Brian TomaszewskiAssistant Professor
Arnold, Garth, et al. "GIS Modeling of Social Vulnerability in Burkina Faso." ArcUser 15. 1 (2012): 20-23. Print. ˆ
Tomaszewski, Brian and Alan MacEachren. "Geovisual Analytics to Support Crisis Management: Information Foraging for Geo-Historical Context." Information Visualization 11. 4 (2012): 339-359. Print. *
Published Conference Proceedings
Bouchard, Beau and Brian Tomaszewski. "Automated GLIDE Number Resource Consolidation for Rapid Disaster Location Identification." Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Association For The Study Of Information Systems For Crisis Response And Management (ISCRAM), Vancouver, Canada. Ed. Zeno Franco. Vancouver, Canada: n.p., 2012. Print. *
Tomaszewski, Brian and Edward Holden. "The Geographic Information Science and Technology and Information Technology Bodies of Knowledge: An Ontological Alignment." Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference on Information Technology Education, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Ed. B. Lundt. Calgary, Canada: n.p., 2012. Web. *
Published Game, Application or Software
Vo, Minh Quang, Bouchard, Beau, and Brian Tomaszewski. Software. RIT. A Practical Approach to Mapping Job Growth in the GIS Industry. 2012. ˆ
Tomaszewski, Brian. "Understanding Global Shock Impacts Through Natural Disasters: An Overview of the United Nations Global Pulse Rapid Impact and Vulnerability Analysis Fund (RIVAF) Project." American Association of Geographers Annual Conference. American Association of Geographers. New York, NY. 15 Feb. 2012. Conference Presentation.
Tomaszewski, Brian. "Locally Contextualizing Global Shocks." Coffee Hour series. Penn State Geography Department. State College, PA. 27 Nov. 2012. Keynote Speech.
Tomaszewski, Brian. "The Rochester Institute of Technology: Opportunities for Collaboration." Guest Lecture Series. United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). Bonn, Germany. 15 Jul. 2012. Guest Lecture.
Tomaszewski, Brian, ed. Future Internet: Special Issue on Geovisual Analytics. Bern: MDPI, 2012. Web. ˜
Tomaszewski, Brian, Massimo Mecella, and Francisco Nobre, ed. Geographic Information Science and Technology and Crisis Management Special Paper Session for the 9th International ISCRAM Conference. Vancouver, Canada: n.p., 2012. Print. £
Tomaszewski, Brian. Geographic Information Science and Technology Exhibit. 5 May 2012. ImagineRIT, Rochester, NY. Exhibit.
Ziemke, Jen. Crowdsourced Data, Volunteer Activism and Crisis Mapping from a GIS Perspective. Dir. Brian Tomaszewski. 25 Apr. 2012. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Performance.
Tomaszewski, Brian, et al. "Supporting Geographically-aware Web Document Foraging and Sensemaking." Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 35. 3 (2011): 192-201. Print. *
Tomaszewski, Brian and M. E. Smith. "Polities, Territory and Historical Change in Postclassic Matlatzinco (Toluca Valley, Central Mexico)." Journal of Historical Geography 37. 1 (2011): 22-39. Print. *
Tomaszewski, Brian. "Situation Awareness and Virtual Globes: Applications for Disaster Management." Computers and Geosciences 37. 1 (2011): 86-92. Print. *
Tomaszewski, Brian. "A Visual Analytics Approach to Identifying Vulnerabilities Created by Global Shocks as Revealed by Natural Disaster Impacts." University of Buffalo Department of Geography Colloquium Series. University of Buffalo Department of Geography. University of Buffalo North Campus, Buffalo, NY. 14 Oct. 2011. Lecture. ˜
Tomaszewski, Brian. "A Visual Analytics Approach to Understanding Poverty Assessment through Disaster Impacts in Latin America and Africa." Towards a Real-Time Understanding of Emerging Vulnerability. United Nations Global Pulse. UNICEF Headquarters, New York, NY. 14 Jul. 2011. Conference Presentation. ˜
Tomaszewski, Brian, ed. Future Internet: Special Issue Geovisual Analytics. Basel, Switzerland: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2011. Web. «
Tomaszewski, Brian. Visual Analysis of Global Shocks. 14 Nov. 2011. 3rd International Conference of Crisis Mappers, Geneva, Switzerland. Exhibit. ˜