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IMPORTANT: THE SYMPOSIUM WILL BE A VIRTUAL EVENT, TOTALLY ONLINE, THIS YEAR.

The event will be broadcast online through the Selper Brasil channel youtube.com/selperbrasil

PROGRAM

Monday, November 30th

08:15-08:30 Opening Session

Event Opening with welcomes and initial announcements and remarks

Carlos Alberto Felgueiras (DIOTG - INPE)
Tiago Garcia de Senna Carneiro (DC - UFOP)
Clezio Marcos de Nardin (Director - INPE)
Luiz Eduardo Oliveira E Cruz de Aragão (CGCT - INPE)

08:30-09:30 Technical Session 1

Chair: Cláudio Campelo (UFCG)
  1. A Meta-Learning Framework for Imputing Missing Values in Weather Time Series
    Vinícius Alves, Marconi Pereira
  2. Spatiotemporal disease tracking through open unstructured data and GIS
    Luiz Cardim, Nadia Kozievitch
  3. Spatial-temporal Analysis of active fire classified by INPE's Fire Risk Model in Brazil using Python language
    Gabriel Máximo da Silva, Bruno Vargas Adorno, Gilberto Ribeiro Queiroz, Thales Sehn Körting, Fabiano Morelli, Silvana Amaral, Yosio Edemir Shimabukuro

09:40 - 10:40 Keynote Address (in Portuguese)

Chair: Antonio Miguel Vieira Monteiro (INPE)

Vulnerabilidade geográfica para doenças emergentes: o que aprendemos com a COVID-19

Profa. Dra. Cláudia Torres Codeço
Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Fiocruz, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil

Na palestra a Dra. Cláudia Codeço apresentará uma perspectiva do ano 2020 relacionada aos esforços de modelagem da COVID-19. No início da epidemia, a Dra. Cláudia e sua equipe elaboraram modelos para identificação de áreas mais vulneráveis para o estabelecimento de transmissão a partir dos epicentros existentes em São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro. Subsequentemente, os modelos vão sendo atualizados de forma a prever as ondas de espalhamento e interiorização. Após a pandemia, a equipe terá a oportunidade de verificar a qualidade das predições e refletir sobre as incertezas e desafios para o monitoramento de novas ondas epidêmicas dessa e de outras doenças.

10:50-11:50 Technical Session 2

Chair: Carlos Alberto Felgueiras(INPE)
  1. Geoprocessing applied to the Social Assistance Surveillance function - a case study based on Cluster and Spatial Analysis
    Ericka Oliveira
  2. Towards a Resilient Spatial Data Infrastructure
    Helisson Luiz do Nascimento, Cláudio de Souza Baptista, Fabio Gomes de Andrade, Leanderson Coelho dos Santos
  3. Human Spatial Reasoning in Everyday Language: Inferring Regions that Describe Spatial Relations
    Lucas Freitas, Cláudio Campelo

12:00-13:00 Technical Session 3

Chair: Laercio Namikawa (INPE)
  1. LapsusVGI: um framework para Sistemas de Gerenciamento de Informação sobre Deslizamento de Terra
    Lucas Dorigueto, Jugurta Lisboa-Filho, Carlos Brumatti
  2. Aplicação do Modelo Aditivo Generalizado espacial para a modelagem da susceptibilidade a ocorrência de deslizamentos
    Tatiana Uehara, Eduardo Camargo, Camile Sothe, Thales Körting
  3. Visualização de Dados de Origem-Destino - Foco em Unidades de Saúde e Educação
    Nadia Kozievitch, Fernando X. De Souza, Paulo Bauer, Keiko Fonseca, Tatiana Gadda, Rita Berardi
  4. Dinâmica Espacial Urbana na Amazônia: Modelo de Autômatos Celulares na Simulação da Expansão Urbana no Município de Mocajuba - Pará
    Renata Ribeiro, Leonardo Queiroz, Luigi Ribeiro, Pedro Andrade, Silvana Amaral

Tuesday, December 1st

08:30-09:30 Technical Session 4

Chair: Clodoveu Davis Jr. (UFMG)
  1. Segmentação Semântica de Tipos de Uso de Solo na Amazônia Utilizando Aprendizado Profundo
    Joel Oliveira, Marly Costa, Cícero Costa Filho
  2. Identificação de pivôs centrais usando composições de bandas e um método rápido de Deep Learning
    Denis Magalhães de Almeida Eiras, Mikhaela Aloísia Jéssie Santos Pletsch, Marcos Lima Rodrigues, Karine Reis Ferreira, Thales Sehn Körting
  3. Espectrorradiometria da folha de Terminalia catappa, sp, em diferentes estágios de desenvolvimento
    Isadora H. Ruiz, Philipe S. Simões, Gabriel M. da Silva, Andeise C. Dutra, Yosio E. Shimabukuro, Leila M. G. Fonseca, Lênio S. Galvão
  4. Building Coverage Ratio estimate from LiDAR remote sensing data: an experiment in São Paulo (Brazil)
    Luis Felipe Bortolatto da Cunha, Carolina Moutinho Duque de Pinho, Flavia da Fonseca Feitosa

09:40 - 10:40 Keynote Address

Chair: Lubia Vinhas (INPE)

Participatory Modeling for Socio-Environmental Decision Making

Prof. Dr. Alexey A. Voinov
Center on Persuasive Systems for Wise Adaptive Living (PERSWADE)
School of Information, Systems and Modelling. University of Technology Sidney, Australia

Modeling is the language of scientific discovery. Whether modeling the social interactions of individuals within a community in anthropology, the trade-offs of foraging behaviors in ecology, or the influence of warming ocean temperatures on circulation patterns in oceanography, the ability to represent empirical or theoretical understanding through modeling provides scientists with a semi-standardized language to explain how we think the world works. In fact, modeling is such a basic part of human reasoning and communication that the formal practice of scientific modeling can be extended to include non-scientists, especially as a way to jointly learn about complex and poorly understood socio-environmental dynamics and to improve research and decision-making. Although the field of participatory modeling (PM) has grown in recent years, there are still considerable questions about how different software tools can be used to facilitate communication and learning among diverse groups of stakeholders, which approaches are more suitable (given the nature of a community or ecological problem), and whether these approaches effectively lead to action-oriented outcomes. The talk addresses these questions by covering different PM approaches to deal with socio-environmental issues.

10:50 - 11:50 Technical Session 5

Chair: Jugurta Lisboa-Filho (UFV)
  1. Dinâmica da intensificação da agricultura temporária na área de Proteção Ambiental Ilha do Bananal-Cantão
    Talita Nogueira Terra, Ana Cláudia dos Santos Luciano, Júlio César Dalla Mora Esquerdo, Alexandre Camargo Coutinho, João Francisco Gonçalves Antunes, João Luís dos Santos, Lídia Sanches Bertolo
  2. Variabilidade temporal do uso e cobertura da terra em escala global a partir de dados ESA CCI-LC
    Lorena M. J. Gomes, Isadora H. Ruiz, Gilberto R. Queiroz, Thales S. Körting, Douglas F. M. Gherardi, Lênio S. Galvão
  3. Explorando Aspectos Espaciais da Agricultura Familiar Brasileira
    Jaudete Daltio, Mário Balan, Marcelo Fonseca
  4. Projeto ForestEyes: Uma proposta para aliar Ciência Cidadã e Aprendizado de Máquina para monitoramento de desmatamento
    Fernanda Dallaqua, Álvaro Fazenda, Fabio Faria

12:00 - 13:00 Technical Session 6

Chair: Tiago Garcia de Senna Carneiro (UFOP)
  1. An Efficient Solution to Generate Meta-features for Classification with Remote Sensing Time Series
    Roberto Paiva, Savio Oliveira, Luiz Pascoal, Leandro Parente, Wellington Martins
  2. Circular Hough Transform and Balanced Random Forest to Detect Center Pivot
    Marcos Rodrigues, Thales Körting, Gilberto Queiroz
  3. Sugarcane canopy structure temporal analysis considering phenological stages and the temporal dynamics of NDVI values
    João Gromboni, Luiz Pereira, Javier Pulido, Ana Toro, Mateus Ferreira

Wednesday, December 02nd

08:30 - 09:30 Technical Session 7

Chair: Silvana Amaral Kampel (INPE)
  1. Towards the Identification of Semantic Points in Trajectories of Moving Objects with Weighted Averages
    Jarbas Nunes Vidal-Filho, Valéria Cesário Times, Jugurta Lisboa-Filho
  2. QualiOSM: Improving Data Quality in the Collaborative Mapping Tool OpenStreetMap
    Gabriel Medeiros, Lívia Degrossi, Maristela Holanda
  3. Mobipy - A Python Library for analyzing mobility patterns
    Pedro Maia, Cláudio Campelo

09:40 - 10:40 Keynote Address

Chair: Karine Reis Ferreira (INPE)

Big Data for Big Challenges: The Swiss Data Cube for Environmental Monitoring

Prof. Dr. Gregory Giuliani
Institute for Environmental Sciences. University of Geneva, Switzerland

The rapid changes in our environment and the emergence of big data, call for innovative solutions to support the policy frameworks and related actions toward sustainable development. To address these changes, the University of Zurich and the University of Geneva have joined forces with the UNEP/GRID — Geneva and the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) to unleash the power of Big Data for monitoring the Environment with a new technology: the Swiss Data Cube (SDC). The SDC represents a new paradigm, revolutionizing the way users can interact with complex data originating from many different sources, in particular from Earth observing instruments, such as satellite imagery. In this presentation we will present the uniqueness of the SDC approach, its underlying technology as well as its broad relevance, serving a wide range of applications for environmental monitoring at the crossroads of science, policy and society to achieve agile governance for all communities.

10:50 - 11:50 Technical Session 8

Chair: Salles Magalhães (UFV)
  1. Integração dos ambientes Brazil Data Cube e Open Data Cube
    Felipe Carlos, Vitor Gomes, Gilberto Queiroz, Karine Ferreira, Rafael Santos
  2. Brazil Data Cube Cloud Coverage (BDC³) Viewer
    Felipe Rafael de Sá Menezes Lucena, Elton Vicente Escobar-Silva, Rennan de Freitas Bezerra Marujo, Matheus Cavassan Zaglia, Lubia Vinhas, Karine Reis Ferreira, Gilberto Ribeiro de Queiroz
  3. Geographical Complex Networks applied to describe meteorological data
    Aurelienne Jorge, Izabelly Costa, Leonardo Santos
  4. Evaluating the usage of exact queries on 3D spatial databases
    Matheus A. de Oliveira, Marcelo de M. Menezes, Salles V. G. de Magalhães, Bruno F. Coelho

12:00 - 13:00 Technical Session 9

Chair: Jorge A. Campos (UNIFACS)
  1. As dificuldades no rastreio de tempestades com uso de refletividade radar a partir de técnicas de geoprocessamento: Um estudo de caso sobre a região Amazônica
    Helvecio B. L. Neto, Adriano P. Almeida, Alan J. P. Calheiros
  2. Designação de Veículos Autônomos em Abordagens Mono-objetivo e Multiobjetivo
    Catrine Oliveira, Marconi Pereira
  3. MobilityHelp: Uma ferramenta para a análise de dados no transporte público urbano
    José Júnior, Cláudio Campelo
  4. QPlanner: Módulo para Planejamento de Voo no Software QGIS
    Frederyco Augusto Pereira Elleres, Carlos Rodrigo Tanajura Caldeira, Mayara Ortega Caldeira, Alan José Salomão Graça

Thursday, December 03rd

08:30 - 09:30 Technical Session 10

Chair: Thales Sehn Körting (INPE)
  1. Traffic Flow at Night: a custom algorithm for identifying basal nighttime radiance levels of roadways
    Gabriel da Rocha Bragion, Gabriel Crivellaro Gonçalves, Ana Paula Dal'Asta, Ana Carolina de Faria Santos, Lucas Maia de Oliveira, Antônio Miguel Vieira Monteiro, Silvana Amaral
  2. SOLAP Query Processing over IoT Networks in Smart Cities: A Novel Architecture
    João Paulo Clarindo dos Santos, João Pedro de Carvalho Castro, Cristina Dutra de Aguiar Ciferri
  3. Analysing the trade-off between resource consumption and information gain in the gathering of geolocation data using smartphones
    Thierry Barros, Cláudio Campelo

09:40-10:20 Demonstration Session

Chair: Alan José Salomão Graça (UERJ)
  1. CLUSTERMAP: Plugin de Visualização de Dados Multivariados em Mapas Coropléticos
    Tiago Silvano, Bryan Correa, Philipe Borba, Ivanildo Barbosa
  2. IMS-LapsusTerrae: Sistema de Gerenciamento de Informação de Desastres de Deslizamento de Terra
    Lucas Dorigueto, Carlos Brumatti, Erick Figueiredo, Jugurta Lisboa-Filho

10:30-11:40 SBC GeoInformatics Committee Meeting

Moderator: Clodoveu Davis Jr. (UFMG)

Meeting for Discussions and Considerations about the Current Status and the Future of the Brazilian Symposium on Geoinformatics - GEOINFO.

Panelists: Antonio Miguel, Cláudio Campelo, Clodoveu Davis, Jorge Campos, Jugurta Lisbo, Karine Ferreira, Lubia Vinhas, Tiago Carneiro, ... plus Subscribers

11:50-12:00 Closing Session

Event closing with thanks and final announcements and remarks
GEOINFO 2020