Andreas Petutschnig

Email: andreas.petutschnig(at); Phone: +43 662 8044 7558

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Andreas Petutschnig received his BEng in Cartography and Geomedia-technology at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Germany and his MSc in Applied Geoinformatics at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Past work commitments
include the private sector, where he worked on the automation of spatial data processing and storing, as well as the Department of Geoinformatics - Z\_GIS, where he was involved in several projects including Urban Emotions (DFG) and
DISIT (Médecins Sans Frontières), where he was working with mobile sensor systems, routing applications and different social media data analysis methods. His research interests include the analysis and visualisation of spatiotemporal
data flows, spatial statistics, scaling issues of spatial data clusters, and reproducible research.

His PhD work has a focus on spatiotemporal point pattern analysis. Specifically, this includes the detection of refugee camps in crisis regions based on traces of social media data.