Department Personnel

Thomas Pingel

    Thomas Pingel

       tpingel@niu.edu 

 

I am currently looking for graduate students interested in working on projects related to LiDAR processing and visualization as well as other topics in spatial cognition and geovisualization.

Publications, Presentations, Posters and Other   








Refereed Journal Articles

Pingel, T. J.( 2012) “Characterizing the Role of Strategic Disposition and Orientation to Risk in Wayfinding.” Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour.

Loáiciga, H. A., Pingel, T. J., & Garcia, E. S. (2012). Sea Water Intrusion by Sea-Level Rise: Scenarios for the 21st Century. Ground Water, 50(1), 37-47.

Pingel, T. J.( 2010) “Modeling Slope as a Contributor to Route Selection in Mountainous Areas.” Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 37(2), 137-148.


Presentations:

Pingel, T. J., & Clarke, K. C. (2012). DEMs for Immersive Geographic Virtual Environments: An Improved Simple Morphological Filter for Terrain Classification of LIDAR Data. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York, NY, 24 February.

Pingel, T. J. (2012). Accounting for Cognitive and Perceptual Biases in Computational Models of Human Movement. Department of Geosciences Colloquium, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 10 Feb.

Pingel, T. J., Clarke, K. C., & McBride, W. A. (2011). Automation and Visualization in Immersive Geographic Virtual Environments. SCRAM. Montecito, CA, 20 April.

Pingel, T. J. & Clarke, K. C. (2011). A Real Time Immersive Virtual Reality Testbed: Automation & Visualization Issues. Presented at the 11th Annual Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program Colloquium, Tyson's Corner, VA, 7 April.

Pingel, T. J., Clarke, K. C., & McBride, W. A. (2011). Automation and Visualization in Immersive Geographic Virtual Environments. SCRAM. Montecito, CA, 20 April.

Pingel, T. J. (2010). Strategic Elements of Route Choice for Next Generation Digital Navigation Systems. Presented at the 16th Annual University of California Transportation Center Student Conference, Irvine, CA, 1 April.

Pingel, T. J. (2010). Strategic Elements of Route Choice for Next Generation Digital Navigation Systems. Department of Geography Colloquium, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, 14 January.

Pingel, T. J. (2009). Modeling Slope as a Contributor to Route Selection in Mountainous Areas. UCGIS Summer Assembly, Santa Fe, NM, 23 June.


 



Posters:

Pingel, T. J., & Clarke, K. C. (2010). A Real-Time Immersive Virtual Reality Test-bed. Presented at the 10th Annual Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program Colloquium, 27 April, Tyson's Corner, VA.

Loáiciga, H. A., & Pingel, T. J. (2008). Assessment of seawater intrusion potential from sea level rise in coastal aquifers of California. Presented at Spatial@UCSB Annual Conference, 29 May, Santa Barbara, California.


 

Other

Pingel, T. J. (2010). Strategic Elements of Route Choice. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California.

Loáiciga, H. A., Pingel, T. J., & Garcia, E. S. (2009). Assessment of Seawater Intrusion Potential from Sea-Level Rise in Coastal Aquifers of California: University of California Water Resources Center, UC Berkeley.

Pingel, T., and K. C. Clarke. (2005). Assessing the Usability of a Wearable Computer for Outdoor Pedestrian Navigation. Paper presented at AutoCarto 2005, Las Vegas, NV.

Pingel, T. 2004. The Military Metaphor in Computer Network Defenses. Unpublished MA Thesis. University of California, Santa Barbara.

Pingel, T. 2003. Key Defensive Terrain in Cyberspace: A Geographic Perspective. Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Politics and Information Systems: Technologies and Applications. Orlando, FL, 2003. 159-63.