HR Wallingford Location: Lecture Hall
Principles of Integrated Environmental Modelling

Session Chair: Benoit Otjacques

10:00-10:30am

Invited Talk – Stefan Voigt | OpenSearchFoundation | Location: Lecture Hall
An environmental perspective to the digital sphere – the need for publicly mapping our digital environment

Session Chair: Benoit Otjacques

10:30-11:00am

Coffee Break | Location: Lobby

11:00-12:30pm

Kristina Voigt

Talk 1
Protecting Health and Environment with a Prevention through Design Approach
Frank John Hearl

Talk 2
Measuring the benefits of FDA import inspections
Cristina McLaughlin

Talk 3
Blockchain technology for food safety
Walter J. Armbruster, Margaret M. MacDonell

Talk 4
A prototypical early warning system for microbial contamination of groundwater resources in the Lower Jordan Valley
David Riepl, Felix Grimmeisen, Andreas E. Abecker

Yu Wang

Talk 1
Simulating Training Data for Deep Learning Models
Andreas Kamilaris

Talk 2
Detecting Heavy Precipitation Weather Patterns in Climate Model Data using a Machine Learning Algorithm
Magdalena Mittermeier, Marco Braun, Martin Leduc, Ralf Ludwig

Talk 3
A machine learning approach to extract contributions relevant to sustainable development from a university’s open repository and archive
Yuliyan Vladimirov Maksimov, Lorenz Manuel Hilty

Talk 4
Supervised machine learning for window ventilation, healthy air quality acc. to DIN standard and residents personal air climate feeling
Klaus Schlender, Grit Behrens

Talk 5
Machine learning for sustainable logistics
Martina Willenbacher, Volker Wolgemuth

 Wolfgang Kurtz

Talk 1
Designing a Web-Based Application for Process-Oriented Risk Management of Drinking-Water Catchments According to the Water Safety Plan Approach
Jonas Gottwalt, Andreas E. Abecker, Friederike Brauer, Thilo Fischer, David Riepl, Sebastian Sturm

 

Talk 2

Water Level Portals in Northern Germany
Friedhelm Hosenfeld, Andreas Rinker, Klaus Schnack

 

Talk 3
A Water Portal for Berlin in an Open Approach
Matthias Schroeder, Dr. Benjamin Creutzfeldt, Dörthe von Seggern, Dr. Andreas Rinker

 

Talk 4

Hydrometeorological time series management – A case study from the Western Balkans
Michael Haase, Bashkim Kastrati, Angel Marcev, Gerrit Bodenbender, Günter Meon, Gerhard Riedel, Nirina Ravalitera

 

Talk 5
Seasonal Predictions for Water Management – from Global to Regional Information
Tanja Christina Portele, Patrick Laux, Christof Lorenz, Harald Kunstmann

12:30-1:00pm

Wrap-up & Announcement EnviroInfo 2019 | Location: Lecture Hall

by Volker Wohlgemuth & Dieter Kranzlmüller

1:00-2:00pm

Fingerfood & Farewell | Location: Lobby

The event will be organized in close cooperation with the Technical Committee of Environmental Informatics of the German Informatics Society.

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