Deutsch Intern
    Chair of Computer Science I - Algorithms and Complexity

    Peng, Dongliang

    Dr. Dongliang Peng

    Chair of Computer Science I
    University of Würzburg
    Am Hubland
    D-97074 Würzburg

    Email: pengdlzn@gmail.com


    Please see my publications at my ResearchGate

    Research Interests

    • Algorithms for Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    • Optimization-Based Approaches for Cartography
    • Multi-Scale Map Representation
    • Continuous Map Generalization 


    Short CV

    • Since May 2018:
      Postdoc in GIS, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands
    • Oct. 2012  Dec. 2017 :
      PhD in Computer Science, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg (JMU), Germany
    • Sep. 2009 Jun. 2012:
      Master in Cartography and GIS, Central South University (CSU), China
    • Sep. 2005 Jun. 2009:
      Bachelor in Mapping Engineering, Central South University (CSU), China

    Key Publications (until Dec 31, 2018)

    An Optimization-Based Approach for Continuous Map Generalization
    Dissertation , 2017
    Dongliang Peng
    [paper + slides.pdf]

    Continuous generalizing Buildings to aggregate and Growing
    In  3rd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Smart Cities and Urban Analytics (UrbanGIS'17) , 2017
    Dongliang Peng and Guillaume Touya
    [paper.pdf]     [slides.pdf]

    Using the A * Algorithm to Find Optimal Sequences for Area Aggregation
    In  Advances in Cartography and GIScienceLecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  (ICC'17) , 2017
    Dongliang Peng, Alexander Wolff and Jan-Henrik Haunert
    [paper.pdf]     [slides.pdf]

    Continuous Generalization of Administrative Boundaries Based on Compatible Triangulation
    in  Geospatial Data in a Changing WorldLecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  (AGILE'16) , 2016
    Dongliang Peng, Alexander Wolff and Jan-Henrik Haunert
    [paper.pdf]     [slides.pdf]    [animation]

    Morphing Linear Features Based on Their Entire Structures
    Transactions in GIS , 19 (5): 653-677, 2015, 
    Min Deng and Dongliang Peng