Martin Swobodzinski

Martin Swobodzinski
 Assistant Professor of Geography
 Director - Center for Spatial Analysis &  Research (CSAR)                                          503.725.3164


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 Ph.D.: UC-Santa Barbara & San Diego State University,  California, 2012                                                            Dipl.: Geoinformatics, University of Münster,        Germany, 2006

Research Interests:
Spatial decision support, human-computer interaction, individual choice-making behavior,  participatory decision making, knowledge discovery and data mining, exploratory data analysis


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Courses Taught

GEOG 380 Maps and Geographic Information
GEOG 4/588 GIS I - Introduction
GEOG 4/590 GIS Programming 
GEOG 4/596 Visualization of Spatial Data 

Publications & Presentations & Media

Martin Swobodzinski and Piotr Jankowski (September 2015). "Evaluating user interaction with a web-based group decision support system: A comparison between to clustering methods" in Decision Support Systems 77: 148-157.

Swobodzinski, M. and Jankowski P. (2015). The role of location and cost in individual choices of transportation improvement projects. The Professional Geographer, 67(4): 527–540

Swobodzinski, M. and Jankowski, P. (2014). Understanding user interaction patterns within online systems for public-participation transportation planning. Transactions in GIS, 18(3): 401–420

Swobodzinski, M. and Raubal, M. (2009). An indoor routing algorithm for the blind: Development and comparison to a routing algorithm for the sighted. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 23(10): 1315–1343

Jankowski, P., Ligmann-Zielinska, A. and Swobodzinski, M. (2008). Choice Modeler: A web-based spatial multiple criteria evaluation tool. Transactions in GIS, 12(4): 541–561